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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 January 1858

NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 43. v SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA .-SATURD AY, JANUARY 10, 185S. OLD SERIES, VOL- IS. NO- LThe Sunlmry American. rUBLISHUD EVERY SATtTtDAT BY II. B. MASSEB, Market Square, ISunbury, Penna. rr.llMS OF S V IIS CR1VTIOS. lull t.ARI prr nntinm to bp r-Vid half year. J. ncB Vlo Pdi.H,u..-ra until au. nrnauiige. re,-,a. XO CLUBS: Tur.e Copies t" one mblress .."." jo ( " Ki" dollar, m ncvnneo w,ii.ry f-i ted to il ) lliii uiulcr the l'mt PaVe kw- ,- K n M K OF ADVERTISING Oii.-!lnrcof 15 Hur' 3 timtll, i:vrrvulisiMuriit insertion, ' ' , MncS.l'.titrP. a nu'lltli j " . . Six iii..nlS, - Mlis C.ir.!s "r Tive lines. P imi ' r with the rrivi!KU inalini,'"",;"l"JiU 3 o . e ixi Ou 10 0' lZwA;u, a. ret "grermen. toys pniHTIHO- l' neal.st ''vJL:-"--r- ,, ATTOKNRY AT LAW, SVZ'ZVJXTT, FA. nu,inc..aUcnded .o n, the County shumbcrland, Union, Lycjiamg niomou Jolumbia. r.f. revccsin riuladclyhta . ' flu. fiililiniin. F.pq.. Hon. lob It . Tv,.m, . ' ' fc Co. . Jiomere 4 S...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 January 1858

r - folifoniia Tclt)5. IVAL OF THE EMPIRE CITY AT NEW OIILKANS. krrendcr of Col. Anderson Over a Million and a Half in Cold Coming. ( New Orleans, Jan. 11. Tlio U. P. M. stpamshiri Ktnnire City pas sed the Relizo, from Havana, which port she ioi t on the 9th inpt. The steamship Star oftho West, from As. pinwnll, bound to New York, had arrived at Havana. The Star of tlio West tins on board the Snn Francisco mails of lbC. 20th, and 1,000,000 in specie. NICARAGUA. Interesting news from Nicaragua is fur iii"heil. The U. S. sleamer Fulton arrived at As pinwall on the UOtn nit., bringing news from Creytown that Col. Frank Anderson, who, in command of some fifty men, the remnant of Walker's bnnd, had been left in possession of l'ort Castillo, bad surrendered to the officers ef tlio United States steam frigate Susque hanna. The river steamers seized by Cul. Ander Fon from the Cost Ricans were also taken possession of by the Susquehanna. lie and bis men will bo taken to the United States. Th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 January 1858

?. I.WVnKSCE HOTEL IR AO EOT. inl of Thomas Washington Smith Tor !cr of Hichtird Citrtor, Into of Tama County, commenced in Philadelphia lay in the Court of Oyer and 'i'urmi iro Judges Allison and Ludlow. day's l'reis says : oui t bouse Tr&3 crowded at an early ill the witnesses and parties interes- 10 case and it was exceedingly difficult reporters or those having official bus lb the court to find a seat, irisoner who stands charged with this offence against the law is a young crvous looking man, apparently thirty age we have been informed ho is outigor. He appeared rather restless itod, when first brought under the so many persons, but grudually settled ito a sort of lethargic dose, with his suing on one of his nr ns, and half de- 011 the rail of the dock. His sister, a !autil'ul young woman, although pale ixiety and care, sat close to bim out the dock. There were some other ro of his there, near bim, whoso names not ascertain, but he seemed insensible r presence and attention...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 January 1858

1 o t i x . THE SABBATH DAY. Tli week ia nearly closed and tho 8abhalli blessed Jar of rest to all, is at hand. The rich and the poor are nlike entitled t In blessings. The Habhath has properly been styled the poor mnn'i day, in which the following beautiful line can be properly Trad : Sabbath holv ! To tin.1 lowly, Still art thon n welcome day. When tli on crmcst, earth and ocean, Miapr and brightness, test and motion, Drip Hie poor man'a heart to pray. Fttn-wake forest ! l'lnU llint soatcfli OVr the mule empurpled moor Thrastle's soon, tli.il stream li'ie (Invest ! Wind, that over Jew drop popst ! Wcleomc in the woe-worn poor, T.itlla rivrr, Young forever ! Cloud, gold lrit;1it with thankful gleu Happy wood.l.lue, gladly weeping! (itint, within the wild rose keeping I (M, that they were blessed n ye. flM,nth holy ! Tor the lowly Taint with flowers they glitlctinr; scl, For aillictson'a son and daughters, Hid thy mountains, wood and waters, Pray to Cod, the poor man' God, rale youn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 January 1858

w u i w NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 44. SUNHUllY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1S5S. OLD SERIES, VOL- IS. NO- .The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVLllY SATU.UPAT BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Hunlury, Penna. Till M 9 OF S V US CUIPTW'S. TWO DOl.t-Ann per milium to 1e pniil linlf year ly m a.lvance. Norsiaa disc mtiuui-u mull At I. urrr:irjei ,r""d- TO CLUBS: Tlirsc Comci to one address - " ,5 Jl? Mev,,. do. .1... .... I I-.fteeii lo. Jo. .... Five dollsri in advance will eny f..i Hint year's sub Miiiitiim toihc Aineruiin. . . i utinirr will pleas" net an our Aeents. and Iran' letter, continuum sul is.-riit ion inoury. They arc penuil l-l to do lln. under the Port Ollice L-nw. IBHMI OF AOVBRIIUSO. One Si,unf of IS linn1 time, lA-cry subftpunent iniseruon, " oe S,u:ir-, U months, "-iK months. One vsnr. ,luii'lcsi Cnrds or Five liiKt, per annum, Meir-hanta uii'l o'Ikti. mtve-lising by llie ynr, wnti tlic pm-ili-eeol iiwcilingtiiilcrciit a.lvei- ei no if." 3 CI) t, on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 January 1858

Pennsylvania Legislature. Uarmsiu-iui, January 16. te. The Speaker presented a memo m the Judges of thu Supremo Court, ) passaeo of a law to consolidate the districts and to locate the sessions of irt at Harrisburg and Philadelphia, ingthy argument ensued, after which juioriul -wus read und ordered to he 1. following bills were reported fiivora The repeal of the supplement to the tho election of Liatrict Attorneys, e to the Land office. Relative to tho anient of the North Munich Cuuol. 11 concerning proceedings in actions of ent, the oct to prevent frnuds, and o to arbitrations, were reported ad- Utickalow rend a bill to punish frauds tted by bank trustees and others in J with property. Adjourned t.ll Mou- 11 o'clock. Thu voto cf yesterday upon the ovidiug for the purchase nf un rxecu lansion, was reconsidered, when thu bill fain lost on its linul passajjn, by a voto yens to 41 nays. o reports of the Commissioners appoint investigate tho affairs of hu liank of ?ylvania, were receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 January 1858

MMrr- s lew 9 iiaigihal Aunrti s. 01.' WILLIAM F. PACKER, tlOYERNOIt OF rr.NNSYLVANU. If AKntsnvna, January 10, lB.r)8. At precisely twenty-five miuutcs past twelve o'clock the (Jovernor Uct, retiring Governor I'ollork, tlio 1 leads of lcpartmcntJ mi J the Committee oT Arrngotncnts, arrived in front of tho Capitol where a largo eland with sufficient seats for the members of both 11 00808, the Mends of Departments and the Commutes, ltndbeen erected. The AsRcmbly wos called to order by the Speaker of the Senate, Mr. Welsh. A most solrmn and impressive prayer w.n then olVcred to tho Throne of liroro hy the I!ev. lr. IV Witt, of thin city. Whereupon, the speaker of the Senate oilmitv istcrcl the following oath of office to Wm. F. 1'ackkii, the Governor elect : "Von Jo swear that you will support the Con stitution of the Cniteil States. "Voh do also swear that you will support the Constitution of the Stale of Pennsylvania, and that yon will ilimharjic your duties as Governor of this Comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 January 1858

It THE DILEMMA. rv o. nr. iioi.jir.s. Now, by lha Lcsl rnih;nn Qiipeu Who heaves the breast of sweet sixteen Hy every name I rut In bark Before my morning star grew dirk liy Hymen torch by Cupid's larl liy all tlmt thrills the denting heart V'he hrijiht blnck eye. the niching liluo I cnnmit chouse between the two. I hud ft vUion in my dream I I saw a row of twenty brums , From every beam a roc woh liulig, In every roe a lofpr swtinj, 1 asked the hue nf every eye 2'liat hade carh luckless lover die; Ten livid lips said heavenly bloc, Ami ten accuetd the daikcr hue. I asked the matron which she ilcrinoJ With lairciit light of lua ly beamed; She answered, sonic lhini;;lit hu h Wirepin Civo her blue eyes and golden hair. I might hive li'-.eil her judgment well, But as ,hi spoke she ruin the bell, And all hrr iiil. nor sin ill nor few, Came marching in their eyes were Woe. I askrj a maiden ; hark she flung The locks tint round hrr sorehead hung, Anil ti mo I her eye, a plorioua one, 13 r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 January 1858

ait NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 45. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY JANUARY 30, 185S. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. NO- 1J. The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY II. B. MASSEK, Market Square, Sunlury, renna. TERMS OF 8 U B 8 CKIPTIOJi. fWlt DOLLARS per onnnm to I pnid hnlf ycnrl V advance! No TITS discontinued until all arrearaga repa.d. ToOLUBB: ft It fM) Three Copies to one addross " . . ' Ju on Jeveil do. " . . Bll 00 Fifteen do. do. " v" "u Five dollari in Silvnnce will nnjr foi tlirce year's sub Miiption to the Ameriran. . frniik ,osim.trr. will pta.se act a. our letters containing inscription money, lliey nre peimn ted to do thii under the I'o.t Office law. TERMS OF AUVKRTHIN One Square of 14 lines' 8 times, Kvery subsequent insertion, OneSqunre, 3 months, ", Six months, ... WnSineM'canlt or Five lines. V" "nnnm, - Mrehants and others, advertising by the ) , enr, with the privilwreuf insetting different nu cr- Fl 00 25 3 00 5 00 . e no 3 oo tisemcnts weekly. 10 09 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 January 1858

COIClllEltlOVlL PflOCEEDISGS. YV ariunoton, Jan. 25, 18C8. Mr. Pork (MM i.lltiuVi totlia rci Hot Wf rul Keimtnrs fiud iinli'il IVom (J'Virmr Walkei's letter, in onh r to prove Unit the dli'Rnt(8 to tha Ijociiinii'oit Convention wero eh ami by a minority of the purple if Kan at. Ho had Mud n stati'initit originally published in the St. Louis llopiibliiun, in contradiction of (.fov. Walker's allegation, from Homy Clay l'otc, and other members of that Convention. Mr. Stuart (Mich.) nskcil whether Ooror nor Walker had not been in a situation to know the f.iets which he tinted, ami whether ht.uitnn'a b! iitoinci'.'.K, in hig mi'tsngo to the Legislature, wero not to be relied tiu against tho newspaper statements of three or lour in dividuals who were implicated in tho very tiling charged. The 033ei lions of tlio person alluded to by tho Senator from Misomi (Mr Tolk.) should be taken with the sumo allow nneo n tho one side, as those of Jim Lane on tho other. 1010 nnd Latin both wont to Kan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 January 1858

.III II HI I l mm 111 1JI lllMSMllMMMMMst Jorcijn.lTefos. ARRIVAL OF TUB EUROPA. Later from India Death of Cert. Ilavelock Defeat of English Troops Victory ly Sir Colin Campbell The leviathan k'carly Af oat Death of the Actress A'cicAtf Marshal Radctsky and Iitdschid Pachd. Tho lloyol Moil Steamship Europa, which le h Liverpool about half peat two o'clock on the ariernoor. of Saturday, the 9th instant, arrived at New York yesterday woniing, hrinuini? one week's Inter intelligence. Tliu U. S frigate Powhatan was at Madeira on the 30th of December. Uener.il Ilavelock is dead, dysentery being tha foe that be had to conteud against. The British troops under Windham have had a buttlo with the (jwnlior contingent, and been boateu. This forco is about bUOO men j the Hritish Lad three regiments of 2000. The British were obliged to retreat, and the enemy captured all their tent. Sir Colin Campbell immediately went np to attack tho Gwalior contingent, and beat the enemy badly, taking all thei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 January 1858

V D o t i r j MACKAY, THE TOET. We learn from Washington, that a mimlwr of gentlemen nf that city, admirers nf Markp.y, the poet and lecturer, recently determined to pay him a delicate compliment, by Inviting him to a pri vate banquet. Several Senators anJ Represen tatives of the House were prcsor.t. Gciicrnl Shields, by Invitation, presided at the entertain' went, anil, after the cloth had been removed, ho made a few impropriate remark", concluding villi a sentiment, in response to which the dis tinguished guest delighted the company by de. live ring the annexed beautiful poem: JOHN AND JONATHAN. Said brother Jonathan to Juhn, "You are the elder born, AnJ I ran bpar another's hate, Dut not your slightest scorn. You've lived a life, of noblo strife, You've made a world yeur own, Why, when I follow in your steps, Roccivo me with a groan 1 I feci the promptings of my youth, That urge me evermore To tprrad my fame, my lace, my name, From shore to furthermost shore. I feel the lightning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 February 1858

if -1 I . j lt. . NEW SEMES, VOL. 10, NO. 40. SUNBUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1858. OLD SEMES, VOL IS. NO-, 20 - . The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. NASSER. Market Square, Sunbury, Penna, TERMS OF BU US CBlTTION. ru n liiil.l.ARS nrr annum to bt paid lwlf yc-nr- ly in mlvsnce. No r raa discontinued until all ancurugcs Thren Conies to one sddicss JJJJ Pcvcn . do. do Kiva dollars In advance will pay foi three year's sub scription tntlia American. , , rt I oslnmMors will please act a otif A coals, nrt rrniiK 1 TIimv nm nelllllt letterifonliitiiinn Buiist-Tipiu'n ni"ir. ted to do lliu under the Ton Office Low. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square of 18 lines' 3 tunes, Kvery (iilnrquent iineition, ... i Ine Square, 3 month., " fix nuuillis, - " " " ( ne venr, - Itiisiiiria Cants or F Ire lines, per annum, MrrliniiUnnri eillicrs, ndvei tiling ly h y"i with the pririlejre of iiiieiting different novci tucntcnts werltiy. . y larger Advertisements,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 February 1858

" T"" AEEIVAL OF TIJE CANADA. Lah h uiu.yi mnui'C, . The Ariel ,afe at Cork Attempt ou A'apo. , '. han't Life. IIai.ifa, Jan. 28, 1858. The Hoy nl Mail Meamship Canada, dpt. l.onp, Miicb left Liverpool at 10:20 o'clock jm tho uioriiiiir; of the JCtli inst., co'.led oiT Vvtt'vn tie morning of Sunday, the lTtb. uml look in Un, mails ami sfxty-tix passengers tttno disabled lip.; Ariel, and proceeded - ohont noon of t!ie same dnv, nnd arrived nt Halifax nt o'clock this morn. - A dispatch to The Time-, dntcd tlo even ing of Hie Mill, eays: "Tie Etnpornr was lir- u ul evening ui yy o ciotii, while enter "intf tie Italian Opera House iu liw l.cpel "lier. Soma persona in tie street were woun 'dcd. '"Tie Kmperur slowed himself to lie "peoplo at llo door of tlio Opera JJoufc, nnd "ivas received with eutlusiustic cheering. "iJa roniainuu ti!l Ilia end of the opera. On "Its return, at midnight, lie was lulled with ' ciiUmi-iastic cheers by the multitude, who "ivoro waiting iu tlie Etrecls to gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 February 1858

Imigrcssiimnl Jcfos COcUttittftSIORAL PRO CEDIOl WarhingToH, Jan. 27, 1853. BtucATK. Mr. Yilncm (Mass ) introduced resolution, authorising tho appointment or comiiiispioD lo examine kito too difficulties mnectcd with aflnira ill Utah, and whether icy cun bo settled without resort to Totto. el'errcd to llio MiliUry Committee. Mr. I'ligb (O.) presented a series of joint notations passed by lbs Legislature of bio. Mr. Wade (0 ) said tlicy were disropuUblo i their character. At tlio impatient deninud of Beyera. sens )Tf, they were read. Tlio resolutions express tbe entire confi rnco of tbe Legislature, in tlio Integrity and I.illty of the present Chief Magistrate; say lie Administration commands tholr cordial nd undivided Rnppiit, and reaffirm the doc rinra of the Cincinnati platform. Tliey re iul tho refusal of tlio liecompttm Convert inn to submit its Constitution to tho people, s unfortunate for tbe peaeo of that country, ml declare it to he their anulteruble judg nent, that eveiy Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 February 1858

, . M ..... t a ' .ar- i - ' TT",'-,,.is "r CATAWBA WINE. This song or mine Is a song of the Vine, To be snng by the glowing emberi Of wnv-iJo inna. . . Tlie When the ruin beging " - To darken the drear Novembers. 1 ' i H is not a song '..- Or tlio Scnppornon?, '" From warm Carolinian valleys, Nor the Isabel , And tho Muscndcl That bask in oar garden alley. v" Kor Hie red Mustang, ' .Whose cluster"-Lng O'er the waves of tho Colorjdo j - And the 6ery flood " ' Of whom purple blood lias A dash of Spanish bravado. . . .For richest nnd btst . '. la the witio of the West, That growg by the beautiful river j T Whose swaet perfuiua Tills all the room " With a bouison on the liver. ..'-. And as hollow trees Ara tho haunts of bees Forever going ami eominjr, i J So this crystal hive Is all alive .. With a swarming aud buzzing and hum . ... raws- - ' , A'ery good in their way i Are the Verzeniy, And the Sillery soft and Creamy ; . Hut Catawaba wiue , Has a taste more divine, More dulcet, delic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 February 1858

'err- NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 47. SUNBUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, r A. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1S5S. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. NO- 21 T ?' The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY 6ATCJIDAT BY K. B. MASSEB, Market SquarcSunbury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. n pnoam to be paid half veer. t'Krd,l..r.t..h.ne;wiH pay fo.ll.. year's sub- , ,ption to .he Araetinm. nnd frllk XERMOFAUVERTIS. 1,f,1nareofWlino'p times, - cery sulisequrnl insertion, ... inc!qre,3 month", " , " . ix months, "".. TJC.WAn-r'i.cn,cul, a. pc. agreement. t-l on S.'i 3 (ki 6 CO fl no 3 (10 10 00 ATTORNEY AT LAW, BUSTBTJB.V, PA- Twines, attended fin the Counties of 1W uml.erland, Union, I.ycom.ng Monlou. oluinbia. . References in r.tTn'c?;''"" ,, , 11. Tvsoil, Slco? Soincrs fc Snoclnross, pl" newstobe. elias eme1ucii, 5T) ESPECTFULLY inform, the citichs of 14 of Lower Augusta township and the pu b. cer.crally. that he has purchased the Sto e tely kept by Isaac Marti, in Lower Augusta iwnship near Emcrieh's Tavern, and ha. ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 February 1858

lOerrssprdeneeof tHs Phils. Evening I'lltrtin.) THE FEACA3 IN WASHINGTON. KS.ITT 'caotriica Am O.d Lin Wig Floors. AVmtFOTOw, Feb. G Tho city U all excite Wimt to-day In regard to tlie affray in the Home til Krpresentntivcs thin morning. 1 he account! cf ttio scene differ only (lightly, and tlie true state of the case aacms to be 01 follows I About quarter before two o'clock, while va rinua motions to kill time and prevent definite aotion were put. and while many member", know ing that there wns no special business on hand and no likclihnod of a vote, were lounging and dosing in their seats or moving proinietioualy about tho Hall, Mr. Grow, of rennsylvsnis, - whore stat is about the centre of th western , side of the IIoupc, whero tho Republican mem bers nearly all sit. found himself on the opposite aide, whose inhabitants' cro chiefly Uemocritts There is t passage or aisle between the seats, - leading from the North east corner ol the Hail to inn speaker s cnair, making a ramus 01 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 February 1858

Congressional i i , - . ' : i i ii COiWIHKtMOMAL FtlOt KEVINS WsniHOTOX, Feb. i, 1858, SHMATt Mr. Tath. of North Carolina, asked whether Mr. Brown 'believed that the people of Kama could .Iter the constitution rior to 1664. lie merely uesirea 10 ascer tain tho Kenatnr'a oeinion. Mr. Brown admitted that right, even it It bad been declared on every page 01 war. in.trninrtnl that it should not be altered. All he demanded waa that, tbia right should be exercised under tba forms of low and Dot by tnob violence. Mr. Trnmbull asked whether th Senator would admit that the Legislature Could past law to chango the constitution. Air. Browu replied that be bad notes pected to be asked to point out to me publicans how the conttitution conld be changed, but would tell them. If they have not already secured a mojority In the Legis lature, when the next election comes on let them go to tbe pons line quiet, peaceable citizens, and elect their Legislature and tbeir Governor. Then let the Legislature ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 February 1858

TRADEAND SPADE. iiCHiiui xtcir. i - , Between two friends in days of old A bitter strife lgan And Father Spado anJ Brother Trade Disputed man to man. "You're tain, undoubtful, and proud," Said Spade with flashing eyes ; 'You earn your thousands while (starve I j "You meek my children's erica, . r "You ride in state with lordly looks ; ' . "You dwell in bawefr and hall; "You speak of me reproachfully, fx ' v "And prosper on my fall) . ' 'So from this hour, in shine or shower, "We'll learn to live apart.; I ruled the earth era you were born 'I cast you from my heart !" .' ,-lV ' And trado loot temper hy his pride, " And uttc'r'd words of acorn r ' , "You do not know the ways of men, f "Amid your sheep and corn.-- - '. "You dose riway the busy day, Kor think how minutes run ;.. Go, put your shoulder to your work, "And do ns I have done "You've all the earth to yield you wealth, "Until corn and pasture land ; "I only ack a counting house, "And room whereon to stand. "And from this hour ...

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