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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 March 1852

ERIC AN U R Y II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. l jramHa'ilcuispapcrHDirtotrt to 3Jol(t(cs, aacr.iturc, jfttoralfis, jForcfflit ana gomrstrc ilttos, atfcnce nutt the guts, agrtculturr, XHarfctug, amusements, &c SS SKK1KS VOL. J, NO. SUMIUIlf, NOKTIMJMnKHLANI) COUNTY. PA., RATtliliAY. MARCH SO. OLD SKItlES VOL. ia, NO. 20 AM S U N B JEMS OF THE AMERICAN. AMERICAN l pntili.lied every Isiittirdav nt .gnl.l.AKN per annum to lie paid half yearly in A ,c paper Uiacontinued until all arrearages are -inunicalion or letter, on lios'nieM relating to t. to imure attention, rnn.t La 1'lifT PAID. TO CLlllS. eriei M addreaa, Pa no JM Dl 10 IK) , IJn ))i) 3(1 00 ,inllir ill advance will pay for three year's enli mto ll' American. ounif of 1 liiiox. 3 tjinee, nile(L'iit hin'rttoii, iqimre, ii umuliiS, J-'llHl! rir. CirJ f Fve """i annum, kiuits hikI oilier.. iidverttBtntr by tlie - wild lie privilege nf ijinurtiitf "i'.-bi n(li'cili!inii week...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 March 1852

8tBB"WJU"iB SUNBU11Y AME1UCAN ANDSHAMOKIN JOURNAL Baltimore It. K. Convention.' rROCEEDIMOIl OF TMK RAII. nOAI COS- The delegate of the Rail Road Conven tion, proponing to extend the York and Cum berland Rail Road to Sunbury and Williams port, Pa., assembled In the aaloon of the Lyre buildings, Baltimore, on Saturday af ternoon at 4 o'clock, at which hour a very large number of delegate were in attend ance from the counties of Pennsylvania and Baltimore city. On motion of Hon. John P. Kennedy, General Simon Cameron was called the chair, and Beale 11. Richardson, Esq , Secre tary. On taking the chair Gen. Cameron made a few happy and appropriate remarks. On motion of James H. Carter, Esq., the chair was authorized to appoint a committee of twenty-five, for the purpose of effecting a permanent organization, whereupon the fol lowing gentlemen were named : Ex-Governor David R. Porter, James Freeland, Jacob Landis, Gen. Wrn. Ayre, Eli Slifer, H. B. Masser, Hon. W. F. Pack er, J. F. Cowan...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 March 1852

T fjSYLVlNIA LEGISLATURI . IUrrisbcro, March 15. farther supplement to Iho Bill lncorpo. ruling the Snnbury and Eiie Rail Company, va 'plu' p'ace this morning in the Sen ate, by the Senator from tho comity, Mr. fernon. This supplement is th snme 'n effect as the one now pending in the limine of Rcpresentaliee, but embraces two mhli tional section of moment one of wl i h authorizes the company to extern! their toml rom Sunbury to Hart isburir, while the re. winning lectinn chnnaos the nnme of the Tmpany to "Philadelphia, Sunbury find Urifl Ril l'"d Company," in lieu of its piesenl liamP. A proposition is now beinjr entertained fjr the leaso of our whole line of public woiks. F"r of the firms of piineipal trans porter, n' present doing business on the Philadelphia nnd Pittsburg Line, nre nnmed i:i the proposition, which, in effect, is to allow the Commonwenlih one million of dollars annually for ten years, for the us of the whole woik ; the money to be paid in monthly instalments. On ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 March 1852

r SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. if - 1 f v r t - v. i ll RAIL ROAD HYMIT. Br AN INDIAN. During the past week our citizen were favored with a visit from Macmgvycdai', lieredilary Chief of the Ojibway or Chippe "way Indian, accompanied by his wife, two tons and nephew. Chicf Maungwudnus i. rigidly tcmpfitate in 'his habit., and decidedly religions' in his feeling?, being (with his wife) a member of the Methodist Church ; and although hn makes no pretentions to bring a poet, the following lines written by him while here, and which we have in his own hand writing are evidence that he powsxp both mind aid imagination :Pottsville Emporium Spiritual Railway. The line Jo Heaven by Christ was made, With Heavenly Truth the rails nre laid, From Earth to Heaven the lino extends To LiTe Eternal where it ends. Hepentence is the station then Where passenger nre taken in, No fee lor them is there: to pay For Jesus is himself the Way. The Bible then, is Engineer, It points the v. ay to Heav...

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 April 1852

...... I-.,:.: ; J. , X SLJr H. B. MASSEE, EDITOll ATP PllOPIUETOrt. JJSST' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Sl-jranrtla uuispi)cr-Dclotrii to jjolftics, aftcraturr, afHoral.tj?, jmcfflit an Domestic ilctos, scfntcr.antt the aits, aorfcultitrr, ittaruets, amusements,' c Ni'lAV SlilUF.S VOL. n, NO. 3. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. srX"K Af,;n,f'A' published everv fditimlnv nt rVl) JHJI.I.AIIH per Minium In he pniil Imlf yearly in nilyaiice.i No pnjwr discontinued until all nrrt-nnicm arc frai.l. All c-mrflrniicntiont or letters on lnisine. renting l ".he ollict, to insure intention, nm.t l TOST I'All). . TO C'LL'HS. Tarre copin to one address, .i oil Si-vnr , huki t'lUMlll , D , .jium Five dnllara l.i ailvanrn will puy for thre vein's uh. wnpiiun to Hie Ainerictiii. One SannieoflO lines, 3 timet, Kvmy nUeiiueiit insertion, i S'limre, a inonllis, ix inoiiliis, XJne ywir,' u Husiiioas ('mill of Flva Hurt, per nnniim, Mert'tiuuts and otliera. ailverlimiiK by the year, with the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 April 1852

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. A LETTER FROM I.OLA MOXTF... Trbmont House, March 29, 1852. To the Editor -tf the Boston Transcript ; Sir In your edition of Saturday you mw fit lo lake exception to a visit paid by mo to evo-al of your public cchooU, in company with two ol your resectable fellow-citizen. This exception was based on repoit prend 'to tny detriment by my Jesuitic emtiniea, mid as to the truth or falsehood of which you n.ert that you know nothing. Now permit me to ask you where is the most harm, in a visit by a stranger to the most wonderful and interesting of all your insti tution?, or in the base, false, dishonest, tin- gentlemanly, uncharitable construction y on have put upon it J Do you think, sir, that one of those children would have had an impure or improper thought connected with my visit if it had not been put into their heads by yourself Believe me, sir there is often more impurity in the mind of the Ciitic than in the object of his criticism. Tlieie are...

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 April 1852

CUMMUMCAIION. For the American. Al a lnrce nnd enthusiastic meelins held ly the ciiizens of ihe upper end of Shnmo kin township, Norlhnmberlnnd county, at Elysburg, on Monday evening tlie 29ih nit., for the purpose of entering their protest to the Commissioners of ihe aforesaid County. On motion tha following persons were cho sen to preside, viz:-CHMSTIAN BAU KCI1LAG, Chairman ; Robert McWilliartii, O. H. Campbell, Samuel Ent, Isaao Hull, Koleon Leiby, George Pensyl, Jnhn Rondar-'mt-1, sen., Jacob Swank, John Tiutswortb, 7umes Vanhorr, H. 11 Knoeble, Jacob No cker, Edward Wilkerson, Groreo Boikhiirt John Gillinger, Amos Vasline, Wm. Tiels worlh. Jonas Mntchier and J olin F. Mcrviuet "Vi. e Presidents ; D N. McWilliams, and E Robins, Secretaries. After Ihe orgnnizntion of the moeih'2 ihe Chair proceeded to state llio object nt" the meeting, after which In appointed the fol lawirig committee to draft resolutions to e. press the sense of the meeting, viz: S. K. Ciilger, Win. G. Kase an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 April 1852

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. POETICAL PETITION. In tho Oliio House of Rcprrspnti tivo on Tuesday last, the subjoined poetical petition from eeventy.four lade , for the Maiuo Law was read at the Cluik's deck : UtRLiN Township, Dbi.awaiik Co., Ohio, I February 1 1, iji. ) To the liono'alle, the General Assembly of the State of Ohio: Your petitioner jhoweih, what jour honors no Knoweth, Tliiit woinHii have suffered by rum ; And we tlii'ieloiH besm-ch von, vun, with tt-nra we entreat yon, That you to our rescue) woulil c ino. A petition from women, you may think unbecoming, But hear us before you decide ; If tint (invented by teasuii if our prayei'a mil of season t oncd you can oust it aside. There tire many whn'ra making nil their living by taking The rnntiev, tlnf health nml the live. Of the lords of ciealion of the nien i f lliif nation, Ami breaking the heaits of their wives. We refer, sirs, to creatures with hearts blacker than features The maker and sellers of ruin, Men...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 April 1852

AMEBIC RY 9 H. B. MASSEE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jFiimria rtuspapcr-DtbotcU to DolWcs, autraturc, laorallts, irorcffln antr Domestic iUtos, Stance ana the arts, Sericulture, iwarfeets, amusements, Vc SUN II U 11 Y, K O U I'll UMC E U LAN 1) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, Al'HIL 17, 1852. ilSIUKS VOL. .1, NO. 4. OLD SKKIKS VOL. 12, NO. SO. MB AN 1 JLJ' IMS OF THE AMERICAN. '''R'CAN l publiaheil every tMttinlav nt I.AU8 per annum to be paid Imlf yearly In ta paper uiaconUiiued until all arreuragaa are loiiieatioiit' of letters on linnlnrm renting to : insure attention, muat be TOST PAID. TO CLUBS. M to One address, mi D Do 141 (MJ V" lo 8(1 DO " In advance will pay for tints yeat's sub- i the American. I of 16 linea, a times, lequent insertion, e, 3 months, innla of Five linea. per annum, and ntliera, nriverliaiur by the nil the privilege of iiisecting ailvertiaetnenla weekly. fee Ailvertiaemeitta, aa per agreement. f I IK) V, 3(MI 61 U HHI ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 April 1852

I SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. CALIFOKNIA NEWS, AHRIVAL OF THE ELDORADO. IWO WEEKS LXTlCtl Ft! CALIFORNIA. 000,000 IN WI.D. interesting Intcliwnrct Great Inundation and Destrtx'.ion of Property. New York, April 12. .The steamship El Dorado, from San Juan ml Chnjfren, wilh intelligence fiom Califor ilia to the ISth ult., arrived here this niter noon at five o'clock, having corn" tip In the city unannounced, owing to the dense To?. The El Dorado brings S800,000 in gold duct of which 5780,000 is on freight, and I ho remainder, $150,000, in the hanJs ol passengers. The passenger trains nn the Panama Kail Road are now running from Aspinwall to Huona Vista. Tha trains start immediately on the arrival of the steamers, ami passen gers leaving Aspinwall in the morning ar rive at Panama at midnight. Aspinwall is beginning to assume the ap pearance of a thriving city. A most disastrous flood had occurred on the rivers, and the city of Sacramento, Ne vada and Marysville had been compl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 April 1852

COMMUNICATION. For th Amehican. II. B Matter, Esq. .-The destruction of life and properly by lightning has been to frer-aen. of late years, in our Slate, ns to do tnand tha attention of the community in seeking for a means of protection against thin fowcrful agent. Electricity is an excre.lingly subtile, elan. Mc, and penetrating fluid, pervalinir every sulsiance In, and upon our globe. Nor is it confined to the caith only ; but the atmos phere which surrounds the earth, is also charged with it. Clouds, as well as rain, tnow and hail, which fall from them, are al. ways electrified, but ofteuer negatively than 'positively; and the lightning accompanied 'by the thunder, is the effect of the clectiici 'ty, which, durting from clouds or a number of clouds highly eh ctrified, strikes into an other cloud, or else upon lei rest rin 1 objects ; in which enso it prefers the loftiest, most j .pointed, and best conducting objects ; and by i this stroke it produces all those dreadful el- ' feet...

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 April 1852

SUMuiiY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. POKTIIY. The Lake Side. II J. O, WH1TTIER. The shadows rounil tho ifilund sea Are ilepp'iiing into nihi, Slow up the slope or Ossippee They chase the lesseiiiii"; light. Tired of thd long day's blinding heat, I rest my languid eye, Lake of ,i,e Hills ! where- cool and sweet , The sunset witters lie 1 Along the sky, in wavy lines. O'er isle, and beuch, and bay, Grppn'bi'lied with eternal fine, The mountains stretch away ; Below, the maple masses sleep Where shore with water blends, While midinay on thn tranquil deep Tin! evening light descends. Sn seemed it when ybn hill's red crown, Of old, the Indian ttod, And through the sunset air looked down Upon the smile of God. To him of light and shades the laws No forest skeptic taught ; Thfir living and eternal cause His truer instinct sought. He saw thpse mountains in iho light Which now across them shines ; Till Lake, in summer sunset bright, W tilled round wilh sotribariinr pines. God near him seem...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 April 1852

i i SUN BU R AMERICAN H. B. MASSKR, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 3 jFamfltf nctospaiicr-Dctootca to JjolWcs, aitrrature, iftxoraUtij, jforcfflit an Domestic Slctos, Scftnce ani the arts, glfliiculture, jfHarftfts, samustmcnts, c NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 3. 8UXIIURY. NOItTIlUMIlHKLAN.) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 31, 18.12. OLD SERIES VOL. 12, No. 31. ' TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TUB AMKRtCAN I. published every ftitnnlsy at TWO DOI.I.AUS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. . No paper discontinued until all arrearage, are paid. All cmnmnnicatinns or letter, on business relnfmg to the office, to uiiure attention, mutt be POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, PIS 00 Jcvni 1 no 10 IK) Fifteen i Do 4IMKJ Kiva dollar, in advanca will pay for three year'. sub ecripiiou to Uie American. On. 8anaie of 16 lines, 3 time, CI 00 Eveiy auliwqueiit in.erliai, tit One Square, 3 monlln, 3ml Six month., 5ou One year, Hill Business Card, of Fiv...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 April 1852

JU1JL".J.L SUNBUHY AME1UCAIN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. TOTAL WRECK OF TUB BRITISH STEAM FftlUATK BIRKENHEAD. Loss of Four Hundrtd and Fifhj-fmr Livn. The London Times, of the 7th iiiKt., hai the following account of a terrible disaster at ea, and low of life : ; At 12 o'clock on the morning of the 26th of February, Her Majesty's sleamer, the Birkenhead, was wrecked, between two and three mile from the shore of Southern Af rica. The ejact pot at which the calamity happened, was Point Danger Off this point Che struck upon a reef of sunken rocks The ship was steaming eight and a half knots at the lime. The water was smoolh, nnd Ihe sky serene, but the speed at which the vessel was passing through the water, proved her destruction. The rock penelra ted through her bottom just aft the loren.ast, and in twenty minutes' lime there were a few floating spars, and a few miserable creatures clinging to them, and this was all that remained of the Biikenhead. Of 638 persons who had left Simon's Bay ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 April 1852

r ilbop i XTrv aoixdin An v siffiiaixj, WANT AKD DEATH. 10 Treiluricksbiirp, Va , News narrates oijowing extraordinary incidents in the Jf man named Watson, who, sotno fif years ago, left Alexandria, settled in j Wg county as a merchant, married ghly respeetiibla young lady, by whom tail four children, and subsequently be e a widtwer and a bankrupt : Wilh his little children, two of whom e dnnphtprs, he lived on a small farm ;h he rented, three miles below ihe line rating StntToril and King George. During coldest of ihe weather in the latter pnrl Vopnibor last, his children were seized i w hfinpins cough, and every one of (hem truU'd. Whilst thus confined, llu-ir lalh vhs taken with erysipelas, anl in the e room lay the father and children, per ly helpless. Whilst thus confined, some it broke in his meat and fowl houses, Mole every fowl and piece of meat on farm. In doing so they passed throush garden, levelling the fence, and thereby nilting the cattle and hngs to destroy nil veget...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 April 1852

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. y o 1 t r w . ! EXPERIENCE. BY MAOR PATTEN, V. i. A. About th world I've jonr iey d much, ' I've traveled Tar anil near, And my experience) ia such As you shall ahorlly hear. I've seen the worst I've eenthe best, , ' Of (so called human kind,) Where all are busily in quest Of what they never find. I've known a man who robbed the poor, And yet vraa rich himself, Who drove the bepgnr from hia door, With silver on his stielf4 I've seen a judge who justice sold, Have heard a gamester piay, And knew a wife who did not scold Upon a washing day. At last I've seen, just turned fifteen, A (blnssom partly blown,) Who really did not care, 1 ween, To be a "woman giown." Again, I've seen a seedy maid (Oh, Godfrey ! be it sung !). Who did not seem the least afraid At being reckoned young. I've known a lawyer plead a cnue Who never sent a bill, And known a doctor, (not of law?) Take his prescription pill. I've known a tradesman tell the truth, I've heard n p...

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

Hi -4T MhtM jmhtm '1 .3 ' L? V J 'it H'."-B MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jFamlla ilctospnpcr-Dciiotcu- to jjoMlcs, ftftrraturr, iiloralliji, jForctrjn anH Domestic ileitis, Scftnre ana the arts, glflrlculturr, iHarUcts, amusements, Set M'.W SKIUKS VOL .1. No. . SITMUJitY. XOIM IIUMIlKliJ-AM) fOUNTY, PA., KATIUDAY, MAY 1. IS.13. OLD SKKIKS VOL. 12, NO. 32 M1Q AMEEICAN TEUMS OF THE AMERICAN. ','NIU A-Mj:RICAN ia pulliltie.1 wry Stunliiy lit A O IHIt.l.AltSj per niiiiimi to lie pint! Imlf yrnrly in amnucs. No pnKX iliacoiilinunl until all urreahiuus are All commnnicattfiiit or ieltrra on bit.inm rlnlmg to b oSge, to uiaur attention, mint be TOUT PAID. TO CI.UH3. "re copies 'to misaddress, 5iKI , 1 , Do WHO Viitirii Dn D.i , an IK) Five dolors In ndvnucn will pay for thru yw's ult- cnpliiu to thr American. !! Snunte if 10 Hum. 3 timet, ' liveiv sultfequfiit iiiiti-rlinii, Mie !(iiiire, 3 iiiuiillia. .' fia months, . i un year, liiisi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 May 1852

r . SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. K0991TII ATD LOLA MOWTKS. The N. V. Correspondent of Ihe Phila delphia Sunday Dispatch, give, the follow, log in rvlation to the recent arrival of Kos uth and Lola Monies in that city. The chiel combinate element of popular interest, lha past week, have been ihe arii l of Kofiuih and Lola Monlea. Lola and Kossulh were somewhat surpii ted lo find that our city had not indulged in ome extensive and munificent preparation in anticipation of their visit. They had ' ''lspped in Elysium" their souls, with an idea of the rapture with which we should greet them, and the "furious r.eal, ukin to loving madness," that would pervade nil Ihe demonstrative enthusiasm of our idola try ! Alas ! what mistake swept o'er their brilliant dreams of glory, and, like "hope deferred," operated on the stomach of their elf-complacency like a Tile emetic. Lola flew into an excitement that fairly wrinkled up the "pink saucer" and the "pearl-white" upon her cheeks, let...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 May 1852

! 7 . 1 fi-Usff. ARRIVAL OF Tf- i F It ANKZt X IK DAY LATER ROM b' nOPK. lileamship Priklin "ved t New ' YoPeterday morsHF, wi"" u,ii from Hand Liverpoo'to ihe'Sih inst. trorilinaryllenfit, made by the Co Quejto Teel, to the effect the Spring"!" 18., be saw two ves nbcddedfl Ihe ice, drifting towards DiStraitswhiirt are believed to have bi John ran Mil' ships, has received jeniio from the Admiralty. The X, Tiitfs of the 14lh inst., contain ajumns of documents on the subject, same paper of the 15ih, however, rrimper on the story by showing its ility and suggesting the piubability lit the Captain saw, was only the re ifof hit own vessel from two differ ices of icebergs. MONET MARKET. narket is glutted. Consols have near led par, and all soits of securities are prising. Maine Law in Minnesota The lure of this young territory recently f he Maine Law and submitted it to ,ple for approval or rejection at a J Election on the 5th inst., and they ited to ratify and sustain the Law. ")e was v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 May 1852

n ' ' -J T ... ; p o'ctrti A 60NQ FOR THE INDIES. The glbrious day ii lnwnin(i, girls .,: Whrin women shall b freu ; i ' i,' IVttm (owns and bonnets, enpusand shawls, No longer 'ws Shall see ! ! ; '' ... Miss Webber, bless her heart, sweet feirl ' Has pat the soheme on fool1: 1 1 . j ' She leads the trump of male attire, '! '' ' j ' And we most follow suit. , We'll dress in real "bifureate," girls, f, Wiih glossy beaver hats, .. i .... j , , And don the most bewitching coats, t i And Brummel-tied cravats i We'll wear superb eilt buttons, girls, ' Upon our vests of butT; Biiyht extra rich, plain,' treble cilt, , Flat surface ! lhat,s enough 1 Oh ! won't we look bewilchine, girls, When we're so trimly drest ? No mortal man can brave our charms, Though he may strive his best. , Be-whiskereil folks may envy, girls, . .,, Our many pnrbs and airs; But let thpm fret ittitil ihey tire -: Poor fellows ! no one cares Perhaps a few may "cut" us girls, And lay ns on the shelves; But what of I h...

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