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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 September 1857

.f.CT.Ti:.TA .UXZ'.'.T.O .tri.i M'l.i cmic hi rtvH . 0 j;;j;f;!.!HVj ;.' 1 ( ' '. - -... I .,'lVi!li: Flo. ,' . it: J:!l ' -: ' - - .'.'." . rc ; i : r ) Pill (a u .r;:r., , J' ( . ir.'.-'-m. ..! , . a.it nr. n't :. I' i .: ., 1 ..Ha, .T " .'Toy J-!o' i i, it I i;-..t i-.i kill ,!.- -i ' -. ', ,-. ..--v.-i Wo ed I' .-sv.i't J NEW SERIES, YOL. 10, NO. 27. SUNBUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. ; PASATURD AY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1857. OLD SERIES, YOL- 18. NO-1- :;. .i.fcb i v.. , All i 1 1 II - i l I ll II W II NJ I 11.11 !, w f It" I II II ' II' II II II M II II II iii:.' .. v , ii ii ii iv ii . - ii ii iv ii.ii ii . ..... a", i V V , r . T " . " 1 . 1 '..!; f r. ' : ,:t ;' . ... . . The Sunbury American. PUBLISHtD EVERY SATURDAY BY II. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbury, Ptnna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. vwii DOLLARS tier tuunin to be poitl half Vriy in klvaic. No paper iliKontii.ucd uulil all aircugr. ate "au communication, ot letter, on hmhic.. rclntinj to TO CLt'BS. Three eopiei to rne JJre., tSV...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 September 1857

Corrcspnbencc. Maksato, (M. T.,) Sept. "lb, 185". Mr. Editor : The weather her la very pleasant at present. Tbe froat hal Dot visi ted tbis part of the conntry yet, and corn crops look favorable, Tbe Sioux Indians re still skulking around. Tbey abot and wounded Mr. Ueo. Butt, or Chain Lakes, last week, and other persons aro missing from tbis place, who aro supposed to be killed. All tbe settlors of Springfield bare left, wilb the exception of one old trapper, wbo 1 know only by the name of Dutch Charley. lie ba killed a great many Indiana in bis time, and tninki be Is able to kill more. May tbe Lord help him to rout out tbe Sioux nation, for the Government won't. Our Constitutional Delegates have met in St. Paul and formed State Constitution for tbis Territory. Tbey bad quite political war. The Itepublicans aud Democrats held separate Contentions aud both claimed a quorum, finally tbey appointed a committee oo both aide?, aud tbey met and compromised, and formed as good Constitution...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 September 1857

SHERIFF SALES. tSy virtue of eorUiii writ of Ten. Ex. Real to ra directed, will d Kposea to pnoitc t th Court IJoase, in Sunbury, on S ATUIt- DAY, the 17th or October, t 10 o'clock, A. AJ.. tbe following property to wil I A certain lot of ground situate In the town or Shainokin. in Cos.1 township, Northumber land county, tad marked ia tbe general plan of said town No. 327. Fronting on Sunbury and Commerce streets, and bouuded by Dew- art tlreet oa tbe West; and lot or John u. Roadarmel on thoeaet. JJeing 200 feet deep and tixUen feet in width, whereon erected a two store frame house, including the tene menu, 1,6 by 24, with a brick kitchen 19 by 20 reet. Seized, taken into execution, and to he told as tbt property of William U. Keneday. ALSO: At the eame time and place, by virtue of a certain writ of Ltv. Fa. to me directed, will be exposed to public sale the following propeity to wit : All that certain messuage or tract of land, situate, lying ead being in the township of Delaware,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 September 1857

THE UNSEEN BATTLEFIELD. Thoro it an aneen baUlefild, Id ever; human breast, Where two opposing forces meet, , And wberu they seldom rest. That geld is Teiiml from mortal sight, 'Tis only seen by one Who knows nlons where victory lies, When ench duy's fight is done. Onr army clusters strong and fierce, . Their chiaf of demon form ) J in brow is like the thunder cloud, His voico the bursting storm. ITis captain. Prido, and Lust, and Hate Whose troops watch ntpht and duy, Swift to detect the weakest point, And thirsting for the fiuy. Contending wilh this mighty force Is hot a little band ; Yet there with an unquniling front, Those warriors Drinly stand I Their leader is of Uod-like-furcn, Of count enancc st-rcno i And glowing on his nuked breast A simple cross is seen. H is captains, Faith, nnd Hope, and Love, 1 onit to thnt wondorous sign, And gazing on it, all recttive Strength from a source divine. They feel it speak a glorious truth, A troth as great ns sure. That the victors they ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 October 1857

(00( ' ( 0 r f v ' - , w ' t v j . , . ........ . - .... . . . . . . I . ,.,..... ii.i . , I. !. -o ;:.;. 'I .V- I V IS ". " i i "wO . (V - i.,i i ; - it m i i I ; ' V ' : p., I Wu NEW- SEKIES, VOll'U), NO. 29. ' SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND : COUNTY, PA: S A-TUIID AY,- OCTOBER 3, 1857. : WAY. M :H - - . Tlie Sunbury American. ",, PUBLISHED EVliKY SATtKPAY BY U. B. MASSES, " ' Marktl S'jarc, 6'unlury, fcnr. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per nuunm to b p. Hi half yenriy ui ilvai cc. Nu pHpcr tlifccuittii.utd buul all airmgtt ur ' A U AiraiAuiiicationt or letters on bu.itirM rrlntiiif to as t6i-, tu ni.'ii. Bttctilkm, mual li t'Oti'l' I'AIL. TO CLUBS. Tir.auiipi.i to on. ddiet, illeoM lo Da SIX) IU Mi Five dtllri In ttlvniire willpit)' for Utrs. irur'stul (Oriptioii tn llir Amrrican. Pxtmntera will plwiie art nur Arnta, anil Onrli t.ara c-iiituinmg aiibarriptlim Bmii.y. 'I hejr are parmit c4 ttf JjiIiii amler tlia f 'ist O ucb Law. TERMS OF AbVKRTlSINO. flM "f I Hue". S Uwaa, ICvcrv n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 October 1857

. Jfarctgn Tcfos, ARRIVAL OF THE JURA At St. Joiini, N. D. THRtKftAVa LATER rilOM KUROPE. Outbreak of the Cholera Later from India Delhi not ye' Fallen Sortiet of the Rebelt 600 Brititk Killed and Wounded lie-Cap. ture of Cawnpore Detailtofthe Mattacre Self-Detlruction of Nena Sahib and hie Family. Ht. JoiiKi, N. n , Sept. 28. The Cunerd screw steamship Jura, from Cork, Ireland, ' September ICtb, has Arrived here, with Lon don and Liverpool dates to the 1Mb lost. The steamship City of Washington arrived ont on the 16th lost. The Emperor Alexander bai arrived at Berlin. The cholera It raging at Hamburg, Asian, Stockholm and other placet, and proving very fatal.' The Bank of Holland baa increased Hi ratei to 5 per cent. It is anticipated that most of the German banks will be compelled to follow the example, and a general rise be estab lished. . Accounts from Moldavia state that the recent elections in the Principalities have resulted favorably to the Uoion. INDIA. . The only paper rec...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 October 1857

Prom the American Atrkraltarlai.) .,' CIllfSKK IMAft CANK. ". bint crow sYrr-iio, itc. , bar Dot Mock too add to Uit month' wggattloo. Man peraon bar applied to a to Droco.ro tbani simple, low-prtcad mill fcr nraaiioc out tho jaica on small seal, ,V bar apeot coniidarall time with v ra! mechanic, trying to coRtrivomimpl .apparatus, which cpulii be tola rorvri 1013, ad yet uffic to Mtract.tha Juica from Taw thousand canea. lo tbia effort wa bar that far hssn nnoecesful. A mill With iron roll ra JU India in diameter was tried, but wbeo thei wv broaght together Dear enough to nreai out an considerable proportion of tb I . A C I - - Amm. ! I juice, they wouiu nur. iru iu crane freely, and if tbey did thii, it wa next to fmpoetibl to tarn th eratik wben cane- joint paiaaa in, even nm to increaie tbe power. . A. aomewbat larger mill, made at the Speedwell Iron Work, Morriatown, N. J., which wa louna on n i . st. aiku , iu tbii oity, wee tried with nnripe canea from oar field. Tbia ha roll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 October 1857

THE OID GRENADIER'S STORY, of.o ! A ssnch ortiD rim if uw. TtM ttie day nciil ln PjramM, 11 aeoms rnl an honr irr, Thai Klber fool Hood Arm In o,vtari, Reluming blow Tor blow. , , , Th Momaluttel wer tossing Their standard to the sky, Vheo I heard A child Toiee saj, "My wen, Teach mo th way to dm r, 'Twnt a lit tl drornmer, Willi hi Ride, Turn terribly with shot 5 ' Bat still he feebly lent his drnm, At though the wound wore not. And when the Mameluke's wild hone Burst with ft scream nnd fry, lie taid, "Oh. men of the Fcttr-tuii J, Tench me the way to die !" "My mother ha got other ions- With stouter hearts than mine. But none more ready blond for France, To pour out free i( wine. Yet still life' sweet," the bmve led moaned, "Fair are this eurih and sky Thi'n, comrades of the Forty-third, Teach me the way to dio 1" - I nw Salanche of the granite heart Wiping his burning ryes It was indeed more pitiful Than mere loud sobs and cries. One bit his catritlge till his lips Grew black as w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 October 1857

1 SlTW tlflT1lt W 3 NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 29. SUNI3UIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1S57. OLD SERIES, VOL- 18. NO 3 The Sunbury American. rVELISUED EVERY SATUttDAT BY II. B. MASSES, Knuket Square, Sunbury, rnna. TURMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per auuum In be paid Ulf veriy m ,a(t. No paper discontinued until IU errengte me mmI. All emainaiiications nr letters on business relating to diee, to iH.uie attention, niutt be 1'ObT 1'AIU. TO CLl'lS. Varee eoeiee II nne addre.e. f S00 Beven Do Do 10 00 Kifieea Do Da soon Fivedoltats in advance will pay for three year'ssub (eription tu the Aaierican. Pafcis-ister will please aet aa our Agents, and frank Hera ttnitiiiuiug subscription money. They are permit' s a luHulliie uiiiler liie Tuat Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING F., tumif of 14 line". 3 tl"ee, P.Yerv uuseq,ueut ineetfciuH, flee Aquais, ) moatus, -til mouths, Hue year, B niness Cards "f Pie 'n. P"" na, V(rehints ond "there, advertl.!!', by the ya.r, with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 October 1857

Cclcgrajijjic flfos. Traaly Wile Ik Pawaua laulUsia. Preparations for. Defence by the Mormon -"Further Depredations by the Cheyenne. St. Louts Ocl. 2 Geo. Denver Comtnis ioaer or Indian Affaire, who hat just arrived her from Nebraska, report having made a futl and satisfactory treaty with the Fawoet Iodiaoi, at Sable Creek on the 24th nit. The Lexington (Mo.) Express announces the arrival of Captain llussael from Salt Lake, who states that the Mormons had for tified Fort Bridges, with the declared Inten tion of defending it against the United Stutns troops. C'apt. Russel also reports that the depreda tions of the Cheyenne Indians had not abated. They wcje daily growing more during, and comtoitiug offences of an aggravatec cli.Ai after. THE AMERICAN. SUNBURY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1857. II. B. MASSER, Editor and Proprietor, To A nviKTUum . -The circulation of Ih Sunbury American among the dinVrent towns on the Sutquehanna not exceeded ifequolled or any rIr published in Nocth rn Penns...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 October 1857

ARRIVAL OF iTHE 'ARABIA. DiTIIRKK.UAVa LATER FROM BUROPC DeMi flof yef 7'oin Reported Retirement of the English Troops The Atlantic Cable to . be Stored lilrNext t ear Money ramc or Paris and Vienna. The steamer Arabia arrired st New York Jestfrday with Liverpool dates to tbo 19th tit. Sha briujrs 140 passengers. ' Tha City of Washington arrited out on the 16th. and lie North Star on the 18th ult. The Indian aeronnta atale that Delhi wi cot taken on the 29th of July. More mulio. ies had occurred, including one regimeut in the Bombay l'residcncy. Several victonca are reported over the mutineers. It is rumored that the British troops hove ..;..,! frnm Oelhi on nccouni Ol wcun, . Another report says that large reinforce n.nt havo arrived, and assault wui looked for in a Tew dayi. The Atlantic telegraph cable ia to be landed and stored at tho Plymouth Navy Yard until tho next year. The U. S. sloop of war Plymouth bad arrived at Southampton. The cholera now extends over nearly all the wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 October 1857

HARVEST HYMN TOR 1857. bi martin r. TtrrR. m O, Father, merciful und good, O Giver ever kind, Who foedest u with daily food For Bodr, Soul and Mind 1 IV e worship Thee, ro bless Thee, We praise Thee cvprmore ; And heartily confess Tbeo The Uud whom we adore 1 How thick with corn between the hill, The laughing valleys stand ! How plenteonsly thy Morcy fills The garners of the land I And therefore will we raise Thee Our humble anthem thus. And, sinful children, praise Thee For all thy love for us 1 A year by year in ceaseless love Thy bounty never fails, but ft ill the blessing from abo-ve O'et flows our hills and dules j So truly we adore Thee, Thon giver of all good, And offer now before Thee Thy people's gratitude 1 if. ini. it' ! lnmfmrnf. From the Germanluwn Telegraph The Grape Culture. Mr. Editor. : A paragraph in your paper tntM that, anions other matters, the "State f Ohio was the first to introduce, or rather rrente. the culture of erones in Americo." This is a eliglit mtstuK...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 October 1857

.'im j. HOT NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 30. SUNBUItY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1S57. OLD SERIES, VOL- 18. NO- 4i The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVEIIY SATURDAY BY H. B. MAS3ER, larlet Sipiare, Sunlurg, rnna. TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. rurii tirn.l.AtlA ner annum to be Pid hnlt Vwiy m Wm(1, No pnper diMViitllluwt mini ALL arrangee ara ABonm.nunHMtions or letters on J-0"'""? ."'".'j11 10 Mm nice, w iusuib auemHm, hu - TO CLUBS. Ur..oopie.WO.ad,...fc MJO riftaU Do ,40 Fivo dollars la i"i willpy f Mrss vest's snb owiplioa to tho American. i.,.V.,liirt will Dl " AJ. a"" V..,. b..htmni eolmeripilon money. 1 u.y .re perum M. to -..lhia uUf lb. fort Office Law. TKRMSOP ADYBRTHinw ... .,... OH Uuee, SUn.es, '5 tov fl0 81)0 100 tu T"' , f pi,. Use, per """ JOB PHINTINO. 10 JLjTmi ofkIcS, wi-i "win .mm. i ATT OUNEY AT 1-avt, PA. .j-....n.nJe.l to i lh Counties of Nor- nJ li.aa.berlanJ, Uion, Lycoming Jelamlis. Rtferencetia Philadelphia: i.l It TtM Chin. Oil'l-nn". (ta. Jab H....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 October 1857

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC THREE DAY! LATER FROM EUROPE. Later from India Perilous Position of O'en. Havelock Mutiny in Bombay and Madras Th Mutintert Still Hold Delhi Clott oth Conference at Struttgardt. The iteamehip Atlantic, with Liverpool advices to the 30 th ult., arrived at New York yesterday. She bring 120 passengers, incltt d ng Olmrlei 8. Speuco, or Baltimore, with the ratification of tho Commercial Treaty with Persia ; F. Sc'uroedcr, late U. S. .Minis ter to Sweden; W. H. Osborn, President of the Illinois Central Kailroad Company ; and O. V. Train, of Boston. She also brings $17,000 in specie. The Atlantic biing9 later advices from India. The dates from Calcutta to August 23J, liombay to the 31st, and Delhi to the 12th of August. Nnmerous sharp encounters Lad occurred at Delhi, in which the rebels were defeated, but they still held possession of the city. The European reinforcement were arriving and an assault was expected to be wade about the 20th. General llavclock had rea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 October 1857

egtslalibe Ifcfos. PBSrUYLVANM LEUISLATURK. pedal Tht Relief Bill Patted and Signed by the Governor. FINAL ADJOURNMENT. IIiRMRBCRa, October IS, 1837. BmtATK. The Senate) met t 10 o'clock this morning. Mr. Stranb Introduced a bill to authorize the member! and officers of tbe Legislature to tote in Harrisborg Tor State officer. Mr. Browtn read the clause in tbe State Constitution requiring a ten daya' previous residence in a district to entitle a citizen to tote. ' This settled tbe question, and tbe bill was laid oter. The Senate then adjonrned till balf past 11 o'clock. The Senate met at 12 o'ctock, and after unme delay tbe Relief" bill, as passed by the Home, was presented. Having been vari ously amended, Mr. Jordan moved tbo ap pointment of a Committeo of Conference to meet a similar Committee of Conference to meet a similar Committee from tho House. Tbe motion prevailed, end Messrs. Jordan, Ingram, Coffey, Wilkins and Souther, were appointed as the Committee. The Sen ite then adjo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 October 1857

$ a e l x jt THE COUNTBT LASSIE. 6b blossomed in tht country, Where innny sammer flinge Iltr ronT arm around the earth j And brighten blriiingt bring J Health wai her iol inheritance, And grace ber only dower; 1 tieyer dreamed the wild wood Contained bo iweet a flower. Fardiitant from tbe city, And inland from tbe tea, My lassie bloomed In geodoeii As pare ei puro could be ; Blie caught ber dewy freabnoee, From hill and uiountaio bower, I Deter dreaniod the wild wood Contained ao eweet a Dower. Tbe rainbow mnit bave lent ber Borne or ill airy grace : Tbe wild rose parted with blifcb That nestled on her faco j The sunbeams got entangled io The long wavei of her hair, Of ibe ne'er had grown to be Bo modest and eo fair. The early birds hare (aught bor The joyone matin song, And some of their sort innocence IB lie's been with them eo long, And Tor her now, if need be, I'd part with wealth and power; I never dreamed the wild wood Contained so sweet a flower. JLL.1BB fjunwrmis. A Frog in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 October 1857

1 ' I, v'r. ( V. y i I i ! i NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 31. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. S ATURD AY, OCTOBER 24, 1357. OLD SERIES, VOL- 1 NO' 5' 1 1 1 i ,M''S...MMI?!!SS5Sisssssas jaj Sfr.e Siiihim 5literi.M.. The Sunbury American. s-UBLIbIIKD KVfcKY UA1 I'HllAY BY H. B. MASSER, Market Syuart, Sunbury, Pennm. TUMI OF V BSCRirTIOW. TWO DOLLARS pr auuum to be paid half Triy Ui ymi, fo paper tliMontii.UMl uutii .uw rcHfc.ua mid. A U enininuiiioalioii of l.u.re on bu.inrM relating lo a. tu maaia att.Htion, uium u rust r.iu to cLuua. T.ir.a eopt.a W " auMr.M, W . Du I). 10 00 Da I. S0U Fiv. ip.llars in adveuee will pay for Hit.. yt'.eb-te-ipiimi to the American. PtiKiiter. will pl.ta.eaot a. oaf Agente, end frank lar. tinnUillOllI auD.cri pool! m"ir. "f tudelhte antler IU. Foal Ulrica Law. TKRM9 Of AVVtXTIIINI Baeii of If . Mas, H,,,, au. -eat liteefiiea, Oa. S4at e( -. tnealha, g mttha, t'VlieM CrH f Five , r "". Mr, with h privilege rf in.arlmf U.renl -.dverttaemenle weekly. . VT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 October 1857

foreign Ifetos ABEIVAL OF THE NOEI -S&ICA- TiMKK UY LATri t -i EVROPB. Russia Man nf. War Sank, Fourteen Hun dred Lives Lost Resignation nf the S on. ih Ministry Large Speculutiu Inquiry in Cotton, and advance in Prices Breaditxtff Declined Monty Market More S ringent. Rivta to IOt p, Oct. 19. The North Atlimlio Steam Navigation Company'! Steamer North America, front Liverpool for Quebec, bat passed thil poiut. Iter advicel are to the ?lh inat., fenr days later than thote furuisbed by the Vauderbilt at New York. The Royal Mail Steamship Baltic arrived on the 6tb inst. The paperi received by the North Ameri ca, announce that the Engl.th Parliament will not be assembled before the umal tiini. Tbe Bank of Etiglatid has louned to the East Indie Company, Jtl.000,000 slerl.ng. India bonds being given aa security. Tbe U. S. frigate Plymouth left Southamp too on tbe 6th iost. Tbe U. S. (team frigate Sotquehanna bad left fur Spezzia. Tbe diicharging of tbe Atlantic cable from tbe steam f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 October 1857

aneotis , A MuRDRa m rm HtrkN or Kkw York . KwcMrB -or- tnn Mvrdkrer The - New York Courier of ths 1 Ol fa itmt. has the fol- lowing acconot of a murder in I list city ! . -About 10 o'clock on Saturday nig lit, an onprovoked and (Ji.ibolicul murder tti perpe trsted in Tenth avenue, near Twenty-first street, by one of gang of three miscreants, and unfortunately the murderer and hit party (wiped, and thus far have eluded the police: ' It appear that John Sweoson anil hii wife Margaret, who resided at No. 310 West 'Tsrenty-seventta street, were reluming home from market at the hour above named, and while passing through Tenth avenue, near ' Twenty-first street, were conversing together, when the gang referred to made their appear ance, and one of them, pretending that be thought Swctison's remarks were intended fur him, aeked him what he was saying. Mr. Swenson replied that he bod not spoken to him. The fellow then struck Mr. Swensnn, und knocked him into the gutter. M r. Swen son sros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 October 1857

0 i r jj (Tram the F.ven'nf. rt J MONEY. fiocceaa wP gild tha Mitrt pill, While failure sour luuiey The Burnt cure for every ill And every grief ie Money I you should wodnd cne'a firtet feeling, By being rude or rali. And can't succeed the hurt la healing By gentle meant, try Cash There' nothing like it 'liees aura as "Death, or qoarta-iUr i" A man is never put in dureee Whwli he's preps rvi to psy. The billions nnn will bsebis bile, The tiller mac to frown The iconsoll le will mile At a sight of m ine y dotcn. Business gone on hy era end lend Just m you "foot the hills." If any jb you have on hand (Sticks fast juet "great tht wheels." 60 in the tore! pinch in life, One fnnd will never f.il Barer tin 11 f.ithfr. cr -titer, wife That is, 'cash the rail." Jfanner's tj);utafnt. Profits of the Chines Sugar Can The senior publisher of thie paper hat cul tivated, during III preoenl year, tine-eighth of nil ncre of ground in Chinee cane. It was planted in drills, in the am enauiier you wou...

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