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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 December 1849

' T-I . :,(t t II. B. : MASSES; EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. .'i i.c ..I gUTamUB rtospapfr-ncbotfli to UoKUcs, . n(t?rstnrr, Woralftg,' jrortttit .mrti Bomrstfc Scfeitt an the arts, acrfculturr, Ittarltets, amusements, c. 1. 1 . 1 1 New series vol. a, no. 39. SUNBURY, XORTHUMBEKLAKD COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER , 1849. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 13, i ... ... . 'i t :. . ,'l i .' L fl t . i " J ;- ! ' t t -i .. ; .n Mill 01 IB: "S3 y . . ' - i 1 i . : 'ill. ,,...... . , , TEHMS OF THE AMERICA. ' THE AMERICAN is published every Ssmrday TWO DOLLARS per nnnm to b paid half yearly in advance, JN paper discontinued until all arrange ara paid. All eommunicstious or leltera oil business relating to the SB, to inaura attention, rauat ba POST PAID. TO CLUBS. . ) TVe eoples to on address, f)500 M tm. " De Do . 1000 ' riltaan Do Do SO 00 Fir dollars in advance will pay for thrM year's subsenp tlea to Iht American. Oh Bouara of 16 line, 9 timet, it ubn...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 December 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. iUasljtngton Nemo. THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS 1st Ssstsn. ! GREAT FLARE VP IN THE ItOUSE. KO SPEAKER YET. Washikoton, Deo. 12, 1849. 8ct.-The Senate "met atT2' o'clock, and adjourned without doing any business. JTHr. Pierre Soule, the "newly elected Sena tor from Louisiana, appeared in his seat this morning. r ... . . Hons. The House met at 12 o'clock. 'Votrnal read, and Mr.' Cobb, of Ala. adver ted to an article which appeared in the Union " of this morning, which said that the election vfMr.W. Brown, of Indiana depended in . part on him. . And in conclusion said that he . would take a choice of two men rather than ! that there should be no organization, r! Mr. Wilmot, of Penna said that he had been : mors honored by the votes which had been ; given him than if tie had been elected to the . chair. He said that he was unwilling?, both t the candidates having retired, to stand in the v way of an organization, and, therefore rerjucs ; ted bis friends ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 December 1849

yr - SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ARRIVAL OP THE STEAMSHIP HIBERNIA. AT HALIFAX If. . The news brought by the Hibernia Wts m received over the telegraph wire until a late hour on Monday evening. Such as it is, we flint scarcely any wing 01 interest 10 me general reader. , The most important fact is a decline of l-ftd in Cotton, with small sales ; the quota lions for Uplands and Mobile being Sid and for New Orleans 6d. The market for Bread stuffs was also dull, with no change in quota tions. '' We subjoin such political intelligence from .tho Continent as seems to possess any inter est.' . AUSTRIA. '. :, Trouble with Prussia. , ' A tclographio despatch received from Ber lin, via Cologne, announces that the Austrian Cabinet has made a formal protest agninstthe convocation of a German Parliament at Er furt, and that in the despatch containing the protest, the Austrian Government alluded to tho probability of armed interference by Aus tria in the affairs of Germany. The same t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 December 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: tecclUwrouB SITnttrr. IHE HEW PROCESS OF MARINO WttOVOMI .. IRON. ."An Interesting letter written by Mr. Ward, of Newark, N. J., to the late from Conven tion appears lit the Piltsbnrg Commercial Journal of the 3d Instant. The Journal re gard the invention referred to In the letter, at "destined to work a total revolution in the business of making iron adding that, if bar Iron made by this process can be sold in New York at $23 per ton, "the Iron interest of Pennsylvania may need no other protection for the present, against the influx of British Iron, than the operation of the patent fot the new Invention."- "The Journal also mentions that a Kentur ky manufacturer, on reading Mr. Ward's letter and examining the specimens, proceed ded to New Jersey to avail himself of the new process, and apply it to his Iron Works. "The specimens of the iron sent to the Con TeNion," it is added, "consist of two sixes of hoop, ! and H inch; a quarter bar 9-16 of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 December 1849

...,, 'i ........ " T i . ... ... i ' , . - 1 - "- " v A . . M -w..-v'' ' 1 - . ' , ' . " tyUBnii . 1 1 j .i i t. n . i i nr ' " n ...-... ....,.... ... r r ,..T ... . f .j. -.i- ... ....... ygn . " f v ',f A:nrff 1 "-m.KA virmfTj v& t ' I 'a K- MASSES a n! ??,,?"prDrtot-?. ,tftfraurr' wlftfft ircrcfan an Bomrstft ilftos, Sttrtrtr an arts, flrlculwrr, Markets, amusements, t. NEW SERIES ?ypL., 8, NO. 40. i' neuMs IP TUfi AMERICAN. r flItlrAMI.1hHjJmrtH,rAlTIS TltE AMERICAN ! MbUmMl mri Artnnh tl TWO , OOLLAKS peranum Hi b paid alf r1'1 u xlvaiw, miMt dlMimtiniMd mil Ul imarini art paid. , ' Ail oanNManicttttniM or Mtera on buainraa ralutin; n Hll , Mi uanira atwntiuu, mum ot run l r aiu, ' TO CLCBS. TToltKon addrtM. ' - "' SM rUUea D Do SOW ri MMn in adraite will pay rr una yaw'imbacrip- im t tM AtBcricu, Oa Souamrnf It Hnn, S limaa, , ,, ,- ( ;- tv auliaaquenl inaertioa, - iqaw, motla, . ,., . ix awxitha, On rear, ' "i : ' .. '' Baaima Carda of Fira Unas, per anaam, Marraanta an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 December 1849

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. MCBBAOE OF ME IfMDESTjLOF TIIS UNITED MTATE& JLm 'BOTH llSE Of THE THIRTY-VIBkT ioHGREStl tECEM. . M9- w T EI , VHoif-C i&ns of Mr fcnaf Md W4.mm of KtprtstntattvM : 6i xi y -yeare- ve eh pseU since Ihe establishment of this Government, and ihe Congress of the United -Slates again assembles to letiislate for an empire of free men. rrhprillcliori8 6ritjppMoIj JB rn..vMinn.ii m foretell the the down fall o(. qar.intityUflitar WpUexed n7y to be derided, and Iho United States of J .... ' . . t n ihn America, at Mis momenr, world the moat stable and permanent Govern- But on earthi -- - "-- --- -- - Such, is the result mf, the;, labors of those hA hare " c6iie before us. Upon Congress VULjiiBUwaUydepcmi jne , lutureiBiqie nance of oor system of free government, and the transmission of it unimpaired to posterity. .We are'at nea'ce With all the world,' hud aeek to maintain our cherished relation of amity with the rest of mankind. During the past year, we have be...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 December 1849

SUN WK:YrAMEWOA AND, 3JUM0KIN jJQUKNALy Mr. jMoMftV.in o( Lejnatd ;AJP ' Selimgro toion puntj, gd ln,t 24: yetrt, in- OcloiW lirt. Mr. App, , whose langi were flVctid, found health 0 much tmprowd ia hit Mexican campaign, lbt ha'coocluded Wve the abundance of hit teltti-rt boose W,w.t, alifofnl'a 'J))' Ibt ofeflaiiiwW, n snoo. alter hit arrival. The climate and bleak wimlf of CSalUbrai r - not adapted for consurrtp Gtea ' - ' - ' ' " ' . .. --r- . .,. , ... '' ; (Eg"? Fj.o4' CxuFoRKU-The Empire . CitytM arrived from California' with a hatf t million, of dollar. The constitution u adopted and Peter H. Burnett elected Governor. Mr. Gwinn and Col'. Fremont will most probably be the'U. S. Senatois. .-j-i - ' ' ,. (jy Our Danville contemporaries are disputing about the politic of Mr. Charles Gearhart who was lately arrested for rob' bin the Post Office, ' at that place. Poor Charley a few months since he could easily haVa "defined his position" but now "there are none so low as to do him ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 December 1849

4 .v SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N TOURNAI K ( ' jruoerliaur otta 3tf nttcr. - ' ' ' " ! .,'r THE LAW 6W EWPAPER. . Subscribers who do not giva exprew no tic to the contrary, are considered as wish ing to continue their subscription. t. If snWibers order the discontinuanco r iherf' papers, the publisher may continue to aeod them till all arrearages are paid. . If subscribers refose or neglect to take at pepera from the offices where they are directed, they are held responsible until they bare ordered their papers discontinued and settled their bills 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publisher, and the pa per is sent to the former direction, they are tinld responsible. 8. The Courts hare decided that refusing to take a paper or periodical from the office. or removing and leaving it uncalled for while in arrears to the publisher, is evidence ot in -" ten ional fraud. 6.' Any person who receives a newspaper nhrf makes use of it, whether he has ever or dercd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 January 1850

i ii 'y. y 1 , 1 j 1 . j . . . . , , ... , , , . - , ' . ' , tiV V it. nUMXM " - ys4WMlWK AM lilt J. IjA.N. ' : ff' pjpfe"Awi ipao'PRiErQ''...;" .,'V??r-rB--:-fMrt' ."QgcE,;!MAitET-STraiEKTy." .opposite' the post offick: ' .noil I . t e. iV I? . r - carnal? flcWagrr-Pttott to oIKtti, attrrature, ,mraj,.?, jro fon'an Oomfstft ftetos, acfeitcr ft the flirts, SSftf ft ultut r, ttantts, mtwment, c. ' I r,, .1 . 1 "SEW BtOltlKS VOfj. 9, NO.'4 1. .WP PA , SATURDAY,- JANUARY' i n, 1830. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. ftf. tumm 6p-Tiitj Ami:... V. THE AMERICAN I puutleheri every Saturday at TV DOLI.AI18 per annum- to he paid hulf yearly in adfsnes, A paiiat diac Mian Mail uii err earner, are Mid. I mii atMnmuiiicaiionet wueri mi imam! relating to lbs Km, 1 insure attcuU4i, must ba l'Ot f PAID, , " " to yuvBa. -; TarM rof!t loom adrfnrai, 1 .' r 300 lunu Vil'iaaa 1 L)0 : .... V ' an t it aoiiara in aavaiica will paf lut ihiaa faar'aaubarrip. jm U ilia Aimrteaa. - Savara nf IS linem, I timet, , j j,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 January 1850

SUNBUltY AMKIiiOilU AMD t-4AUO.air JOURNAL. ABSTRACT Ot THE , GOVERNOR'S MltSSEOR. The Message commwoe a usual by ac Vnowledirernenis, to (ha Almighty Fatlior of ihe Universe fur the many blessing dipeu eed to us. - - The Governor then allude to Ihe recent attempt to establish liberal political ititil tion in Europe and sympathises with the people in their failuVei I TM'i 'II Th in.lukinM. T the rommonweaiih mount 01 ino pntiiio ueui p" year i2 1.465 80. The estimated balance in Ihe Tteusury in DecSlhVer, 180 is M1,800 00. -- ; - j Tfrefoi;oinB, jtimatel balance , n Jbe Tri's'try, at ihe Tenf of .he fl cil year, 1850 would ppMf justify the appropriation jA. 40,000 towardihe completion of the Western reservoir at Johnstown, as hereinafter recom 'mended. It would also authorise the appro, priatlon of a um not lew than 8300,000, in addition to the amount already npproprialeil, to be expended in the completion of the North Branch canal. The Legislature at Its last session author ized th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 January 1850

" WnNW (M ta A"" Tha nU ef i M ty1 ' ? ' ' Sad and -- -Oir toy trtltowljrtnfi'; Wiih lioltew bfeetee sighing - v 'Abovttiroftril flying! - m I " Hear it tale 1 Uni enly just lhe Oiner nay, ..ftPSJXUlll TV..... i With earthly otimi "'1 PVi i-Wiili feirevt hop of ieme. ,,. Harm, wbhughrtwj?? , iwiich'.l my fiVlvr-.... . . ,-,The old year dying lay. . ... u M dead era W ' V'' i Snalch,1 "P hi crown, and htfJjft1 , PI io mv realm on the wlnu of tho " I, Troisvfcieet Greenland to eult,rie.,l JJW; t ..V.;.i.l ih. wi.rl.1 from Tropla to Pole; ' FatWr all.rny dominion was aole, " M I found myself monarch 01 an ine win. v. .,.., Anu bwhi, mj ".""'" ... - In my pride and youag wildness of heart, , I ieVd to see!! the nations astarl,; ,. . I arniil at the dium, and the clamor or arm, And, shouted aloud at the peoples' alarms,,, l've!wtch'i(' the nations commotions .afar" ' I've .stood in the midst of the cannons of war'. I've,hacd the loud cry for Liberty come. Cleaving the earth, and the Heae...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 January 1850

,".T-:rr.;t.' itr. TO rtlYMCliM, DRlcniSTS IM COttTRf MERCHANTS. ; BH.i. N. KKELER & Dro. moot wnrt fully olldl attrntion to Uiclt fresh Murk of f , Frnch, Geimnn and Amtirgn Draft, Med feint. Chemical, Paint. Oil. Dye Stull. Ul ware, Twf umrftt' rtenl Medicine Arc Having prnrd a new store No. 594 Msrket St. with full supply of Fresh Drug end Medicine, w rc pcctfnllv olicit Country dcler to Mamma our lock before purchasing elsewhere, premising on and all who tuny feel disposed to extend to ... i their patronage, to sell them genuine Drnn knd Mrdi cinr. cn a. liberal term.. ""Jf1"" "."S Ciivand to fi.iilin.lly eecuu) all order entrusted to n promptly and with thsietoh. , One of the proprietor being a regular physician, afford ample guarantee of the genuine quality 01 all article eold at their establishment, We especially Invite . druffirist and country merchant, who may wMi to 1-eoome agent, for Dr. Krelrr'i Crlthralrd Family tUeiltrtues, (stan dard an J popular remedies,) to for...

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 January 1850

CP 3 !0 ,.' ! . U'l I 1 J na r, v 'I h 1 1 I' .i" lSwa J Li,' .HAirOtl .! ."I r 1 TV ' y t vT j, ji"7 ?Vs .r-v II ! II Li C B't I . abv. J Ve efjiod in i 14XM () 3 I ' T'vm. nw- "l "I ( I . ; .!',t r (I , u) ,.,r,t. , ! racn ft? BMASSiRi 1 EDITOR i'ATfp PROPRIETOR ST;.'. OFFICE,1 MAMET,STBT,:0fPpSITE the:ppst OFFICE. . I - . - V - - - . J 0 wtrj Uetopptr-Crtote1 t toUtkt;' ptnurtfXfnlUM, orttt xs Bomwtfx iftrtM, SMtntt un "m arts, crlfUttrr, markets ttmWemtttts, r. fEW SERIES VOL. , NO. 4. . SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY I t 1830. OLD SERIES VOL. lO, NO. io "r ' t'l "V "1' Si ViER Ml " .1711 i ' ' ' 1 1' 1 - Ttmtifl or me America. ; m AMERICAN l pablWMd mn SMdr TWO I OLLAH8 par niwm to b paid hair yaarljr ia adnuic, I U aapar rihRontinaad airtil ui anaanif m ara naM. ' I aa. If tMura aWaaUon, MM am ruavr rAlV. TO CLUBS. is: Fin 4ollan In adranea will aay farUraa yaat'iaatmiy MMIMAaacHU., , . . ( tarar ihT W Unas, I Unaa, alv aubaaqaanl inaartiaa. -jj BaMra, ...

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 January 1850

' DIPLOMATIC OJSstSTIOlf.'t, Mr. Cas, of Mioslgas, moved tbt the .1 ,.l.r of iha dav ba noatponM. Fun . --. k. ...Moilinn of hit ratolu TllWIOillu"""""-'"" r k lion on suspending fliplomsiio whiten" nn Austria. . Mr. Cass said, I do not know InaMni ts aolntion b oppof- W Wl Af action : but a 1 hoM' not the opinion of the senate urmn.un whatever may be the report of the Committee , on fftreien Relatione J and the meawire is pp I usualbn 1 deem it; proper. briefly, to, state the reasons which hare induced me to propose it.w ttelntercourse - snbsitrtinr be tween the independent nation of the world were not, reflated by pecinl conventional arranrrernents, but i.tegnlatedby each for it self, subject to the established principlea of the law of nations. . " The great improvement in the mechanical arts, and the general progress of the age, united to that spirit of enterprise, commercial and scientific, which was never more useful ly employed than now, have given increased energy to this int...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 January 1850

-NT" -V"" ' mtmTtTANU LlOtSlATtrBat. T! :? "TsWsrtATfJnii. , MM. OanmilM of Mr. Konigmcbr, lh Son am hmmM M Ihs slootion of hi offioort, Ths following was " f ?! Ullotingii , ''' . fan Itmtt ctn.". Stmiirf W Pwwon. (Whl j) ;: ; liMS-M'MiokeB(Din.) in: Ths Senators voted follows: V FOR ArttstArfT CLCRtt ' .,Jonn Patrick (Dem.) John M. BollivBn (Writs) "J5rh Ssirators voted os follow I v J FOR TaAHSeBlBlllO CtMII , 'Samuel Martin (Dent.) I laaao H. M'Cauley (Whiff) ; ; r ',7'Coinolioa Coll (Dem) ' !. James T. DesrnondffWhig) It ; - ,r !,. nit 17 17 17 1 16 After the election of transcribing creikft, -i On motion of Mr. Ires, it wa, ! Jltsolvtd, that Joseph Y. James be appoint ed an additional transcribing clerk, his duties to commence whenever in the opinion of the Speaker, his services shall be required. - The ballolings were then resumed as fol lows: ,. t ... ... v; ... -. " ' FOB. SMOtArtT-AT-AnMI. , :r; .Wm. S. Millinirer (Whig) 17. ; Win. Vansant (Dem ) , . 16 . FOa ASSISTANT SBB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 January 1850
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 January 1850

'dti facEfukm QbVOSlTE THE POST OFFICE. h;.b. masser, editor and proprietor amfta ilttospaper-Seiote to Hottttcv Jlftrratiirr; ZntoiU$; 'refflti ntooirtlfc flttoli Acftutt an thf arts, flarfettltttre, Ctttkfa, flfrnttsemmtf, r. NEW SERIES VOL. a, NO. 48. ari'n11 " " " mbb TKRBIi OV THE AMERICAN. ' Ml AMSR1C AlV tl pnbtiahed every Saturday t TWO bOLLAHS ftrnmum to be paid half yearly la advance, Me paper dieeonunaad autil iu arrearage. ar paid, AU eemiaunicalione or letters an banneM relating fea Um 'Baa, to amre attention, must to POST PAID. - 1 TO CLUBS. 'TVee soils to on aoUress, . ' "' '" W06 Vera , - Da i Da. ' tOM fifteea Da D WOO Fit. dollars In aavanee will pay fat three year'.eabeeriR iea la th Anwriean. Sa Severe of IS futea, S liases, 100 ts ISO S7S MO . S erv sulweqaeM ineenioa, , qaara, moatae, ots amitns, -vaa yaat, . : , x. ., feeaineae Card! of Five tines, par ennass, ... 4f efrhants and others, advancing by tka year, with tha privileg of inserting dlf- ' 'rerent edve...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 January 1850

(Fto Um It. Y. flrMf Ktlfi, of Ihe iqfr Isst J ARRIVtf Ol( THE JO STKAMItc CltCRoUEB, - WITH THE MAILS Mtofo cAtlrtEtftl, ' Te Ik First ef Ani'eur Half Million Dollart'i CM Tho fine steamer Cherokee, Capt. C. For betjfrom Chagres via KinBlon, JarTth has ruT arrived. ' .We CWrek3 InadV Ihft flasAir Ioot InJ meet, the .atearaer, Panama on the Pacific. On her return, the left Cnagres at half past ?t Thursday, 3m. id, Wilfc44 ?fr(iei'iger, and, $320,000 in apecie on freight, and about the heme amount In itio hatida of (he passenf gera,.. . She arrived, in Kingston on , ihe 6th, at 3 P. M.; left Kingston on Monday, the 7th, at A. M ,' and arrived in New' York" early hi morning, making nine days from Chagres and five day and 6 hours from Kingston. The height of the Sierra KyaJa are com ed wito anow, and this has teen ihe on wel come form of (he 'winter visitant in the more elevated "digging," accompanied by. cold weather.' The mountain streams are but Im perceptibly' swollen as yet althou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 January 1850

..ARRlVAt Of THE . i. 1 . CANADA.,, .1 is later mt fRCADSTCfFS FlR&i fD IN DKMD. fowtr Jtrif iteil ' ;. ; 7 JVMKKX.. ,vv. ..,"..,' TettctnFii OrHet, H1ix, '- 'V Sunday, an. H-10 . M. f -; Ttis stesbip Canada, will. 16 eek In ter inlllift1c fiDtit Eartrt hs jfls T"ch'd. Wprtf'i" will to' N V6rk-;W boat two boart ' j - ; - r Canada bring! 103 ihrodgH passengers. Cottons, with n improved fatting, have atf ratioed one quarter of cent jser lb in tb Liverpool market. ' ; ' The torn market, with 'moderate lone, hat aornewhai JftiproteJ. .';...' In the money market there j much com petition for firot rate paper, rVd mbhey' con. tinuee abundant. " . ,-. American Secuiitiea are firm and in good demand. In the price of Fund little or no Variation ha taken place. ', From England there ia do political intelli gence of conteqneuce. 'Parliament ia to assemble on the 3d of February. Tbe'Orerland Mail from India had arrived. The new, however, possesses but little in terest. . iA. rebellion of a ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 January 1850

f Jj-2flMN' tj Vj T A !' t II . ... L .! 1 LL II -J ILfW sarr-TTi-'i' f-frr. fa r-ar-a W pew leavs o cull the Madera, nlKJntlon following beautiful piece of Poetry.' We know not a mors precious trm efs thought it lh world of literature. - We belieee it wit written by Mr. C. M." Sawyer of N., Y.. I brettoot with a sweet .and gentle inljuetiee, and we know thnt .many of our renders will b6 ftlensoj la prVssrTed i. i . 1 j A4YISIT TftltCAtE. 7: CT&e idea embodied iu lb following poem are, mid to have been really otteied by littlw bey fi?e years old." , . p,0h I lon to lie deaf riioiher, , On the cool and frnpranl press, With nouRht but the sky above my head, And the shadowing clouda that pats. - -' " And I want th bright, bright sunshine, All around about my bed, I will close) my eyes and God will think ' Your little boy is dead! " .Thin Christ will send an angel To take me up to him ; 't He will bear me, slow anil steadily, .' Far through the ether dim.. ' , . - Ho will gently, ge...

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