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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 February 1852

. . ; 1 " ' .1! l.l . .! I 1 " i-f M : - I i i.'t ' t - t , IB r r -' VI. i ) nil H. B. MASSER; EDITOR AND PllOPKIETOK. ; ' OFFICE,' MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. , SI jTamds iletospapcr-DetootcH to Jjolftfcs, aftcrnture, HloraUta, jForrton an Domestic Sictos, Sc(?nct airt the art. aar(culturr, Jarfttt, amusements, NKW 8KIUK8 VOL. 4, NO. 47. SUXHUItY, NOIITIIUAIIIERLANI) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 185. OLD SERIES VOL.. 19, NO. 31. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMERICAN ia puWInherl every ?nturly m TWO DOl.l.AUS per annum In be paid hnlf yearly In ilvaitce. Mo paper tliwoiitiiiumt until all arrearagaa axe paid. All eommanlrntlima or letters on liminni renting; t (lie office, to iuaare altemion, niuat lie POST 1'AiU. TO Ct.UBS. Ttiree cupi" one aihlreef , f 3 "0 Vvea 1- Do to 1X1 Filteeu Do Do WOOD Five d.'Unr. In arivanrn will pay Tut three jeat'a aub eeription to lite American. One Srniaie of 1(1 tinea, 3 timea, K.vetv enlmequent insertion, Una frquare, a iiionlha, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 February 1852

c tij'.1 i mi SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAL. 691 81 b i 45 CITRACVVfTMBhervnT orTHKCAXAL tOMMfSBIOSEn. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has completed, and in 'operation 6521 miles of eanal and railroad, independent of feeder not navigable, a follows! - s ,0 Milt. Delaware diviswn, fmm Bristol lo Eas ton, Columbia Rail Road, from Philadelphia to the basin o( Columbia, m y Kaston division,' from Columbia lo the ' junction f 4he Juniata and Snsqoe hanna division at the head of (he Duncan' Island, Juniata division, from the, junction at ( pWcan's Islands lo the basin at Hot 1 iday abu sg, w. vm-w-. U7J Portage Rail Road, from Hollidaysburg lo Johnstown, - :.;.!. 3 Western division, from Johnstown to the Monongahel river at Pittsburg, 104 I Susquehanna division, from the junc- . lion at Duncan's lsiand lo Northum betland, West Branch division, from Northum berland to Farrandsville, North Branch division, from Northum berland lo the Lackawanna, Bald Eagle side cut, from the pool ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 February 1852

SUNBUHY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES OF NORTIIUMBK11LAN1) COUNTY. From the first day of January, A. D. 1851, to the 31 dity of December, .?. D. 1S51, . i 4 botk days included. , , GEORGE B. YOUXGMAN, ESQ , TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE SAME. To am't rec'd from Collcctori fur 1849, $378 1 1 J m 1850, 6030 S4i , , 1851, 4279 25 - County tax unseat, land, 3 78 Road tat do 8 30 School tax do 30 m County tax on Tighlman's lands, 17 60J Road tax do 1 Sl ' " School tat do U 3RJ Poor tat do I' Du bill of D. Chichester. 6 00 G. Martin, rent. Court House, 100 " Dividend on Northumberland Bridge Stock, P0 00 - Refunded by Jus. EcXman, 10 76 J m " J. M. Simpson, 3 00 " Court fines and Jury funds from Proth'y Farnsworth, 73 00 'Balance duo George B. Younginan on County Funds, 631 10 $11,379 12 J GEORGE B YOUNGMAN, ESQ., TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE COUNTY, RESPECTING STATE FUNDS, FOll 1851 du. To amount of Slate tax for 1843, $44 61 18)9, 216 06 " 1850, 2143 21 u...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 February 1852

fK1pftrtMIWIK if - ; -fj . 1 t ! SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. YANKEE PHEASES. , , , "As sound ta ft nut on the plain." I of laie whiBilml, "chock full" of gtee ; A stranger lo aorrow ftntl pain, "Ax happy happy could ba." "A plump a partridge" t grew, My heart being "lighter limn cork," My slumbers were "calmer than dew," ' ily bof?y was "falter than pork." Thu happy, I hoped I should pass 'Slick as greas?," down the current of .. time j But pleasures are "brittle as glnss." Although "as a fiddler, they're fine.". Jemma the pride of the vale, "Like n top," nimbly tliinced o er plains i With envy the lasses were palp, With wonder stood gaping the swains. She "smiled like a basket or chips" "As tall as a haypole" her size "As sweet as molasses" her lips "As bright a button" her eyes. Admiring I gazed on each charm, My peace that would trouble so soon, And thought not of danger or harm, Any more than "a man in the moon. But now, to my sorrow, I find. Hor heart is "as nam as a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 February 1852

"V , . T . ' ' ' " h: b. masser, -editor and phoprietor. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, .OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE 1 jyamlls ilcuspai)tr-Dci)otrt to ajolttfcs. attriature, flTomla, jwcfjitt anU Domcsttc iutos, scfrnce ana the arts, glorftulturr, jfliarluts, amusements, c Ni:V sUltlKS VOL. 4, NO. 4H. SUNIMJRY, NOJM'ilU.MUI'.liLAM) COUNTY, l'A., SAT 11$ DAY, 1V.1..1U AUY 31. I 8.VJ. Ol.l) SKIUKS VOL. 19, 'NO. 89 I't - , swSM g- TERM3 OF THE AKEBICAN. THE AMERICAN it Bolilislieil every Pntnnlay nt TWO DOI.I.AKf pT aiimnn to he puiil hnlf eiirly in eslvancev No paper itiKuntiiiurd aiuil all nrrairagi are pHtli. Ail commnnieatioti or letters on lmlnes relating to the office, tu Insure attention, must b l'OST TAIL). TO CIXBS. -'hr -copies to one address, f-.tsJ f.vn I- Do I WHO Fillm Ut lo SO (HI Five dollars In nilvsiifa will pay fur three year's aub , acripiioii tu the Aiiiorivim. - One Senate of 111 lines, 3 time, Kveiy aulineiineHl initertiun, One 9nuref 3 inpilllia, Sia niniiha One yenr, Jius...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 February 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. California Nct0. ITVRTHKR KIWI WHOM CALILOEPIU. heckla- Affair at Saeramenta. SeJiuttien Attempted Murder ilarriagi and Death of the Seducer. An unusual excitement was created yester day by an occurrence of the station-house, in which a man by (he name of J. Q. Ad ams received a dangerous wound from a pistol, in the hands of a lad whose daogh ter he is charged with having abducted and ruined. 4 The circumstances of the .case are briefly stated : About two months since the mother, with her daughter, left Philadelphia, to join her husband in this county. Adams, who had known the family at borne, and travelled most if not all the way to San Francisco with them, arriving in the Monumental city several weeks since. On the Isthmus and during the passage op, he succeeded in making an impression upon the gill, who is but seventeen years of age, and a week ago induced her to leave with him for this city, where they have stopped at the Sutter Hotel and t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 February 1852

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUBJNAL. RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES OF NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. From the first day of January, A. D. 1831, to the 31s day of Dtcember, A. J9. 1851, both days included. -0t GEORGE B. YOUNG MAN, ESQ , TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE SAME. DR. To am't rec'd from Collector for 1849, $378 1 1 i - 1850, 5930 21 t 1851, 4279 25 - County tax unseat land, S 78 - RoaJ UI do 8 30 School tax do 4 20 County tax on Tighlman'e lands, 17 50 Road tax do 12 31 School tax do 11 38 Poor tax do 8 13 . " Due bill of D. Chichcatcr. 5 00 O. Martin, rent, Court House, 100 - Dividend on Northumberland Bridge Stock, 80 00 M Refunded by Jan. EcXman, 16 76 u J. M. Simpson, 3 00 . M Court fines and Jury funds from Proth'y Farnsworth, 73 00 "Balance due George B. Youngman on County Funds, 631 10J $11,378 12 jEORGE B YOUNGMAN, ESQ., TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE COUNTY, RESPECTING STATE FUNDS, FOR 1851 SR. To amount of State tax for 1843, $44 61 1849, 216 06 u ' 1850, 2143 21 x 1851,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 February 1852

IS" '1 a ; WNBUltY AMK1UCAN VUNl) SIIAMOIUN JOUILNAL. 1 i'r' tV. . Fim th. Newark Boas, v . . i i c tilE OLD MAN TO HIS VYirE. .. Wo r growing very old, Kale, -. 1 feol it every day ) . The hair upon our temples now, "' I growing thin and pray. V are not as we were, Kale ; And yet our hearts weie younff, A when we roved the sunny hill,' And flow'ry dells among. , We are growing Very old, Kalo ; But it is not age of heart, Though speedily the hoar comet on, When thou and 1 must part When Ihou and I must purl, Kate, As we have ne'er before, Beshla olif coitai hearth to meet, Wilh words of love no more. But we're growing very old, Kale, And the parting wont be lone, "'Till we meet within a belter home, Amid yon heavenly throna ; 'Till we sing the song together, Kate, The Bneels sing above ; Where ne'er the fear of parting lakes The blessedness for love. . HLSJiftCXUS TOB THE GLOBE.4 The ii'..r.rh of fr'iiittesa mill t renewal of my prnnNiiM unit retnrHtioiis ti spread iia tletmlca Vien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 February 1852

ti J - v- i " ' ' v " f ' 4 ' ' ' ! ' 1 " ? ' ' ' ! 1 ' ' - . ; Ii: B. MASSER, EDlTOtt AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ' 1 jFamflg rtosflapcr-Dctootcir to JjoIWcs, aftcrnturr, ioralfts, jForefoit anH BomrsHc iictos, Science nni the arts, sicrlculturr, quartets, amusements, Set M5W S15JUKS VOL. 4t AO. 41). SUMJUKY, NOIlTIilLiniRIiANI COUNTY, PA.. S ATUUI) A Y, VK H It U A II Y 2 IS.T2. OLD SKIUKS VOL. 13, NO. 93. "e " " TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. ' TIIK AMKRIOAN in published every PntnrAay tit TWO noi.l.Altt per. milium to lie itl litilf yearly in ndviince. ' No jwh.t tit'initimietl until all arrcnrnpi aro puift. All fiimnnninitiins nr Icltern on lnicinow rr!titing to 4h offie! hi Imare attontioni mint lie l'(ST PAID. ' , TO CI.LM9. Thre coniet to one aildroM, - 5 (K) Povoii D Do It"' Fifteen Wo Do an (HI Five dollars in ilvme will pny for thrre ynt'a anb tfcripttouto tlie Alilviidiil. ; One Pawn or 1A tinea, tt tiinva Dvcty nuliwqnrnt inaerlion, Hk Pqiia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 February 1852

SUNBUKY AMMlCAfl- AKD SHAMOK11N JOURNAL. Jorcigit News. ARRIVAL OF THE C A M It I A . ITt PAW LATER FROM EUROPK. OrENWO OP PARLIAMENT THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. Attempt to Aeaasslnate th Qam l Spain. Haufax, Feb. 21, 4 o'clock, P. M The Royal Mail Steamship Cambria has just arrived, with one week's later intelli jence from Europe. She bring thirty-two pissenjrers. The Cambria arrived out at i'i o'clock on Sunday night, the lot inst. ENGLAND Tna Queen's Speech. The British Par liament was opened by the Queen, in person on the 3d itst. Her Majesty, in her speech, ays, that all the relations of the Govern ment with foreign powers are of the most ' friendly character, and refer to the probable completion of a treaty between Germany and Denmark. She calls the attention of Parliament to the recent outrages in Ireland, and promises attention to their more effectu al suppression. She also alludes to the satis factory stale of the publio revenue, and in conclusion directs the attention of Parlia me...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 February 1852

.KING OF ITEMS if Monday la the first tiny of 5prin(f. "cth rait but one in twenty-four h't sittrvt it. Smithers says he nw n write with a pig pen. Ms. Houo, of Fnlion county, recently birth to three little hop I sursrKT my bill in dew time," an the bird mid to the worm. thM will not be counselled cannot be I. o thing mud to be lout dinner and 'It.. was selling at Cincinnati, a few iiice, at the enormous sum of 13 dol " cord. atorms of adversity are wholesome. like snow-storms, their drift is not en. 0 foots at Lancaster are going to put no the place w here others keep their i. man deceives thee once," said a J old gentleman, "it is his fault ; if he thee twice, it is thine." Dskikl Wbtrii delivered an nil- re the Historical So- j "... '; V 7 I io, s passed a bill to which !he tie- sent. n ' liAt Mate an .. most simple ''lhrahino machine" s yet been invented, is a piece of rat- AMD Jknsy. t GnM-sehmirft if g'iM sehmittea, trht to har. her nnlri re,ien-d, vrn thent tip atiit leeii cm...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 February 1852

Sp- Fn tins L iulprii. A VOIIEY OF VALENTINES. ...TO GENERAL SCOTT. , Had kind fata but mst my lot To hare Ihnt lor with Ihpe, I'J frerlv give bold lot anil scot Thy Valentino to Iiti. TO PRESIDENT FILLMORE Much smarter ynn have turned out Than many aid portr-nd Hut you'll turn out, without a doubt, Much minrter in the end. TO DANIEL WEB ST Kit. If talent solely, were the lest By which a man should shine Ynn onjjht to bn, it is con feat, Columbia's Valentine. . TO HENRY CLAV. Groat Hurry, tho' thy mortal ftamo Supine in sickness lies, Death cannot kill thy cluriotis name The patriot never dies. TO HORACE GREELY. To Knocking Spirits, bogus, 'isms," And "wool" thou dost incline We send thee, Chief of all the schisms, A Social Valentine. SENATOR FOOTE. Thntf prick-ly-ishiooth, thou cross but clever, Mississippi snap, "'-.. No Senator can with thee ever Play the game of "brag." - SAM HOUSTON. Hrave UncleSam, thou great ally 01 Crolon's temp'rale daughter 'Twixt you and I, you can't get ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 March 1852

ERIC AN NBU.RY ! II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ; OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jramflj? ilctospapcr-Dcbotel to 3Jol(tlcs, JLftcrntuvc, iltovaUtu, jfortfun aim ZJomrstfc fittus, Science an the Girts, aorfculturc, warfctts, amusements. Set SUMiniY, NO'imiUMUKULANU COUNTY, PA., SATLKDAY. MAHCII 1 852. NKW SKIMKS VOL. J, NO. 50. OLD SKR1KS VOL. 2, NO. 21. AM . TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TllR AMI'.R'CAN i. puMUhed every Saturday t rVu DOI.I.AH8 per iniiiin tn he pniil hulf yearly in Advance. No paper discontinued until all arreamg.. are paid. All eommunientiont or letters on buninrn relnting to the office, to imure attention, mini be FUST PAID. TO CtLliS. Three cpiea ' "' Uri, S50 Seven P Bu t""0 Fifteen 1 H"1"1 Five dollar, in ailvanen will pay for three yeai'a aul criptiou to Hie American. SELECT POETRY. On Soimie of lit line, 3 time., Kve.v nten,lienl ilKierlion, On iqunrc, 3 inontli., i month., One yer( Bu.inera Cnnl. or Five line., per nnnum, Merchants and o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 March 1852

g i. J1J"I . I1. '11 .Jl ii.L-LJUJL ... i.U ISS SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL IIIII CONGRESS First Seasloa. Washington, Feb. 7, 1855. Scnat. The Senate met at the usual tour. On motion of Mr, Gwin, the Private Cal endar wai postponed far one hour, to enable Mr. Kliett to make hi reply to Senators Clemens and Cass. Mr Rhett said that the reason why he had pet replied to the animadversions con tained in the speech of the Senator from Alabama, Mr. Clemens,) delivered en the 23d of December last, was, that he was not in the city at the time, anJ did not know of it till shortly before leaving home. Since his return, for the last fortnight, he had been waiting for the compromise re solutions to be taken up. tie had hoped that when his altercation with Senator Foote was over that all personal conflicts on this floor, were ,at an end. During his legislative career, of twenty years, he had never so demeaned himself as to be invol ved in any personal controversy. He now felt annoyed, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 March 1852

SUNBURY AMEKICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUHNAL. CALIFORNIA NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE PROMETHEUS- ftXKTElf DAYS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. The steamship Prometheus, from Son Joan di Nicaragua, with California dates to February 1st, arrived at New York, on Sat urday motninp, with 334 passengers and 832,000 on freight. The U. S. sloop-of-wnr Albany, Captain platt, sailed, on the 9lh inst., from San Juan foi Havana. John B. Weller has been elected U. S. Senator. The vote on the last ballot was eventy-one in favor of Weller. Major Heading received seventeen votes. The Tennessee sailed from Snn Francisco on the 1st of February, with 320 passengers ami 81,600,000 in gold for Panama. The Alia California makes the following anmmary of news for the two weeks : No business of importnnre has been trans acted by our Slate Legislature since the ses ion commenced. Gov. Bigler has issued a special message, touching the financial affairs of the Slate, in which ha urges upon the Legislature the early adoption of measu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 March 1852

Poetry. THE LABORER. Stand 'tip erect ! Thou hnt I ho form And likeness of thy Ond ! who more 1 A soul as dauntless 'mid the storm Of daily life, a heart ns warm Arid puie, as breast e'er worn. What then J Thon att ns trim a mnft As moves, the human muss along ; A much a part of the s;reat plan That with Cientinn's dawn begun, At any of the throng. Who ia thine enemy 1 Tho hiyh In elaliuti, or in wealth lhn chief 1 The great, who coldly puss thee bv, With promt slep and nveited eye 1 Nay I nurse not such belief. If true unto thyself thou wast, What were the proud one's scorn to thee ? A feather which thou mighteM cast Aside ns idly as the blast, The light leuf from the tiee. No : uncurbed passions, low desire.', Absence of noble self respect, Death, in the breast's rcmsiitiiini! fncs, To that hifih nature which umpire, Forever till thus checked ; These are thine enemies thy worst ; They chain thee to ihy lowly lot, Thy labor and Ihy life ncrurseil, O, sinnd, erect ! and from them bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 March 1852

it i II j i .: s 4 ' ' ' '' r . , fit .11 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ft jramfljt ilttospapcr Dctootcn to Jjoiwcs, fittrrnturc, nioralfts, jforcffln ana Domestic iictos, Scfcncc airt the Slrta, ftorfculturr, iHarluts, amusements, c NKW SKlllKS VOL. 4, NO. . SUM1UKY. NOIl rJIUMIlKULAM) t'OtJNTY. I'A., SA'JTIIHAY. MARCH' IS. 1853. Ol.l) MKHIKS VOI. Nil. tfj. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AM KRI CAN ii publi.lieil every Snlurday nt TWO DOI.I.AliS per annum to be puid bull" joiirl) in aHcanre. No paper ilisconliunrd until all arrearages ure puid. All communication, nr letters on business retuhng; to the office, to iinuro attention, mint lie roST PAID. TO Cl.lUS. Three C"pie l "lie address, SSOO fven l Hrt ' 10 110 Fiiteen lo MOO Five dullnr. in udvnnce will pay for three year'. .uh senption to the American. One Pontile of 10 lino, !) times, f 1 00 Fveiv .ul.eqticnt insertion, . . '2.1 One (imre, 3 ilionthi, 3i, Six month., Ano One ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 March 1852

a. Jl-'l-j-A.'-JUaai L1...I.LJL !nU-J-i JWJ.'J ..JJLJJ, I J L-l l.ilJL;j.LJL- SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. i tHC STATU COITRItlOK. lUaatsBURO, March 4. Tha Democratic. Stale Conftnlion met In the hall of the House of Representatives at 1 1 o'clock. Judge Wm, S. Ro, of Lnrerne wa elec ted temporary Chairman, and the Conten tion proceeded te consider the conteited seats of delegate! in numerical order. The Erie and Crawford district case being the first in order, on a motion that the contes tants be permitted to state their claims, a great variety of amendments were proposed and much discussion prevailed, and the chair evidently became bothered. The mo tion to hear both sides finally prevailed, limiting the speakers to twenty minutes Mr. Lowrie advocated his claims, and Mr. MoArthur replied. Much discussion follow ed and numerous motions were made ; much excitement prevailed ; an angry altercation ensued between Mr. Lowrie, Judge Gillis and others, during which there was muc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 March 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. e or ci gn News, ARRIVAL OF TUB! A ME11ICA . rOVR sYsj LATER MUM Kt'flOFE. ENGLAND. The grv-at P8'''0' event of the week w the defeat "d resignation of the Russell Ministry, on h local militia bill. Lord Palmerston mnrk d that the word lotal should be striken out of ti bill, and that the forea tihould be per amblary, not confined to England, Ireland or ScVtland ; but should be aent to any quarter ot Iha' United King lorn where it miisht be required. On this prnpo sal of Lord Palmerston, the Ministry joined Issue, and on division, were dt'ated by a Tote of 136 apainst 125. Lord Palmerston, in movinjj hi .amend went to the bill organizing the local mjlitin, said that the country was in a situation Jht aa lately to result in war, and our peace armament was not sufficient to meet tha emergency. He wanted a ready trained force prepared for Instant action. All the objection to the proposed regular militia was founded on the distrust of the people. If...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 March 1852

mm i i v:--pacttiv:"i!,; '' WHY DON'T THE GIHLS PROPOSE. LEAP YEAR I.VHIC, t!Y A MKGI.fi SWAIN. Why rtnn't Ihn cir'x propose. O My 1 1 1 wish they would bcnin ! I've doiinril in y Sunday u it ench day Since ihe new jeiir cnnie in, Ami trained my new moustache wilh cire, AfiJ gent tiii'in many n ro e, And rmilid t evmv psin!r fair, Hut still they don't propose ! ' I've wailed patiently nnd Ions These) live years past in vain, But now I fear there' something wrong, For leap year's rome naiii. And not a single oiler yet To soothe my many vo", Oh. th-af, mv heart irncs pii-a-paf, Why don't the girls propose 1 . j ' II is hoi that I never tried My luck at Cupid's came, Tlmt I my singh; lot abide. . Hnl I have missed my aim J And dill the arrow bounded buck To pive my hoiirt new throes 'Tis pver mv enn(Yinnded luck ! Why don't the girls propose 7 P.nt I have made a desperate vow To say no Indy "nay." , This only hope is left me now Td' slipd onu ling'riug ray ; . , The cirls alike nvrioo ...

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