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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 May 1851

gryr-jv v. CAN II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PHOPMETOH. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ft jTamfla ilcto.5pipci--Dci)otci to DoIHlw, a.icmture, HoialHj, iForcfrjti ini Domrstfc ittctos, scfntc ant the puts,' aarfculturr, ilTitrUcts, amusements, c. jjfc$EKIKS.VOL. J, KO. r. SUMHJJIY, N () liTl 1 UiM 11 E U LAN I) COUNTY, PA., SATUJIDAY, MAY lO, I 851. OLD SEI1IES VOL. 1 I, No. 33. MIR ! ; terms or ins American. THE AM Kill CAN' is (uibiiKtip.t vt-ry Snturrtny at TWO lHU.t.AKS t" i. humid M 1" puid hnlf veiiiy in advance. i paper iliMiiiniul until ail srrwiroi;!! 11 re pai . AM rtninimiratinn Ml cm on lusiut; rrlrt'intj tit thtotlice, tujucu eoitcnti n. mint Iw I'OM' PAID, TO CI.LL5. Three cepies t: hiki inMrcas, f .(io Stfwn .- U 10 no FilWii 1 ' I' ' VUOU I'ive il 'liars in nlvmire will rny fur tlitce year ul Scrip in t liic AiihTu'uii. Oni Sau.nr -f 10 lim .1 lin.ts, lV1 Slit St 'JIM-Ilt illM I 111 'M, One !iii:iil', J inoiiHi", PlA til IllllH, One yt':ir, Hwmhcss ('ti...

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 May 1851

IROM CAl.lFoniM-At.AIIAMA AT NEW ORLEANS. New Om.rsfis, May 8 T. M. The exports from Kan Francisco of gold dust on Hie clay the steamer Tennessee left, amount lo two million of dollar. There have been frequent rains in tins talley and snow on (ha mountains, thus en abling th miners to renew thair digging operations. Gold from qnattz rock has been .procured with bettor success, but no machi nery is suitablo for the purposo. Agriculture tins year will be an important feature in California large portion of the population having turnej their attention that way. If Congress pawed any law by which the farmer may know he has pood title to the land that he improves, the State vrill supply her consumption in a few years. The Indian difficulties aro not yet defi nitely settled. Politics are exciting attention, and the people are Marshaling for a contest. The Legislature is still in session, but no further attempts have been made to elect a United Slates Senator probably something will be done...

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 May 1851

1 SU N BU 11 Y AMK1UC A N AND SllAMOKlN J OU AlT Sl.kqt EII.tM A RAILROAD COMTAMY. The enterprise covered by Iho charter of he "Siinquclmnna Railroad Company," re oently enucleil by the Peiinsylvanin Legisla ture, is iindotib'.edly one of lending impor tance to the numerous Interest whoso well fare ia to be promoted by it. It contem plates the construction of a railroatl com mencing nt ami connecting with the north ern end of the York and Cumberland Rail road, thenre running lip ihe west bank ol the Susquehanna river and crossing and con necting with Ihe Pennsylvania Railroad ; thence continuing up the west bank to a point opposite Dauphin, where it will pus te the east sido cf tha river by a suitable bridge, connecting at Dauphin with ihn railroad It-ruling- to tll9 semi-bituminous coal fields ; passing up the east bank of the Sus quehanna river from Dauphin to fjunbury, and in its course intersecting and connect ing with the L ken's Valley Railroad, the Mahonoy Railroad, and the S...

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 May 1851

SUNBUllY ""AMERICAN AND SHAMOIUN J OUKNAL 2Hf0trUniicoufii wnttf v- Tho Kerry Heart Tii well to liave a merry henit, However .hort we stay ; There's wimlom in a merry heart, Whate'er the world may any! Philosophy may lift iia head Anil tinil out many a law, But givo me the phiiusophy That's iifipny with a straw I If life but bi hips us happiness It brines us, we are lohl What's hard lo buy, though rich one try, With all llieir heaps of sold 1 Then latinh away let oilier say Whate'er they will of mirth; Who lauchs the most may truly boasl He's got tho wealth ol earth ? Thore's bennly in a merry laugh, A moral beauty too ; It shows the heart's un honest heart, That's paid each man his due, And lent a share of what's to spare Despite ol wisdom's fears; And made the cheek less sorrow speak, Tho eyo weep fewer tears. The sun may shroud iiselfln 'cloud, The tempest-wrath bepin ; It finds a spark to clu-er the dark, Its snnli-iht is within ! Then luujh away, let others say Whate'er they wi...

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 May 1851

CAN 0 H. B. MASSED, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a iFamfly xieiasp.ipcr-DrtotcJr to Volftfrs, aftcraturc, ftXoral.iij., j?orcfcit ant Domwtfc Rictus, science ann Xt arts, Slflifcultuvr, iUarhcts, Amusements, tc. NEW S Kit IKS VOL. I, NO. S. SUNllUKY, NOKT1I II. M It Kit LAN I) COUNTY. l'A.. SATUiiDAY, .MAY 17, 18.11. OLD SKRIKS VOL. II, NO. 34. BY AMEft lj jmi I 1 iiiim mshTi " j. THE A.WKltll'AN Is e-uli!is'ic.l .nrr S-itatitay at TWO bUI.I.AHS 'T iii'iiiiin In lie i m.l feuf jci'i y ii. advance. No pH w tlisc 'iitimieil unul ALL J-a-rej.tegus bre paid . All C'.mtlitl?eirci--ii -a letleree i n husiitfw. ri-lnltug t "lh ofi.e, lu u.uie .-cte.i-i i. m.: lie 1V!'I' PAID TO il.i, u-v Tare. copit-B to - m' :ul r. .n, fetcvvn !i. to Uu filler! ',) . 1 1 . 'J , . 0 I iv ,1 Lac Ii ;:!vic.- e.1 la , il) I- I lli.c- Jveil'e t . ..- ci-ia.!. n l. ilu- .,.ie-iic.oi Oir 8:iU "i' ! .0 lines, a tunes, Km itni'iti 'in n. iiisonii'ii, Cue Squiiie, a lu.'ii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 May 1851

tiii: ki.ni RouBinY. Th(1 rirriln-ialnnr'pft fi.nmv.ttd with ill fobbr-ry of lh jewelry store of Jnhn Klein, in North Third street, nil Wednesday night, re exewdinply painful, and the case is one full tf warning lo all young men. It hns al ready been Hated in tbe Ledger ihnt the supposed thieves were in custody. Yester. day morning the case was again brought before Mayor Wilkinson, and in the prison er's dork appeared Abraham I.andis, Albert Klein, fsano Landis, and Joseph Klein two uf the Tarty are sons of the person robbed, tho others nephews. The principal witnes ses examined were the officers instrumental in arresting the defendants, and when they had roiirlnded, Albert Klein, who it about 22 years of nae, proponed that he would turn Plate' evidence ami relate the dory, which would bring to justice the real perpe trator of the offence. He was listened to in the course of his story, but nothing was eli cited from him further than that Abraham Landis made the false keys. This had ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 May 1851

t-? S UN li U 11 Y AM K K 1 C A IS A N D SI I AM OKI N J OUKNAL. From tht N-wsrk Daily Advertlaer. BEVOLt'TIOMAnV FH AGM li.T.. A MfOMAN't WIT AND ATHlOTtsM. In converiinB with hiehly intrllietMil fentlfimtn of lhi Stat, riot long oiiirp, I heard a atory of no .' int"tt't, which ought lo be lep'aleil, nllhnnh not connfoH-il with Morris Cnttnty, nor even wild New Jerey. Hi informant o Mi. Hopr-pr, who resideil (imelipre in tho reinim uf Kamarro. When the Aiiiericnn nrmy wn tationPil amonir ihn Hiuhtanila, liothini! waa more frpqnenl than for nfTirei to cinno..lo 'thin tally's house. Gen. Washim-tnii himself -n in Ihe habil of Hopping with tin) fami ly. The Americans were t.ot their only visitor, but tho enpmy, ttrnrteil by the iferliliiv of tlie (liniit, .imetimea maje foraging iueiiroiona into the region. On on oceusicin -veral otliceis of our ar my had been belated und sp"iit the niyht at .Witt. Hupner house. They had wilh them .oniaer.M money, and in thei mnrniiiu did not make '' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 May 1851

vm,-.... ; SUNBUilY AMKlllCAN AND SHAMQK1N JOURNMJ " """" . ..ZZiZZZT XlXtotrUaiuQiiff irUflttrr. l'rin tlic Nula. Weakly San. The North to the South sends Greeting. r A 11 E l I K S E. nr ntiAi.vEitn 'vilua.mson. Ronlhrrn nrrthprn- why this clamor, From your f t i r nml sunny land, 'Ti mil sound of loom or hiinimor, Or of work's iinluoliiiil liamj ; Kor the? voiiio of I,nve'n devotion, Kor of 1'rli'mlship's holy woid, Bill of 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 COMtinotinil, TliruateniiiLf war uiiU Hashing woid. Know ye not our lienrta will ne'er Tmiiors lo our Union turn ' Think yo Hint our Love shall ever For our country erase to burn 1 Or th:ii now, no iilood paternal Swell in tides through Noithem veins. Blood of Slips ! rnibiilmrvl, eternal, On our mountains, hills unit pluiui 1 Think ye, tint our hpnrts tue ctaven That 'they fear war's sternei test That no P.iVl's hiyh deed? me praven On rnoli Norlhein's fearless breast 1 Think ye, that thu trumpets callinp, Now' shall fright the sons of l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 May 1851

MERICAN J -1 0 IL B. MASSKR, EDITOR AND PllOPRIETOK. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. NEW SKK1KS VOL. J, NO. !. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. ' THE AMERICAN is jnil.li.hc.l every Riiiinlny nt TWO DOI.I.AitS per nniium I" I''d 11,111 ''"' '" MniM. No paper iliw.wtiniiiil "'" ' ""oumge. "- '"ui cnmmniiienti.ms or l.-uor. on ''"V""".'';'','!',''5 '" Ike office, to inaure attention, mini l I V.. 1 1 TO CLUMS. Taree eopiea to one aililrci, f :' Sev.n l) n 11 ' fifteen 1. J" Five dollar, in wlranre will pay lor tlirce y.ai 8 iii ecriplion to the American. On Slums nf 10 linen. 3 times, err Hle(jm,nt iiirrii'u, One Square, il montlm, til monthi, n yenr, uiineat Cnnl f Five linp, nr nnnntn, Jb1rrh.mta mid others, iMlvrriiiiu y tlit j-cnr, with the privilege nf nifct-.i'tiug different mlvet'tifu-mrnl wi-rkly. Larger Advertisement, n per Bgrecmnit, 1 00 4A0 filHI J I. 'I I 10 00 ATTOItNEY A T L A W , SUNBUHY, PA. Biisiiiea! attended to in t!ir Counties of Nor thumberland, Union, Lyco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 May 1851

SUNBUltY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAL. THE ISnlM OF NEW MEMCO, THE Sl'NIS, MOHIH, N AVA JOS, APA( We are permitted to publifh the following Inferestinfj letter from Cel. A. W. Doniphan, of Mo , lo Rev. John P. TWbin, O. D. in re. f1y lo noma queries addressed to tiim on Ihe subject of establishing missions tif the Me thodist Episcopal Church among the Indians of New Mexico. Libertv, Mo., Arnit. 10, 585!. , Jlev. John P. Durbin, 1). D. ' ' ' j 1 can give jou liltlo information in rc'a--tion to the Indians of New Mexico, other than what has been published. On my arri val in the city of New Orleans, as I returned . from New Mexico, I furnished one of the cily papers, (the National,) a brief descrip tion of somo of these tribes and Iho country they inhabit, and lo that I refer you, but will hero givo yon a brief account of those tribes of which Mr. Gurley speaks. ' A mission to the Zunians or Zmii?, is more likely to prove successful than any other. They reside on a branch of the River...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 May 1851

SUN13U11Y AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. California ZCcius?. ARRIVAL OF tllF. IX. bORADO. fifteen llnys t.ntcr from California. Tha teamliip El. Dorado, Caplixin Wright, from Clwpres, by wny or Ilavnnnn, arrived at New York on Saturday morning. She left the former place on the 7th, ami tli latter on lha 12th inst. On the day she left Chagrep, a steamship was going into Chfi grcsB. The El. Dorado brings a largo num ber of passTgcrs. The gold dust and mails wore loft on the Isthmus by the El. Dorado, after having wuitcd at Chagios fur them wo days. Fuom tut. IsTiims. Tha steamship Panama, from Pan Francisco, April 15th nr. ived at Panama on the 2I Jlay, bringing .ono million dollars in gold dust on freight, nd 220 passenger. The steamship 1st li mit! left San Francisco in company with tho Panima, having on board about one million dollars in gold dust, and about 300 passen gers. Tho C. S. Sloop of Vro Viucnnucs was M Panama May M ; all well. Tho teamshjpCold Hunter was at Acnpiiloo, ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 May 1851

SUiNimilY AMiaUCAIS AN1) S11AM0KIN JOURNAL JtttocrlUmroug 3nttf At: Love GKNEnLi.Y opt'oks in pootryi though omo pcojilo mo rulhor awkward in the const i net inn nf vnrser. wo recommend m .,i,:: i - . ,it ft in tho voice of ...v outJtr..,t;ii t n .noo, nature, free from tho trammels of orlhogra. phy, and unembarrassed by Ihe rules of pe dantic scholarship. u luvlv phi I Hm Inv n Why rarnt yu lnv poro i 10 f,'it Won kis wot would i dil i think ide tier bout di 11 lielR I nxfid to Inv mo but n told mo u kiiddrnt ide Inv u like bnrkc dim a tro but then u said i ehuddunt i la.e my hand rile on my hart and !o'z bets i Inv su and till u tako a worser part tu u 1 will prov true o vrnnst I hive a nntlicr pal Ilur name it was murrier but belsey derr my lnv for u ii 40 times more hire . New York city is overrun with foreign beggars. The foot of the owner is Iho best manure for his land. Query t If the practice of wearing men's apparel becomes general with the latliefj what is to become of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 May 1851

A) R Y A .XL -iii j l 0 A. s 4 H. B. MASSEK, KDITOll AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OrVOSITli THE POST OFFICE. Mftf S3 jF.nnUy 3lrtu...pflprr Dcliotcfc 10 DoUifcs, Eftcinturr, iWoralfii?, jmcfflit nnfc Qomr&'lfc iirtos, Semite nnH the Slits, Cturfculturr, marttcts, amuscmrnts, :c. 11 ii mw ww wn wwiiiiii im.iiMii jbw una NKW SKIUES VOL. 1, Ml. 10. """T--ttt iririi' -"T"irr tiw-ibiwihw m iimwi n TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMKIUOAN is published rvrrv PtiUmtny nt TWO DOM-AHS ptT minimi M hr hnll" yt-nrlv io haute. No paper iliscoiiiiiiii.-d until am. iirmmitri-i-. are J) id. All cuminmiicntioii" r letters on hnpitieju. rilnf hit? t Wie olTu-e, tv injure iittculion. must hu POST PAID. TO I'l-HiS. Three copin t" mm :hMr'ss PS 00 9-r-rrn ! ! 1" tut Filtcin JM tfU (Hi Fived-illnrs in adviitico will p;iy f-r tin re yiur's suli Rcriptiun to the Aimnniii. One Suuiirr f 15 lines. H tiim's, livery mthMMjuriit iin-vjiin, One hqu;tre, '.I iii'uitlis, HlX niontliK, ne year, lunitH'Px C...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 May 1851

SUN BURY AME1UCAN AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. AGRICULTURAL CONVENTION. rursuant to publio notice a large number nf farmers and others assembled nt the Court House, in Stinbnry, on Saturday the filth Inst., nt 2 o'clock, T. for the pur pose of organizing nn Agricultural Society, for the County of Northumberland. The meeting was organized by the appointment of tho following officers: PRESIDENT. Capt. SAMUEL HUNTER. VICE PRESIDENTS. Hon. C-. C. Welker, J. Weimkii Lf.hjiiow, Peter Oberporf, Col. jAron Himmsii, Jacob Ska.ihoj.tz, Amos E. Kait. SECRETARIES. tt'm. I. Greenovgh, Wm. ?. Kipp, David Taggart. The President on taking his seal relumed his thanks for the honor conferred on him, briefly stated tho object of the meeting;. On motion of David Taggart, Esq., a Com mittee of five persons were appointed to pie pare and report a Constitution, lor nn Agri cultural Society, for Northumberland county. The President appointed the following: David Taggart, Esq , Wrn. P.. Kipp, James Cameron, Samue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 May 1851

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. iiciilrciai, om)cntton. SUrNBUBT AND ERIE RAIL ROAD. An adjourned meeting of the Stockholders of the Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company, waa held at the Building of the Reading Railroad Co., No, 73 South Fourth Street, in the City of Philadelphia, on Saturday, the 24th of May, of which the Hon. JOHN K. KANE was appointed Chairman, atid S. V. MERRICK, Esq., Secretary. The minutes of the meeting held the 22tl inat., having been read and approved, the proceedings of a meeting held at St. Mary's, Elk County, on the subject of this road, were thereupon read, and the sentiments thereof concurred in. 1 The meeting was then eloquently addres sed on the importance of this road to Phila delphia, by Joseph Y. James, Esq., of War ren County, the lion. Judge Woodward, of Luzerne County, and Albeit Kelly, Esq , of Ohio. On motion, it was. Resolved, That the Stockholders do here by accept 'a further supplement to an Act entitled 'An Act to incorporate the Sun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 May 1851

SUNDUIIY AMKlllGAN S HAM OKI N J OU11NAL. poet v ) . ; A Table THE I.IOy AND TUB CPU. The following UUe, 1-in from tire works of John (Jay, o lliiti.-h pool, i? as np plienblo Io some of our pot-liouso politicians of the present (liy, ns it was the timo the author peunej it How fund nrc men of rule iinj ylwc, Wild court it from the. nipnn ami bust- ! These catinot boar nn equal niyh, liut f:om Mipeiior merit lly They lovo llio collar's vulvar joke, And loose their hours in ale and finoke, Tliero o'er some pretty club preside1 So poor, so paltry is their pride ! Kay, e'en with fools wholo n'mlrta will sit in hopes to be supreme in wit. If these can read, to these 1 write, To set their worth in truest light. A l.ion-cn1, nf sordid mind, Avoided all the lion kind ; Fond of applause, ho sought the feasts Of vulgar and ignoble, beasts ; A V i I h aos all his time ho spent, Their club's perpetual president. He eaupht their manners, luoks. and airs : An ass in every thins, but cars 1 If e'...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 June 1851

CA. t l II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jTamfla SirVunpcr-DcbotciJ to Uolftfcs, attrtntuvc, iilornUt", ifovclmt ana Bomrstfc Rictus, Scfntcc nnfc the arts, agrfculturr, ifttarKcts, amusements, fcc. NEW- HKHIF.S VOL. 1, NO. 11. SUXBUUY, NORTIIUMIiKRIiASn COUNTY. l'A., SATUIiDAY, JUNE 7, I SSI. OLD SERIES VOL. 1 I, NO. 37, TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AMKIIICAN is pntili-iie.l wwy ftuturdne nt TWO DOL.L.AK3 per milium III be puM lml1" yearly ill advance.. No paper d ic- nLi iiiiuf u mil all ancaingss are paid . All communication r lrtlei on hoiiin-- reliotiifr to the office, tu insure attention, mind Its I'l'SI' PAID. TO CI.l US. Three copies to one aiMress, SM'O Bcvcn JM lo to mi Fittem V'i lio 'JijOU Five dollars in niivauce will pay for throe year's sub ecrtpuuii to lite American. One Bourne of 111 lines. :i times, Kvery suuseptnnl intuition, '.Mie S.mitfc, U iii'tiths, Six month, One year, Rawness Cnrc ot' five lines, per min...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 June 1851

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUllNAL. So v c i gu civ p. ARRIVAL OF TUB STEAMSHIP WASHINGTON. uintr days laii h nto.w Etnoru. The steamship Washington, Capt. Lloyd, from Southampton, May 2 l.-t, arrived at New Yoik yesterday afternoon, nt 4 o'clock. She brings I.omlon dates to the 2 1st of May, nnd passengers. Thu Washington sailed fiom lSrcmcn on the .IGtli, Mini arrived el Southampton on the IStli May, finally departing on the 21st. Her voynj-e ha", therefore, occupied 11 day! 22 hour. The propeller Lafayette, of Philadelphia, 14 days out, w-ns spoken on tho 2Clh May. When four days out she broke her air pump, and from that timo had worked her high pressure engine. Sho acquired no assis tance. The Pacific's passage, was made in nine days nnd nineteen hours, beating the last passage of the Cunardet's. six hours. A new planet has been discovered in tfie constellation of Scorpio. Morris Doyle, of Springfield, III., a pas senger in tho Washington, died on the 21st May. The great Ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 June 1851

SUiNUUliY AMEIUCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. THE CRYSTAL PALACE BEATEN. Dr. Duff", in his speech nt the universary meeting of the Wesleyan Melliodist Mis sionary Soeioty in London, thus described one of the Heathen Temples of India : "In Seringham yon have the himest hea then temple that can probably bo found from the North to the South pole. It is a square, each side being a milo in length, so that it is four miles round. Talk of your Crystal Palace 1 Why, as a man would put a penny in his pocket, you might put your Crystal Palace into the pocket of this huge pagoda. The walls aro 25 feet high and 4 or 5 feet thick, and in the centre of each wall rises a lofty tower. Entering the first square you come to another with a wall ns 'high, and four more towers. Within that square there is another nnd within that again another crowded by (lionrands of Brahmins. The great hall for pilgrims is supported by a thousand pillars, each cut out of a single block of stone :" Authentic information from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 June 1851

JSUiNB UJIY AMEIUCAjN AND SI I AMOK IN JOURNAL. P o c t V 1J . I'min tht American Messnijer. The Uttermost. BV MRS. L. II. SIOOUnSET. 'He il able to save in the ntlrrmcirt." The nttprinosl upon the ikir's Of I ho fin hoot of lifi', Who share not, on the hr-it-hls of power, Its glory, nr its strife Thpy bear the burden nn'l the toil, Nor banner lift, nor plump, Vet there's an Eye that marks them all Amid their rayles gloom. Tho uttermost the last is sin, The lost whom men condemn, And banish from the realm of hope, Ho careth even for them : He listenelh at their prison-eato For prayer, or contrite) sijih ; He knnckeih lonp, he knnckclh lule, Even where is no reply. The uttermost till life recadc, Eren to the latest sand Of time's most frail and brittle glass, He still doth waiting stand : He bendelh o'er I he dying man, Till the ginned eye i dim j He saveth to the mtormn.it, That all may trust in Mini. )umcmvcu5. THE MAGICIAN AND THIS MAHKET MOM AN. McAllister, the famous Magician, w...

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