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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 March 1858

CI r emot NEW SE1UES, VOL. 11, NO. 1. SUNBU11Y, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, FA.-SATUIiDAY. MARCH 27, 1358. OLD SERIES, VOL IS. NO 2i The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSES Market Square, Sunbury, Penna, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO OOM.AIU per innum to be paid half year, ly 111 advance. Nor-Ars dieeontinued until all arrearages ",p"d' TO CLUES: Three Copies to on address ' ' J eyn do. do. - J 0 JH) rifteen do. do. . ... 110 Op Five dollars in advance will pr ' tl8 T'ar'e ,ub" ciiption fc'the American. , . sostma.lers will please act asont Air's. n tnn ettere containing aulwcriptinn money. They are pcimil d to do thii under the Pott Office Law. TERMS OF AD V E IVT I I H O . One Square of 19 linn" 3 times, Kvery .ubtequent iniettion, ... On Square, 3 months, - Pix months, ' One year, llu.inraa Onrd. or Five linea. rr nnm, Mrchanta and others. adv:liang by "" wiih the privilege of iineilingdiflcrentauvci- ti.ement. weekly. ty Largei Advertisements, n. per agreement JOB...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 March 1858

Jovcip $ttos. WVAL bE THE ARABIA. t.ATfll FROM tVRUPEr Elections tf English Ministers More rrests and Cvr.spiracies in France Dt patch from Sir Colin Campbell. 'he Cunard mail steamer Arabia, Captain ne, arrived at New York on Hntuntay morn , from Liverpool, which fvrt she lcli'on trt , March Cdi, GiiUAT DIltTAIS. The members nf l'aiii.mcp: v,ho hud nc-cpied J v uuuer i.ard wcruv .m tu.ing re-cictod (o iif scats, anj joi..-Hlly wi-.hout opposition. In ir addresse m thtir constituents they threw t l-m Up0Il (), ,i, ,;,(,;,! programme. b parliamentary committee appointed Id i.i .tlgote ilia charge of tirilery nssitist Mr. Naac rett in connection with the affairs of nn Ameer .-' Scinde, had eoncluJeJ their labors, and agreed report lo the II oute cf Commons resolutions mounting to nn acquittal. The partisans 0f the constitutions! party in taly had been holding a conference fmm day to ny, in London, for the u posa of bringing more romincnlly before t!ie public the present position l Ita...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 March 1858

CU.1CRKBSI9NAL PR0CCKDI.109 T7AfiniH0Ton, March 21, 1BS8. Se-utR. The Senato chamber and galler ies weni again crowded this morDln-r. The preliminary business was unimportant. Mr. Green (Mo.) spoke on the Kansas bill. 1 1 o denies the Msertion of the Senator from Michigan (Mr. Staart) that the friends of the Lfcompton constitution had been driven from 1 huir positions. The Senator from Illinois (Mr. I)uugU) implied the eamo thing. But ii is not so. The committee report stands unchallenged. Its every individual charge is MiKtnii.ed by official evidence, and the only exception taken to the report is by the Sena tor from Vermont, who objected to tho nso f harsh appellation of "rebels." He mado r-otiio d. sultory end preliminary remarks in ieily to the Senators from Michigan, Illinois nnd Vermont, and then went Into the main line of the argument, saying that the Kansas government was the government lit facto iuite as much as the cute of California, even if you admit that the alleged fra...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 March 1858

I 'd c i f 2 THOUGHTS ON BURIED RUINS. BY WALTER ANONYM. How snd to think, nt wo mlvnncc, We nre no Ui'dinR and so frail, - Mero romm.in in dim v't Uoftiancp, Mere shadows flitting llirnugh the vale. A drifting cloud ft breath tf air A sppek of foam on lifn'r) awift river; Whilst thofl remnin'st, In mockery there, A memorandum of forever 1 How pad to think, on we ro Adown the dark, remorseless tide,, Tim more we learn Iho le" we know, In spite of dedantry mul pride. Oil 1 what is History' record worth! When tliort, prny pile of sculptured Blone . With cynic finger mov'nt the earth. And poinloft to a nice unknown ! This eiut.li is hut a I rumpled tomb 1 A mansolenmed mystery 1 "Vainly wnnld lenniintr's lamp illume Through what has Wen, nhut is to be. The past t what is it but a blot ? When on each slow returning wave, In drifts some world j recorded uot But through the archives of the grave ! How many words, than ours more fair, In silence hath oblivion drank ? And, sneering, with he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 April 1858

IT?' i . : l i NEW SERIES, VOL. 11, NO. 2. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA-SATURDAY. APRIL 3, 1S5S. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. NO- 28 The Sunbury American. PDBLISIIED EVERY 6ATUKDAT BY H. B. MASSEB. Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OF 8UUSCRIFTI0N. Txvn uoLLns -rr annum to bf r'' 1,"ir)'Mr ,r.fJe NPJ.K.mti"ued ..t.ULL.rrHrgc. " To CLUBS: Three Copies to one sddreii ,0 oj Fi,Vll.r.in.dvnne. will V'T I three -b-.d to do Ihi. onder Ibe Post Oflics Lsw. TERMS OF ADVERTISING OneBqenrenMI lines' 3 times, r.verv ubiequent inicrtiuii, " . ne !ciinTr, 3 month!, .".. ix month!, . (1 00 5 3 (10 6 INI e (KJ 3 U0 Mh27:e.;n,.,n1!51iret.dve,. JOB P11IHTIH.O. vv. Mv eontif cfo with ur rstntilishment well iJrf JOB OFFICE, which willennble u. to ueeuto Uiieatcst style, every va.uty of promos. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUNBTTRY, PA. Business attended to in tlie Counties of Nor humherland, Union, Lycoming Montour end Columbia. References in Philadelphia : Hon. Jot. R.Tvsnn, Chu. Gil.l;oni,F.l.. Somen It, Snodsr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 April 1858

Jorcign sjcfos. ABEIVALOiP THE CITY OP BAL- . TIMORE. Latch fiio.m niiiioric. woiii. March 30. The Steam .'ro pier v iy 01 Baltimore hit arrived, iih Liverpool dates to the nthjuat., four day lutnr than 1 . Later odvicet from India and ChineTbot -m iu8 exception that the bombardment of caiiow wae thorny expected, the iutclli- " 01 importaut item lootienmer Avo, with the Culceilla mail -u ireature,nai been fortunately tared. PRANCE. IM execution or Ortiol and Time took place oa the 13th inst., and crauted much excitement, l he crowd, numbering from one to two hundred thousand, wot kept at a dis tance by the military, of whom 8(100 were on ub .poi. i ney met their Tate with firm nest i ho correspondense with the French Uov eminent relative to the-Refugee question, wt submitted to Parliament on the 15th iott. INDIA. The Bombay dates are to the 2 Jtb of Feb ruary. A Lare portion of the British army bad entered Oude. Unn. Colin Campbell was still at Cawn- fore, waiting the arrival of tbu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 April 1858

r-' i' aws California f this. ARRIVAL OP THE 08E3 TAYLOR. LftTEIt PROM CALlrtfnXIA. TnE quickesTtrip ON IlECOltD. The California Mail Steamship MosciTay. lot arrived at New York yesterday, from As- ri-.iwult. which place iht loft on tbe afternoon of th"? 13th inst. The dates from California are to tut. 6th inst. Her passengers ha wn 01,'y '21 days and 14 hours on the .route, th Vi i'.'j the quickest trip on record. T;h Legislature bas passed an act taking Die S: v. prison from the hands of the pre sent Vue, and placing It in charge of agents :o oj 'pointed by the Ooveroor. The Gov :ri'..r v.-ts refused possession, when he broke '. j en tha doors ana forcibly took possession. 'l b Indians in the Sebastian Reservation rrv.il'ed and refused to work or obey br iers, 'i hey hud been frightened into a sub rivicn bv the soldiers, the leaders being pun- shuii bv ilin infliction of from twenty to ol ': c a i-.i lashes. a horrible traeedy lias occurred in Grass Valley. Michael Brannan, the Pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 April 1858

'V c t r n to THE UNBKPKEN SLUMBEIi- "i'f. I shnll re?t ! Some coming Jay , When blo83oni9 ia Ibo inJ ''9 dancing, Anil cliildron in tlieir mirthful ply Hoed not ttio tnourtiful crowd advancinu, lp through the long and bopy itrott Thpj'll bear uih to mj lust retreat. Or plso-it m&ttors not may rT0 Tho Storms and blasts or winter westber, Above tho narro. ricw mtidu grnv, Wlipro cum nhl I lie down topothcr ; Enough thnt f fhould know it rol, lleneatb, in the daifc, narrow spot. For I Glial! sleep ' As ewpct n ''f'I, A 9 ever prared child reposing, A wr its mo in the cell so deep, Where I, mv wenry eyelid closing, At length shall lay nio down to rest, Heedless of clods abovo my breast. Asleep ! how deep will be that rest, Tree from life's rover moving wildly, That when ia pa--t the earth's umept, Its bosom shall receive mo imMly ; Tor not one dream of earth shall come To iinade the slumber of that homo. 0 deep repose t O slumber blest 1 O niyht or pence ! No storm, oo sorrow, No h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 April 1858

NEW SERIES, VOL 11, NO. 3. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, APRIL iO, 1858. OLD SERIES, VOL IS. NO- 29, The Sunbury American. r ublibhed' evkkt baxurdat BY K. B. MABSEB. Market Square, Sunbvry, Ptnna. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION i TWO IIOLtAM ,ranmtobp.idh.lfy.r. ly in dv.iic. Nofi dieonind until ali. arrearages f,P"d- TO CLUBB. Thr..Copi..toon..dd.e.s J W 9nv.ll j an no fifteen do. ' ' , v. FW.di.llar.ln.dT.nc. will p.y fol tht. yer'..ub att.r. containing sobscription rnon.y. rhey r. p.troil d to do thta und.r tta. Port Offic. Lw. TERMS OF ADVERTISING- On.8qmr.of IS lines' S time., Kvery .ubaequent inMrtlon, On.9qu.r,3 month., . . Six miiiith., .. t 00 8S 3 00 . 00 B 00 mlkU C.'rd. n, F IT. line., per annum, - Mrch.nt. nd other., lveTli..iiy ye.r, with the privilege of ii..erting different .dvei 1 tuement. weekly. try Uirgei Advertisement., . per .greemtnt. a uo 10 SO JOB JHIHTin."' w. k.v. counseled with .ur e.t.bhiliment well I JOB OFFICE, which WiUei..bl.u.to execute .Raw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 April 1858

Concessional tctos. t OKeilKSSIOftAL PflOlEEDIMiS Washington, April 6, 18."i8. Sekate Mr. Hipler, cf l'a., presented from Ames Kendall nod others, a eupplo mental memorial, in relation to competing telegraph compitiien. Mr. Slidell (I.n.) FnM that ha had filed with the Ho-erotnry, on Monday lnt.t, a writ tea declaration that he intended to re consid er hil vnto disrtgrcoinir with the nmnndtnentg ttftho House to tho Kansas bill, which yes terd.y and to-diy Lo ronewed vorbally, with, rtut takinjf action, nnd claimed the light to keep back the till fcr three davs for that purpose. Mr. Stuart (Mich.) moved to enforco tho , order of the Senate;, n6 single Sonr.tor having 1bo power to thus obstruct t'ao public busi lie?. Mr. Slidell referred io the rule, and insisted co his right. Mr. linywd (Md.) explained the ruBtom in tuch cbfps. expressing the opinion that it must be left 1o the discrution or the olllcer. Mr. Douglas (111.) could not recognize it as a right, whatever it might be us a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 April 1858

m FROM KJaNSaJI, f r , . ,. , Procudings oj tht Constitutional Convention ' Resignatinn tf Gut. Lant at President of th Convmtion. '. Lkjltkr'wortb Mtrcb 26tb, 1858. Tht Oenatituiiooal Convention met in tbii city lut prntng partuntt to adjournment. After tbe appointment of Standing Committees, recb f which consteUd of seven members, a majority of tbem being in fetor of tbe edop tioo of tbe Topeka Uonstitntion a basil for the new one. Gen. Laoe introduced s resold, tion, initrncting tbe committe to provide Tor tbe submission of the qnestioo of locating the capital, to e. full end fair vote of the people on the day on which will be submitted for ratificolioo or rejection, of the new CoDitito tion. , In accordance with a previous notice. Gen eral Lane baa resigned bis position at Presi dent of tbe Convention. i This at once brought several on their feet,' who objected to bis resignation. Mr. Branscomb said he have been victorious thus far in tbe fight, nnder Lane as a leader, and was u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 April 1858

OJ 0 C t T 2 ', A LOVE LETTER. BT Till! AUTUOBOF MACF1N0AU I . ... . . , '.. . The following poetical epistle was written ly the celebratud John Trumbull, anthor of macringai, in ui year 1775. The occa sion of it is thus related : ' Tromhnll and Tliomns Woooter were fellow students In the office of Judpo Matthew Oris- would father of Oovernor Kogr-r Oriswonld, 01 L.onnecnent. Hotr. of them wore in the Burnt 01 visiting the family of the Hon. J. 1' ijuuk, wnopo aajpuicr isnncy was a yonntr lady ot uncommon beauty and nccomptisu- iMBina. rvooBier neenmo extravagantly fond ui uur. mimno conaucleil Herself with the pro uimco ana aicnity becominir hnr stnt nn. nnt manifeBting partiality for him more than for otiiers who visited thu houso. At a party at Mr. Couk'g one eTeninir. Trumbull, who nlwuys full or vivacity, observed to Nancy that Tom was so bashful that he could never muster courage enough to tell her how much ha was in love with her, and therefore be in tended so pcrsuado him to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 April 1858

f NEW SERIES, VOL. 11, NO. 4. StfNBUIiY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1858. " OLD SERIES, VOL IS. NO- 30 ftll man The Sunbury American. TUBLISIIED EVERY FATURDAT BY H. B. MASSER. ' Market Sqitare, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. t v. mA Volf vmr ,r,p"a- TO OLUB8: Three Copies to one addie.s " " ,0 ji,ven do. , ; . . . W) 00 FFi"ndoU.r.in'.dv.nc.'Wi!l pay fd three er'..ub tc notion ionc rtninY"" Atrenti. nn Iran .tUtma.trr. . w.l IpUm I mom .( ?" "..T... V.ffic. Law. 1 to QO UUl umni TERMS OF AUVEBIISINO 01 00 One Square of 12 line.' 3 times, 9 00 Oner'qunTe, o uiuuvu", 6 no Fix momn., . 8 00 3 00 with tl. rrivilreeof i.eit.ng0mereniu.c.- tmrinent. i) . .... ... nirrremcnt. tr L't" Advertuement., ns per opcmci JOB PnlNTINO- . . ...t I..L...nl Well W! In the nemew b)i ATTOKNEY AT LAW, w t A B--n-.stt.na- t.in t.;cCoUtic.of Nor humberland, Union, Columbia. . References in Philadelphia. . , T., Ch..Gil.lons. lvJ.. Hm. Job ft. Trion, J g iln fc Co. STORE- ELIAS E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 April 1858

Jfortign fctos. ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. LATtA FIIOM ItilVPE. Varlikt Prtparalhns by Russia Austrian lerrxtory Invaded. IlAi.lrAT, April 9 The Cunrml steamship Americn, from Lirerpool, with dates to Sat lirJuj, the U7th tilt., arrived ot hair past 3 O'clock this afternoon. INDIA. Gen. Culia Campbell nml Gfteen regiments of European infantry, three regiment of Kn ropean cavalry, with three regimunis and de tachments of two other regiments of native cavalry, nnd eighty heavy guns and mortars and sixty-three fieldpieccs, Lad crossed the Unnges. The attack of Locknow was expected to commence Pebrnnry 27th, when Jung Paha door's nnd (Jen. Franks' forces, 12,000 strong, would reach Luck no to nid in the attack. RUSSIA. A camp of 100,000 men is to be formed in Poland, in the month of May. This stop i considered as a manifestation ogninst Austria. There is preal agitation in Rtissii. in con Mnnence of the opposition of the Nobles to tha proposed emancipation of their serfs. Many of the great...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 April 1858

REMARKS OF COL. A. K. (leCLtlRE. . On th Bill for li Salt of the Main Lute. This bill hat two object I la Ti Which sLoold enlist ibe fnror of amy trae-horled renimylvanian. It will entirely froa the JStato rrom the management or improvement) U'will connect the seaboard with the lakea, lT the completion of the 8uiibury A Kria itiilroad, end develop a portion of the State nn other means, in our dn can pbaii My reach. Were 1 to apeak Id our fronds of tlia North, as haa my colleague. I Mr. mix.; nnd lell them to pot forth their own Mronp arms and Ml their fotesta, I fear that I ahoald be made to blush when aome one would re mind me thnt our boasted Cumberland A nlley liaabeen the child of fortune of thu Coni monwonlth. It i to day the richest and love liest portion of Pennsylvania. It haa a weal thy. intelligent, industrious and happy people it hat tnilroaiU and turnpikes traversing it from ono end to the other; it liai colleges nnd nchonls which command our rridn he voUiona may sweep o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 April 1858

1 c c t r ji . I" win tl.o Atlantic Monthly. KAEB IIUERUM. rr oiiTi b wtsnrl.t nottti. Flush out A (.'renin of blood reJ nine! Kit I w oul I drink lo other days; AnJ braider i-hall lluir memory shine, Seen llamiriij through it crimson lloic, The roses die, tl rammer fa-lo, Uul every plfsl of boyhoods dream Dy nature' nmpic power is I a i J To s!e.'; beneath the blood-red Etrcum. It (Mini the vr !e tropes '.hat lay And (Iran!-. t splendors c! the Mn V.'heic the .e; cutirrV doodles t'ay I; iii.rnri.l in !ho brojiii U.ironi'f i It pictures still the t-i.i li-.M.t i-'i':i,i f That saw llioir hoarded f linliglit u.i-u. The maidens dam-ini; un the i ;-c.j. Their miik-wl.ilo ui.U'ts :; .hushed wii.i red 1!. until these, waves o'crii.issin lie, In ri l'. pen ;.i!.-o;.cd lai-t. Tinvv fi.'.ino e:'.a that novel die. 'i'hc awift-i.? vn-i... - l '!' Kit but lh' cry Mai's mystic ti'ti. Kneh shndow rends it lloivc.iv chain, isiii irips in a bubble from ils l -im, And walks the china ire. of the br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 April 1858

Eft. NEW SERIES, VOL. li, NO. 5. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY. APRIL 24, 1858. OLD SERIES, VOL IS. NO- 31. The Suiibury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSEH, JtcirAft Square, Sunlury, renna. TERMS OF STBB CK1PTION. ii.il 1 ins tier annum lob paid hiilfyear. area... TO OLUBei Thr.e Copies to one We" , S"" do d' . . WOu rF,vCA..lnr.in a.lvn. wiU bey tbl three ye. tub ""Imu'rw.HrnMnct a. our Agents, a tank t to do llu. under the Post "W T K U M OF ADVERTISING. 0.iSk,ur.ofHlni' 3 times, ,l H livery sul.sra.nent in.ell.on, . . . 3 00 une?quore,3 monthi, .6 00 Six m.mtl.s, " . . . .soa Mh,r:vien....t.n8 dreret.dve,- m nuTgTdvtirnent., ss agreement. JOB PHINTXN.a. .t .... -.t.l.l..V.mtnr Ifi JWSftSSiS execute in the neutest si j'" -- S. B. lASSER ATTORNEY AT LAW, SONBTIBY, PA- Dusine.. attended to In the Counties i of Nor humberland, Union, LycominB Montou. and olurahia. References in Philadelphia . . Hon. Joti R.Trsrn, 9omer 4 SnoddJraH, Clies. GiMtons, Kiq.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 April 1858

cgislafik lftos I '.lXHVaiA LEOISLATt'RE. Uarrissubo, April 15, 1803. U.v tit Tho Conference oo the Liqoor ) ill reported the bill ubtauti15y it passed the If j.ia ail the Senato amendments bay ii.ir been et.-iol.en out. . Vein1 jswj o"' S?""-y "nd.i:"t Eadroan flSill.-TUt bill for the sole or the i -i t" ;! to the Smeary sod bna ml t'JaA Oor..,.iy being tie regular order, kas toUnuponaniml reading Mr. llariio f ... Ire position in fnvor of the bill. JIers. traub and Laibavh apsigned titiir .11 iurv-tLi..? against it. The pr.v.o.is ,-i -loii wta tin-') ewlli'd and sustained- yeas ia, 'r',f -9 U. Th bill was the'.l passed lually '..as If, nav 14 "3 follow l Veva Messrs. Baldwin, Brewer, oHey, Pp-i:-?, l'Mfii. Grcirg, IlartU, I gram, Mvor. Uandall, Uuthcriord, Schell, fcfc.ielt, bimoCVr, Souther, Steele, Struub out W il- "m',rAii-Vitf.r5. Bell, Buckalew.Craig' C-v .veil, Ely, Evans. Filler, (iaEZainKnox' Laubach, MarseHs, Milier, Turney, . nghf Tha S'-nnte tbon adjourned till afirnoon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 April 1858

Coiujnsstoitiil tlcfos. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. WABHiHoiojf. ADril 10. 1839. IIodsb, Tho Ilouso took tip the private Mr. Clioemnn, of North Carolina. In ro. Bponding to 6 former remark of Mr. Loiter, of Ohio, explained that be left tbo Whiff 1 1 . 1 . r? iJBiiy umcuuso 11 Dojame aoouiionizeu, eod siuce then bad found Captain Ryndors to bo an noooraoie man, wno bad been badr slan dered. Mr. Giddings. of Ohio, said ha recollected the time when Mr. Clingman and liimsolf Mood nue toy eicle, and added that bis leaving the party was ior the party's pood. Mr. Clingman replied that the gentleman's party bad been beaten ever since be (Mr. C.) iad left it. Their vote on the Crittenden lubstituto was t good proof of their peni- ence. 'J'be colloquy between these gentlemen reated much merriment. Adjourned. Washinotok, April 17. Ssjtatb. -Tho PaciGo railroad bill was kOD up. . , . . Mr. Benjamin, of Louisiana, considered it ivious that Congress cannot agree on any ute with diminished treasury...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 April 1858

(' From Ihe New linden Chronicle. OKOW vs KFiITT. rhe"Sonlliren"cmo down like Kite on hit ,,J the'ch-ML followed to ec tlie affray I And le ci-'d wiili an i-alh, while he shook like a mouse. . , hat business hnvo you on tlii side of the he-ue ! TV,. ,r,-.ke r. Growl"! en ay m' '""'fis (He In w 1ii:n a t'lillv. and thought b"n n "0: ."v -!-M. I'll Maintain, in this hn!l of the free. To ' "-lien phase. n,,J wheirvcr I he!' Wr .'i'- '..cm '" Kcilt, "hy the answer oii rii:t!o I'' f,;. Grow, ug ii" co.,I!v--"I meant what I said. 1 in :-o '.?e unlike ttie polite "Mr. Guppy." Kent sni .! -von're a Black Kepulican poppy Vonvered Grow, with tlio words and the spunk of the Iree. No i'iiM-1 ti e!ave cracks I8'" ,,ver lnc ! ,. a'.i! Vulval. i in" Keitt "We'll bc about that, A i If sj'tw "l O.-ow' thrMt. liko a wild moun tain cat. Jn-t l"-n ci-meri "stunner' 1. i:fi'h hi hTl car. Ar.d ' ti e gentleman from Sjuth Carolina" felt oncer ; ..... i'mi" rri'd that "stunner was planted by t l.-.i -.v f ...

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