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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 June 1852

4SiJSfSStliK A If TH IT) T ft A M dta6i -- MR MY I 1 Mil 1 JL- H. B. MASSEK, ED1T011 AND niOPlUETOH. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE TOST OFFICE. ft iTnmfly Uiu.ouaBcr Dcfcotcii to iJolftrc;, liftcimtuc, illoraliti;, jrovrfflii nn5 Oomcstfc sittos, SUntc antt the Slits, Sarfculturr, iUnrUcts, amusements, tec NiiW 8UUIKS VOL. 5, NO. itf. - TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. , THK AMK.KICAN Is piiMinlitnl every Snluriliiy nt TWO DDI. I, AIIS per miiiiiin to lie (mill Imlf yearly ill fidviiiice. No paper disconiiiiiicd until all iirmtvucc nro (mid. All ronimnnicntinii or lui tT on liit.iii''. nliiOiig to thetufice, til insure attention, rtiiiKt lw 1'tiST l'All. TO CI.LliS. Throe copies to one address, cr, no Jevcn lis Do I imiii Fiiiwn Dr, J),i ymm Five dollars In mlraiirit will pny fur tliree vcut a siit scrinl'm. to the American. One f tiiuuc of 1(1 linen, 3 times, I'veiy siil.etttciit iiin.-rt ion. SI CI 2-1 Hi 'i I Ci '(I Mil) ulill Hue ftaunre, a months. ix months, line yunr, llimiin-.i, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 June 1852

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM OKIN JOURNAL. iro ret quietus. ARRIVAL OF THE HERMANN. LATER FROM El'ROPK. KOSSUTH'S FAMILY IN LONDON. Arrival of Madame Alboni. Nkw York, June 7. Tho steamship Hermann, fiom Bremen on llio Slst lilt., via Southampton, which plane she loft at 4 o'clock on tha afternoon of the 27th ull ., arrived here i his morning. She brings 130 passengers, amongs whom is Madame Alboni and mile. ENGLAND. Kossuth's mother and family had arrived at London, and were shortly to embark for America. A new Austrian loan of 2,250,000, was nbont to be issued at London, bearing 5 pur cent interest. The most important feature of the politi cal news, is an address by Lord John Russell to the Electors of the city of Londor, in which he announce himself as a candidate for their suffrages at the ensuing election. This refutes the rumor of his being about to receive an appointment to the Peerage. The address reviews his career in the lain Ministry, and bids high fur popularity and the off...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 June 1852

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUBNAI New Advertisements. THE VERY LATEST ARRRIVAL, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST! FRILING & GRANT. RESPECTFULLY Inform the public iml "Ilia mt nf tn.nk.l " .I... k.. received and opened the lwst unci cheapest stock of Spring and Summer Goods - Wist hut ever been brought to Sun bury. Their stock consists of every variety of Dry floods, viz : Cloths, Cassimercs, Sattinets, Vestings, Drillings, Linens, And all kinds of Summer Wear. Also ft splendid variety of LADIES DRESS & FANCY GOODS,v Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Chintzes, Dt Laincs. Picraacs. . And every variety of goods sellable for La- vi 1 wear. Also an extensive assortment of Panama and Palm Leaf Hats. Also targe assortment of GItOLCRinS, 8ITH AS Sugar, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Spices of all kinds. Also a largo assortment of HARDWARE and QUEENSWARE, Fish, Salt and Plaster. Also a tresh supply of DRfCf AND MEDICINE. Besides I he largest and most ceneral assort ment of all kinds of goods to be h...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 June 1852

SUN BURY AMERICAN 'AND SHAM0K1N JOUliNAL. The Origin of Dimples. Ono morning in the bloMoming: of May A child wns sporting 'monpst the llower, Till, wearied out with his restless play, IIh laid him down to dream nwny Tho Ions and scorching noontide hours. At length nn angel's unseen for;n Parted the nir wild conscious thiill, And poised itself, lilto a presence warm, Above the boy who was slunibuiing still, Never More hnd so fair a thins Stayed the swift speed of his shining wing ; And cn.ing down, with a wonder rare, On the beautiful face of the drenmor there, Tho impel stooped to kiss the child, When lo ! at the touch the baby smiled Ami just where the unseen lips had prest A dimple lay in its sweet unrest, Sporting upon his chock of roso Like a ripple wnked from its light ropos-, On a slietunlct's breast when the soft wind blows. And the angel passed from tho sleeping one, For his mission to earth that day was done. A fair face bent above tho boy It must have been the boy's own m...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 June 1852

rr.; MB II. B. MASSER EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a iTamfltf iictospaptr-Drtoun to JjotWcs, flltcrnture, Jttorali, jForcfon an Domestic sirtus, science an the art, aorfculture, fflxvltts, amusements, c NlfiW 8ERIKS VOL. a, NO. 13. SUXIIUHY, NOimiUMIlEHLANI) COUNTY, 1AM SATURDAY, JUNE 19. I 85a. OLD SERIES VOL. la, NO. 30. AMERICAN I . V TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. 1'ff'riS?iLCAN '" PJ"hert every Bntanlny ni . .. , ,., ,,, ,0 , .,, ra, VCIirlv , rH vice. No paper discontinued until all srrearagt arc All commnnlaitlnnt or tetters on Imstnem rrlnttng t ns office, lo inure (mention, most b POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, 5 00 Seven J,, ,,, I- ive dollars in ndvsncn will pay for three year's sub cripuoii to the American. One fViunie of 18 linei, 3 tlmee, J-veiy euloquent iiieiTtUm, One Riiunre, 3 months, Pix months, One year, Business Cnrrls of Five llnea, per annum, Merchants and otliera, advertiiliiK liy the year, with the privil...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 June 1852

So x t i g n Nt w s . ARRIVAL OF THK BALTIC- POl'R DAYS LATER FROM CtROTE, New York, June 13. The steamship Baltio, with four days lolor Intelligence from Europe arrived at an early kour this morning. ' ' ENGLAND. - - - The floor of the Corn Exchange in Bruns wick street, Liverpool, gave way, at nooni on the 1st instant, precipitating upwards of WO merchants to the "' vault beneath. None, however, . were killed, although a number were more-or less injured. Some repairs were being made at the time, and the workingmen had incautiously removed a portion of the supports, which caused the floor to give way. Two of the workmen were killed. The steamship Sarah Sands, put into Fal mouth, May 3 1st, short of coals. Nothing done in Parliament. The particulars of the capture of Rnngnm by Rritish troops had been received. The loss in the engagement was small. The cholera had broken out among the troops, and the soldiers of the different regi ments were dying in numbers. Several ollicers had als...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 June 1852

CALIFORNIA NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE , - ILLINOIS- TWO WEEKS LATF.H FROM CALIFORNIA. The steamship Illinois, from Chagres, ar rived at New York, bringing twelve day later news from California, the California Vnails to the 16ih or May, ana 500 pas sengers. The Illinois brings nearly 82,000,000 In fcolil dual, on freight and in the hand of assengers. The whole trip occupied but twenty-five Maya. The Legistnlure ttdjotirncd oh iho 6ih ult , lifter A Very protracted session of four Vrtonlhs. The publie feeling awakened In "lie Wines on the subject of Chineso emigration, j ) the famous Cooley bill and subsequent discussions on the subject) threatened at one time to lead to unpleasant results The numbers and chancier of this people, in the State, were exaggerated and misrepresented to such an extent that in some districts the miners determined to check the evil before it became intolerable ; and, as the Legisla ture had negler.lcd to do anything in the premises, they fell called upon, in self ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 June 1852

SUN BURY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. THE RAISING OF COEN. I ' . iti.i. whittieh. Th5 most Important crop we farmers raise, Unless 'lit grass, it Indian corn, or maize ) Varieiiea of which are found o grow, From Canada and Maine, lo Mexico j From were Atlantic's alormy billows roar, To mild Pacifio' rich and peaceful shore, ; In every aeciion of our favored land, The row of corn like rank of soldiers "-. eland. . With care 'twill thrive In almost any spot, Unless 'lis very com or very hot. Tis true it grows tlia largest South and West, , , And yet the northern frontiers raise tno best ; At lenst, 'tis bst for making bread, Or hasty puddings, Johnny cakes instead 'Twill alwnys fetch or bring a lilile more At market, mill, or at Ihe farmers' door. Put here upon New-England's sterile soil, It lakes manure and money, time and toil J So much indeed of ench, a man maintains, That by his coin nlono lie nothing gains. Another man may just ns truly say, His corn will more than all expenses...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 June 1852

AT Th T TR if:Bfe . . . A IV JT 11 -nil it. : ir. b. masser, editor and proprietor. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. : SI Jfamtiu ilctospnpcr-Dcbotrti to iJclltfcs, ftftcrnture, iHoiMlfty, jFortfrjn flirt Domestic ileitis, Stfcncc nirt the avts, aorlculturr, warftcts, amusements, c NKYV sKUIKS VOL. ii, NO. 1 . SUMIIJKY. NOiUJIUMIiKHI.ANI) COUNTY. l'A., SATURDAY. JUNE SO. I8.V2. . OLD S Kit IKS VOL. , NO. 40. H I 11 .. I -; TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIK AMERICAN in piilitishcil every 8cilmil.iv nt Ttt'U DOi.l.AKS per milium In he paiil'lintr yearly in uvatice. fto pair uiculiluiura utile AlLarreui-Hgusiirt' paid. All mmmmiirtitiiinfl or tellers on Itiift'iticB rrltitiiiK ii tbanlTiae, to insure attention, must In) I'tlt'.' I'AIU. ' . TO CI. l b:. Thra copies to one ntlitrt'ss, .1 CO Pvm lu no mm Fifteen L) I) voio ' Five l"llnr in nilvnnre will pny Tut llime ynr"i uli Scriuiiott to Die AmericRii. One Paiinte of IS lines, .1 limes, Kvelv uliaeqiieitt iimerltoii, ln tiire...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 June 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. THOMAS F. .HEAOHEH. Below wb publish an extract from the peecb of Tbomn F. Mengher, ihe lrih Pa triot Exile, who recently escaped from Van Die-nan' Unci, In reply lo ihe Committee of the New Votk Common Council, lenilin-t lm Ike hospitalities of Ihe city which he moiled- l leolinel. The extract i a tribute lo ourj beloved country : "The moment we net our foot upon her hnre we behold the offspring of Freedom the energy, the thrift, the opulence ter which the hat giren birth and at a glance, we comprehend her fmitfulness, utility, anil splendor. We behold the wonder she has wrought the deformed transformed tho crippled Colony springing into the robust pro portions of an Empire which Alexander might well have sighed lo conquer the ad venturous tipirit of her aona compensating by Ita rapidity, in little more than a half renin ry, for the thousands of years in which tho ' land lay Mill in the shadow of the ancient foiesta we behold all this, and Ihe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 June 1852

"' I A - r V CALIFOKNLV NKWS. V AURIVAL OF THE rOKMETIIEUS- THEE DAYS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. ' 500,000 tit Specie. ha lenmship Prometheus from San Juan HieU at New York, on Monday morning, fcringinjj dates fiom San Frnncisco to tin 59th of May, doing ihiee days lalei lll.in taor previous advice. The Prometheus left Sa:i loan on the IMi Inst., mnj bring 450 passengers. In consequence of the sickness of the Purser of tho P, she. bring very few pa-' "'i, mid they conlnin nothing of special in lere'st. The Piomcthcns bring Sno,n(10 in jn. on freighi, and nbuut $500,000 in hands id passengers. The steamer Albion was nt Crnytowu mi Iho 3d inl., and notified the authorities tluii the Oovernmoms of F.noland und 1 he United States .-uaranteed lint tndcperulmice of San Juan. The Commissioner proceeded nl once to Costa Rica and Nicaragua, for" the purpose of making a permanent ettlemenl of tho boundary. A large parly of Ameti can ladies nnd gentlemen at Greytown, to gether with the Mayor and 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. — 26 June 1852

! 1 4 SUNMUY AMERICAN AND SH AMOKIN ToUli N A L. P o c t r ij . A legend of the Mohawk. BY GROROK P. MOB R 18. i In ilny that era gone, by . flowing water, Two loreri reclined in the tree J 8ha wan the monntnlit King' ihis tve? shade of a rosy-lipped daughter, The bravo warrior thief of ihe vnlley was h. Then all things around them, below and , above, Were basking as now In the sunshine of love, In Ihe days that are B"nei by this swi-el flowing slrenm. lh Ihe days thnt are gone they were laid 'ueath the willow, The mni.l in her beuuty, ihe youth in lit pride-, Buth slain by the focman who crossed the daik billow. And stole Ihr broad lauds where their children reside, Whose fathers, when dying, in fear looked nttnvr. And trembled to think of that chief and hie hive, In the days that are gone by this sweet iliw ii'g stream. jtf tecrllanroittf fatter. Thb South Germany journals contain la mentable accounts of the famine in many districts. The Picsidency of Ober Franklin suffers most. W...

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 July 1852

NBURY RICAN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. gs3 OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. jFamUy Sictospapcr Drtiottt. to Jjolftfcs, Hftrvnturr, lUoiaKtw, jrorrfan an Domestic iietos. Stftncc ana the girts, aovlculture, ittarJuts, amusements, &c NKW SKUIKS VOL. NO. la. SUMJUIIY, NO IITIIUM HE ULAN li COUNTY, TA.f SATURDAY, jULY d, OLD SERIES VOL. la, NO. 41 AME 0j$jx 'f&P TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. fX.. . 'R'CAN i. published evrry Patuntar m iu UOM.AK8 per annum to bo nid hutf ysrly in fill"1' P"!" iicoiitiiiud until all urrearugus nr li A" c"""n"in'i"i' or lcllr on business rrlnimg t'i l uffiea, to insure atli-utinii, must Iw l'UST PAID. .... TO Cl.tjl.. J tirte copiet in one aildreM, as (Hi J""-" D Do ItKK) if" 1)" Uh owi t ivo dollars in ailvauen will nny fur lines yeai's sulx Kripiioii to the American. t)ii fount, or 10 thins, 3 time., fcveiy uleiiient insertion. JJue Squnre, 3 months, ?. months, year, business Card's of Five linos, per annum, Merchants null othe...

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 July 1852

nc El 1 , -V I 1 r ii h Vfrmrtv SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL CALIFORNIA NEWS. AttIUVAL OFTHE v C11ESCENT CITY. . : . TW O WEEKS I-ATEIt FROM : CALIFORNIA. , -1,300,008 I GOLD. ; ." TEE AMERICAN. SUNBURY. New York, June 28. The steamship Crescent Cily arrived here I his afternoon, from Aspinwall City, with 400 passengers and 82,000,000 in god n freight, and $500,000 in the had of pnsse. engers. She sailed from Aspinwall on the 19th, and brings Sau Francisco mails of the 1st inst. Tho intelligence from the mining regions was of the most satisfactory character. Large specimens of the ore continue to be dug tip. A lump of solid gold, weighing sixty-nine ounces, had been found below the surface on Mr. Limbcrg's lot, in Sonorn, on the main street, a few doors below tho Post oflico. A quartz vein of unusual richness had been discovered in the French gulch near Shasta. ' Great apprehension exist in Sonora, that tho troubles between the French and Amer icans will produce feelings 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. — 3 July 1852

.,,11(1111 ii p nii f! it.Vj SUN15U11Y AMEKICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. A Ci.kroyman. An okl and vnluable,ub criber, has gent tia n ccrlificnto fromne of liis Parishoners, which ho wishes published for Ihe benefit of hi neighbors", nml 'llm community at large. It late on authority thai needs no confirmation, the. particular of a remarkable cure I mm Ayer'a Cherry Pec toral, an article we have already taken occa sion to notice, and" Men we have reason to hclie.vo is worth not ice. Tho sufferer had been rednoed very low from the eflVcis of a Cold and Cough, canned by over exertion at a fire, nearly ihree. 'years since, and fiom v-kicft il was evident in his friends that Ih was fast hastening to a premntnre grave. Many of ilirt remedies of ihft day and tin advice of eminent PTivsicinn had nil failed to a fiord 1iim relief, when ho was induced try the Cherry Pectoral, which soon cured him The crowded state of our columns will not admit the foil particulars, but we earnestly invite the ali...

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 July 1852

Poetry. T3E CLOCK IN THE CORNEB. -r a. coisst. f IhongM Jn my school boy crHyg, forsoolh, That tf0 clork wa living Ihinp, That it bad a tongue that would spunk Iho i tiolh, - To tell it tales npon trnunt youth, In Iba book hiding days f spring. And I peeped with fear on Its charactered face, To watch th fpiril within, That was r twining its round with ceaseless racF, And hcatmg Iho time with ft miniature mace, As if overjoyed at the din. ( marked its voice when the dear ones died, As it ticked to their Infest breath, And, when they passed to the bunine un tried, It seemed to follow, with nnmeamired stride, Their spirits after death. flow it rung and echoed my chimp, On that merriest summer morn, When the skies were brighter than eastern clime, And hearts beat fast for Iho coming time, And the future yet nnborn ! And when, 'mill storm and midnight wild, On the dark and mtmnins: earth, Tlwre eame to our love a fair-haired child lis monitor face beamed biiuhtlv, and smiled, To murk the...

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 July 1852

AMERICAN. II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PHOPPJETOR. ' OFFICE MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 jrtmfli) iUtospapcr-Dcbotcfi to JJolttfcs, fiftunhtre, Jitovnlny, jmrtfjit ujxt JDomestfc ilcVus, scfcnct ana the arts, gXflitculturr, -markets, glmusrmcnts, Ut m:w skiues vol, 3, no SUNBUKY, N(llTllUMnKIU.AM3 CO.VN V . VA., EA'J VllW, JULY X. I S.V-i, Ol. I) SK1MKS VOL. 12, NO. 42. TERMS Of THE AMERICAN. THE AMF.!UC Ia pnliluilied every Saturday nl fWU VUt.i.AHii per in n to lie piml Ittilf yearly in mi). Nu paper discontinued umii all hi rirng uru All comirmiiiftitinii or Ic'tcm nit lninmew) rrlntuij In oaleti, to iiiiure attention, unmt lt 1'Al V. 'i;o Cl.UIJS. ir pM4 to ou wklfcip, 3 W leven Bo WW I'iltcfii XV V k'VviV'IJnr V uyaiiw wvlpitf foi, dire? year's niib avrtpt um to lite. A,Vrfsrjuft. tine Sotioia of 1 lino. 3 tinted SI 14 V'.vei v ithufjiteiU insertion, t'ne 5iiiure, 3 tiioiitUl, 3l Kt pix months, nil) ()ne ycur, Hj'l Vuiiiic Cnnls of Five line, pvr nnnura, flwiV ttlerc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 July 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. AttHIVAL or.TIIK EMPIRE CITY. Ju-fi'i Ravage of the Cholera. Nkv York, July 8. Tha steamship Em pire City nrrireil here, thi afternoon, Irom New Orleans, via Havana and Key Westr 'having left Havana oi the 28th lilt., and Key Went on lhe 2!th. She report that (he steamship Philadelphia had arrived at Havana fionAspinwall, but in consemience of having lhe cholera on board was r.ot per mitted to enter lhe harbor. On tho second day after lhe Philadelphia aailed from As pinwall the cholera broke out among the crew and passenger, and by the time she cached Havana forty of them had died, among whom was Mr. Birdsall, the U. S.' Mail Agent. On arriving at Havana Phila delphia was ordered off and proceeded to Key West, whero she would land her pas sengers. The authorities at Havana would not even allow the ship to remain two miles outside the harbor for the purpose of obtain ing fresh stores. The Empire City brings about 80 passen gers. From tlie rnnoma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 July 1852

The Great Lake Ektkrmim:. We not mistaken in onr expects ions ex pressed yesterday, in reference to the Sun bnry.Md Erie Koa.j. It will be seen by reference to our local column, that the mount of ftro jntiiotn of Dollars, in sub scriptions, was promptly brought tip Inst evening, and there can be now no doubt but the work will be placed not only under eon trnct, but in course of construction, in a very few days. The enerev and decision of pur pose that has brought it to its present posi tion, cannot fail to prove effective in further nd more important efforts, nnd we hope sincerely, that there will ba an end of croaking impracticabilities or rntilcs, and 'hat instead of opposition, the Managers shall be supported by a hearty pond will by the entire community. Daily Ncivs, July I "What did yon hang that cat for, Israel !" 1 For mew-tiny." New Advertisements. LIST OF CAUSES H TOR trial in the Court of Common Plena of Northumberland County, at August T., D., 1852. ri.AWTIFFS. Frederick ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 July 1852

. 4 i s Wimu y AMekican and sir amokin journal. P 0 C t V 1J . PARODY ON BEN BOLT. , IV A I HOY. Oh don't rnn rr-iwe-rulsr l be W'hoj's Jim Holmen, The b'Uoy's wiih tnws sn ml? Who drank with ilcliphl wherever they met. Ami always went drank lo fticj In ha oloV frrare jHtr, m thn ccfgo ef the town, ' In corners ulwtsre tuiil1 nluun 't They have cone to rest, fm the gay young 5prij Have-d-toppM (T, ono by one. Oh ttonrl ro inftnemWr I ho Jim Hol.ne. Ami Ihn piiit at thft fool of the liiil ! Where oft we have lain, lUio' the hoi sum'r hour, Ami thank to onr utmost filf : Tho ppiini: U fi 1 U-it wilh tniul, Jim Holmes, ' Anil the, wild- ho" root alt arRtttitl, Ami tho kikhI oM jug, wi;h it whir-key u OWt.'Pt, Lies broken utul ppilloil on tho ground. ' !i, don't von tenicuiber tbe lavcitn Jim Holme., A. d the bar keepen, kind nuir true, j. cl he litllo nook lit Iru cud of I he bar, Vhfre wc drank tho wiiw that he drew 1 '.' i -r tavern in burned l.i tho giouuii, Jim Holme, Tim bottles a...

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