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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 July 1850

B H. B. MASSEll, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET Ort?OSITE THE POST OFFICE. a Jfamlhj iUtospapcv-Dcliotcli to ftolfUcs, aflcraiurr, -OToraKty, jrorctflrt auto Domestic ilctos, Science mm the arts, aovtculturr, Jttrtrlttts, amusements, fcc. NEW SERIES VOL. 8, NO. IS. SUNllUllY, NOUTIIU31BEULAN 1) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JULY 27, IS50. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 444 TERMS OP TII13 AMEItlCAN. ! Till? AMERICAN Is nulilialicJ every fcitiir.lny nt TWO Wl.I.AK net minimi l. be p.iiil hull yearly in mlranc.-, N nniier illwtntiniiHl imlil AU. nrrirmn- nr.- mi.l. A ll ,,ni.nk-nti.mll , tellers on ll" ""R 10 ",e vOicc, lu insure attention, ihukI ' 'usl 1 Alu- Til HIATUS. . Ml Fivo ,l"llar lii advunco will iay for tlirco year'srotocilo lion to llie American. nine Saimte of 11 lines, 3 lhnc, V.vyiy subsequent insertion, line Sqiinro, 3 immlhs, "Wi. months, IlliSncm'faiinh ot Five linn", vcr mnimri, Morelnmlnnnrtolhon, nuverlisinj hy I ho yciir, with the privilege nl inserting ilil f,;rc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 July 1850

o v t i cj n N c w s . ARRIVAL OF THE AMEIilCAV ONE WEEK .aTER FROM EtRPE. Blr llBbert rl Killed bf an AccidentArrival 0( Vl Amerloan Fleet at Tag", rottiujnl. .-' f Hammx, July 18, A. M. The steamship America arrived off tho har lot last night, but she did not roach her wharf until this morning, owing to a dense fog which prevailed. The growing crops of grain throughout the kingdom continued promising, though the harvest may be later than the average of the season. The Ministry had suffered another defeat by a majority of 22 on the Irish frnnchiso bill. ; Dates have boon received from Lisbon to the 9th ult. Great excitement prevailed there in conseqnenco of the -arrival of an American Squadron in the Tagns, to enforce the claim of 810,000. Twenty-one days were allowed by the American commander for a reply. Fears wore entertained of a re fusal. The Portuguese Government have de termined to resist the demand upon them. Louis Phillippo is said to bo dying of can cer in tho stomach, an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 July 1850

SUNlWliY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKiN JOURNAL. aliforma 2Ccu?s. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP CRESCENT CITY ANOTHER TERRIBLE CONFLAGRATION IN AN FRANCISCO. Over Three Hundred Houses Burned. LOSS-THRfcE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS, 9300,000 la Cold Dust. (Front the Ssn Francisco Herald, June IB.) We have scarcely courage or spirit to at tempt calmly to record this last and most ter rible disanterto our apparently doomed city. We know not how to sufficiently collect our thoughts or our energies under this stunning tlow. In little more than three hours, at least two thirds of the wealthiest portion of the city hare been coniumod. The property -of the heaviest houses in town the hard earnings of years of successful industry tare been swept away. Gloom and desola tion has settled on many a stout heart. Ma ny a man. in easy circumstances has been "brought to the verge of ruin. The commer cial greatness of this fair city has received a shock, from which it will not recover for many a month to come. It is tho ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 July 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN "AND. SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. tn all Chrlatlanlti-d and elTilliwI ecmntriaa. as aaiisad a ' larjnt proportion at riVatlia than any otlwr malady thai fflltta the human family i and. nlittl within a law yaara, thua haa not hwn anjr rim Mmady to atop laa daraata ' Hon of lha dr.m.ror. Itut now BRANT'S INDIAN Caret avrj sniny of tlm ninrt ttrcmrly marked and darl. i.m:d eaaea of j'ulmnnarw eValoamiM nr.lt.. natad raaaa of nreroterf and dilated LllSUS ancti Aopriut a art at ware nrrrr Is-lnre tnrvd by any other nirdiiiise. 80 uiurlf konclnt wern aoma of tlm altli.-li ,1 pertnaa, aa to hare been mnom-ed liy phyticiann and lilfn.li tn b acTUALkr iitins.. Some, who hnd thmr nurial-clotlira made, hare horn cured, and Tt live othnra. who it waa aaid would not lira another day, ara now aa well and nearly aa they ter wore. It nnaaeaaca all the rlramlng and tmrifvlnft virtue nearly aa powerful and active aa the preparation wbivh wa call BRANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT. TM dlffert frm...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 August 1850

A If B I in A m I ! ". vU 1 I.J 1 1VJL IILLJ JL Hi JL V t 1 N o : H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET OfOSlTE THE POST OFFICE. ft jFamU iictospapcr-DcVjotrt to Dolftfcs, aftcraturr, Xttornlftg, jFoMtiW an Domestic flttou, scfenc airt the arts, aurtculture, iHarftets, amusements, &c. i NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 10. ; TERMS OF TUB AMERICA!. THIS AMERICAN it publlahe evary 8atdr(tay at TWO DOLLARS pot nun to ba paid half yearly advance, No paper discontinued until All. arrearage! are pa""- All eomirranicationa or letters on bumneM retaUng to the office, to insure attention, rouat be I'UBI rtuu. TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, Fteven ' J . . . . rwi ln esno 1(M0 aooo Five dollora in advance will pay for three year's subaurip- tion to the American. One Souaie of 18 line, S timet, Kr.ry aubieqnent insertion, On. Square, 3 monthi, '8i month., SI 00 V 950 nrs ftnn On. year, . . ., :,n Merchant and others, advertimn by tha year ..with the privilege of inserting...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 August 1850

SUNBU11Y AM KMC AN AND SHAMOKIN J OUKNAL. (From the Phila. Bulletin, .Inly 17th MR. CLAY'S GREAT SPEECH. THE bUttXTB THAT JllCCl.EbED ITj After Mr. Clajr had r concludod 'hi Rreat pech on the Compromise, which we publish ed yesterday, Mr. Borhwell, of South Caro Ilea, rose to make a few remarks about his State and Mr. Rhelt. The following inter esting debate thon ensued ; r . , . . Mr. Clay; Mr.' President, I said 'nothing . with respeot to the ohamcter of Mr. Rhott, for 1 might as well name him. I know him personally, and hare some respect for him. But if ho pronounced the sentimentattributed ' to him of raising the standard of disunion and ,pf resistance to the common government, ., whatever, he has-been, if he follows up that declaration by corresponding overt act.', he will be a traitor, and 1 hope he will meet the fate of a traitor. (Great applause in the galleries, with difficulty suppressed by the Chair. The President. The Chair will be under the necessity of ordering the gal...

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

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SJIAM0K1N JOURNAL. 'f ! i ' ' tFor Amertcwi.) THE VAIN. Th vain man Molina ViU own pefnon, and here he it wrong; but tie cannot beat Ms own company and here he is right Lscoit. How various the thoughts which Ve vxg feited, its we come In contact with different individul: Some, by their raVe and medi tatire means, remind us bf the face which Nature presents on a calrtr summer sabbath, morning greatness and power seem to dwell In their every par) others, only half as thoughtful, recall to us the appearance of the ekyin the latter part of Autumn, now serene And sprightly and anon cloudy and agitated, While a thM class, call into our memory the bags full of wind, which Homer tells us his herd teceited as a gift from yEolus, those ire the vain. Vanity manifests itself in three ways: af fectation, a desire to be applauded fot that which is not possessed, but imagined, and speculation, which results in what are corn monly termed air castles. Those in whom vanity takes ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 August 1850

SUNBUltY AM Kill CAN AND SHAMOKIN! JOURNAL. "SMALt- SWEKf COURTESIES OF LIFE." i We commend the following as worthy Iho attontion of our renders:- Exlraet from Utter of the lata Wm. Wirt n hi. Danehter 4 "I want to tell you a secret. The way to rnake yourself pleasing to others, is to show that you care for them. The whole world is like the miller at Munsfielil, "who cared for nobody no, not he because nobody cared for him." And the whole world will serve yoQ so, if you give them the same cause, l.et every one, therefore, see that you do care for them, by showing them what Sterne bo happily calls "the small sweet courtesies of jf0i those courtesies in which there is no parade, whose voice too still to tease, and which manifest themselves by tender affeo tionate looks, and little kind acts of attention giving others the preference in every little enjoyment at the tablp, in the field, walking fitting or standing. This is the spirit that pives to your time of life, and to your sex its ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 August 1850

- "f - ERICAN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Tfc.V..'. t.' '..c7,-Tel .... wmmt&mm$&i& NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 2. TERMS OF TUG AMERICA. THE AMERICAN In pnbllilie.1 every RiUinlny nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to Ix pniit hull yearly hi nilvancc, No naner dincontiminl until At.l. arrt-jirmri-s tire tMiiil. All ctimiiiuiiiratioiii or tetter on liiiAtnrss relating to tli orbce, to iniure attention, mint ho ritsi' iaio. TO CLUBS. ThrM eopia to one addicts, 9 ' " Bevea Da D" Kill Fifteen Do Do Sim" Fit dollare In advance will pny fur threa ycar'aatili8i.-rip' lion to III American. On Bouai of 18 line, 3 times, Every salieeqtienl iimertioii, Una Square, 3 munlhi, Ehx montha, One year, Rniinen Carda of Five tinea, per annum, Merchant! anrl other, advertising; by the year, with the privilege "I inserting dif ferent edvertiaomenls weekly. y Larger Advertiaemeuta, at per agreement. tl mi 3"ll 373 6H0 3(H) ID 00 H.B.MASSEH, ATTOUNEY'...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 August 1850

iUaoljingtou .New?. TlIIRTV-rillST tORCJRESS lt SeMlon. j Washington, August 1, 1S50. , Senate., ' Mr. Douglrm movod thht Iho Independent till for Iho admission of California bo i&Vcn up for tho purpose of making it a special or dof, which was agreed to Yeas 34, Nays 23. Mr. Douglas movod that it be rnado tho spocial ordor for this day, at 12 o'clock, and every day thereafter until disposed of. Mr. Atchison moved to amend by striking But to-day, and subotituto Monday, which was tojectod-Ycas 24, Nays 30. In tho courso of some conversation, Mr. Douglas declared ho had no disposition to uperscdo Iho Utah bill by tho proposed spe cial ordor. If H'O motion pending should bo ngroed lo, tho Utah bill, having been ordered to be engrossed, would still bo first passed and sent to tho Ilousu. Mr. Footo expressed his desire, beforo tho California bill should bo taken up, that the Senate should take up that portion of tho late Omnibus bill relating to Now Mc.vieo mid Tpxas, and pass it. It ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 August 1850

aaiira SUNJJUKY AMERICAN AJN) SJ1AMOK1N JOUltNAL. rALL or hie iron Rtumfte and uiif.au TCt CRASH, on THE eSFAV YOItK AND erie kahkoad. , Stgamrr Thomas Powell, Hudion River, Aug. 1, 1850. J Tho most frightful view I ever beheld, vras this morning, 'between 4 and 5 o'clock, at what is Called tho iron bridge, between Narrownbtfrgh and Lacka waxen, on tho New York nd Erie Railroad. - Thii bridge gave way yesterday abdu't half-past 12 o'cldck-, as Ufa tnorning Tfelglit train, going 'cast, was crossing. The express had patfscd but a short time 'before. At the loebmotivo of the freight train came on the bridge, it began to settle ; tho engineer put on all possible '-team, and by Ua increased power succeed in reaching tho "opposite stone abutment, but tho clfort threw the engino from tho track, which nlono sAved it from being drawn back into tho general Vtrin. The bridge foil immediately, precipitating the next car into tho abyss. Tho bridgo was about 60 feet in length, and the ravino aome...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 August 1850

TEMTERANCE AJIECDOTE. The Rev. T. P. Hunt, the Temperance Lecturer, tell the following story: A small tempernnoa society has been start ed In a community very much under the con trol of a rich distiller, commonly called "Bill Myers.", This man had several sons who had become drunkards on the facilities flV.r.to,l hv lltoir oiliirntinn fit hOITie. " Tho "J ...... Whole family was arrayed agatnsi m muvo- merit, and threatened to break up any meot imj called to promoto the object. Learning this Mr. Hunt went to a neighboring district for temperance volunteers for that particular occasion. He then gave out word for a meeting, and at the time found his friends and enemies about equal in numbers. This faot prevented any outbreak, but could not prevent noise, Mr. Hunt mounted his platform, and by a few sharp anecdotes and witty sayings, soon ilencod all noise except the sturdy "Bill Myers" the old Dutchman crying out, "Mishter Hunt, money makes the mare go." To every shot which seemed read...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 August 1850

f, H. B.' MASSES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MAftKET &TIIEET; OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. yflf iFamUg .ftctosp.w-Dct.otrt to ajolftfes, attcraturc, iWoralftg, jForcfurt an Domestic .ftctos, Scfctto ana the art, STflrfculture Ularluts, amusements, c. NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 91. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1850. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 4y; ,. t ' '' 1 n t . . ? f r : ' ' ' IMfEIMN. l : II II II 11 1. X MS ALy JL VIA TERMS OF THE AMERICAS. THE AMERICAN is poWithwl vwy rVitnrAiy at TW (DOLLARS pr annum to be pnil hitlf yearly in itjlvairce Na piper discontinued onlil ali. .rrwiraK.-. are I""'- All onmrnunieatiniia m lettrr. nn hron. rrtjtiiig W ,n a.ns. In Inun attention. mut lie POST 1 Alii. tlGca. to insure attention, must TO CLlTB9. "Three eonies to rats eddrean, .r.a D - IV. DO Kin' so o" Fir. dollars hi advance will pay for three year's sulwjrip" tioa to the Amsnosn. Ona Boa.of 16 lines, 9 timet, Every subsequent Insertion, Vtaa Square, 1 months...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 August 1850

CLECTRO.MAGNETISM AS A MOTIVE roWER.THE IMPORTANT QUF.S TIO! SETTLED. Professor Page, in the Lecturet wbich he it now delivering before the Smithsonian ln-J ititution, tales that there is no longer any doubt of the application of this power4 as a substitute for steam. Ho exhibited the most imposing experiments ever witnessed in this branch of science. An immense bar of iron, weighing 'one hundred and sixty pounds, WAS made to spring up by magnetic action, nd lo move rapidly up and down, dancing like a feather in the air, without any visible support. The force operating upon this bur he stated to Average three hundred pounds through ten inches of its motion. . lie said he could raise this bar ono hundred feet as readily as through ten inches, and he expected no difficulty in doing the same with a bar weighing one ton, or a hundred tons. He( could make pile-driver, or a forge-hammer, with great simplicity, and conld make an engine with a'atroke of six, twelve, twenty, or any number of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 August 1850

"t.- tmKj SUNBURY- AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ; Arrival of the PACIFIC. . rOKR DATS LATER FROM X ROVE. The U.S. mail steamer Pacific, Capt. Nye, arrived at New York on Sunday evening from Literpool, bringing European sdvices to the 31st ult. The great matter of interest by this arrival 5s a bloody and hard-fought battle between the Danes and Holsleiuors, on the C5lh of July, In which the latter were totally defeat ed. Tho field of action was ldstedt, a small Village on the Flensburg road. The Danish army amounted to about 45,000 men, com Winded by General Von Krouh ; the army t rtolsteihers td 28,000. The carnage Vas terrible, the following is the accoti.il given of the fight. Denmark nnd the UncMt".. balih of ldstedt Great Slaughter of the Schksmg-Hohtein Army-Entrance of the Danes into Schlesu-ig. The war now has commenced in earnest. 6tx the 25th the two armies met, and after ome skirmishing a regular engagement en Udefl, in which the Danes were victor.ous. The battle began a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 August 1850

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. 5H(0crUautoitfK Scatter. YOV ' AND I. . From a menffy published volume, entitled 'Bgtria: or Tht Spirit of If attire,' and . other poems, ' ' r BY CHARLES .',.. ;. Who would soorn bis humble fellow For the coat ha wears 1 , For the poverty he suffers! For hit daily caresT ' Whowould pass him in the footway With averted eye V ' Would you, brother 1 No, you would not. If yon would not I. Who, when vice or crime repentant, With a grief sincere Ask'd for pardon, would refuse it Mora than Heaven severe 1 Who to erring woman's sorrow Would with taunts reply 1 Would you brother 1 No, you would not. If you would licit 1. Who would say that all who differ From his sect must be Wicked sinners, heaven-rejected, Sunk in error's sea, And consign them to perdition With a holy sigh . Would you, brother1? No, you would not. If you would not I. Who would say that six days' cheating In tho shop or mart, Mieht be rubb'd by Sunday praying, From tho tainted heart, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 August 1850

. . ' W WB lift :Hi . :AM.E EI CAN. i 1 ' .. . f .... .. ..... .. lx 5 ,t .;!,r.'l I .: 1) , I .... II.' B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. - . jj.-.n... Limtwr i i m n i h. vi 'i it u i k r. it. . i 1 1 r. iii.i iiinii.n. ft jFamfla iiciuspapcr-Dcotcti to Vomers, fificrnturc, Jttoraltts, ffiovtl&rt an& Domestic zuas, defence an the arts, asrfcuUurr, iflTat'Uets, amusements, fcc. NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 23. SUNHURY, NORTIIUMBEHTiAM COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, AUC.UST 31. I MO. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 44 TERMS OF THE: AMICKICAX. THE AMERICAN it piibll.hett every Saturday at TWO hOLLAHS per annum to b. paid half yearly in advance, k- j; I .....a ill irrmmcn RTe naid. AHcommiinieatiiins nt letter, on hiiuneas rr luting to the office, to msure attaiuinii, mast lie I'OSf I"AID. TO CLUBS. tMnuho fowl lm"n' Do Do ' ' '8000 Five dollars In tdvnnc will pay for three year'iiubecnp Won to the American. . "One Sanale of IS lines, 3 timet, Krerr iileiiieiit insertion, tine Square, 3 months, ISi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 August 1850

iUasljington 2Ccw0. Correspondence of Ihe Phils. Le'lgcr J FROM WASHINGTON. , The Tariff Question in Congress-Mr- Hamp ton Plan-Coal and Iron-Mr. Bayly's Speech againSomething Must and Will be Done for PennsylvaniaProbability of In serting a Tariff Clause in the Civil and Dip lomatic Appropriation BUI in the Senate Probability of the House Concurring The Coming Week Its Importance to the Conn try Public Opinion North and South Right ing Itself. Washington, August 25. On Saturday last, Mr. Hampton, of Pitts burg, made his promised movemont in regard to the Tariff, and the first attempt has really shown a greater strength in the House in fa vor of that measure than had at first been anticipated. That the Tariff of 1S4G is sus ceptible of improvement is admitted on all hands, and by no person more so than its au thor, the Hon. Rob't J. Walker. That tho principles on which the Tariff of 1846 is pla ced are correct, no one will, after the success ful experiment of four years, presume 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. — 31 August 1850

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOMN JOURNAL. (Por th American. ,MA. Editor : I observe in the Lewisburg Jhronicta of the 21st inst., an address, signed y thittyseren citizens, calling themselves Vemocrats, but who at the same time de :lare in the most positive manner, that they mt ill oppose the nominations made by the ate Democratio County Convention. Though, nanyofthem participated in electing dele ate to that Convention, and with the long mtablished bsage of the Democratic party, onsequently the leaders of this party eannot ny longer be considered democrats, as they ppose the principles on which democracy is junded. As it is an absurdity in iiself, to ippose that fourteen delegates, (this being le whole number favorable to the nomina ion of Mr. Slenker,) should regulute and con ol a convention consisting of foity. Hence, rould it not be fair to infer, that the leaders f these thirty-seven self constituted gunr tans of the democracy ofUnion county, have .npoused the cause and doctrine o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 August 1850

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND STIAMOKIN 3 OUllNAL. .-.. , ... rEEiii ... w ........ ''.'"..," , BY MARTIN P. TCITER. , . Struck down at noon amid the startled throng, An eagle shot while soaring to the aun A wounded gladiator dying, strong, . 'As loth to leave the gloriea he had won ; A life-long patriot with hla work half done Of thee, great statesman, ahall my morning aong, .'Arise In dread calamity ! of thee, Whom the wide world, o lately and long .Thine acolyte, would crowd to hear and sec, Their Intellectual Athlete, their high name ' For eloquenco, and prudence, gifts and pow- . . crs t Butlo that Btnrry mind, a heavenly flame, Is well enfranchised from this earth of ours, Translated in the zenith of its fame 1 '.. A VALUABLE NEW WHEAT. We were yesterday shown a few heads of wheat, from a field of twelve acres on the farm Of Mr. J. E. Coad. in St. Mary's conn ty, (not far from Piney Point,) in Maryland, of so remarkable a quality ns to deserve a special notice. The grain is a bearded w...

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