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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 April 1859

NEW SERIES, VOL. 12, NO. 3. SUNBUIIY, NOliTIIUMHEULANI) COUNTY, PA . S AT URD A Y, APRIL Ifi, 1859. OLD SERIES, VOL ID. NO- 2.) The Sunbury American. FUBLISIIED EVERY SATUHPAY BY H. B. MASSER. Market Square, Sunbury, Ptnna. TERMS OF 9 U US C It 1 I" T I O N . TWO DOLLARS per annum to be pid lialf yenr ! Nu?r.R d..co,.t..,Ued until all arrearage. '("" TO CLUBS, Three Opiei l on nddiew III Ou Steven h. ' . so o,, Kllleell do. do. . . Five dollar, in .dvsnc. will Py foi V"' " ,uU" uerx-untamin- .ol..r,,,l1oii money 1 he rc petnnl U to do tlii. under the Po.l Oflice Uw. TERM OF il)VBIlU1 One Square of U Hue.' time., Keen iilequeiit in'eiliou, ii Ajimrf , 3 niontln, " ' SiX m'lltllS, """... tiif. vcr. - " " n ,m.M Vnr.1. or Five line.. P .niimn, .-ir!i:iul :..l ollirr-. a.lve: line. ly "' "' with the privilege ol luseitin.-d.fb.reiit.dui-l.-lnint weekly. .... .r....l si Of) 25 3 (HI g 00 8 00 1 00 10 OU !? Larger Ailverliseniems, o. Pc. o5. JOB HINTING. V, Vive connected Willi ur establi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 April 1859

Ircgrapjjic letos. j t . .1 l a m i i TjITla i i li i " IlARRrsncno, April 8. SEN ATI:. Ri;roxTS or commutes?. Mr. 1311. (same.! ns committed, the bill la Rothnriia tho Judges cf Iha courts In this! CoinutonweRlth to direct changes of venue iu I certain cases, j Also, as committed, the bill relative to j tatci tnil. i Aii, es committed, tho Mil to authorize ', tlir arrest of dth'tidant in cerium esse, j Also, ca committed. tin1 liill to regulate I fie sales c Cj;uI.) nil nilioiJ-i ui unm- Mr. Drewc-r, (mnie. n cr-rnmi'tod. House bill No. 33. to authorize tliu j -i ? u "uf lh" several courts of common plena ol linn Com monweitllh, to reserve point i f law, und order judcuu'iila In non-suit. Also, with a iiocuiive recnmnietidiitii'i', the bill relative to tlio Commission., i a to itm,' tbo Pmal Code. Mr. Scholl, (Corporations.) with amend ment. House lull No. 1 IOC. to ineui poiale tin' Perry Cal iind Uil company. Feeniny eiim. Mr. Kllr, House bill No. iS'lU, supplement to the act to ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 April 1859

Jmctgn IJctos "Arrival op the city of baltimore. Foi r i.' 1.411.11 prom rt noPE. Arrangements for the Peace Congress Ann. thtr French Loan The lleform Contest in England. Nkw York, April 12. The. steamship City of Pmltiiiinre orrivet! this morning, with Liverpool dales to the 30th ult. There wna loss mnfi.!eiic- in pence, nt Paris, Vii'iiini anil 'i'urin, where wurl.ke pre paration a rnntinued. The Paris liotirsp wns doprcpsTd, three per Cent. Ueliles closittK ut list. 10c. The re. port or n pntidinit Trench loiui was supposed to huve mine inlineneo in tho depression. 'I'h lit I'm in debute in Pui ihnnciit wns contiuu.d ever iicht. A vote wns to he taken on the Cist. The Ministers have staked their Into on tim h-suo. 'i'h-i Libera! joirnnU consider their rosiuiuition certain, i 'I'ho Iauillitin Coiil'-reiiOi' wo expected to j assemble, .Inline; the week. The business i will tin settled in one. or two sessions, nil tin Powers having uyrecd to recognize Pio Conza'j elect ion. , . I T...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 April 1859

PROCRASTINATIONS. If Fortune with 8 smiling face Strew rosee on our way, "When bIibII we Hoop to pick thorn up T To-doi, "V love, today. But ehoulJ ehe frown with face if core, And talk of coining sorrow, When shall we grieve, if grieve we must? To iidrrow, lore, to morrow. , , . r I If llio?o who'T? wronged us own lb,.ir fa-iits, Ami kinJlv tnlV VidV, When ahull we lisleu oJ foreivo ? To (hly, my lore, to day. Put, il' a'ttni Justice UrtfB rebuke. And wmintti, from Memory bonvw, When ti.ill wo chide :f chide vie Jute? To morrow, lute, to morrow. If those to whom we owe ft iKb. Are harmed unless, w pay, When chilli we struggle to be just ? T.i-day, my lore, to day. Hut it our debtor tail our hope Aud plead his ruin thorough, Wheu shall we weigh bia breaeh of faith ? T murrvie. love, to morroic. If Love, enstrargerl, should otice again Her genial biililo display, When shall we ki3 ber proffi red lips ? To-day, w;i hie, to day. Hut. if alio would indulge regret, Or dwtll with bJ-Rone ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 April 1859

II!!1.11!!.-.!...- ElTOIf -V J'- f NEW SERIES, VOL. 12, NO. 4. SUN13U11Y, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, FA S ATURD AY, AP1UL 23, 1851). OLD SERIES, VOL 19. NO-30 mi The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSEIi. Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OP SUB CRIPTION. in advance. NoFnm discontinued onlil au. arrearage "ep""' TO CLUBS. Three Copies to on addr.ss . l(i oo vm do ' r'Frv."d..n.r.in'.rtnc.'will p.y for thrc. year's sub- .tier, containing subsnr.pt.or. y-I""""1 cd to do thii under the PoitOffice Lew. T n II OF ADVKRTIUKfl One Square of 1 J lines' S times, Kverv sniiseqoent insertion, Jim siqunrc, 3 month., Fix months, "."..".". ttnpiJSU'cInh or Fl line., per annum, "rS. .nJ other., .dverliiin. by the year, "with the privilege of in.eil.ng different ver- Si oo 25 3 no no s oo 1 oo 10 oo FiirgerAdvertrnent., per agreement. JOB 1-HINTINO- W. have connected with our establishment a well.. Irete" JOB OF KICK, which will enable u. to execute i"thi nente.t style, every v...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 April 1859

il 1 r dial O W giva below the testimony of J. B. Haakini xiamber of Congrats, for lb defence, !n the trial of Daniel L Sickles at Washington : Jobn H. Ilaskin, M. C, recalled. 1 re member a visit which I made to tbe bouse of Mr. Sickles j ibis was io April, 18."8; Mr. Kickles had left this city the previous day for New York or Albany; 1 called at tho re quest of Mr. Sickles to see if bis wifu wanted anything. Q. Relate tbe circumstance. Witness. A few days alter Mr. Key bad called at my house to converse with mo in regard to the correspondence, Mr. Sickles whs called to New York on business; belore going he came to my seat io tbe House, and desired ma, as having beeu familiar ft ill) himself and wifo, to drop up occasionally to see bis wifo, and ascertain it' elio wanted any j tiling ; tbe duy following 1 had occasion In I iro with my children and wife to Uourgetown j to get some shoes, and when we got opposilu j the I'resulenls bouso, Mr. rjickles' requubi occurred to uio-j I drov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 April 1859

DEMOCRATIC STATE COSVENTIOM. The Democratic State Convention met at 1 armburg on Wednesday, iu tbe ball of tbe House of Representatives, at ten Diinotes past ten o'clock. From an early hour It was evident there would be full delegations from all portions of tbe State. The respectability influence, and Democracy of these who were present were undoubted, and called even for an approving remark from the representatives of those they met to condemn. It was by far tbe Guest representation of the Democra cy gathered ia tbe State Capitol for many jeari. We compile tbe proceedings from the 1'ress ofThursduy and Friday. Mr. T. 1". Campbell, of Huntingdon, called tho Convention to order, and moved that Dr. George McCook, of AIlegbaDy, act as chair man, which motion was agreed to. Upon taking the Chair, Dr. McCook de livered an eloquent address, thaukiug tbe as sumbled democracy for coufiding tbe tempo rary organization to bis charge. Mr. Forney moved that M r. (Jeo. Northrop of l'biladelpbia,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 April 1859

t THE TWO LOTS. If tby brother oo life's- highway Choni path apart from thine ; Thoo straight end he a by-way, Both may reach tb wished-for shrine. Thy work lies among the mountains, Hid may be in Tales below j Thou mayst drink at sparkling fountains, lie where gentle waters (low. Thnti mayst pass the lliinj unheeding Tnat to bim are treasures spread, Crushing, as tbou ail procet iinn. Flowers tbat fragrant odors bind ; Cods which bloom for him in be.in'y, Things lor which thou canst nut cue, Id thy rugged path of duly, Oo thy mountaios, bigb in uir. Neither, then, should scorn the oilier j There' duties railing each j Cherish tbinn, but 1st thy brother Keep bis vale, nor higher resell. Tbon msvat minister to natures, High, o'piripfr as thine own ; Ha to earth's more bumble creatine', Oo thy pathway rarely known. Wbila thou'rt weighing mighty catiEes, He may mark eucu grand elf.-ct, Yield his' faith without thy pauses, Njtnre love, bat not dissect. Thrni msyet prove the nigh Cr.-rtt...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 April 1859

NEW SEMES, VOL. 12, NO. 5. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1851), OLD SERIES, VOL 19. NO- 31 The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAT BY H. B. MASSEB. Market Square, Sunlury, Pernio. TKRMOPaUB8CBlPTION. TWO DOLLARS P annnm to b paid half y7n ,1v..Ic. NorAr diKontii.ud uulil all arrearages 'l'u- to CLUBS: Three Copies to out address .'.", J S .EX". t. '.'' Five dollsr. in advance will py fot ihret year'i lub- W;:.Awm'e,.ct s.m., Apmf.nd frank WXuiniw .ul,.crip.ion money. &. ... p-uul 1 to do llui under tli. Post Uflice Law. TElt)ll OF iBVEBIIinO .)ne Square of 12 lines' 3 limes, V.verv subsequent inaettion, i no S3 3 uo 6 00 00 a uo ejm Square, J inoutht, ?IX HMtlllhi, - .." $kl?h.&to?'Z' v'esr Willi tl.e privilege of mseltlllgdltlerentadvcl. (dements weekly. , W Larger Advertisements, as per agreement. JOB tRINTINO" We have eonneeted with ear establishment a wall se tested JOB OFFICE, which will enable us t eccut in th. neatest .tyle, every vant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 April 1859

OTflrnrHnlnr ffirlnc LA riill f RUM C A L I F O ft K I A . " Central and South America The St. Lorn ct Ktw $1,133,000 in Ireaswt . earful Earthquake The City of Quito Jestroyedlwo Thousand Live Lost. Nrw Yoiik, April 25. The (leamahip St. Louie, From Afpinwall, with the California mails of the C'.h inst., 050 passengers, and $1,133,000 in treasure, arri ved nt this port lb s evening. The St. Louis wade a trip cf little ever 20 days. (Jen. Wulker has arrived in California, and, nccording to tbe papers, Intends again to try die foitnue iu Nicaragua, es soon as tin Wm. Ousely departs. .IU lias nothing to do with General Uenniugseii'g project on iunora. An attempt nt a revolution iu San Salva dor whs speedily put down. The advices from Nicaragua are onl; to March 2Sth, and merely confirm the news al ready received. A fearful euitkqnake destroyed the city of Quito, with over $2000 lives. The loss of life is computed by some as high as fiUUO. The loss oi property is said to amount to 3, 0...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 April 1859

Jforeifjn Uctas. ARRIVAL OF THE CUT OF WASHINGTON AT NEW YORK. Za( CWt'nenfaZ Advicn Pacific From In dia'and China. New YonK, April 25. The gtearosliip City of Washington, with Liverpool dticei to the 13th inst, arrifed i tbie port this afternoon. Her oewt is three dajs later. . Since the depirtare nf the last steamer new rumors bare been circulated, to a very alarm ing extent, but the latest coulinentul advices are of a pacific nature. The armament preparations coutinoe with unabated vigor. The Calcutta and China mails had arrived t London. Teas were dearer. GREAT BRITAIN. War was generally considered inevitable, nd much depression prevailed until the 10th when re-assuring rumors were current, and announcements were made that the conces sions made by Austria in the preliminary con ditions gave renewed hopes fur the meeting of Congress, and caused considerable recove ry in the funds at London aud on the conti nent. Austria bas proposed and the powers, it is aid, have consented to a ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 April 1859

What Might bo Done Wbti mighl b don if w wer wise What glorious tie ed. mj Buffering brother, Would tbey nnit Id love and right, And cobs this icoro of on another 1 Oppression' hurt might be imbued With klndlToR drops of loving kindness, All knowledge pour, From shorn to shore, Light on tho eyes of nienlul bliudep, Oppression, warfare, lien and wrong, All vice and crime might die together, And milk mid com - To enrb man born, He free warmth in etimrner weather. 1 Ihe cennrft wre'ch that ever ir-J, 'j'pe JeepeM sunt in fr'ull ami ili-l.l kliiDil (Mi l l. 1 ii cll' reaped, And share the teeming v.tjd loini'i-ioW. "What niilit t.o done ?--Th: mijut be dune, An J more than this, my snfl'cviiijS brother--- More than the tongue Li'ef (aid or sung, If men were wise end loved col li other. ancaus. Ths Law ok Love. "Two girls, sapposed to bo sisters, jumped over und eauk kisig nncli other. A missionary und wile leaped into the pen together, and the stewardess end nseistnnt steward, arm in ar...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 May 1859

a ftp gEitorj . . . ., . ... i, , a,, fc wHik (in ! in I .. aatssaeaasa I I I nMMil.Uti" -M 1 YS I fm " - r r Wnhr i I I I I I m nil iff rtl li inn J 11 r hit - i ni lal IT i -I i i .4 i l(L, -i . NEW SEMES, VOL. 12, NO. 6. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY; MAY 7, 1859. OLD SERIES, VOL 19. 0 22. V The Sunbury American. 1'UBLIBIIKD EVERT BATURDAT BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, renna. TERMS OF SUBS CRIPTI ON . TWO UOLt.ans per annum to he paid half year , in advance. Hot am discontinued unlil M.L arreuiujca are paid., TO CLUBS i Three Cop1., to on address i 5 Oo ven do. du. 10 Oil fifteen do. do. ... SU u Five dollars in advance will pay foi three year's tub Sciintioii to ilia American. t ostinustera will please act as nur nn and rrnn altera coiitainiiia; subscription money. The are paimil ad to do tlui under the Poat Office Law. TERMS OF A U V EIITIIIIIO. PneSquore of 13 Imea' 3 timet, . . . livery subsequent insertion, ... VnaSquure, 3 mouths, " ix nionlha, 'On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 May 1859

LkM Iratai tkt South PClflo. Nkw Yii, May 2d. Tbe following information telegraphed from AKpinwalk to PunanvOo tha 2UI, the d i the Northern Light Vrt port. The Parifle Steam Nidation Company's steamer "New Grant." arrived here nl C A.M. She brills ypMsengers, ond a large specie end freight ' She reporH that a revolution broke Arequipa, hut it was suppressed. TI'om7'nd,er, Vle IT0"1' nl Oopiopa, thA" 1bVh.90Re.?" Litionisls. is cour murtiuled at Ban U- 0 A11 vtJe. In l'eru. A Revolution had broken"! in Ounyttvuil .gain., the ,j ,,vrnm ,0 bpen ln,,lFB,ed the Peru"8 'n l10rt' '1 keP tlie blockade . I'-Jrirjops. commanded by two officers, Ufmjd to arrest President Hobles. yi)tjiie officer in command slated to the fent his mission, llobles drew a revnl- Jtid shot him dean, he then thot the se officer, which hud tic effect of dispers he troops, e Pacilic Steam Navigation Cutnpany'e iteamer "Prince of Wules," struck a rock Hear Chiloe, and wont to pieces. From tun. Pt. Lotih, My 2. The Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 May 1859

AERIVAL OP THEirOETH BRIT01T. rsl'R DATaTLntTetl. OM im0FB. DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT. Kt-Opeuinf f Fripoiili ror Peac. The ite.mibip North Briton ha. rried with Liverpool date to Wedneidaj, the 20th "'parliament wi prorogued on tha 18th ult. and writa for the new elections issued. Tho latest aspect of Continental affairs wni re nsaurinjr, and the Paris Monittur bad pub lished another pacific article. Sardinia accept the principle of disarma ment, whereupon ho Monittur publishes an other pacific article. The latest phase in Continental affairs was consequent!; more re assuring for peace. Parliament wait prorogued on tha 18th ult. The Queen's speech merely refers to the dis solution and its cause. It says the dissolu tion has been resolved on in order to give the country an opportunity to express an opinion on publio elixirs, and to give to the Govern ment the confidence of the lloise of Com mons. The dissolution was to take place on the 23d, and the elections few days afterwards. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 May 1859

0 t t X fTTins XV lienr no mot of thjTn. ( . ' And the .tune cnottl. ...i; w,l,L For the (cam king y( , die Ami tlie old idkijfl,, (limy path, Tint grass errepaaWef glril And tho 'elg, horso, da, J.,y, W hern once thfieu( Lifted hi y sry etoger dread. Ko, mora "Woming mom The ttyt,uMling landlord runt No more;,,,,! r lha ,.i,rtinir ho.n. For l he bright ryi J cliiluicn piny ronre the clattering hoof and wheel filled (long Ibo way. 'more do we hear the cracking whip. Or the strong wheel's rumbling aound i Ind hoi tlio water drtvee ua on, And an iron horco i.Jound! The coach .land, rusting in the yard, And the horse ha .ought the plow. We have spanned the world with ei iion rail, And the .team king rule ua now ! The old turnpike la a pike no mnre, Widennen ntiind Ihe ante : Wb have mado ua a. road for our horses to a'.iiJc, And we ride nt a flying rate) We have filled the valley and leveled the lull And tunneled the mountiin' aide, And round the rough crag's dizy verge Fearlessly now ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 May 1859

4 " V NEW SEMES, VOL. 12, NO. 7.i SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 1-1, 1859. OLD SERIES, VOL VI. K() The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATt'RDAT BY H.B.Mtt, Market Square, Sunlury, Penna. TERMS OF U US CKITTION. TWO DOLLARS er annum to be paid half year ym .iv.no.. Nonraa duconliuued until all arrearage '" TO CLUBB, Three Copiti to on addrea .2 On Seven . iJS Fifteen do. do. ... SO 0Q Vive dollar, in advance wiU pay fot three ye.r'i.ub erintiim to the American. , . . . o.tma.ter. will please act a our J " otters contninimr iincription money, lliey ie neimii d to do this under the Poit Office Law. TUP. MS OF ADVERTISING. Ciia?qnnreof lSlmee'S timei, :verv subsequent insertion, ... ne Square, 3 month, Six month, One veur, - " .,i'mi Cards or Fiv. inc.. per annum, - l on 25 t 041 S 00 . 8 f 3 00 Miir unit, ono inner., "f z.' . A.,.. with the privilegeof in.eitiiigil'.rTerentadvei. lineincnts weekly. .-,; CsT Larger Advertincmenti, a per agreement. JOB l-RXNTINO- W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 May 1859

jrdov Fir it rimut. n:ai DusTBorrD Loss oriweive iJujf 7. At a querttjf iteamer k to day fire broke out kWeted to y Uraff, which quickly ca0 five win Owning boats, and in lj irj fumes, steamers were enxii following onD Pf0Td total .e,iroved. Tb. ,0,i"n'.Vr 11,8 Uray. otlBcil UrttffV,uol-yr Conn, t'otoB.c, J-aiw Wood, j5 Cflm,Derc. The '"'."h raf -dily, and th. fie tlrJffl" warehouse! on Water lb. "I, HI" "f lh fim,,eo b,in pally d,,ot.J tneu1- , Tl' ""ut ul t on it jJ'8 Dot 'Br60' "ut , ,,lfwbrfwai destroyed. The Peon 1,1 n ,,rd, with it usual good luk, li,t lent free, Its shipments ot for thu West were iu b.iurd of nn.mv niid Sotiutb America, which ,nirely. Tbe lulter fortaiiately bating n. was the tnenui of laving all tlic oats (some tbirtj n.iw ber ) from to. '.ruction. She took a fleet of four enrest to tbose on Gre, and towing them jft a kud which oiadu it potsiblo to t! rest. u'MK we in on, t'kicago, 2Jiy 1 .McNamee and Michael l'mn, coo jf the .'rime of murder, the one tor. t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 May 1859

I. J LA Bi ARRIVAL OF THE ANGLO 8 AXON AT QUEBEC, rora pat i,TEnriiioM"EPRorE. " iVo Declaration of War. , Onio May 9. Tba iiteamshin Anglo Saion hal arrived with Liverpool date, to tbt 27th nit. tbrea iy later than the advl cea by the Nianara. ..... . , The deipatcbea receded by the Anglo Saxon .tate that tbre hai been no actual de claration of f aa threatened by Anuria, and that Anlria had given Sardinia fourteen, days longer to diaar.n and disband lb toIud- UV'i romored that France and Rusiia hare enterid into an alliance offeniive and dafen- "The French troop are also said to be en terioir Sardinia. ' A French loan of five hundred million! or franci ii announced. The rumor of.au alliur.se between I ranee and Russia bad caused a panic in the London money market, and ooder its effect Consuls bad declined to 91 J a 92 for money and ac- Cs"rdinia replied to the Austrian Ultima turn or, the 25th alt., but the result had not been divulged The Austrian troeps were expected to cross the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 May 1859

J . !LtLL8!JLL 1 0 frtNQ IN MAY. THE IBD T?T!ny window-shutler, . i .i .nrm break of day I A Wrt ! did sweetly utter And.ftotnny u ' lor his joyous paction, , .nWrei no artistic rhyni. ( lie i - ,,rel - fBi,,i, r a so perfect tunc and time. Yet i usni'd ioy s a thousand atones, .it. In mil ftiimilHiniiB fiita i n.n.ninc-cloi iee MJri'lrtt bloomed mi every sid. A .... irh rantirl voiupiuon. cnoinjr a dew drop from the dripping pane) enward hi lillle bill extending. Broke foith in song again. lit to emulate his wild f mo'ioii. learn thanksgiving front hie tuneful ton- nut : iiuiimi heart ne'er uttered such devotion, Nor human lips such a ng. tt length he flow and left me in my soimw, . Lest I ehould hear those tender notes no more, 5And thouithl I early naked for him each tnor r row, He came not nigh my door 13 ut once agiin, one silent aummcr even, 1 met hi in hopping in the now-mown liny , llut he was mnte, and looked not up to heaven 'J he bird that sung in May, Though now I hear f...

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