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

. , - " 4 I - ,1 ! - ') ? .'. '! '1 - J new series, you io, no. 37. SUNBUIIY; 'NORTHUMBERLAND. COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, DECEMBER .5, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- IS. N(). U- : ; tt..t j - The Sunbury American. . PliliUslIKD JSVKIIY SATtHJMY BY H. B. MASSER, . ' Market Square, Sunbury, rnna. TERMS OF III DSCRiPTION. TWonOLI.ABSref""1 le pid ball Tmriy in ' advuc. No Uiwaiau eeU until aij. aiMiigw ,Ati!miiiin1.k.lioii. or tellers On niuniieM relating to " tj,, BiBc0, to lusuia aitwitnoi, mull be I'OSl 1 AlU. TO CLUBS. Thret eopin f 'IJ'e" - ?!! Seven P" fi - i Fifteen 1 S,,W0 Five dollar In tvttee will pay for three year's sut teriptUui to the American. Mmmn will pl" oot Are'"" lett.rs eontanun .uliptinn minify. I hey art permit- TERMS OF AD V F.KTIStNO. OneSqu- of l-i lln,3tline, Kverv "- .'lent 'V'l'a, tine ft l""" ei month., is. ainmns, r' :. C..U r rive tin... per annam, Mwrhant. ami other.. ailyrrtiMiia: l.y the yMf, vr.th the privilc-ne of iii.erl.nl rti(r-rent.vetti.ement. weekly. W Lai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 December 1857

mar Ann 4itxz FOtH DATS LATER FROM LIVER- POOL. . ftTKAMKR FILTOS OtFCAPK RACE. f200,000 ii -Specie Tht Financial Crisii in England and lanct -Money Markets Im proving toi Failures Fall in Bread ttvffi Centals, 89J a E9J. , ' St. Johns, Newfoundland. Snlnrday nfter xiiwi, Nov. 28. Tim New York linj Havre Meauwhip l-'ulton, Cupluin Wooslen, passed Cape Race lust eveujng at 5 o'clock. She left JIavro on the 17th inst., and Southamp .un bt 3 o'clock on tha afternoon of the 13th list. She lias ou board 71 passengers, 220, )00 in specie, and a very large an J Valuable :argo ol French merchandize. The iultou'i dales are four days luter (ban those brought by the Vanderbilt, iirpHK Luiuif raiini'ii iroin mm uu r.u i I Aut-1 I 1 I1 - - - . 1 - & J . - 'tlie Cuuard steamer Kurnpa, from Boston, via Halifax, with American datci to the 4th of November, arrived ut Liverpool on the 10th iupt. Tbe financial advice's bronght by the Ful Icih, although not as exciting us those of tlie Vanderbilt, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 December 1857

(Mifoniia life AEEiyAL OF THE DAKIEL WEBSTEE iFfom Havana, at Wew Orleans toiih - 9500,000. , The Northern Light for a New York, with $2,000,000 The Netes of the Loss of the Central America in California The Pa cific Mail Steamship Company Denounced Mormon Affairs llun on Vie San Fran cisco Banking Houses, '.-', ' " The Daniel WfebsUr brings hair ft million 'of dollar from Havnnn. 8h experienced heavy Roles on the pol lute from New York tdjl a vane. The Pncif.c Mail Steamship Company'a "ateamer Northern Light, from A spin wall, with a fortnight' later news from Cnlifbrnia, Lad arrived at Havana, nnrl enilod for New .York on the 25th int. Sbe has on board two millions of dollar, in treason. The news of the loss of the Central Ameri ca caused a genera) gloom in San Francisco. The Courts immediately afljonrned. Various mass meetings were held, at which ropotntions 1 wore adopted denouncing the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. It was generally supposed ihnt the accounts of Indian depreda...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 December 1857

Tftti OVER THE WAY, When cold hearted poverty knocks at my door, And rolof-me of blowing! I gathered before, Tabes glass from my table, a coal from my fir. - And rob my dear NeMy in meaner attire, 1 envy eomatiines in the heat of the day My very good friend who Hvee over the way. Put when I (it down It my pleasant fireside. And count o'er the love I at never denied A ., My awect little tviln end the bal es at her knee, My health and my conecienco unsullied and tuie rree- No longer I suffer my wishes to atsy, Or envy my friend w bo Uvea over the way. He'e wealthy, but fertile t he'a I 'tied, hut olJ , . Ilia eon in a apemlthrtft, hi wile is a scold i ' Ituspicinus of oilier-", ill pleased with himaelf, , Hia only delight ia to reckon hie pelf. Were be aa ten liinea aa rich I'd refuse,- night anil day. To chtn; witti my friend who Uvea over the way. Though poverty frowning, peers Ir to my door. I'll neither I beaten ncr vsinly deplore I'll scare him away hy hard work if I can, And loo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 December 1857

- - ... . " i -- ' V- NEAY-SERIES! VOL. 10, NO. 3S. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- IS. v i . , ...... t i The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED BVERY SATURDAT ' - BY II. B. MASSEB,' . ' Market Square, Sunburyi Ptnna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "'j' TWO DOLLARS per aoimm lo bt paid balf yeariy In dvsrce. No paper discontinued, until ux arrengea ar communicntiona or letter on business relating to Wis Art, tu iii.ui. attention, mutt b POST FA1U. ... TO CLUBS. Tara eopiea to one address, Seven Do r.fieen Do . . Do MOO rivedoltara In advsnrs will pay for tare year's sub aaription to the American. Puetmnstera will ptease act aa oar Agents, and frank kltm oimtsinin. anhaeription money. They are permit tad to do thii under the Poat Office Law. TERMS Or ADVERTISING. 'Or-a ! of,a llnea,3tltnea, F-very auua.ient inaertion, On 9qut months, mmuhs, One year, n milium Cards of Five llnss, per annum, islarctaiiia and olliera, sdvertismg by ths . er, with the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 December 1857

,a"S MESSAG. the Senate nd IIovi cf Vll : ct to tht commar-d cf tbe con ..e now become my duty "to givt information of the State of the reeomuiend to their consideration .res" as I judge to be "necessary g auu , and above ell, oor thanks ere due oty God for the numerous benefits . baa bestowed upon thii peeplu; nltml prayers continue to ascend to t lie would continue to bless our vpublic iu time to come He has ' in time past, adjonrometilof tie last Congress bate enjoyed nn-.nniisuel do. ''10 ea'rtb has yielded her id has bouulifully tewar-usbundman.-. Our great Jed hinh prices, aud, op Hod, our manufacturing, nanicfll occupations have .a' of the eeneral nrosDerity. glased all the elenionta of uiaUv . ' 1 . , 1 1 L . .1 in ncu euuuoancB,, miu jvt, uvv Jing all these advantages, our coun ila monetary Interests. 1 at tue presvn .lent in deplorable condition, ... In the midst of unsurpassed plenty in oil the productions of agriculture and in all the I'lenieuls'of national wealth, we fi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 December 1857

Congressional tt'eiui 1WEJITT-PIPTH COIORUh Opening efthe IhiIm. . Both Houses Fully Organised. Washington, Pee. The weather to-day i charming, and tbe opening of Congress baa attracted dense :rowds ia lbs galleries of both honsea and Jther parti of the Capitol. The 'greeting letwecn the member! and their friends served to render tbe scene pleasantly exciting. ' Sex. On the roll being, called fifty 3enators answered to their names. The Senate was called to order by the Secretary, bo read a letter from Mr. Breckinridge, Tico President, stating that he would not be tble to reach Washington at tbe commence Dent of the cession. :. '" On motion of Mr. Benjamin, a resolution ras adopted, that the oath required by tho Josntitution be administered by Mr. might, he oldest member preseut. Messrs. Andrew Johnson, or Tennessee, nd Mr. Clark, of New Hampshire, new lcmber", were sworn in and took their scats. The Senate proceeded to ballot for I resi ent ;-i o import of the Senate, when Hon. lenj...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 December 1857

THE HUSKERS. , ; . . BT JOIIK O. WUITTIEft. llrap high the farmer'! wintry hoard I - Heap high the Golden Corn I . ' No richer gift ha A utumn poured , . From out her levislihorn. ) ' ' . Let other lands exulting glean . - ' , The apple from the pine, . ' ;-.r ' The orange from the glossy green, ' o The cluster from the Tine: : J. .k .(. We better love the hardy gift ' , - Our ragged vales bestow ; . ' '" : ' To cheer ua when the atorm ahall drift ' ; Our harvest fields with enow. '. '- - When rring-time came with flower and bud, And grassy green and young, And merry bob'links, in the wood, .. v 5 4' .Like mad musiciana sung. We dropped Ihe seed o'er hill and plain, Beneath the awn of May,. And frightened from -our eponting grain ''! The robber crow away. AH through the long btijjhl day of June, - Its leave grow thin and fair, .. -And waved in hot mid-summer's neon y '. -- Ila soft end yellow hair. ''?''', - v ' And now, when Autumn'e moonlit eye ; , Ila harvest time ba come, Wc plu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 December 1857

5y mertiitt- NEW SEMES, VOL. 10, NO. 39. SUNBUIlY, NOltTIIUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- IS. NO-13 The Sunfcury American. PUBLISHED EVERT f ATt'KDAT BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunlury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS rer iinniim to bo paid half yenriy in rdvarc. No paper ilicoi,linued unlil all airei.gw aie ''A1ienmmunlr.tlon. or letter. . ' r" ,n lie oifu-, to in.uie mention, mu.t l 1 OS I Aiv, TO CLUBS. Thro copies to one addioaa, "(8 Seven " 2(M,0 Fifteen U" Uo , , FWc dollar. In ..Irene, will pay for thie. y.at'..ub a.riptionto the Ametic.n. Ud to do this under the l'ust Office L.w. - , r. aa 1 ' A T K RMS OF AM""1"" Onrfqn--- of IS lines, 3 time., f.v,x- owi. tri't. iii'eilion, One S'Uiaie, uir-sth., ia m'Mith., rwies. Card, of Five tinea. r n Xh., t. and other., .dve,t,Bn? by h. 61 4s 3H II" 3l)i) year, with the privilege oi i- s ,prin aiflrent dvrriwernenti. wW . ,,,,, ly Laurel Advemeemem..- i- - JOB PRINTING ,,nr ert-il-l...

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

otcip D'cfo Takrival of the eueopa. REE DAYS I.ATTH I HOJI I I HOPR.j ?rtant from Dtllti Central llaetlock Enforced by the Mil and 03d liegimenl j, ' Thousand of the Enemy Killed. 1 I, steamer Kurnpn, wit!) Liverpool dates '" 2Sth ult., arrived at New York yester- Tlio Europo brought TO passagera ami JCII.OCO in gold. Later advices hnd boon received from Tndin "nouncing tlio defeat of tlio Delhi fugitives various points, ond the safety of Lucknow, Mrong reinforcements of Dritisb troops bay- arrived near that place. ho Drilish government will assume, the .ontrol of affairs in Indh. 'l'lio London money market was Bligblly easier, with a less demand. The supply of gold is flowing in steadily. Tliu Dink of l'ranco has reduced its rates of discount 1 per cent. Ministers will propose a total abolition of the Last Indian Company's government as soon as Parliament meets, anil tlio Indian empire be brought under tho Uriti.li crown unii Parliament. Lord Claicdon has anno'inccd to a deputa lio...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 December 1857

immm man K MORMON ITtrtrtlTION. (lent of tlio Cincinnati Inquirer cent n-.u'ingmico irom mo mill, .on to Utah to bring the "Saints" ,:$, Tha letter ia dated Tort ...ov. IK 1 to Soys: "Armed parties hover around tlio camp of l ol. Alexander, on ureen river, nnu 1 oni in formed ho baaVwo ' Mormon prisoners, who wero taken in bis camp, 1 he grass near Us lias been Gred and consumed Putty or fifty acres of it. 1 1 was yet smoking when we came up Inst night. "We ore uow enenmpod in the South Van of the mountain awaiting the arrival of our provision trains. Throe ol twenty-six wagons each are here, and four more will be up in a day or two. We are in want of foroga very much. Our animals bavo had to subsist on tho grass and it is already covered with snow. You need not be surprised if wo lose neatly nil our animals. It will rerpiiro us about live lay more to collect all our truing and muster Col. McCrnw and his men into scrviro when we will go forward on to the waters of (.! recti lliver, ...

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 December 1857

WINTER. NSLATEO I ROM THE "FQXO Of BERANOER,' BT C. . O. Out fcalhet'd eunier-rhoir lias fled! Grim. Winter, ith his icy shield, . SpreaiTnvcr city, wood and field, Hath driven thorn afsr in dread. The Greybeard o'er my window pan T. aces in frost, hia ellln flowers i And my poor spaniel shivering, cower. From his cold Rripe, nnd howls with pair, Let's wait no lunger ! light the fire! Heap the abundant fagota higher, And warm our lieaita to mirth again ! The alindo-vs lengthen nnd thenteht Drives her Mack chariot o'er the snows ( But Love protect ua, dearest Hose ! We care not for the Day God's flight! Lo ! here come a joyous twain ! . A faithful friend with his fair brid This evening' gave!) divide, ' And share our hearth, and j -in cur strain. Such pleasure laughs ut frost, 1 trow, And adds unto our fireside's glow, While our hearts warm Jo mirth again ! Anon, beneath the shaded light Is s read the evening's repast ! This kiss then, Rose, must he the last Ere we of Bacchus crown t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 January 1858

i NEW SERIES, YOL. 10, NO. 41. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 185S. OLD SERIES, YOL- IS. NO-15. The Sunbury American. rUBLl9lIED EVERY SATURDAY BY II. B. MASSER. Market Sjuare, Sunbury, Vnna. T E It M 9 OF S U BS CHIPTI ON , TWO unLLAIll nr annum to be paid half year. 1y in advance. Nor-Arxa discontinued until all arrearages are pniu. TO CLUBS: Three Copies to one ndilrcss - 8 8 00 SWeii d i. do. .... in PO Fifteen do. do. .... no 10 Five dollars in advance will pny for three year's sub acrintion to lite Auicrieiin. i oainmstfrii will plrnine act ns eur Amenta, and frank letters coulHiliuijr suescnriion money, incy are pcium ted to do tin. under the Post Ollice I.hW. tciimi of advertising; One Square of VI lines' 3 times, ... Kery subsequent insertion, ... Cue Hijuare, U moiitlis, ..... Six n.ouilis, ....... Oik year, ........ l..it-s Cards or Five lines, per annum, Merchants and tln;rB, udve: tising by tla. year, Willi the privilcHcof iusciltiiguilU-rentnc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 January 1858

V s. ABKIVAL OP THE STEAMSHIP " TERSIA. TltrtEE IAVS LATLIX FROM EUIUtPE. 1'royrtss of the Financial Revulsion Heavy Failures in London, Hamburg, St.'Peten burg and H'anaic The War in India General lLivdock Surrounded by 70,001) Sepoys at Lucknow Generals Sir Colin Cumpbcll, Gccathcad and Grant Marching to fiis A id. The CunarJ steamship Persia, Cuptuin wudkin., which left 1 .) vvi pool at half pant three o'clock on t lie afternoon of Saturday, 12th iust., arrived at New York at hulf past 3 o'clock on Friday. A despatch from Iliiniburir of the Uth instant says : Tbo monoy crisis is becoming ! yet mote alarming-, a geiierul break upon cedit seems imminent. Tlio Kenuto will eit in permnnonco. j The bullion in the Katik of France contin ued to increase, and a still further reduction in the rata of discount was anticipated. A Berlin letter states ihnt the disturbing influence of the American panic had extended as far as Warsaw, where numerous manufac turers had failed. The Paris corresp...

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 January 1858

Congressional . Iftfos. COXORfcJS. CI.OSB OF TESIERDAY'i rROCKKDlXClS. Dovglat Doicn again on liigler and ihe Kansas Portion of the Message, f c. Bbsatr. After tho closo of onr report yesterday, Mr. Bigler said that no one re gretted morn than himself to perceive that the discussion on tlie Kansas policy of tho Administration was to bo precipitated upon the Senate and the countiy. lie preferred to ovoid difcnssion until the rosult of tho election on the slavery clause had transpired, aud nntil Kansas should present herself for admission as a State. But tho Senator from Illinois (Mr. Douglass) made a different policy necessary and proper, and ro alterna tive was left to the friends of tho Adminis tration bnt to respond. In his opiuion, tbo groat, spcecn ui in Senator, with all duo respect, was, after all, a huge structure resting on a very unsound aud insufficient foundation ; and what was still more extraordinary, it was sustained to no inconsiderable extent by the same author Hies ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 January 1858

ALMANAC FOR 1858, - PRKPARKD TOR THE SUNBURY AMERICAN," 8UNBURT, j?-A- A 5, Pi f ALEKDAR For Sunbury. --1.5; Salnrdaya. MONTH SUN B. O. O- D, O, P CT, 5i5l5.n. m.'h. RHI. SXTI. M TTW" January, lit Month a 4 a 6 7 P 7 4 12 SO OS so 43 1 t 12 IB 83 31 39 45 S3 49 a II 10 21 25 as 10 11 19 13 14 15110, 17:18 19 SO ti M S3 ' m us oa 0? ttA fin ao i-fi'fs s:"4"sll, TCBRVART, SJ Month 71 8: .1P 11,11 13 ulie i 17,18 19 so; a 44 7 S4 1 M 0 14 0 3 6 (3 21!lM)i!!3.S4 ES SO 87 7 8 ,10 11 19;13: 14!is!l6 17,1S'19,S0. 121 IIS, S3 S4 SS , S? ! id Sit 30'ai '!.! MARCH, 3d Month. l! , 3, 4 6, 6, 7 8: 10, II 12; 13 11 1.1 H17! 18 19 SO lil'Sa S3 34' Wild 47,1281)31) ; 1ai6'9':! b' 9' 10 ll'l'i 13 14 15j 1G' 17; 18 II) U0 ill VI ATRIL, 4th Month. MAY, Sib Month. a4:46 20 '37,U8 129, '30 31 , t, a a, 4, s 0! 7' til !) 10 11 12' n il is is n ie io, so ai .M s:t S4 ss an JVNE, :h Month 7 29 127,23.21). SO ' I.-' ' 1; ' 3 ! l' fl' 7 R I) 1(1: 20 23 17 12 4 SS Jl'LY, I 7tb Mouth lllia 13 II 15 18 17! IS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 January 1858

! i NEW SE1UES, VOL. 10, NO. 49. SUNBUItY, NOItluM13EULANI) COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 185S. OLD SERIES, VOL- 18. NO-10 2pie : , , , The Sunbury American. rfBLISllED EVKRV SATUKDAT DY II. 73. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBS CRIPtlOS. -TWO DO 1. 1. A (IS prr nnnnm to be poM tintf yenr ly in mlvnncc. Norru discunliiiueo until all arrearages nre paid. TO CLUBS: Three Copies in one address - 5 no P.-ven do. do. ... - l "It 1'iflecn do. do. - - 1W 0o Five dollars in ndvnnce will priy foi three year's sub scription to rhe American, r-oMmustei-s will plmacact n. mir Airents, mid frank leltersconmiulntt snhtcriplion money, iney uru peuni. tod to do Una under the Toll Oltice 1.UW. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Sti.nre of 12 lines' 3 times, J'.very sulieequent insertion, . - One Siilnre, 3 months, - " Six months, - - . - " ne veftr. -.-- Husii'irM Cunts or Five lines, per annum, -JUeicinnls and others, ndvs'liainn ly the venr, with ih i.rivitHirpui' imi;rftiiiL' dltlcre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 January 1858

j ' ! U.J.1-. S7 II AIHUSBI RO, Jail, 4. Itolh parties of lite House of Representa tives belli a caucus this even! g. Democrats nominated Hon. A. B. Lftncnlier, ofMontjjomery toanty, ns Speaker tin 1 ho first bollot, which stood ;A. IS. lon poker, C8 ; (Juorire N. Smith, of Cumbria. 9. Captain Jacob Zciglcr was noauiim.ed us clerk onim iiiicusly. The Republicans nominated Hon. Tho. Ttiuilifrs ns c'prnler ; no nomitiution for ilftk was mtid, end it is probable Hint ths vote fur Mr. Zeigler will bo mntle ununinious a hnitilgorae compliment, which is that treti tlemun's abilities at on officer and cuortesy us a geotlsmtin eminently merit. Alnriulng News from Knnstit, CINCINNATI, JaU. -1. The St. Louis Democrat, rornireJ here snj-s Hint puesiTifrers from Kansas fur.iish the fol lowing extfitiiijr reports: On Friday, tho 2."ith ult., news rcuhed Lenvenwoith that on engngcineut hud occur red between thn Free tstoto militia, under Uen. Lane, nt Supur MonoJ mid tlio U. S. dragoons. The offi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 January 1858

California U'clus ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHERN LIGHT. Later from Nicaragua General Walker a Passenger on Parole General Wulker and liiO Men Captured by Commodore Pauldtng, f of the Frigate Wabash $2,000,000 in Cold from California. New York. Dec. 27. 10 o'clock, P. M. The steamship Northern Light lias just arriveO. wiih California date to the Btb lust. Tuo Northern Light brings two mwons in gold from California. A mnno- linr naasengers ii General alker, who, with one hundred and fifty of bi men were captured by Commodore Paulding, of . . . . i i 'im. j ........... I i tho V. a. INiraie vvaoasu. i uo ueunoi is on parole. The men were placed on board tho U. 3. sloop-or wur Saratoga to be con il In Norfolk. Tho luke and river steamers on the Son Tnnn have been liandod ovei to Messrs. Gar rison & Morgan. Theso steamers had been mntiirod bv General Walker, but were rctiiken by an expedition from the Wabash. Port Cnslille had Bince been captured by General Walker, and a party of fifty Amer...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 January 1858

) 0 tJx 3 . From Ilia Ni w York Even ng rM SONG OF TIIE BTEET. , .. Rushing round the corners, ( honing every friend, P tinging into banks Nothing thora to lend I'it. nusly hcf tng Of every tnn you meet, Mess me ! ibis is plcasnit, "Sliiniiing" on the street. Mm hints trcry short, Kttrning neck an J neilt", Wnnt to keep a going P,. lying lor a check ! Illne ns blue can be, Evidently wishing 'J'liry were 'fancy bee." All our splendid railroads lid such dreadful knocks, Twenty thousand Dull Couldn't raise their stocks i Mnny of (lie Dears In the trouble-sharing, Now begin to feel . They' bten overbearing. Risky speculators Tumbling with the shock, Never mind stopping More than any clock ; Will they give big dinner, Smoke and drink and sup, Going all all the better For a winding up. Banking institution, Companies of "trust," With other people's moncv, Go off on a bust ; iousrs of long standing " ('rumbling in a night With so many "smnshcM." No wonder money's ti'jht. ftenllemen of means...

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