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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 August 1854

DNBDR.Y 1U H. B. MASSE R, EDITOR AND PliOPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI ifamliy ilciuspapcr Denotes to jjoltucs, itttcrnnuc, jttoratun, jottiini nno Domcsttc -ucuis, science nno the girts, Slorlculturr, ittnructs, amusements, tec SUNJUJHY, NOitTilUMlJEULANlcoUiNTY, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1854.' NEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 20. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, KO. 4(3. i IV JL JJJJ JL U JL i AL TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMKRICAX it published every Sntuiday TWO IKH.I.AHS ner annum to lie luiiu half lenrly Hi deanc. No impel tliscoiilniueu until all arrearagta urt paul. Ail communication! or lelter on Ims'inrM relating to the office, to iuaure attention, mint be rus I 1 aiu. TO CLUU3. Tl.r.. In m ..lilrs.I 3 00 til... 11,. Di Five dollari in advance will ray ft "" J'""'' ,ub' tcriplion to the American. One Snuaie of ltt lines, 3 tiinei, Kverv uhseient insertion, One Square, 3 months, Bix months, One year, limine.! Cntcli nf Five lines, per annum, Morrlinnti mid others,...

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 August 1854

SUNBUItY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. CALIFOHNI.Y NEWS. ARRIVAL OF TUB STAR OF THE WESTi The Grtytown Difficulties Destructive fires at San Francisco and Sacramento Nearly me whole I own of Columbia Destroyed An English fngate in Pursuit of the t aneGreytoirn under Marxial Law, By the arrival yesterday at New York of the Star of the Weil from San Juan, San Francisco dates to tho 15th July have been received this morning. She brings 663,000 in gold on freight, and 430 passengers. Commander Julley of tho British schr. Ber muda, declared Greylown under Martial law, and established the blockade of Port English. The British ship-of-war Espiegle, hold Tunla Arenas, and the Commander says il is part of San Juan, and tie will hold it as secmity until some arrangements aro made between the governments of Great Biilian and the United Slates. The inhabitant of San Juan had began to rebuild the town, but the most influential men have left the place. The greatest excitement existed al Kings to...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 August 1854

IMa Communications. ror the Sunbury American. Siiamokik, Ai.gnsl Oih, 1854. Editor "Sunbury Amtrican," Dear Sir : I herewith send you an ex tract from the minutes of an American Meal ing held in (his place, Friday, August 4th inst., a publication of which is respectfully reqnesird in your paper. We citizens of Coal Township, Noi ilium berland Connly, Pa , in general Mass Meet ing assembled, recommend to such of our brethren of the County, as are favorable to the principles ol the Native American party as expressed in the resolutions adopted at llie Native American National Convention held at Philadelphia, July, 1845, and those more recently adopted at the American State Convention held at Harrisburg, March 1st., 1864. that they meet at their different wards, township and borough, on Tuesday August 1 li inst, and elect three delegates to ropie sent the district in Ihe County Convention, to be held at Sunbury, August 19lh inst , for the purpose of placing in nomination a ticket, to bo...

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 August 1854

SUNBURY " AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. A STRING OF 1TKMS- 100,000,000 orange are io!d in London annually. There is an wfnl whisper 1 hat Madame Sontag and Punzolini were poisoned. A lot in Chicago, for which the owner pmd S72, in 1834 wai sold on the 1st, for 151,000 An Irishman' description of making a ran non "Take a long hole and pour brass around it. A widow lady named Thompson, died near Tienton, on Thursday, at the advanced age of 104 yean. Wild Masgie, "Hot Corn" memory, is now a pupil in Miss Leavitt's Seminary West Slockbridge, Mam. A wag drove up Washington street, Bos ton, on Friday, in a sleigh, with bells a jingling and all that. It made people stare1 The entire assets of a recent bankrupt were nine small children! The creditors acted magnanimously, and let him keep tliem. Schuyler, the great "Confidence man" and Wall slrpet Financier, of New York, was seen in Baltimore, on Saturday evening last, imbibing a brandy smash. Mr. A. Swarzer, of Vienna, has underta ken 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. — 19 August 1854

AMERICAN W& W ' ' '.-?Js II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET. STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a dFamCljp iieiuspaper Dcttotta to iJolfttts, auernture, i-wotamij, jFort.rjit ano Domestic ainus, J&cttnce airt the Eirts, Slurfculturr, iHarfeets, amusements, tc IEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 21. SUNBUilY, NOli'A'HUMBEltLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1854, OLD SERIES, VOL. 4, NO. 47 MIR'IIR V i mm mm mm 1 ALJ mJ AL u; JL TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. , TUB AMR'UCA I piiblisned every ttnturdy 1V0 DUI-lJiltS per milium to be paid half yeurly in vane. Ni puner uitconuiiued until all arrearage, un id. y- Ml eommanicntloits or letters on tnisim-M relating to 1 office, to iiiaur. mtamiou, mm tie VOST I' AID. TO CUUJp-B. re. copie. to on. address, '" . D P i " "2 W ' Do Do SOW) ive dntlnr. In .elm nee will pey for llii.. year's ub iptiuu to the Anericiui. a Snuaic of 10 line., 3 time., ?ry suloennent insertion, e Bqimre, 0 month", . , month., e year, liueH Cunts of Five lin...

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 August 1854

CrWa copy tha following letler from the Ledger M matter of Interest to many of our readers. Tha writer is diipoffd to ba censorious, tnd it not quilt ai Well poll ed up as he might ir, in relation to iht court house tnd public buildings: Cfltmpandrnc of lh PoWlo tlr 1 LETTER FROM KOBTIIt MBURLASn. -t The Ancient Town f Northumberland" Churches, Court House, Ifc, c Lyon's Island Plus Hill Mountain -Dr Joseph , . Priestly Hit Residence and Burial fail, jc, tfc. NORTHCMSKIUAIM), P , Aug. 10. - ' Missus, EoiTont.-If there it any p'e in the Union where the "ease of creation' it fully tmjoyed all the year ronnd without the id of "proclamation." it mutt be thif quiet little town of Northumberland, which hai for , more than quarter of a cenlory prfierved iis repnlalion ai "Sleepy Hollow of the Sos. quehanna." Its grans grown streets, it ten r erable and dilapidated building! faithfully Ileal the age and finish of a place which T however tempting and inviting to the recluse ' has few chances...

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 August 1854

XM"X1 I-Jt--11A JJL1 SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SJIAMOK1N JOURNAL. A corrpinilanl of Ihe) Boston Trasellrir 8l anjriteresilng1 rrount of lliit manner in which the prrjuJieei of lhi Turks ar compellinl lo yield in the presence ot . hir Christian allies. Al a yrauiil review, In 1h neighborhood of Constantinople, ha wit nessed tha following, among othar strange things: ' ; , "First t saw tha Sullan so mnoh exhilarated by tha occasion, as actually to put his horse . upon tha gallop, a thing qnite incompatible with the dignity of tha Sultan ! Second, the ' lady of Marshal St. Arnmiil drove In her car riaga directly in front of tha Sultan, and was . there introduced to him, he coming toward on Ilia horsa lo speak with her ; a stranger pro coedinjr, and eren more reoliirijr to the feel ings of rigid Mnsselmen, than it was to see Lord Stralfoid help their Imperial Master into his boat on the day of the English review ) And last of all, and to cap the climax, I saw Turkish young lady walking, arm...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 August 1854

1 P oetry Many a "murdered poet" will read th following with a savage delight I BEPIECTIOW, Ifywii teeeiving a topy of my first poem, pub lithtd in ihe village newspaper. Ah I her il is ! I'm famous now An author and pcml I It rpally is in print 1 Ye gods I , How proud I'll be to show it! And penile Anna I What a thrill Will animate her breast, To read thesn ardent lines and know To whom they are addiessed. Why, bless my tout here's something strange! What can the paper mean, By talking of the 'bracefnl brooks . That gandnr o'er the preen V And here a M instead of "t,' Which makes it 'tippling rill;, We'll seek the shad' instead ol 'shade,' And 'hell' instead of 'hill.' They look so' what 1 I recollect 'Twas 'sweet' and then 'twas 'kind,' Ami now, to think, the stupid fool For 'bland' has printed 'blind,' Wns ever such provoking work 'Tis ruriotis by the bye, How anything is rendered blind By giving it an 'i.' Ilast thou no tears,' the 'I,' left out, 'Hast thou no ears,' instead; I ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 August 1854

T -J - . f . -f-J j , ! : i r -. i , . H. B. MASSEK: EDITOR AND fKOPElETOK. ' , , Tggss-r- OFFICE, MARKET ST11EKT, Of POSltE TllE POST OFFICE flW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 2 ';s'Biivrft n rari AMERICAN, THK AMERICAN Is publlsnr.d "T avaiic. no paji uikwhwmm" "ai! coinmDiileotlmn or tatters o sln 10 le uifice, to insure attention, ibm m I o 1 "' TO CLUBS. ... cjn0 lir fnpiri l n address, 10 UO wen i .' ' 0 Do su 00 ripltou 10 tne t Smn,o of 1 lines, 3 UPs, rtr sutiseqnent insertion, ne Suunre, 3 month!, x nvmth, Be year, ',..,.,.. ...num. flOO 5 pM 6(KI BUO SOU crelwnu ...d other., rtvrtwr h ye,.r, with the privilege of '" 1000 IV I writer Advertisements, pet egreemcm. H. B. MASSES., ATTORNEY AT LAW, BUXVBTXB.V, PA Business attended to in tlia Counties of Nor ulrlntl, Union, Lycoming and ColumbiB. '. .; Kefer tot T. A. A. Kovoudt, "1 Lower & Btirron, J j 8omer & Snodgras, fAt'orf. ' Reynold, McFarlan.l & Co., 1 Spcring, Good 6c Co., J henry donnel, lTTORNEY at law. . Offict ppo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 August 1854

Arrival of the llaltic. later rno.M EinorE. latest IntetligeTit fiott tht Seat 6 War The Markets ffArar and Corn Advanced, i The steamer Bulticarrived at Yojk, Silurday eflerr.oon, at 4 o'clock, bringfcjg Liverpool dates to Wednesday, the bih inst Aland is reported to have been captured - on the 3d, and to be occupied by the French. The Russians bate filially Ml Bucharest, and the place- is" niw -occupied by 34,000 Tniks, under, one Pacha-, The, report is cou. tradicted. Denmaik has declared her adherence to 1her Aiistro-Prussian treaty. . 'The" English and' French - Representatives taw foftitty notified Austria of the -unconditional refusal1 or the Rfissian pmposul by : tbeit respective GoTernments. " ",; It is again staled, but '-not authoritatively that the Anglo French force has lehlly'em . baikCd for the Crimea, and is now hovering .on Ibe coast, v There is no 'account of any ' landing having beeri effected.: 1 1 ''"'' ..; From the fialiio there is nn imperfect nc ; count of th...

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 August 1854

it; atoteaisi SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Il 1 J I Communications. . .- Foe tlx Bunbury AmrlcMi. ' aMKricak convention, j The ilefpgnte lo thn Amrricnn Convention met at Iho Grand Jury Room, inSunbury, nri Saturday, the 19ih Snst., at 10 o'clock, Ai M "the convention was oalled to onlor by api , pointing J. W. HUSTON, Esq., President S..S, Smith and M. Persino, Vice TrrsidoniKj and Emanuel Wilvtrl, Secretary. " 1 1 ' On rnoiidn, The eommittee than proceeded 40 buainesty and lo receive the credentials of Mia delegate in attendance. '"The delegate of the different townshipa ptesonling theif wetlcnliaU, were admitted a dslejjatea in ' Ihe convention. ' ''"'On motion of D. W. C. Cleaver, it wan Resolved, That a committee of six bo ap pointed to prepare resolution! expressive ol Urn ar-iise of this meeting, 'Yheroiipoil the chair appointed the follow ing si titlomen, viz 1 D.W.C. Cleaver, Joshua 'nu, S. S. Smith, Jos. Scott, W. Teitsworth ''and Dr. J. J. John. 'The convention ...

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 August 1854

I 'Poetry THE BABIE. Nae ihoon lo hide thy liny hoe, Nae stocking on Ihy feel , Her suple ankles white as anew, ','. -. As early blossoms aweet. ' ' , Her simple dress of sprinkled pink, ' Her double dimpled chin ; Her puckered lip and balmy mouth, With na' one tooth within. Her een se tike hef ttioliter's eeii,' . 'Twa gentle, liquid thinus ; ' 1 . Her lacs 'twas like an angel's face ; We're glad ahe has no wings. v She ia the budding of our loves, A giftie God has gi'en n ; ' We maun na love the gift ow'r weel 'Twacl be na blessing thua. jKfgcc Uanrotta; IggtL . RULES TO AVOID RAILWAY ACCIDKM . In the last number of a very useful publi. cation called The Museum of Scionce and Art, Dr. Lardner publishes the follow ing riain Rules for Railway Travellers 1. Never attempt lo gel into or out of a railway carriage while it ia movinp, no mat ter how slowly. 2. ' Never ait in any unusual place or pos ture. ' 3. It is an excellent general maxim in rail way travelling, to remain in j our pl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 September 1854

' -. i r. . : li . J""- " . ; !liV. SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 23. i V' ' TRt3 OF THE AMERICAN. "' TllK AM Km CAN la ' p'ubliaiiml every rVitaruav ,. : TWO lKM.tiA.Ufl ptr winmo tu In lintf jearry in ativunce. nu nupcr Uiscunuiuieu until all srrearuges are 1 UBltl. ' - ' All eoinmeiucatlona or letters u .busiueM rtlntmg in laeothee, tu insure attention, must bo rum I'AIU. ' TO CLUBS. ; ' ' Tinea copies to one address, . . as 00 Seven D . , , Do ' . tut! ' Viiteen ' ' i -' 'Da ' ! " Five dollars in ndvniien will pay for this year's sub cnptiimtu the American. - t One SWiunie of Itt lines, 3 times, ' i Kvvrr Bulareiuettl insertion, , One Sjrjrc, 3 mouths, ' Bit months, 0 One yeur, ' limine,. Cruris of Five lines, per annum, Merchants anil ntliers, advertising by the. , year, with the privilege of inserting 1 UinVrent advertisements weekly. rW larger Advertisements, as per agreement. 100 3 8O0 300 moo "A TTOKNE Y AT L A W , . SlNBUnY, PA. ' Dusincss attcnJeJ to in tha Counties of Nor. thumbcr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 September 1854

I SUNBUitY AMERICAN AMD SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. the awhiica mikistf.r at Madrid. M. Gaillardet, w ho is said la be the brother-in-law of Mr. Soule, and the American Minister at Madrid, ias written to tho Coo tier dea Etats Unia aa followa : , The residence of the American legation enacted ill part in the scene of the insurrec tion at Madrid. Mr. Sonlo occopiea the fiist and second atones of a magnificent hotel, be longing to the Marquis of Bedmar, the ground floor of which wai reserved by the Marqoia for bis porsonal use. . lie possessed there a very handsome collection of ancient and modern arms. The Marquis of Bedmar ha acquired a certain notoriety by his conserva lire opinions, and by the marked favor which he formerly enjoyed from Queen Isa bella. Scandal had connected itself with this intimacy, upon which a variety of tales were founded, including a projeclod flighii which had been defeated by Narvoez, then Minister, and a fainting fit, of which a royal corset perpetuated the remembr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 September 1854

. SUNBUKY7AME11ICAN i AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. 3tcm3rof News cmb' Choice. A gentleman n Ejwutdiville, Illinois, writ Inglo t ffierid ih Louisville, Ky., says : "The , like of it 1 have never before seen. It it now months and Two days tint ire have had a rnin,- living flight showef on (he SOih June 'amounting to nothing. 1 hare never before teen immense field, of corn burned up, willed twitted up, pooked, parched, and yet it don't rain. ' 1 think I may tafety ay from what I have teen, the corn crop will be deficient 70 Ao 75 per cent, in all southern Illinoit " ; The Drought ! New Yokk.- Doleful ac. counta continue to be given respecting the iKJiouuht which prevailt throughout New York n common with large proportion of the whol eotn'try.' Il it how (i fly -four dayt ince rain fell in any quantity in the vicinity of Rochester, and the drought it equally te- - ero in other placet, to that it it regarded at unprecedented in teverity at well at in ex Kecf Tim to Yourself. The token of recog...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 September 1854

UISBVRY AMERICA COUNTING. HOUSE ALWAiNA! 8 9,11) II 18 M 14, 8 9 4 S 6 7 8 is ia.17 in nili ai , , imu ti ist in i4m W VCI l j -J0la7 '26. . , 16 I7,ltfu i VII l UI 3I , ' 1 Hi 3D DJlDS.a rw. i r 4 '. . 3o,3i IS 1314 IS 10,17 1BI , , l 7 f B H'l't la , . lOai SI.SM S3 1,M! 1314il1 m i? i; i 1 ' txi 'oj I I I II on'oilOT iKl' SS.86 Mab. 1 81 9' 4 el 9 10 ui 18 13 14 13 10 17 19 0 80 81 88 83 84.8.' hit 87 8 80 3U 31 i i i i - i 'i 9! 3 4 f 7 K 0 10 II 18 13 ll'H ttl 81 8i.n 87.8? 80 Ml 17. r 111 V" si 130 I I I I' 81 SI .1 " 7, 14 14 '3 08 81 81 85.a',87 io - 80 !M 311 S0,37 SM.89 30 Jam. I 13 S .,! i' ,! o! II 7 S Pi Il!ls'l3 1411.1 10 niliiha m M IH 10,811 81 18 83 W 90,7j,S! Ii to' in' .in' t,t iH o silso '.x'a7Wp.3f I 1 I I I I iWtstt llattfoutf jcc sitter FACTA AUOUT O0AO. Il ia scarcely fifleeu years since euano was finl recommended lo the notice of farmers in Eiiylaii.l hikI S iihtml, hs k Siihstiililf for furin yard nmnuic, or n uxilinry. No'' wrt'hsiHtnliiij; the incredulity...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 September 1854

11 C KM On I H. B. .AIASSKR, EDITOlt AXl) 1'JtoriuKTOH. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. IB iff l" NEW SERIES, VOL. 7, NO. 24. TERMS OF tllff AMEB.ICATT. TDK AMKIUCAN la nutillalimt evcr'v"fnlunlv TWO DOI.I.AIIS pet wmiiin tQ lie pnid Imlf ) curly In tdvmici. No pitper diacmitmuaa until all arreurugaa are All enmmniiieatlons of letters tin nnslness feinting lo Via omce, lo Insure attention, mnM n l'Usl l-Aiu .Vo i, I'. lt) eLWM, ! .. .,. Thfe! tonikl id On address. ' ' '' " S00 tlcvaii ' ' 1 ' D no - ... 1,",n Fifttnn Do Do 8UU Five dollars In ailvaiica will pay for threi yam'a tub. acriutioii lo the Amancan. J! Snnoto f ID Hum, 9 tlinoa, ; , V.Vety luliseqiieiit insertion, Vne ftqunro, a mouths, - Sm motiilia, i..; i Oil year, tu'liiHia Carrta nf Five tinea, pat annum, Murrhnnta nnn otliera, ndvarli.lng by tha if oar, wllli the privilege of Inserting different mlvurtiaemtiiU weakly. mo ' 30(1 , 6(111 ' eoe sou 10 (M IV lairger Advertlaeineiita, at per apraamewi. ' 1...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 September 1854

asmi-.sn r. s.x .- toe i :trJk- ur " j I R R I V A L bfilnK V At' I f I C I.ATKK IfAOIvj KfJROFR.' A I f'Jlf Cflrirr iW-fV0l, frtti'N g' ofCUirDiIUtin Cotton-Dnhn in Flour. Tim neamahlp Puollla arrlvd l, N York yaaiorJay afiarnoon to 3 rt'olook frOM1 Livrmul, w iiti dalea l Id Mb nit. Th Peelfio left Mvurpcxil it 1 1 o'olouk, on lh morning of Wndiidy, nd P-netn-ed heavy weatorly wind fol th flril i dayi. Eh brougdt 922 paaaoiigen. ' Tha itiamiblp Afiioa ariWod out on Sunday morning. . . . i - r, FROM THK BALTIC. Tli pnpri contain lh dulalli of III cnp lur of llomoraund. The urrinlor ooeured t 13k o'clock on (In ICtli, wliun h nuialuit gnrrlaori, luimbeiing 2000 men wen .mm, dittely rnbntkuil on ill allied ut. Llul life win loat nu cither aide. Tli Fmnoli troopa having lunl 130 killed, and iL Drilled only 3 or I. Tho round fait, bcliind Horn eiiuml, unmod fnrli Tie and Mottled, hud been prcviouify roducod w hich wu difllvull tiak being ganjioued by only 1 20 men each. A handful of ar...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 September 1854

of Ncwo' fm& vl)Mcc. ".A'V..k.S. J!J i . : M in I to Tiiury of llmltnlmil dh nir.,' 9ao&aliiai to.1 1 ' llnj'tjuoU w I la nxrlnvl "I v m.i. r T,. , (, ,,'' i : , h wwlulilng il. pound ItinWii ex M Nwiik, N. J. tlil llmr M ill nnt bt jtuUtun tuinugh lii(jioii cunnly fur tuml ( ',", ' , WnvllMlIlN Raitmnil li mlymmlng n ioniiltiuii.,, ; it Oilmini Pull ny Mint mint ttf ii uf llm yiillotv fcvor m itimirn'ri' Vmiln (Tumi) (limn lirft ilm f I1in, lltnk fur iht nM l'u'ililtMiry illOIIIMIll hflnl of CHllltl lilt 1'rtll i l.iipnri,', luil,, by III Nnrilmrn In llioml iluut hi of My liitd ini mop nltl In pii'Mtnl nn iinnm- ippuitnimm In Dm ttiuuniiilii cuiiii- intiirky. i ny llmt iliivo (Jittm Inn lirrn up lluulti, It ItMM Lftn villml ,,1'Iim lli'iu'i UriM." i. Cuniifoiloiil Imi twmily iltilil Intlm, tmpluyt 1,1179 limttlt In III nm, hit 1 1, (Hit OOOonplliil lnylml, r-i itnnimlly 700,000 clucks. Out liinu liinu kpm lluii rnmbi'l J. .iki or I it r i n to Anon. V ii-iiml la My llmt All...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 September 1854

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Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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