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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 August 1857

V. . I 1 1 l NEAV SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 22. S UN BURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, A.SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1357. OLD SERIES, YOL- 17. NO 48- S he Puite j The-Sunlmry American. PUBLISHED EVERY SAItRDAY. BY H. B. MASSEH, Market Square, Sunbury, PcnnB. TEB.M9 OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per nuunm to lie raid ''"'f ",'y ntUurce. No paper Uucoutiiiuetl anlil nu arrcnges are ''"a II communications or Idler, on buiiirM relating to "Jm unVa, to iuaui. altentioii, Piu.t bs l'OST YAlu. TO CLUBS. Tiiree copies one address, Seven Io Do L. . . It. t.'.OO loon 80 00 dollars .'.i artvn.ce will pay fot Hires vcai'aaub- t stinaaters will pleme act s our A (rents, snd Crunk j,.r e mum tug sabscriptton money. They are permit ju inJ itiiii aadet tlie I'oat OiBce Law. 'TERMS OF ADVERTISING. .,, T.n.r of 14 Hues, S time., ' SI W l-vetr sn.quein insertiua, J One .ii', 3 inonllis, Jl0 inoichs, e(jo n'Ufcaot. "f FWs 'hies, P." Bn. 3U M wli nil ami "t"., sdverti.ieg by the v,;lr. will, the privilege of in.erting I...

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 August 1857

ARRIVAL OF THE COLUMBIA. ltm rnoM mbpe, . 17i4 Submarine Ttlr. graph fyuarfron-Tnerease of the British Army The Ml of Dtlh Believed in Trouble Between IVance anil Turkey Recall of Gen, Concha from Cub Death of Eugene Sue. The Collins Mail Steamship Columbia has arrived yesterday at New York with Liver pool dates to thu 6tli inst., four days later than those furnished by the Canada. Tbe Submarine Telegraph Squadron left Qneenstown on the 3d inst., for Valwntia Hay, to commence the laying of the cable. The English (Jovernmeut has asked from Parliament authority t embody the militia fur an increase of the army. Tbe Fronch Ambassador to Turkey has suspended Lis diplomatic relations. UUEAT BRITAIN. One thousand additional Foot Artillerymen re to proceed to India at one. The Kast India Company has made a re quisition for CUOO additional troops. Lord Fanmure introduced a bill into Par liament, authorising tbe embodying ol the militia, to meet any requisition fur troops, without calling Par...

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 August 1857

BnlllRLI RBW DKVEtOPCMtNTt IN THE BURDELL IIVI1DH. The New York Journals been iarmlf inir and bioting thnt torn luriner aiscTries respecting Ibe murder of Dr. Burdell ar like ly 1o come out of the recctit Unnningham r.,.. A New York corresnondent of the Boston Journal professes to Rite soma of these new disclosures, cautiously, oo', preceding them with the declaration that he does not wih to be held accountable for their accuracy. Ha says I ... Not to be held to too rigid an account for ihn lull correctness or uli l nave 10 state .. .niinrt to ha held to strict accuracy. I have good autority for saying that probably the veiled mystery ol Harvey Burdell's mnr. der will he lifted, and the mystery be dissipa tod soon ! that the durkness of that night of crime will soon blufe with the brightness of tidiiy i that pnlilio morality and public jus V,ce will be vindicated by the dark and terri , Jevelntions or that hour of blood and l"' Iithorities, 1 am informed have come in. Vifioiisession...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 August 1857

A NEW POET. "The Dlslmnrled Volunteer," t correspondent of Hie N . Y. tJtinrlay Time., hat been to Nifipun, tit lin. been reqtieted to write mine poetry on the chief place, "f in terret there on the 81. lowrnce. lie coniplica and. sctuls the follow iug : To the Susnen.liln Hi luge, Kingnry River. Anormnus structorl Whnr, life like tit know, Diil the eonstriicktur. stand ns bill this rode Rite throe the nir ? Say, gentle mews, Wot hed Ihejr to huld on to lint, nl.m The mew. scs tiotliiii. O ! Jcrusntiun, Wot boyed em up ? Imni'jiiiaihin, fluted, Kant get the hang nf it ! ' '' I hev II now! They did it In balloons ! On l.nkc Onlnry. Giren are thy wnlere, recn as buttle glue, Heboid em stretched tlmr Tine Musholmigc mid Oswego hues ts cliefely kerched tlmr. Wunst the rrd liijam liwr took their doliglm, Fistit, lit and hleds Now most of the inhabitants is whiten, With nary red. the foetid Rcileck.lilns on fosslng; Tliroo Thousand Ilea. a O what a fury scne ! It peers to me As jf the str...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 August 1857

.7 '"79 v - --. f :i -.1. '1 l :.!, i ii ?: i j. . '- " "'".i.'c ii 'ii Li -if,,; .c,,i"i ..:!, ..... ... .... . ," J.' . . I i -. ,n ii i . - p..-. ;,:.- .( .. 'i' .- I '.i :. 'in ' l V '( '"I mtm. as i ii. .j' . ..i.i i .. NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 23.. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- 17. NO- 49- ' ' N-f'I J I ' .,! . ,i .. . -.. i, ...i. ,. ; if V A s-C nil: 1 1 1 1 1 ii i . nil -nr. :--V-v.V'J(3;-r,:M:i- The Sunbury American. l'UBLISlIED KVBUY BAIUimAY ' BY H. B. MASSES, . - . ' , iarkct S'juare, SMury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.'1 '" TWO DOLLARS pet .uuum to bo paid hulf ywiriy i it nrlvnrce. No paper iliKunliiiued until all arreuge. nr. r"Ali communication, or letter, on bu.ineM rolnlirtg to III. UQU'C, w inn ii M..V..I...... i w. . -- - , i. ; . i TO CLUBS.. ., , Throe copies la one adilrcM. .. .r: tSOO Unveil 1 "O 10 " K .fleer. Do M0U Five dollar. In advance will pny for three yeat'.iab- riptlon to the Amenc.n. will nlraii!e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 August 1857

foreign pfcius AR3IVAL OF THE ANGLO-SAXON AT QUEBEC. LATER FROM EUROPE. ruvvralle Hurt from the Atlantic Telegraph . riett. QrEPBC, Anpust 23 The Canadian screw rtnnniRhip Anglo-Saxon Arrived at this port this (Sunday) morning. Khe left Liverpool nt about two o'clock, P. M., on Wednesday, tbo 12th inst. The route of the Anglo-Saxon was too far noil h of tho line selected for the Atlantic cnblo to lead to any expectation of bor fulling in with tho telegraph cable fleet. Her offi cers report much thick weather, and constant bead-winds through the whole passago. Owing to au accident on ehore, connected with the lauding of the cable, the Telegraph Kxpedition did not finally anil from Valontia, Ireland, until the evening of Friday, the 7th inst. Tho latest report from Vulentia is dated August 10th, 4 o'clock, 1. M., as follows : The ffoik of laying down the Atlantic cable is fding on as satisfactorily as the best Honda of the great enterprise could desire. Up to tho present time about th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 August 1857

EXECUTION OP D. 8. McltlM. Attempted Suicide Long Speech of the Culprit. UntUDATSBCRO, Angust 21. DaWtl H. McKim conticUd or killing Mr. NorcroBg,t -Alton in this State, leveral rooothl nines wa executed at 20 minutoi before 1 o'clock tint afternoon. He made along speech on the scaffold, occupying nearly two hours, in which he gave a sketch of his career through lift), and elludea loiuemaroer, ana aiiempieu to show that it was not probable that he did it. For some time past be lost tbe omial cheerfulness that be manirusted In conversa tion and became rather melancholy. The prisoner slept daring the greater por tion of the night. In the morning be opened a vein in his wrist, bnt was timelr discovered. lie then ate a heart? breakfast, le a fit of passion he destroyed tbe manuscript speech lie intended making on the scaffold. At 8 o'clock he commenced devotional ser vices, which where continued until ho was brought out of the Jail. llov. Messrs. Junkln and McLean and tbo officers, acco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 August 1857

1 o c t r 2 . TOR EVERY ONE THAT ASKETH RECEIVETH." Matthew vii, 8. Oh, n&lt not wraltu The gnady bnubla glitters to deceive t It bath a thorn to press thee whon asleep j H malioth winm, and lrmveth time to wnop ABk not what wealth can givo. Oh, ask not famk The empty bubble breaks at every pnlo j Its mighty shadow stnlkg in midnight gloom ; It kills f hero, then it haunts his tomb, . If Where all its triumphs fail. O, apk not T.nvR "Tho fond heart's iilol" breaketh the fund heart j His smile is oft deceitful, and its power Too oft is felt in sorrow's darkest hour ; Ask not his treacherous dart. Oh. ask not rowrtt Seek not a burden that must crush thee down, ' Look at the thrones of tyrants in the dnst ; Heboid how frail tho prop in which they trust j Ask where their might has gone. Oh, ask not i.tff. 'Xot oven life itself makes good the name." ITow oft its victim craves tho boon of death, When guilt or sorrow yenrus to yield the breath j Ask not the fitfnl flame. Ask for n fkok...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 September 1857

I V. .; m ( i i i (.'!. - r i ,. ' t ! '''.' ".' '. ' -a, mi i lltlOltf eraitt SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- 17. NO- 50. NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 24. The Sunbury American. rtJBLIBHED BYEET SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSER, r Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. two DOLI.AP.9 per nuunm to be (mid hstf yearly in mlvnrc.. No paper '.liKonlinmHi Belli u. are will. Alicon.moi.ic.tim.. or letter, on bo'h.c. relating to fumee, to insula attention, murt tw l'OBl PA11. TO CLUBS. Three cople. one address, SBven go v bo 500 1(1 (Kl r i icon - Five dollars In advance will pay for thrs. year', sub scription to tl.a American. P.Mtmorter. will please act a. our Aeenti, and Iran to do tin. undei ll.e Post Office Law. . : I- 1111 Ull ' TERMS OF ADVERTIS1NB. one Squn.e of IS line., 3 timo., Vverr .uiwequent in.ertion, tine Scina.e, 3 month., ' month., 10? 8 SiK tnO 81 lO 300 Cine" Card, of Five line., per anniim veur, with the pr.v.lese of I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 September 1857

Cclcgrnpjjtc JTcbs. J. J . Nttv School Presbyterian (.'aveatWn rirs D.jr. ' Richmond, Aug. 29. The New School Tresbyterian Convention re-assembled yester day, in this city. A Commiittee on Resolutions wai appoin- Yt it stated, in debating on a resolution of organisation that a number of churches which sympathised with the Convention, were not represented from motives of delicacy, because the body was presided over by a New England clergyman. Hut these churches, however, had sent members to express their sympathy end after the action of this body, they wonld provide Directors that would sympathise with the objects ot the Convention. A debato ensued of an unimportant charac ter. Aftkrnoon SisRtoy. The Committee on Resolutions reported in effect that: Whereas, Tho relation of Master and Scr rant in itself considi red does not properly belong to tho Church judicatores as subjects of discussion and inquriry. Therefore. Resolved, That iu the judgement of this Convention, the General Assem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 September 1857

ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. AT HALIFAX IjATBlTniOM klJBOPK, Briling of the Telegraph Cable--Return of (he Fleet to England Another Attempt 10 be madeArrival the India Mail Del hi not Fallen. UiurAZ, Aognat 2. Tbe Ilnyal Mail steamship America arri Ted at half-past ona o'clock this morninjr, with Liverpool dates to Saturday, the 15tli in. slant, being three days later tban prenoni 0dTheAtlnntic Tolcgraph is broken nod ope- rations Tor the pr. sunt suspended. 1 ho Dri tish steamer Cyclops returned to Valentia with Mr Field on board. That gentleman Immediately repaired to London to confer ih. dirvrtrtra as to futore movements. lie telegraphed the following to Mr. Stuart, the agent of tbe Associated l'ress at Liver-. pool : London, Saturday, Aug. IS, A. M. "Her Majesty' Rteamor Leopard arrived at I'ortsmotitu on Friday evening, tho 14th hut , and reports that tbe Atlantic cable was lost at a quarter before four o'clock on rues tin, morning, the Uth Inst, arter having paid out successfully 3...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 September 1857

The Four Philosophers. Four great philosophers Come every year ; Teach in the open air, Then disappuur. Winter' the Stoic, So chill and heroic i lie Bits in tho mountain breeze biting and Eure en, to bring fonr and doubt, Damp night and winds are out, Wraps an old cloak about he cun enduro. Spring, at dull hearts to mock, Comes io a farming frock, With garlands and ploughshare a lesson doth give ; ITe sings through the fiold awhile, Turns up the soaking soil, -All haste and laughing toil briskly can live. Summer, with niantlo free, V.nicnrprin he. Lolls in the cooling shade, like a tired-boy ; While blasting suns unKinn, Leave the stout mower blind, Whore faints the mountuin wind ho can enjoy. Antum, whon nil are done, lie's the eooil Christian one : Fills well the granaries where seods may lie .New, coming years to bless : Then in his russet dress, All hope and quietness sweetly con die. Jmiiur's jjpcpavtamit. A Good IIousr. Tho New-York Spirit of the Timtt gives the following char...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 September 1857

y I . . . - " ': ! .. ......... i .... : ; a - 1 1 1 1 NEW SERIES," VOL. 10, NO. 25. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- 17. NO- 51, -The Sunbury American. fUBLIBUBD EVERY SATCRDAT BY n. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbury, Penn: VERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . . m h. nuid half TMTit II I'"" !..;.. or letter, on bnniiieee retMing to AU communication, or .' . OST pAJ1). tk. UIUC, W lu.ui. f 500 to on tu oo JX Do r;":do...r. In ad-an. will P.y to ...... ' W . . i ..riff an . TERMS OF APVBRX1SIN. SI 00 loO 00 800 ia ninnta.. One yer' . . iM i)ne., pe .Mem, BMinon Cd. of Vrtvertiiin? by la ,00 11,0 .Went drt,"me,"VTtr. P agre.m.. elected JOU OFFICh, " of prlllt,g. the nnteat ' S. B. MA ATTORNEY AT LAW, tnomberl.nd, Union, Lycowung Monioui Columbia. . . , l!rf,rencei in rhUadeipmn Hoe. Joh R.Traon, tcniere ft Siiod.raaa, n;M.nna. r.ea. Linn,' Smith ft. Co. nrTTCT NTftTTWTATTI C0LLIEEY superior WHITE ASH ANTHBACITB COAL, - from the Mammoth Vein, for F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 September 1857

to " Cdcgrapjjic Tctos Ei,mira, N. Y., Sept. 6. At race which coma ofl" to-day on tlia (fronnds of Hie Fair, Flora Temple won egninet Lancet and lied Hird. Three straight hunt! were muda with tbe following time ; Brut hoot. 2 minnte 26.) seconds ( second 2 minutes 27 seconds j third, 2 unuutts 2o so. Condi. Kiw Yobk, Sept. 8. The notes of "the Ontario County Bank" and "TheCank of Orleans," Albion, this State, were thrown out this afternoon by the redemption batiks. The Outnrio Connly Hank notes are secur ed by the Stocks and real estate, and will probably pay nearly par. The Hunk of Or leans is one of the old Safety Fund Banks, and thore will doubtless accrue some loss ou tbe circulation, nnloss the banks should re sume payment. Nbw York, Sept. 8. Messrs. I.. v . Kirby, a jobbing bouse of long standing in this city, sue pended payments to-day. Their linbillititts are said to amount to 300,000, -and their assets 8"00,OOD. lftho latter are available, the house will probably resume pay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 September 1857

i ... . .. 7 . -T7.T THE COLLUIO OK THE CAMOEJI AD AT LASTIl' RAILHO.IU. ' Ax Accockt mo . EvR-vmNase. The community wai Marted on Saturday night by tbo varied rumors of a fuarful colli eion on this road. Tho fullowiuff account wai obtained bj our roportor from ono of tbe jiisseogors, sou we consider it reliable : 'l b regular afternoon eipresi train started t a quarter after 4 o'clock from Cooper's l'oiot, and was ronuing at a Tery rapid rate tjf speed, and had reached a point about six miles below Iladonfiold, and twelve miles be low this city, when the passengers were alarm ed by a violent concussion and surging to and fro of ths cars. Our informant was. sented with several friends on ihe very last seats of the last car. The fores was so great that he says, their seats were rocked violently and wrusj crashed under them. Tho middle car escaped without Injury. As wo jumped from the enrs a sight was presented, oppuling tho stoutest hearts. Two lurge locomotives, sev eral freight or ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 September 1857

OLD, BUT VERY GOOD ADVICE. - . . T who would lave your fealnres florM lwilha liinhi, bright ryes, tuiootb forehead, From age'i devastation horrid, i Adopt this plan 'Twiil mak, in climatea cold or torrid, A hale old man t Aroid in youth, Inxnrinns diet; Restrain tbe passion's lawless riot ; Devoted to domestic quiet, He wisely gay ( Bo ahn.ll ye, spile of age's Est, liesist decoy. Seek not, not In Mammon' worship, pleasure, Bot 6nd your richest, dearest treasure In books, friends, music, polished leisure ; The mind, not sense, ' Make the sole acalo by which ye measure Your opulence. , This is the solace, this the science, Lire's pnreBt, sweetest, boat appliauce, That disappoiuts not man's ruiiuuce, W'httto'cr his slate; But challenges, with calm defiance, Time, fortune, fate. rfmimftrMTC gJmH WAV" A Ckusuino Exfosurb. A sneechmakor, in tbe western part or the State of V irginia, during a Presidential canvuss, has given us tbe following anecdote. Lie was holding furtu upon the merits...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 September 1857

ft..;: 1k!k V" vHAx 1LI mm NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 2G. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATUKD At, SEPTEMBER 19, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- 17. NO- 52. it i ii . ii ii The Sunbury American. PVBLlBllED EVKRY SATURDAT BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, renn: ? tRRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLAI18 per auuum lo b puid half T"r'T 'n 4v7c.. No paper Uicoutu.ud i.ul au. airwige. nr. "lieommonicMiani or letter! on bntiiifM renting to eke ., to ui.ai .ueutn'ii, must b 1 Obi I A1U. TO CLIB Var. opi. on. address, ,. I J"0 Da Da 500 10 00 to 00 Ft.d,.llr. In adr.ne. will PT Ftb .ription t the Amerie.n. ,nintri will please set o.r A rents, and frank Hi eT,?UU suhsenplU." P"" ST! E this under lu Purt Oft" ! TKRMS Or AUVKRTlin On. (.". . i 4 months, Kvr y'' . . lines, pee ".. w "h th. privilege o ' 100 sou 100 too too IS so 4 (fetent ,litis.meni -"'' IT" ,OB PRINTING. . :.u )nV.UBhment wl IS flSBOFnCB. wh"eh wi" ennl.le ..to ATTORNEY AT LAW, PA. . i Pnunti.e of ?(or. BnrinMitlWn.ie-1 "" "1:" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 September 1857

TERT LATE MOM t'TAH. Arrical of Mormon Eldert from Great Salt Lake City Pour Thoutand Mormon Immigrant on the Plaint A Hountiful The Mormon Tempi, Ac, frc. (From the N. V. Tiroes, of Kept. ath.) Yesterday we bad the pleasure or on inter view with Kliler Samuel W. liicbards, ol Utah who arrived in this city on Thursdny, evening after the remarkably Bbort trip of twenly-eigbt days from Ureal SnU Lake City. Oft dutes from U tab by this arrival reach to , the 1.3th of Agust. : i The harvest in Utah this season lifts beon remarkably abundant. All the crops have yielded in larger tncusuro thau for some years previously. Too Suints were joyful ut the cheerful prospects before them. Peaeo aud plenty were with them, aud their causes of complaint, according to the statements ol Mr. Uichurds, must be exceedingly slight. Wheat, corn and potatoes, parlicuhii ly, were tall crops, aud the harvesting had ended pros perously without adverse weather. Business was reviving as tho result of a good cm',...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 September 1857

afes AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION. The Exocutivs Commltt.s appointed by tti President of the Agricultural Society of Wor'.hunibenund county, met agreeably to ftutioe and appointed tlia following Cotuir.it- ees . contrrri or AnRANOKMKNTS. Iff. ffm. McOlecry, Wm. P. Nnpla, J. II. K kbi-rt, It. M. Frick, J I. A. Moodlo, J. M. Huff, A. II. L!lair, Tims. Bwcuk, E. W. Cliupin, Jlenry Kohlef, l.Jj. Davis. Frederick vYlluelm, J. H. M'Ourmick, J. It. Kwcd, Chna Stout, J. V. Uoudluoder, Cyrus Hrown, Ueorge W. Btrioe, John Koueh, James Montgomery, It tens resolved to hold tlie Exhibition oo Uic lytb and 16th days cf October not, LIST OP PREMIUMS. licit stallion over 4 joars old, tjl 00 2 00 3 00 1 50 4 00 2 CO 4 00 2 00 robn R i, Wiu. 4 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 4 00 2 00 2 CO i CO 4 CO 3 00 1 50 1 00 'id do do 11 under 4 years i-IJ, 2J 44 2d ui.ue aod colt, pnir ofinalub horses, " single horse, Amos E. Kapp, Jesse C. Ilortoo, Eek, 1J. C. Wsuou, W illiam Heine il'C'k'try and Jubu Nicely, Judges. C ATT LB. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 September 1857

Prom llit Now York Evening. NOBODY'S BONO. Swift never wrote anything better In tomo than the following lines, from an uukuown corresuondeDt I I. I'm thinking just now of Nobody, Ami all lliul Nobody's done, tor I've a nossijn fur NoboJy, That Nobody else would own J 1 bear tilt uanie of Nobody, For from Nobidy 1 sprung i And I ting Hie praise of Nobody, At Nobody uiina has mug. II. In life's yoong morning Nobody To me was tomler and dear ; And my crudie was rocked by Noborly, And Nobody was ever near ; I was pntteil and praised by Nobody, And Nobody brought mu up ; And when I wua hungry, Nobody Gave uie dine or to sup. III. I went to tchool to Nobody, And Nobody tuuglit me to read j I played in tlio street with Nobody, And to Nobody ever gave heed I recounted my tale to Nobody, For Nobody was willing to hear And my heart is clung to Nobody, AuU Nobody shed a tear. IV. And when I grew older, Nobody Gave me bid ping turn j And by the good aid of Nobody I begin my living to earn ; And...

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