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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 October 1857

NEW, SERIES, VOL: 10, NO. 3l SUDBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, P A,j-S ATURD AY, OCTOBER 31, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOIv 18. NO- The Sunbuty American. 'nUtUBBD IVJtftt SATCR&A1 ". BY H. B. MASSER, ' ' Market Square, tfunewry, fwl. .. . tIEMi Ot tUBCltlPT10N. TWO DOLLARS f uuuffl to b paid half vrly ia :aarara. ri papet riiKUiitiiuMd uiiIU au.air.vea.ar u' anmmunicatioii. or Mti o kiuinrM relating m a to iawi attaalioa, bush POST fAllt. TO CLUBS. Tlir.. .opi. I address, W S.v.n - g r,U... D '--; 00 Piva dollar. In arivaaae will pay f tare vaw'asab- -.i.ti.m tu lb Am.rican. .- . . ,,,....,. will pleas. ' Af,,M ml fm"k ....l.,it.iiiiMi subscription ni'in.y. 1 n.r are parum- tvdutlii. anJar Iks Post Ottos Law. . . i . TERMS OP ADVERTISING. a. So.. Of 11 una., a nmwm, '5 ao Su uo Av.rv sua, "'eat msam. Oaa Souai a, . laaaiaa, ail m'mtba, iartwS 0da of Fl. Il.'aa, P""' ' Mar.h.nl. and other., advertising ay tk Jaw, with th privilege .rias.rl.sg d,(r.r.nlUverti..m..it. weekly. OS" l.arif Adva...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 October 1857

ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. TRRKK 1AV LATER FKOAt KUIIOPK. LA TEH FROM INDIA. CoteTa! ttavelock itill at Cowopt-re The mo ney Crisis in England- Diicount Hates ad vanced In 7 per Cent Triumph of Prioress -Death of Lecompte. Vrlr Vnnir fid 9' ' The steamship Btltio 1ms arrived, with Li verpool dates to Wednesday, the 14th init., foor days latof. 1 " ' ' - . The Baltic brings 72,000 sterling and 160 passengers. The race for. the great' Cznrewilch Handi cap, at New Market, resulted in tbe triumph of Mr. Pen Broock's "Prioress." Tbe suc cess of the American horse was recoived with great cheering, and she immediately beenme tbe first favorite in tbe butting for the Cam bridgeshire stakes, to bo ruu for at New Market, on the 27th of October. Bolero tbe race. 100 to 1 was laid aeainst Prioress. The American horso I.ecompte died from ao attack of cholic. Prior bad been strick en out of all his engagements for tbe present! In the race with Saunleer, the ' Babylon paid forfeit. Lator dales from 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. — 31 October 1857

PEHItltLVAKiA LEOULATtHE. ' Srastoa Or 1858. ' , -Wi hava nrenarei from the returns r ceirnd the following list of the members of the next Legislature or this atsta t . . SKNATM. ' ,"' ' (New membert marked ttitk a tlar.) . rminJtuhiti City Samue1 J. Randall, d - Philadelphia County LUrlan Ingram,' d., . K. 1,. Wright, a., "i. n. r'" "-,. Chtiter and Delaware 1 bomae 9. Bell, d. ' JIbnfi7omry--TboroM P. Koox, u. Merit John 0. Evans, d. . . : , -'.- Pucks Jonathan Ely, d. - Carbon, Monroe, -c I hotnss Craig, d. Northampton and LehtghJoMph Lau- hj(dam and Franklin Geo. W . Brewer, d. Northumberland, Montour, jC Chorle R Buekalew, d. , moerand oW 'rry ITenry Potter, d. Somerset, frc William V. Scbell.d. ; Washington and Greene Oeo. W. Mil- laTLawrnr, 'c. William M. Francis, op. ,j Schuylkill O. M. Slraob, d. 7aiim oiirf leoanon John B. Ruther ford, op. - , . Lancaster Bartram A. ShaeDer, op., Robert Baldwin, op. . Centre, e Andrew Gregg, op. lilair, gc John Creewflll, d. Luzerne, frc G...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 October 1857

i a t i rg "WOBKtNQ TOGrBTHEB. V esuat, D. ! mU to Mary . ton years egot Nearly all at a tore of wealth , ' Consists of will, and strength, tnJ health Bay, will yo marry roe new or not ' an work well for our dally bread; If yna will share my earnest toil, And make tt light with word and smile, W can b sappy, tho' lightly fed. Dot It w witt till t tarn mora gold, Many long yeara may wear . One may become the tetnptsr'e prey, Or both grjw selfish dull and cold. Hope ia before us, borttonlng on, Faith alanJa beside ua patiently, Earneat effort la born with me, And the goal wa aeck oVall yet be wan. , JTwo haartt and heads are better than one. What, tho' there be more moutha to fed, 'Tis hut the croaking of petty greed To find excuses for living alone. You will be the bright atar of my home, ; G tiding me to a raven of rest Think how little, with hope eo bleat. My idle fancy will care to roam.' 8aid Mary, nut of her large, kind heart i . "I will go w''h Jou' UP ' down, Whether Our fortu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 November 1857

-5BT- I r Ay NEW SERIES, VOL. 10v NO. 33: SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, P A.S ATUItD AY, NOVEMBER 7, 1S57. OLD SERIES, VOL' 18. NO- ? -. . . ; . - .. ....... . , AVV ' V ' AWAY WAY l-'VY AWY The Sunbury American. V , ; PUBLISHED EYfcRV SATCRDAT' . -- ; -BY H. B. MASSES, . - Umrktt Square, Sunbury,Pennm. , . '- . TERMS OF b"u BSCRIPTION. ' twii nm.LAKS nw euunm to be paid half ynriy in ' idnin. No pep discontinued until iU arreuge. era - Trt Mmmiiiiintinni or letter, on batiiKM relating to the enVe, W HtMii attention, muM be fCiki' VAiU. TO CLUB.. Flvedillar. In advenee will pay for tbree yeer'e.ub- .rlptiop to the Am.nc.ll. . - ' P,.tti"er will pl.ct our Aeriiu, and frank anheeripttim money. They .r. permit- ledoltni ttr tha Post Office Law. TKBMBOF l)VEBTIIIfil. ..!- o(U llii,3t'". . t"i - 4li nvntn, '" ""'A-.j. ..r Pi, lin.i. aar M iTw. . id nthara. a.lertiaii. by taa 7 . 1 -j..-riitnnti wneklv. UN or Adeni..a..ia.a. par (raaBaal. JOB PRINTING, vr. htiva a.mneaiad with o a.t.l.l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 November 1857

7 v5 -ATVAL OF THE INDIAN AND AEAGO. fOVR DAYS LATER FROM EVROPE. -9,000 in Specie Financial Affair in Europt Bank of England, BBank of Franc, 1Bank of Hamburg, 9 J Ame rican Stocks Km Contoli, 88 1 a 881 Fatwrablt Harvest. ' ' " Tbe steamer Indian bat arrired with Liver pool date to tb 2 1st nil. ' Sh furniibei nothing later from India. ; The iteamebip Arago, Capt Lines, which left Havre and Southampton on the 21st of October, arrived at New . York yesterday morning. ,. ' She bring! 239,000 dollar In specie. -- Amog the pansengers by the Arago are Angnde Belmont, U. 8. Minieter at the Magna, Charles Looser, Consul to Austria, the family of Colonel Fremont, Lorenzo (Starr, Bearer of Despatches, from London, nd Bishop Alaruhant, of New Orleans. The Bank discoant at Hamburg had ad vanced to per cent. At Dremo tha tightness of the money market was more severe. Tha Legislative Assembly is to be con voked about the end of Novomber. The Council of State was to resume its lubors on toe 20t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 November 1857

a. tmtiimmmmmmmtttmmltimmerrrrmmKifmt TUB isOVMItt AFFRAY AT CUANIKNI. . Bt'RO. Toe ChstnbersbarK Vatev Spirit, of Wed eesday, eonteins probably the most correct rPpOrl Ol sno uiuuriiuiiaiw un; v"n'"( o- barg, or wnicn we nsve aireauy puuinueu several iccoonti. It says ! Some years sgo a son of Neville B. Craig, Esq.. a distinrarebed cltiteo of Pittsburgh, married a daughter of Chambers M'Kibbin, " lisq., the well koowti and highly esteemed proprietor of the Merchant's Hotel, and at present Naval Officer at Philadelphia. Ow ' ing te alleged miicondiict on the part of Mr. Craijr, his wifo separated from him and with their children returned to hor father. , About two years ago, Mi M'Kibbin pur. '.' chased a farm lying a short distance ouUide of the corporsted limits of this borough and removed hither with his wife and the younger 'members of bis family together with Mrs. 't'rtig and ber Interesting children. : Last summer an afflictive event cast its shadow over the boooehold. A gun i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 November 1857

1 .mj JoTffift Bngld, .0 poverty ami in pain ; tears Jiang boaty In my ye, Bathers can down lik rato, I fray bar half ef all! had Repressed the rising sigh f For tnfHkltig of the day to cow, I kept myconrago high. Farewell I I said, if seasont pen, And sunshine follow rain, And morning dawns on darkest bight, You'll tee me back ogaio. t left my love Id England, And tailed the. stormy , To ear my bread by daily toil, Ad honest man and free. I wrought and itrov from morn to Bight And taTed my little ttore i And every tummer pave me wealth, And made tbe little more. At longth I bought tbe 6eld I plough J The tunaliine followed tho rain j The morning duwn'd on hear Dight, And 1 went back again, I tought my love In EnglanJ, And brought her o'er the tea A happy man, a happy wife. To bless my home and me. Uy farm it Urge, my wantt are small, I bid my care depart, And tit beneath my own oak tree, With proud yet grateful heart, The children smiling round tbe board, Ne'ur ask for bread in vai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 November 1857

Or ii N'KW SEMES, YOL. 10, NO. 34. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- 18. NO- 8. The Sunbury American. FVDM8HKD fcVEKt 8A.VKHAY BY H. B. 14AS31iiB, Market Square, Sunlury, Ptnn. terms or sTiTscniPTioN. rVO DOIXAU9 per to t lf l"r,T J? communication, or ...tier, on b- -Jfttaf Ik. eiRc, W "" aueiiliiui, uiu,t r6 TO C1AB. "" ? mo.. Firieen . . v Viv.i..ipt advance wiiip.r ft r''"- -r,pthmto lh Americ.ri. P,.t,i.ters will plMl nar Agents, end frank . t.?" .rhii.Hi money. Tli.y sr. p.rom- TERMS t) F ABVIiBTIIim. nf H lines, lllaes, . tlM mmMi'i - monlh". l m"!""', f F" ", r ". M.rrhrr. not others, silvertisin ly the wirt H Privilege of setting rfiTrr.nt nlvertisemnits wX.y. CT " lrg Advni..Mi.ente.aa ner .(ra.m.t. 10 SO" SOU ISO tlH W. hv. o miift teil with nr Sstabttiliaieiit wot laVed liOHOFFICK, wh.eh will e.o.1.1. HiluumM , M; n'eitwt t 'g;.f.vif'. "f gli"t'''g' ATTORNEY AT LAW, BU2TBTTE.V, PA. Ru-in.ss attended In In th Counties of Nor ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 November 1857

Cclcjrapjjie tctos. Ths tew York linitka. Nw York, Nov. 0. Tha following Is the condition of the Hants or tbis ciljr ns kowa by their weekly statement i Iucrase of Lr.ans, f.M?,000 " Specie, 3,f03,000 Circulation, l'O.Oi.'O " Dtfupoiils, 7,431.00(1 The B-tki hvlJ neatly i:0,!00,OOU iu specie. At a BHtinj of Dink Office) held today It was resolved to redeem daUy from Noveai bar ICtli, the sstro as previous to tliu suspoa sion; and one January Ul to rtJrtni at par "0 per cent of the amount held b; tho city Banks on Not. It'.th and 20 pur cent mouth ly thereafter. Alao ufler Peeetnhef 1st, to pay 6 per cent on tho amount held November liith. The resumption of specie payment was Lot considered. Pjtcttrraeut nl Jlw York. 77ie 'Hunger Mob" ,1iyvr H 77ii-.ori.'-rof 2V P. J. A'. -Sill Treasury it Ihvujcr. New Youk, Nov. '.). -This being t lio day, to which tba leaden (f tl o 'lmn-jer niub" limited the r.'ly authorities in g'Mtig 'hen re lief much excUetnc-nt has beta: c iui-cd hy the failur...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 November 1857

Otfl. Benton on tBo Independent Troa . Bury System. Whenever men talk of the currency, lha tiamtofTbotnaiH. Beoton comes up. Hit vigorous and tonorout eloquence during (Jen. Jackson't Administration will sound through centuries of time hi ttronp, massive rhe toric will be reed by generations to come, and the truth be hag spoken or the Indepen dent Treasury will never be forgotten, Impe rious end naughty as ho is, his-is a character that has outlived detraction, and at this time commands respect, even where his opinions re objected to. We cannot read these 6 oe hearty passage from one of hit speeches, twenty ycart ego. in support of the Indepen. dent Treasury, which is now a law, and wbicb be to boldly pushed opon the statute-book, without feeling proud of such ttatesnmn: Phila. Press. ': "I am for restoring to the Federal Trea tory tho currency of the Constitution. 1 am for carrying back this government to tho solidity of its founders. This is a great oh iect in itself a reform of t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 November 1857

fm IN nwon Josvnal ferwrtba. boaudxito noxnTD At sixteen, with a Tilinut heart, The task 1 did conitnene", "To teach young ldoa bow to snoo Tbe germs of common sods Ah. yes I mighty tsk i that. Hut very soon 1 foul That it eras not simple on To go "bonding Tumid." Th timet were different then from flow, Th folks were diflurcol too) Tbe "master's path with honor bright Quit thickly tbcy did strew f And questious gravt, and problem! Deed, That did their brains coufouod. They always would be sure to keep Till he came "boarding round." Fathers would talk of politics, Or church affairs propose, And if my views were not like theirs, A warm dispute aroeo. And some old "posers," sly and wise, Did oftentimes propound Questions that sorely puzzled me, 'When 1 went "boarding round." Tbe mothers tslked of rude young girls, Of sermons, books, and boys ; Hut always tried their best to add Vnto my earthly joja For, did 1 cutch Hie slightest cold, Or bourse my voice should sound, 1 got a dose of ca...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 November 1857

. mine 1 VAX ISTi:W SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 35. SUNHUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- 18. NO- P- 1 Sunbury American. IBHKD EVERY sAILSDAY 1Y II. B. MASSER, .iXarket Souarr, Sunlury, Henna. TtR.MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO POLLAK9 per aunuiii ti 1 nnid half yasriy in advstce. No paper .liKcotaii.utd until all atietigei ait A ll eoroinuiuratioiia or tetters on hn.ineiw relating to the vfric, to mawe attention, uuna be POST l-All. TO Cl.LT.8. Titree enpie 19 one adttiet. 13 W Seven Lu la 10 (Hi fifteen Do ! 800 Vive '...liars in advance will pay fr tart yaat'taub- iiption l- llie American. Poi,natcr will plee act as nr Ae.uta, and flunk eer c 'iiuiuiiiig enbrriitioii mousy, 'l'iiey 111 prrmn. IcdjUni under the I'nat ouica Law. TKBMS OF ADT UT1IIMJ -.ir !qi. of 11 lines, J tlmaa, i o ts u e" SOU u .'.VC.v Sua. -eiu u.niim, )nc i'imie, mouths, in-ntha, ins yenr, II i.inesi Caida of Five lint, par iniwi, March una and other, advcrliain. by tha .e.r, wi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 November 1857

California Tctos. By the Steamer Granada, from Ila vnna, at New Orleans. The Vigilance Committee Their I'malti'.' Hveoked Important from China lianish went cf European Resident from Xitippa jVctr from Vie I'lainsOnc IlundrtU Venom Slain by the Indian?, f,-c, Nkw Om.r.iNH. Nov. 13, 9 o'q, P. M. Tlie steamer Orauudu's mails ry just beeu received. 'J'he Oroiisda hJ bii detained at nuaran. lino since her urral, mi uccouut of tuo yel low ftver coiit'.gion. Tbo steamer SI. Louis, which sailed from Havana on tlio lOlh inst, takes forward over million cf dullnif. CALIFORNIA. 1 he news from California is unimportant. Tbe iniiiin; operations continued of on en couraging character. Th Vigilance Committee have revoked the penalties attacUnJ lo their sentence of banihnicnt. FROM TI!i: BI.A1N3. An nriivnl from tho Plain? brings the in formation tlint, between the lOlli oud I2tli or September, a train, consist infj of an hundred person?, hnd been attacked by th Indians, mid nil had been sluin with...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 November 1857

From Hi tViike-Brr Time TUB tirCK.1T TIIAOKD I PHIL A DEL Till. 1 . ' ", A lUrtlinff rtimtvr reached liorft by !! graph on Friday last, that Mr. Richard Car ter, President o'rtha Anthracite Eank of 'I t mnqnn, had been killed by a pistol tbot in -Philadelphia. By the mail we learn the par ticular! which are g'ven irt another column. ' There are or course many errora in nil or the statements, end lome things ere staled which re entirely new to the friends of the mis guided young woman. The first I business connection between the deceased und the father of Mr. Smith was the partnership or Carter, McLeulay , at to , In the Anthracite Iron Furnace near Wilkes Barre in the fall oM8.t4. I.insiness brought Mr. Carter frequently to Wilkes-Ifarre where became acquainted with the only daughter Mr. John McCauley, hi partner. The young lady was then atone of the schools in pluce. in conversation with an aotit of the young dy, a sister of ber rather who kept house for ..m', Mr. Carter proposed t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 November 1857

0 c t r 2 LomcutfttioDB of John Green. Stable Keeper. as Arm-mo lat for tub nxitn twu. Ccmo all. whose bosom pity fee), My linnl condition pet, A in! eineo I cannot pay my bills, Give credit unto mo. My warrant many a mare hoi At mart nnil country fitirj But now I suffer you behold. ly warrant from the Mayor. In vain his pitience to implore, I pleaded my clietroB ; I ccnld not pay one petty mnre, l''or I was penny lest. Too late alas 1 1 now begar, My errors to amend, .And found that cv'ry itabU man. Is not a stable friend. I once bad store of hay and corn. And day of plenty sw, l?ut now exposM to public-scorn, I a tn a man n' straw. They only Know whom Torture' frewn Compels to drink Ilia cup. IIow much a man is tnktn a.tm By being takcu up. Tho cheapest corn'orts are forebid i And tliu' it Hounds to odd, My lips have sea.c ly flowed kquul. fciucu 1 bavo been iu quod. Tlie spicy bowl and flowing can, I now "must never touch, Though noar the spot where many a wan lias had a Drop tat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 November 1857

;new semes, tpi-10, NO. 36. SUN13UltYvN01lTnUMn;itIAN Va .-SATUIID A Y, NO VKM13EU 23, 1857.: :; rOLD SERIES, VOL- IS. NO 10. .The SunTjuiy American rUDUSHED EVERY CAItRDAY "' ' BY II.' S MASSES: : r J .Marie Square, Sunburjf, Pmni.4 TfcH MS OF BUBftCnlP tlON. Tvn t)Oi,i,AR9 pnnunnm tVt pnM holf yriy in 'i ..... ...ni Afj. arreuata at rover cc. w i- . - - r"AliMn,.nanic0.ion.Ar.r. off -, jM MlntlS, Id lli. I tines, lo lnui iremn.ii, TO CLUBS. "Tires copies It oneadiits.s, ', ' . . ""n I!" i!J t.100 10 00 sooo Fie dollar advance willptT for thrse real esnb- Scription lo the Ainrricn. Ho.tm.nlfr. wi'l plcn et out Apentt, iwl Trunk !.ue tmni..? saUrl,!. money. They remit ted t6 da tHii .1 't uff'c - TERMS OF AITEKTIino rveFqa- oil Unci, S time., I ,e,v . One q"oe, month., ( n.'.'.'.r.; Ctii of Ft. I.e., r" "-. . iit. with !i r-rivilcire of ii.riing S sou JtfO to no .... l ,.,.nn.rl with onr !itnlili.nment rieele. J.IIK'FFICK, winch wlllenabl u. to ecitti. .the neut-.t :yie, every vtuie...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 November 1857

nr i 1 5, li.rm on tha Ohlolxl.ea Coal Boats Bnk - On lluudrrd LlTft l.ott. Oiicom.Ti, Nov. S3. The steamer lie public, arrived at Louisville on baturday, reports that aixtcen coul boats were sunk d'mug tbe storm on Wednesday last, in the Ohio end Mississippi rivers, Bear Cairo, by which it is estimated that one hundred lire were lost. The bouts contained 300,(100 bushels of coal, Valued at 130,000, which it a tptul Ions. Th crew were principally from riltrbttrg and Louisville. ' The steamboat Gladiator reports other toata swamped aad Buuk at low down ui New Madrid. - Passengers from Kvonsville report (be storm along the lower Ohio as terrific. None of the bouta were able to run doing its prer. alcuce, and all had to lie up.' From YVashlngisn Th4 Utah Expedition Tht President Intuited. Waphixoto.v, Not. 23. The visit of Sir William Oueely to the President, on Snt.cir. day, was one of courtesy merely. He hat uot yet officially informed him of the precis character of Lis mission, j Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 November 1857

li ,iBui.i.tiiJC!ars ARBIVi L OF THE ATLANTIC. , i ' LATER FROM EUROPE. v Ltttr from India Capturt of Delhi Con ' firmedKing of Dtlhi Surrendered Hit , Lift Spared Hie Two Son$'ShotLuek. new Relieved Th Panic in Europe Important Financial Neu;iank and Mer eantile FuilweTh Bank Kate Ad- . vanced to 10." r " ... ' New Yohk, November 22,-r-The steamshin .' Atlantic hrrived this evening, with Liverpool . dales to Weduesday, tho 11 ill Inrt. The Atlantic brings iC,000 slerlinj in vpecie. . . " The trews brought by tin Atlantic i very .important. It embrace luter advices from .India, and llie prepress of the finnnciul crisis. J TLe stringency io the money market cootie ned unnbmei), nnd the Hank cf Englaud had again edvauced the rata of liiiccuiil ono per ' cent,., pinking the present rate leu per ceut. The latest Oil vices from Liverpool en Douuco that the . City Hank of Olusgow (topped payment on Wednesday morning. Messrs. Heiiuistoun & Co. bava failed. Their liabilities are estimat...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 November 1857

) ( 1 r ) '. - . A MEDLEY. The poculj'nritjr iu tlio following iiigenionr ly collected litua consists in this, lliut each hue it cue of Well known verses, and jet they lire) well collated tUnt th.y rhyme uud are ui' the suuio metro : The moon was shining silver bright. All bloodless hy the untrodden snow ; When freedom from the mountain height, Exclaimed, "Now don't to foolish, . J ou !'' An hour passed en tho Turk awoke, A bumblebee went thundering by, To hover in the sulphur smoke,- h And Fpread its j-ull upon tho sky. His echoing axe Iho toll lor swnrff, I lo was r. lad of high renown ; e And deep tbe pearly caves nmon.7, " Uilca fccroggius courted Molly Browa. Lood roars tho wil J, inf ffii?lttr;t 1 list, And cloudless act the run at even ; When twilight tlrws ore fallmi: fuel And roll the thun Jet-drum uf heaven ! Oil, cvor thas, from childhood's hour, By torch and trumpet fast arrayed ; TScncathyon ivy-mantled tower, The bullli'Oijcryalia his aoirtijdu. Oh, my love is like t!....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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