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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 January 1856

. , ... . . t ED NEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 43. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1S56. OLD SERIES, VOL- 16. NO. 17 if Vu .ft The Sunbury American, r-CBLHIISU KVIiHT SATVRBAT BY II. 13. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbury, Ptnna, T K RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO UOUI.AUS pcruiuiuin to be paid half yearly in toVaics. No paper ilisiMinticieil until all arrearage, arc -A e'.:nnntiaicuiioiis tr lei rer on Inisinens relating to ilii Oixue, to iimire attention, tnu.t U 1'UST i'AII). TU CI.UH9. Thf conies W "'' nililre.s, 5 0? 3veu Bo " Fitioea D" sutH) F,o .1 .linn in advance will pay for three year'a sub ivriiitioii to the American-. P-tmistrs will plcasonct ns oor Aaeitte, and frank 't iters s.mtiiiiiing eiiliecriplMt money. 1 hey are permit ted to dj tlm umler the 1'iiet Onice Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One ? nintr HI II Unci, 3 time., Uveiv iiti4ci)ttcnt imeitiua, me i r.r te, S inoitUie, M. ui.Nttiit, One vear. Ilusiiw's Cnt of Five Hurt, per ennom, ion 4s 611" no son Ucr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 January 1856

Jjorrip $ltfos. AEfilVAl OP f EEIAfflia LATER FROM FX'IIOPE. Pttict Congress of European Sorcroigns Pro posed -Progrfss of IVegotiations Russia Supports the Austrian Proposal Xeir Ad htrtntt to the Western Powers Great Pre parations of Itussia to Continue the War. The papers nnd letters by tlio Atlantic fur nieh the tallowing Dnropenn news t There was a report in Berlin to tlio effect that Russia aad the United States have con ceded a treaty, offensive nnd defensive, in esse war fhp-jld break out between Great Britian am'. America, but another version of tho a.Tuiv is, that the convention merely re lates to the purchase of ships of war. J, is now rumored that some doubts exist its to whether Count Ksterlmzy lias taken ei ther propositions or an Austrian ultimatum to St Petersburg, but it is believed he jroes rather to prepare the way for future propo tals. Baron Seebacb, the Saxon Envoy nt the French Court, arrived at Dresden on Sunday, the 23d ult from Paris, and ufter receiving in...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 January 1856

AMOTIirn IIOTlrUBLE ACCIDENT Oil THE HIDSO RIVER RAILROAD. The Draivhridge at Spujiten Devil Creek Give WeiyFovrCan and Tiro Engine in the Wutir An Engineer, Fireman, 'J'u-o pas seiner and a Bog Missing Several Staid td and Badly Injured! We nro nirnin rompelle.1 to nnnonnca tin otlii'r feni-rul nceiitent on tlin Hudson River llailrn.nl, by which ciTtninlv three or more iier.4r.ns have lost their lires. As Tar as we liavo leuii nli'.u to nsri'ituin, it nppunrn that the Sumlity niKlit train, which left Albany ui u iiuiriiT hihi. KMir. on rendu tip the Drulge over Spiiylcn Di'Vil', civi-k, caused tliu bridge to rive wny, mill jmrt of t lit train, consisting or two r-ii-ities, two freioht. cars, tho ni:iil anil bajririutu cur, and nnn passenger car. were pivuipitated int-i the wator. The britlpp gave wny just this ship, of the draw. A train with thirty cars hud only a lew hours before cros sed ovor safidy. Tho train had three passenper cars nttnrb ed, but only one went over, und partly...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 January 1856

tP'om the Geimantown Telegraph J Experiment with Bono Dust. Mr. Fjikas It has lonp; been ft mooted, find still remains an undecided question with orne agriculturists, whether bono diut is of sufficient value to warrant its application in nny considerable qimntities, or in the culti vation of those crops which require large, ap plications of manure to sustain them. A very slight degree of enterprise and genuine respect for the calling in which these dispu ting people ore ngaged, would bo suflu kMit to reconcile many of the discrepancies invol ved in this controversy. Now, 1 hold it to bo a duty inenmbent upon every faraior, to make some effort to elucidato subjects wjjich nro of primary importance to the cause, even though by so doing ho shonld be culled to sacrilico something in n pecuniary way. My own efforts have never been conducted on a large scale, nor is it necessary that experi ments designed to bring out and establish facts, should be j extended enterprises are too expensive...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 January 1856

NEW SERIES, AOL. S, NO. 44. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1850. OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. NO. 18 Tho Sunbuiy American, fUBlU'ltl) RVKHT SATCRUAT BY H. B. IIASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. lvVj IttM.I.Aitd iieriHtiiuin tube 1'iiid linlf yearly in -uVn.ice. ,N. paiui Uiiciinlir'leU until all urranie are mm. tt eiiiuitiiiii;utioii9 or letters un btiBineti minting tn n .i.Uce, I' insure Hlt-ntnm, inu.l us rob 1 rAID TO CI.LUS. Cure cupiet I') one nuMreMt So' Jeven V Do 10 On Fifteen L'J SIHMI F:vo ! 'Un.. in uuvniiee will pay for thre year sub .criiuiun tn llie American. P.'n:ntefi will plenty net at our Aeent, and frnnk !e 'tr c.i:it lining sii!criliii iimney. Tuey art permit ted tn do I'm un!r tlielnl Oifive Law. T K U M 9 OF ADVERTISING. ;'iue Sounic of 14 lines, 3 tiinci, r.vcry .uh.te queitt tu.urtitin, One iivne, 3 uionlli., i.t in 'MIis, t) te year. l,miii Cuds nf Five line., per annum, ; r hi n aiil nthrrs. ndvertimng liy Ilia v...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 January 1856

I onion fufos LATER FROM KI HOPE. The America's mails arrived on Saturday, and they bring us additional European intel ligence of interest. The Allies ure making active preparations to throw upon the lt'iiiie, in tho neighbor hood of Strasbourg, an army of 180,000 sol diors, intended first to force tho Uermiin States, and especially Prussia, into some sort of an alliance by which the commerce between her and Kussia will he cut off, and tho latter isolated ; and secondly, to act against Itussirl through Polund. Notwithstanding nil the preparations for war, peace rumors still abound. A long and very able uiticlo has appeared in tho I'refse on the Sound ues question. This writer sustains Mr. Slurry's circular, and proclaims loudly that, from this time fur- wnril. I hn itrinrinln nf I lio fropihiiii nl flip hiirh seas and their straits is settled. The dillkul- j ty between the United States and Denmark l may in fart be regarded as settled upon tho basis of Mr. Marcy's circular. On tho 1...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 January 1856

iTTKIl FROM GCItMA NY-HEATH Or BARON VOJI ROTIIf CHILD. v e muke the following extracts from an renting letter which we received from a espotident residing at Frankfort-on-tlie-in, and which bears date of the 13lh of ember Inst. Washington Union. There died in this city, on the Cth inot., ;1io nge of eiphty-two years fivo months I twenty-four duys, Baron Amschel Mayer i Rothschild, Privy Counsellorof the Duko lles.ie Darnstadt, ond chief and senior of i celebrated blinking firm of M. A. Roth Id Sc Son, of Frankfort-on-thc-Main. 'No event has created so grout a sensation d S3 much attracted the attention of the olo population, as the decease of this pcr i. lie was rendered popular not only hy . social position and vust wealth, but by his rsonal appearance and babbits. Tlieru was ireely a man in Frankfort to whom thu Id Rothcshild" (as the people culled him) s not known. Every day, when entering leaving bis banking house, he wns surround by a crowd ot poor. Ilia v.illiugncsj to fe, an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 January 1856

Jarmw'5 ffiqmtecnt, " CultivRtion"of tha Raspberry. BY DAKIgl. HCOnKS, AVERSTHAW, K. . lo manurinp for tha raspberry, a tlern allovial soil, rich in vepctoblu mould, require a light dressing of well-rotted "tallo manure, with a top dressing of ashes imme. diutely after planting, employing from ten to thirty bushels to the rare. Yvt a light sar.d or lonin, a libcrnl dresstiiL' of compost will ho necessary j to four loads of vegetable, muck, add one loud of rich barnyard manure, and from fimr to tight luitihels of nnleachert ashes'; and if linio is cbenp, it may be ad vantageously used to twice l!io mm. nut of the aslit's, torrether with salt lye, which is the bobt addition to the compost that enn be nped fur this fruit. Mulch the roots well, to keen the ground free from woods j but the croud point to be iiibisted on is depth of culture, which leaves n constant supply of moisture, obviates the dancer of too much wet, and pives scope for the ever active roots to hold their revels, whic...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 February 1856

r -v --- NEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 45. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1856. OLD SERIES, YOL- 16. NO. 19 V'- ft The Sunbury American, tCILISHKD KVERT SATCRDAT BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, renna. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS par sunum tob. paid lutlfvearlv In Itauc. No papet diicoiitir'icd until all arrearage are aid. All eommiinicstlnns or letter on business relating to is office, to in.ur attention, mui ne rusi i aju TO CLUB3. 'hres conies W on address, "0" van 1). Do toon ifteeii ha Do 811 0" Fivedl!are in advance will pay for three year'a sub crtption to the American. P ulinnitera will please act our .Agents, and frnnlf Iter ciintitiiii(r iuliwription money. They are permit d to do thii under thel'uat Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ine Siiinie of I line. 3 times, eiy aubaeiiient insertion, 'Ja Siume, 3 nvnillis, lia m nitha, line yMr. Imine.s Card of Fiv line. P annom, tareliaiitaand others, n'lvertiiini by the Je-.r, with the. privile...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 February 1856

Congressional dittos. THIIITYFOURTU CONGRESS. Pint on. WAJHtXaTOlf, Jan. 24. Knm Mr. Clavton presented a comma tnunication which had been received from tbo President in Executive session, and from ktph ilia ntnnrtinn nf anct-eav hnd boen re moved, transmitting a Copy of the letter of Lord John Kussell to Mr. urampion, ua-u January 19th 1853, in which it is declared i.n ik MVBrnmprt Intends to ad Itara tft (ho frantV of Washington, 01 the direct or indirect, in Central America. Mr. Clayton moved that the lutler be trans ferred from the Executive to the Legislative Journal and printed. Mr. Clavton then expatiated on the usur pations of Great Britinn, and the tortuous di plomacy of her ministry, stiguiatiziug it as monstrous and disgraceful. , , . . Mr. Cass desired to speak, but, bat not be log well, yielded the floor to Mr Mason, who thouehtthat debate now whs not exactly .proper, either from the condition oftho ones lion or that or the country, and before ilefin , Jte action by tho ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 February 1856

THE EXTIlAOnDINAnY fOISOrllKQ CAB Frauds on the Life Insurance Companies. Tbe. revelations In tho London Timei, the Lltftrpool Jonroftt, nnd other Engligh panors, nf ths crimoi mpposed to be committed by Dr. Falmer, a surgeon end pentlemao of the fancy, are causing a high degree of excite ment in that country. Tho facts were first made publio at a Coroner's Inqnent, held at Rugely, England, on the body of J. Pardons Cooke, a sporting man, and owner of the fa mous racer Polar Star. The investigation showed that Palmer had entered into heavy bets with Cook, by which he feared he would be a looter. Either with the object of wining out this debt death cancelling by the laws of tim turr in England all existing icts ana past losses or with a view of possessing hini selfofasum of 1000, which Mr. Cooks had won at Shrewsbury race, and carried about With lnm which was missing ou nil Decease, or with both purposes, as is most probable, Palmer, tho accusation is, commenced to sub ject him to a ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 February 1856

Ijumorais glutei. i Mr. Crane Walks Out We pive below one of Iho most amusing of the Hmlntt pnper.' The widow hail nn nfliiir with Tim Crunt nn rldftrly Widower, for whom she had "set Iter cap," mid who wns Xtremely polite to her becunsp he hod a fe fret fnnrjr for her divnphtcr Melissa. Sir. U. nUa n private inferview with the widow, when tho following scene ensues t "Oh, .no, Mr. Crntn by no manner o' moans, tain't a miunit tew snon Tor you to be pin to talk about pettin' married1 ngnin. I nm nmazed you should bo nfornl I'd think so. Seu--how long's Miss Crane been dead 1 Six months T land o' Goshen !-why, I've knowed a number of individdiwnis eel married in Ws time thnn thnt. There's l'hil liennott's wid. tier 't I wog tnlkin' nliout jest now fha 't was Louisy Perce her liuhbuu' lindu't horn deud but three months, you know. I don't think it looks well for tmman to bo in such a hurry but for a man it's a different thing circumstances niters ensep, von know. And then, sittiwated as...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 February 1856

Si t mr In 1 m f mm r . V SERIES, VOL. 3, NO. 4G. SUNBUKY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1S5G. OLD SERIES, VOL 10. NO. 20 Sunbury American, tCRMIHID KVBMT lATDRUAt BY II. B. MASSER, arket Square, Stmbury, I'enna. It M S OP SUBSCRIPTION. OLLjARS per annum to lit paid half rarly in N J pKjiet diicuiitii-icil until all urrcarugca arc ntiTxtitiimi or Inter, on uu.iueis relating to to mnin attention, mint be 1'03'f l'A)D TO Ci.LliS. iea lo one addtesa, fSco D ii(u . ' oi(i usra in a.lvnnei, will pay rot Hire, year's tub t.i the American. iter, will pleawact aa rur Aeetita, ami frank ajniiuT siiherriptinii money. Tliejr ara permu tes under the I'ost Office Law. KHMSOF ADVKRTISINO. te or 14 lines. 3 tiin.a, '.ejuei.t in.tuion, i-. 3 moiii'.ii, 1". ri or Jj;0 300 "ni1j nf Fire linp. tnrmJt, RCi.l otiirni a iVerti'M)t ' ln r t,l ,'t itisiinffi.t wcklv. IfteO u AiUi-tiiiisme;itfl. pf r gretnHt. J O 11 PU1NT1NC. r iM-r-tt'.1 with mr p?fiVtitfiT'p( Wfll i. fi (H'TiCr., V'hich...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 February 1856

Congressional fl'dus. TIIIRTV-roVRTII COSuntHS. Pirat Sraalon The Hnuse Organized tit lastThe Plurality Pule Adopted Withdrawal of Mr. Orr Election of Mr. flanks as Speaker. Washington, Fib. 2. Horsr.. Mr. Smith of Tennessee said lio bad heretofore voted against the election of n Speaker by a plurality voto, lint ns vestrr lav's voto indicated some chance of electing ns Spanker a man of sound nutionnl views, lit now offered a rcsolutiuu to that effect. A motion to lay it on tho table was nega tived by 10 tnajmity. The plurality resolution was tlirn adopted, by n vote of 1 13 yeas to 104 nays. The tin nciunccuicot was hailed with much applause. Mr. Orr unconditionally withdrew his name ai tho Democratic caucus candidate, there bring now a probability of the concent rat ion of greater strength upou his colleague, M r. Aiken. Mr. Boice, moved to rescind tho resolution. Tho motion was hi id cm the table yens 117, tinvs 10L applause. Mr. Jones of Tennessee, referring to the terms of tho ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 February 1856

IX-GOY, RKEDfen PRESIDENT PIERCE. Oat. Tleeder ii not disposed to let the firvf. il end unfair message of the President go the country uncontradicted, and has there, re addressed the following letter to tho ess Ornt :Tho Special Message of the Tre lent of tho Unitod Statos, communicated isterday to Congress, assails not only my lf personally, but also my constituents, whom clination as woll as duty imperiously do .ands of mo to justify and protect. Entirely itisfiod ns I am with tho course adopted, up ) this time, by the people of Kansas con inccd Hint it has been dictated by a desire ) prcsorvo tho poacc, tho reputation and the lory of our country knowing that it has, at very stage, been characterised by the most onst'tVutivo moderation and lnndnblo regard r tho rights of others having seen at every top the plainest manifestation of (lie anxious esire t;i avo'd even tho scinblunco of en. roaehnient or aggression, 1 should bo fulso a every munly impulse uud every arnse of nly, ir I ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 February 1856

Prom tli Oermmtown Teleg raph J Corn Cobs an Experiment. M .. Editor Yon have published icTernl valtiuhlo article on the unea nud iilimentury mutter enntainod in tho corn rub ; but 1 think the following experiment is oWrvinfl a pluce in your useful journal t therefore you will oWiR mo by Inserting it. Having on band a largo quantity of cub, Tor which 1 had no uii except to appropriate tin-in by mixing tho wholo with my compost, I dotorinincd. on perusing an article in joor jonnul, to make use ol fiem In feeding my domestic nninials cr.wg and other cattle,, nnd witness the result. The mot hod adopted was not to grind them, but to prepare them by soaking them for forty-eight hours in salt water btforu feeding. The nnimiils cows and steers were allowed Imlfa peck of tho coin per day, at Urst, ui'ler which they had a larger quantity, and til though they were partition uf with some deli cacy at Orst, the appetite Tor them was in. creased until they we-a devoured as eagerly us any other f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 February 1856

mum. m NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 47. SUNBURY, NORTJIUMRERLAND COUNTY, PA-SATURDAY, EERRUARY 10, 1S56. OLD SERIES, VOL- 16. NO. 2! Tha Sunbuiy American, UltlHtD KVSaT UTt'lDA f BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TKRM9 OF SUBSCRIPTION. TVU UULl.AltS per annum tab, paid half yenrlv In Sdeanae. No paper diiuuulirued uiuilALLarruarugeeare a.d. Ail eJtanrinicutfons or letters on bu.itienit rotnting to tke odie, lo iiimi a attention, mint tt 1'UST PAID. TO Cl.UbSt. Taree eopte te one addreee, SO0 even De be loci Fifteen o Do o cn Fire l dlare in advance will pay for three )eu'e sub seriptinn tn the Aniericaii. Poetmutere will please net ae our Airents, end frank teuere routniiting; euliecriptien money. Tliey are permit ted to do tliii audcr tbel'oat Office Law. TERMS OP ADVURTI8INO. One Siunie of U lines, 3 liulee, Vrerr lliis'iuent oi.erliwu, One & inai o, 3 inontke, it m 'tithe, One yenr, tiaiiteM Catde "f Five linee. per annaia, SI eichants aid inhere, ntlverti.ine: by t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 February 1856

ARRIVAL OF THE PERSIA. LATER FROM F.l HOPE Tli new steam.nip Persia nrrived at New York on Saturday, about hnlf-pnt tiinu o' clock. She biicgs dates to tbo 26th ult., one Week later. The peace prospoctt are apparently pro. pressing, but tome duys must yet elapse bo fore tbo preliminaries can bn srettred, but th Czar bad ordered Cortschakoff, to tus fend hostilities ia the Crimea. The order to cease hostilities has been giv en by the Czar, without waiting for a formal armistice, although it is rumored that an armistice has been agreed upon for tbreo months. France, England and Austria continue to accord, although it Is forseen that prave questions tniplit arise during the negotiations for peace. No place of meeting lias yet been decided j but a despatch received on Friday, the 25th, tho authenticity of which i doubted, ays that it will be either Paris or London j and, also, that Bnron Brunuw will be the Russian Plenipotentiary. It will be at least tho 21 of February bo fore all the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 February 1856

A MOTHER MIRWERIKQ IIFR CHILD th, TIIERTIIA BEE IT IS SLAVERY. In the Cincinnati paper w find thn full particulars of the arrest of the fugitive slaves. About ten o'clock on Sunday, a party of eight slaves, two men, two women, and four children, belonging to Archibald K. Gnines rid John Marshall, of Uichwood Station, Boone county, Kentucky, about 16 miles from Covington, escaped from their owners. Thieeofthe party are father, wether and son, whose names aro Simon, Mary and Robert, the others are Margaret, wife of Kobert, and her four children. '1 ho three first are the property or Marshall, and tie others of Gaines. They took n sleigh ai d two horses belonging to Mr. Marshall, and drove to tho river bank, opposite the foot of Western Row, where they left them standing in the rood, and crossed over to the city on the ico. They were missed ft few bonrs "after their fliprlit, and Mr. Gaines, springing on a horse, followed in pursuit, lie proceeded to the office of U. S. Commissioner, J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 February 1856

REASONS TOR RISIBILITY. UT OUVKn WKXPl.'l t. 1IOI.MEK. Fwoct coz, I'm hnprv when I can, I'm merry while lint- For life's nt most a narrow pnn, At best n winters day If earn could tiiuke 1 tin sunbeams wear A brighter, warmer hue. Tim eveninfr thy look moia blue . Then 1 t-houhl b a pniver inuli j J!nt sincn 'lis not tliu v.ny. Swret coz, I'm luippy while I can, Ami nil-try while 1 nuiy. If coul J make us sin Iho lets, l'eiTliiitiCB 1 wen nut jilail If mournine; miff's dress, My g.nb should then bi g .il ; But tince the unci's wire-sure, white, And eVn the viair.tr saints smile Since virtuo wears u brow of tight, Atnl vice t volie of guilu Since liu filter is not under ban, Nor ghidncas chid in prey, Sweet coz, I'm hupp- when I can, And nurry wlicu I may. I've seen the bithnp dunce and reel, And a sii.ner fast and .iuy A knave ut the toji if Foil tine's wheel, And a uoui man cast una;. Wine, 1 have Feen your urate on.i's qua"', Mil; lit set our llm t afloat But 1 never hai.rJ u licui...

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