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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 February 1858

If j. , xxxm. s'KAV SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 48. SUNBURY. NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, -FEBRUARY 20, 1S5S. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. NO- 22' Tlio Sunbury American. l'UBLISIIED EVERY 8ATURDAT BY II. B. MASSEH, Market Square, Uttnlurj, Penna. TEHM8 OF BiTd 9 C R I P T I O N . . TWO IiH,IjH l annum to I paid hairywr. in advance. NaririK discontinued uuliUu. arrearages ,.,id. - TO UtiUiao: 'urea C pi to one address S 00 JO 00 SO 00 even Oi lmen d . do. do. I iv iMbrs in uitvanee will pay fot three year's sub- uonl. le Aniemn... . fr.. mm t.irrs will pie me im ' " u,......,ui,iiiu suiiinction money. 1'hey nr iwiimt in do ui. under luu I'u.t Ofliea Law. K K U t Of-AUVERTIBIHO.. liii S.U ire of 15 hum' 3 times, :,i r .l..rqanit insertion, " , iittr, 3 llionllis, " ox moiuS., ."- .-' vcur, " i ... f?iM lint. tier Biinuni. SI 00 ii 3 (HI 00 b tl 3 00 A-iili Hie privih.-ao.il inserting dncrentudvei- y U.g.i Ad erii.tme.iH, b. per ogreemeut. TOO pniHTIHO- VMvc-uiieote.l with ur establishment wel...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 February 1858

From the Plttr-b; Meenht? Chtmilele EXECUTION Or IIIARLOTTK JUNKS, AMD nr.5nr ri-. Vi'ttfvt ftbriVrbtit connected bistory of tlie tTinrdoi, a review of tlie chief features of the Ca.se, a description of the murderer?, and nil the circumstuncti which the limited facilities accorded tit buve enabled 01 to gather. Till Ml'RDKR. Tha crima for which llenty Fife and Char lotte Join's tinid t lia dvntb penulty to-d.iy, taps one of the most atrccioss ever committed in this county. Ueorge Wlison ono of the parties murdered, was an old mnn whose hair bad boon ailver with age, and who eked out a lived by making coal boat pins for each as re quired them in the neighborhood, Hiaiiater the other victim, was but a few years l.ia ju nior, and both occupied tha fame hone a Log cabin situ-ttcd in tbo vicinity of McKees port, and distant from the city some fourteen miles. On the night of the thirteenth of April, lost, Fire mid Charlotte visited their lumble abode, and with a view of obtaining fosseesi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 February 1858

nmmwrarj-iJj'iiiiii rercen'T to collectors la '53, oa tax of '51 and previous, Amount or tox of '53 outstanding 11 ol .Tau., '64, Exonerations in '53 oa Ux cf '52, rorcentoRe to collectori in '53, on tux of '63, Amount of Ux of 'S3 ontstsndntf 1st or Jan., '54. Exoneration In '63 on tax ol '63 Percentage to colloctors in '53 on tax or '53, Abatement allowed on tox or 53, Amount paid State Treasurer at per reot 26 July, v '53 10,938 09 " Jan., '53, 408 00 222 02 1,1 W 4 213 10 3,831 ' 6 42 675 I ll '54, U 14,033 13 Commission of Treasurer on $14, 156 11 1,856 29 035 13 Balance duo Com tu, 23,056 96 Jacob Young, late Treasurer of Norlhumler land County, in account uith the Com'thfor Militia Fines for the year 1853. DR. Outstanding fines for '51 and pro- II Am. MmndlbrM.- Wlj 60 Balance in Treasurer's hands last account, " 00 2,915 03 cn. Outstanding in '54 Gnes of '1 sod F.vioos. ( ,M tgJW .1 '53 947.00 t i:.,nf'll anil nraviotlS 133 50 J'.IUIUU miui. v. r ii 'fi2 "V 27 '50 i 'fi.l " ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 February 1858

NEVEH SAY FAIL. Keep pushing "lis niter Than titling Mill. Ami dreaming and sighing, AnJ visiting the lider v ... ' In lira' earnest battle ( Thoy only prevail. Who daily march onward, f And never y fail. . .... - . . . i With in eye ever ripen, ' . A long n Ihal'a nut dumb, ; AnJ a heart that will never ' . To aortow succumb, You'H battle and conquer, . Though thousands assail ; How strong' and bw mighty Who never say fuil 1 ' " " .i. . Ahead, then, keep pushing, , ' Aril elliow your way, . . . UnVrding t!ia envious, All ascs (hat iiray All obstacles vanish, All enemies quail, In I lie midst of thrir wisJorrA, . Who never aay Tail. Tn life 'a rosy mornin?, .-, In manhood's fair pride, Let this be your motto Your footsteps to guide, . In storm and in sunshine, , Whatever ass nil, We'll onward and con.picr, And never aay fuil! Jauncvs' Tho Potato Culture. The follow in? in the Country Gentlemtn is from Mr. G. McMaho, of Milford, Ct. : "My plan lm3 been for tho last eight years to cha...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 February 1858

"m - isw"v ' NEW SEMES, VOL. 10, NO. 49. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1858. . OLD SERIES, YOL 18. NO- 23- The Sunbury American. ri'BLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSER, ' Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. - T E R MS O F SUBS CB1PTION, . TWO lOl.tAI per imum to lit paiil half year ly iu mlraaco. No pafer disconliimau mini all arrcarngca "0,,, TOOLUBB Three Copica to on aiMreaa " ? JJJ '" dV .. 1'iiiuon uo. no. Five dollar, in advance will pay foi threa year .tub. icrittlion tothe American. frv ri will phnae act a. out Areata, e'tera couuinina; aubneripuon money. ley r P"m" vi to do tliii under tin Port Office Law. TtllMI OF iBVEBtllUO. OncPqnaTc of I lines' 3 timea, 4 ' l'.verv s'.tlwqurnt inrertion, -AMwSqtinrc, 3 inontlis, . Sx months, " O.ic venr, - ' ". . 5luin-.-b. Cnnla or Five line", per "" Mu-hHUta and oltom, adii.o.g by ' Villi tlii- privilege of m.erting different edvei. tii-mcitts weekly. mt CT bargei Advertisements, aa per agreement SI 00 . 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 February 1858

StlHjrapjjic tcfo$ if iRRtRBur.o, February 20. SenATK Tbo Senate wat engaged to-day chicllyin the consideration of private bills a Dumber of which were passed. "A hi'l relative to the f ale ef lands for tbe non-payment of tius was pistil. A supplement to ltd net exempting the sale nf property to the Amount of thrco hun. lroii JolLirt was passed a rooding in Commit- tflS of tllO Wl.oln. Mr. Usndatl offered a Joint riolntioo re lutive to a line of steamship between Pbilu drlpliia nnd Hrozil. Adjourned. Hurst:. .M r. Ncgley introduced a bill to encourage volunteer compnnies. A bill commuting the rleatti penally in cer toiii esses wet reported favorably. A bill to authorize tbe Governor to appoint commissioners to investigate the management of tha Lancaster Rank passed finally.. Ad journed tiil Monday at 3 p. JJ. Later from Salt t.nKt. Snow on the Mountains Preparations fur Jiesistanre by the Murmont. St. Loi r, l'eb. 20. The Independence correspondent of the HepuMicnn, uu.r d,.to or th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 February 1858

HEV tJ.XOM THS XA.TI0SA1. riCUIINCI G,tOV.B Tha ttrty an A futlom Affair nmnr and liar ticy, nhtndimd Heater. I, fee. the JVi6ui contiins the. following lotalli. (ronoo in regard to tho latest qatrteli in Washington City ! WAMtmoTQ Feb. 21 it. Various versions are given of tho colliiion between tha Hod. James B. Clay and Uen. Cullom bat fullowiug out tb facts Collected with a view of Impartiality, I Cad tbii to be tie more probablo story t Cullom entered tho bar-room of Brown's Ilotol, where Clay, Hawkins and Mason were standing, lie proposed an old-fashioned Kentucky drink in which all the parties par ticipated. Subsequently he commenced con versation with Clay, stating bow he hod re. coved from Kentucky to noar the Hermitage in Tennessee, where M bearded tho lion in bis don. He spoke of his long devotion to and admiration for his father. Mr. Clay an swered by saying thnt Gen. Leslie Coomshad once as Cbichasaw Embassador also bearded the lion iu his den. This expression, which somo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 February 1858

lTOIJE5 TTOTTSE. Wl;i.I.s r&TSnLY, Proprietor. Cor. Armlet Street fr' Xldrkct Square, 11 A R It i B B U It 0 , PA. rrilllS NEW AND I'.LKO ANT HOTF.l, recently crre. jl teii i.y i lie Mimn ju,hS, m -tiartrsliurp, r., nnv, ii.g been lens' for term of yeois hjr the oudorsioH". ho tun at this method nf culling tin, attention uf hit former piirous, and Hit, tinvelliiigc.iniiiuuily, thereto. limine a front nf erne hundred Ami' furiv fret on tlid firincipil street ot the city, and Fifty-two ifput Front on Murkot Pqunre, it cannot Uii to prom attractive unwell as inviting to strntiperi. The 4 Jiituitiers are of fine size, well ventilated, roul lighted Willi Onu n number with cnuiecting ducrs inti kind them very dcsirulilv for l'smilics. The tlrdla are wnrined throughout 1-y Heater j ninl every modern improvement, hi liiet, hns le-'cn udded, that may ponduce to the- lately, comfort, and happiness of llie (IlieSt. ' ' : . . . . Visitors may, therefore, rest nrsmcd. that the t'nne. lionise...

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

I W NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 50. SUKBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA-SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1858. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. NO- 24- The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSER,' Market Square, Sunburn, Penna. TERMS OP 8 U Bo 0 R I P T I O N . ; TWO for annum tob paid hairyear. ly m.dv...c. Nofap l-ic.iHl..ul ui.til all arr.ai.gc. "I""'1, . TO OLTTBSl Three Copies to on. sudteas Jj Fiftee- ' , ' Fiv.il 'liar, in wlvanc. will PT for three year's sub asrirxiini toihe Aineiicnn. ' . f . ".tier, euiitniiiing udMnptl-m m mty. 1 h.y r. (if" oil ed to (1 J llm under tin I'oMOffic. Law. tlRNIOF A U V ERtHINO. -...a.,.,.r.nf n iini-i' 3 time.. '100 Every su'iaequeut intetlioii, . .On.Snimre, mmilli., Six month., ' tine yeiir, - " Kn.int. Card, or Fivs lines, personam, Michaels sndniliere, advertising by tli yenr, with Hie privilrftenf iiueitiiigditterentadvei-tis-iments weekly. IX' LMfgol Advertisements, a. per agreement, TnTI PJITNTINO. 5 3 00 S (X) 8 no a oo 10 00 lVlvive enrmrcled ...

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

: "T ; tv rapgic Y...: Pennsylvania Lrajlalalnr. llAKnurpno, Fkb. 27. Smati. Met &t 10 o'clock, A M. Journal read. Tho Speaker Inift be Tore the Senate th annual report of tlie Pennsylvania luttitu tion cf (lie Ulind. Mr. C'reisw. It, sums ni commit la J, tho 111 to' mVso the s?imi of tli 4 Supremo Court permanent at Harmbnrg. Mr. Bell, tamo with a negative recommen dation, tho bill to alter tie District of the Supreme Court. '" - Also, as committed, th Supplement to tbe act relative to Executors and . Administra tors. ,. - ' - - Also, as committed, the bill to Authorize the eul of property of insolvent corpora tions. Mr. Schofield, same, as committed, tbe bill to attach the couutie of Eii and Crawford to tbe Eastern District of the Supreme Court. . Tbe supplement to tbe acts liuii'.tnjf. ae. tions against tval estate cam p on third reai'injr. Mr. IWH explained the object of the bill, when it puMwl fin)ly-yeas 15, nays (V. Senate bill 3 a further supplement to the act for l ha p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 March 1858

THE ST.IiOVM CALAMITY. 'oaulerful Kapa ( a Family fram Ik Dar ning llutrt. (Froinths Pittsburg Dispatch.) Oulow we tive purtuf a private letter from r. U. l. White, ton-iii Uw of Robert Hill, , tif ihaNtntti ward of this city giving inn pnrticulai tr ilia awful scene at tin m tiro m Si. Louis, with a full moonlit of the ry reinuikablo escape from Oeth of Dt W. .tfir. tu wile, three little children eud rir nurse, by jumping from a third story tuiott yf t lie burning hotel. We bite khed intimato ecinainiance for tome years with i atuUlile lady (Mrs. W.) who Seams to re stiuVred severe injuries, and sinrprcly m tliul she limy recover fully aud rapidly, n letter i as lullowst . LniiH, (King's Mot i-l,) Sunday, Feb. 21 Dkar ism : As you have bueu previously (riiii'il, by telegraph the I'acilic Hotel e houe at which we have been boarding ue time past) is burned. At twenty mill, s pxst three, on Saturday morning we were ueil by a lion-like roanug of our bust's go tlog.and the simultaneous ...

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

rtTRHITTTBEl FURWITTTREH THE LARGEST STOCK EVER OFFERED Faihlounble, CUeap nud Vaefal TH E aulwcriber. long estadllshed'a Cabinet tnJ Chair Manufacturer In Punhury, thank ful for past favors, eoliciu continuance or the public patronage. Hie atock ef Cabinet-Were, Chair, 4 c embrace . " EVF.RT VAIttETT, Cirri's. AftD ORNA iKTAL in housekeeping. It unnecessary to enume rate, anything that may be required in hia line can ha had at moderate price, Cheap for Cah,- or Country Producetaken la exchange. . Establishment- - A ; South East Corntr of Muriel Square. IT" These knowing thcmselve Indebted to the aubarriber would oblige him by making pay Cm' SEBASTIAN HACPT. ' PunburT, April 4, 18S7.lf . '- - XE"W CONFECTIOMAKY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. M. C. GEA1UIART, nA8 just received a new and excellent assort ment of good at hia Confectionary and Trult Store in MARKET STREET, 8u;i!.irv, Where he manufacture and keep on hand, at all time, the most choice Confectionary, &C, Wholesale and Retail, ...

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

10'. !' NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 51. SUNBURY. NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 185S. OLD SERIES, VOL IS. NO- 25 a. a The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. MABSEB, ; Market Square, Sunbury, Tenno. TER MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO UULt.ARS ctf innnra lobe paid half rear ly in advance. No Prl discontinued until AU. arrearages re paid. TO CLTJBS: Three Copies to on. address 5 OU Sovt-a do. do. . , . JO (10 Fifteen ' do. do. 80 00 . Five dollars in advance will pay fw three year's sub- t u.tiuuttrra will please aut as our Aie-nts, and frank alters communis: euliauiiplion moner. siiey it uiauiir d to do thit under tlie l'ost Otlice Law. IIRIII OF ABVERIIIISO. One Squnre of 13 lines' 3 times, . . i'.very subsequent insertion, . Due ivjuure, 3 months, tix niontlis, One year, lluiinru Curds or Five tines, per annum, Mrchanta und othere, a.lve: tisilia lr Ibe year, wiih tlio privilege oi inserting uillcrentiidvei- li-,n-nt& leetklv. (1 00 S3 3 (10 6 00 B 00 1 00...

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

Jforcip $fctos. ABHIVAIi OF TUB ETJROPA. The British ttesmer Europe. rriveJ t Hew York, Hatorday afternoon, with odd week'i later advices. Tb Government wee defeated la (he lions of Comment on the bill to amend tbe law relating to conspiracy to murder, upon o amendment offered by Minister Uibaon, i which cenurt the minieter! Tor not replying j . to Walowski't despatch bat profesjel a readi ness, to amend the laws upoti due Investiga tion. .The minister! were defeated by 19 ma jority. LorJ rnlir.eratoo was granted leavt to bring In tho bill to alter the Uoreruuient cf India by a lnrf o majority. The triul of tbe Director! of the Royul Bri tish Bunk wag In progrepa. A Trench refupce, named M. Eornttr.l, had been nrreMed in London, charged with being implicated in the lata conspiracy to urisesi-U-ito the Emperor Napoleon. The Sardinian Government has yielded, on certain material point, to the demaudt of the French Government. Similar cunces tiom will be made by Uolgium, particularly it...

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

or t j F- ll IIoBHium Tbbatmvnt or a Wire. In tho 8uperlor Court, at Wilton county, Georgia, a few days since, t gnat., named Xboms O. Kelly, wai trrsJoged for tha murder of Lit wife, who was found dead, froten, it U said, la her plaoe of confinement daring the extra ordinary cold weather of 18S6. , Tha Athena ( Oeo.) Watohtnan says t . "The deceased, Itli allejred, was at least partially deranged, and had been confined a number of years, eleven or twelre, we believe Re in Oglfcthrope, and seven in Walton. It was proven that her place of confinement consisted of, Peri constructed of poles notch ed at the corners, and covered with clap boards. In this was a hole ten by four inches, sorno four feet or five feet from tho ground with a shelf inside upon which was placed her food in an iron frying pant Ilor food some of the witnesses testified, was pro miscuously mixed together in tt.is pan boiled bacon, "oullards," and milk being frequently mixed together I" O'Kelly was sentenced to tli...

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

MONEY CAN BE SAVED BY PURCHASING AT THE " ' ,?I3$)$&13 SB 5MS8 -0022 if rraaSS to suxTTnn times. ! W.'returit our sincere than., to b. Pubh. lor our im .casing- paWago, aud .hall endeavor U m.rUcoi.tii.uBc..ith. ..-. Et Y nillOIIT & SOIY. : 'tCOUNTRT PROmrcE WAMED AT TUB MIGHB8T rCB87 , Banbury, DfcemQ" . I I ! "V A: CO. JOIIA II 4, -i l. hlw YVotel.) . snd Ch-t " . O.tv.) a nil I Chestnut Am Ol.Bt WOOP-WAK1 If OCT" - - 'til till vi ......i. mi Cetrflr U'tfodand Willow-War W.rei warreiltea imw' 1 lease call ami "valuable profeety fob, sale. mllE subscribers, Exccntors of the estate o A Henry Masser, dcc'd., ofTcr fit private sale the following property vis t A large twe story frame dwelling home, together with about 50 ACRES OF LAND, Situate in Lower Augusta township adjoining lands of Daniel Kaufman olid oilier now In the occupancy of Joint K. Kaufman as a store and dwelling. The house is new an J the lo.-atmn a sood one for busincrs. . . Alo a TRACT Of I.IMESTOXK LAND, in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 March 1858

mix: t,. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. NO- 2d NEW SERIES, YOL. 10, NO. 52. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1853. Ml rati The Sunbury Ainerican. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSES, Market Square, Sunburf, Penna. TERMS OP SUBS C R I P 1 1 0 J j TWO IOl.l4RS per annum to be paid halfyeer 1 J in advance. No rrs discontinued unlll tU arrearages ""d- TO CLUBS: Three Copiei to on address J fifvei. do. d "J Fifteen do. do. W 0 Five dollars in advance will pay fot three year'i sub eciiiition to Hie American. . I oetmastrrs will please act as our Amenta, and Irani etters containing subscription money. They are permit ad to do this under the Poet Office Law. TERMS OF AD V ERTI8INCI. One Squnre of 18 lines' 3 times, 1 00 ss Kvery subsequent insertion, One Square, 3 months, I 00 00 . 8 00 3 00 rn mouths, - - - - One year, Business Curds or Fiva lines, per annum, Mrchants end others, dve:liaine ly the year, with the privilege of inserting diflerentadver tifinents weekly. . UP"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 March 1858

Liter from Mlcot The Cicil War Raging A Decisia BattU EtpectedDownfull ofZuloaga Anticipa ted. Nrw Ori.kaxs, March 11. By the arrival or the steamship Tennessee, from era Lroz, dates from that port to the 7th Inst, have been roreivctl, including advices from the City of Mexico to the 5th inst. The papers are Gllod with the details or the civil war raging in tho States or Guerrero, Michoaean, Qiteretaro, and Guanaxnato, which display tho strongest disaffection to the now government. The wholo country 13 iu a lamentable condition. Uonerals Doblado, l'arodi and Arton:za ore fortified at Zolayn, in the Stole of Gunn oxuato, with 6000 men and twenty-soven pieces of artillery. The government forces are posted near Kelayn, awaiting reinforcements, when it is supposed an action will tke place. Robbery after robbery is reported almost dnily. Uonor.il Alvarez is reported in the field, with nnnn pnrnlrv. in opposition to the new government., and tho downfall of Zuloaga is considered certnin. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 March 1858

ra ths Bt. Lonls Democrat, Mart 10) K TR&GEDT IX A ILLINOIS ;. PENITENTIARY. ct Malcei an Attempt to , Secure hit iTorturet one nf tht Guards for four UouriThe Guard Rescued tagml'ht Convict ShotHit Dy ifcssions. ict, named Hall, from Chicago, who ving ont a second term, formed the quiring his liberty in the following ilo watched bis opportunity shortly kfast. and when no other cuard was I surrounding the cells except air. lorn he knocked down and etnnned e blow on the bead, then dragged tie of the lower cell, tied Crabb's ind bis back, fastened the cell door of a stick of timber, previously pat by some confederate, then drew a from his bosom, assisted Crabb to im agaics'.the door, and threatened leath unless he was allowed to go :t daring attempt was soon known, tly brought Col. Buckmaster and to the spot. The convict threat ) with instant death if any attempt upon the door, holding bis knife uplo of inches of Crabb's breaet. is of on hour Col. Buckmaster ar.d watched an opport...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 March 1858

MEDITATIONS ON A RAILSOAD BOND. It fa a Tory pretty thintr, And charmingly engraved ; -A I neatly gotteo up a chcui At ever broker shaved. And 1 hav qnite a lot of tbeta All safo and snug at home, Enough to make a picture book At large at Uobbiu's Home. I know 1 bought them very tlirnp, At only eighty-three In. Iced, we higgled quite a time Utifure we could agree ; "VbatT eighty-three for ten per outs. Dear sir, you must bo crazed Yet 1 shall hare to lot thorn go, l'or niouey tuust bo ruined." Before that very week wai out I thought I sniult a tat ) For 1 wus told that I could buy l'or even less than that. My neighbor bought at sevcuty-six, I oever asked him bow ; Cut I am very glad (o learn That ho has got thorn now. Those thousand dollar promiect Are printed by the renin 1 And being secured by tnortgngi'Sj How very sate they seem. Moreover, 1 reserved the right To change them into shore, Whose income by-nnd-by would bo A fortune Tor oiy heirs. The conpona those delicious thing t H...

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