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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 February 1856

SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1856. OLD SERIES, VOL- 16. NO 22 NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 48.. The Sunbury American, ttBMSBID SVIRT SATORDAf BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TKRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. TVfO DOLLARS per innuro lob paid hair yearly ia 4renee. No paper lacontimed until all arrearages ara - All aommanioatinna or lettera on businesa relating to la ofia. to inaur attention, milt ba POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Tar. aopie ona address, SSOO Seven I D 10 00 fifteen bo Do SO no Piv dollar In advance will pT for three year' eub aaription to the American. Postmasters will plait, act a our Agents, and frank altera containing auuscriplion money. They ara permit lad to do thia under tha Poet Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oo Slum of 14 llnea, 9 tlin.a, SI 00 very subsequent inserliiw, S Ona Squat, 3 montha, ,n Bis montha, to0 On year, Baslnaas Carda of Piv HnM, r nrmia, 100 Merchants and other, tidvartieing by th yar, with th privilege of inserting d...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 February 1856

feelings have been perverted by tlmt too powerful incentive to human action the lore of gain. We have hoard these, sir, and while we are giving proper heed to thoir demands, let as not bo unmindful of another sort, quite much entitled to our regard. In my hum ble opinion, one of these is worth oil of the former kind put together. I mean tho ono f resented by the Senator from Philadelphia. Mr. Browne,) and sitrncd by 5400 women of that great city. I mention it particularly, sir, that I may not be outdone in gallantry by tho trim and stately Senator from Allo gbony, (Mr. M'Clintock.) lie has ulluded to them' in the beautiful language of poetry. I in sorry t cannot emulate libri in this line, for olus 1 1 have forgotten nil my poetic lore, except tho sweet melodies of llio venerable Mother Goose, and I can recall none of these that 6t tho case, Rut I promise you, howev er much ho inuy get ahead of mo in words, ho -L..1I :.. r....l: . T I'w.l o .l..ltt na .mm w ... .-. , . ; . . "i v- l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 February 1856

Ot'TII AMERICA. Tbo Valparaiso Mercury, of the first of January, snyi s The riiilroitd proposed from Santiago to Tivlca, 250 miles, bag been preliminarily com tnenced. We hear that order! have been for . warded to Europe on account of the Compa- ny. The Cuchapoal bridge, which the rond is to pass, ia to be reconstructed. The aim it to celebrate the next anniversary of their independence, in September, 1856, with the opening of a portion of this road. Valparaiso has been visited by a distres sing fire. It occnrred on Christmas day, bout 6 o'clock in the afternoon. It was near the San Francisco Church, away from the sea. The Captains of ships of war, Kiitf. lish, French and American, sent men on ' shore promptly and ponerousiy. to am in checking the flames. Ten or twelve edifices, however, were destroyed. And more dis tressing fact is the loss of five or six lives of foreign seamen or citizens, who exposed themselves bravely to danger, in order to ar rest the devonnng element. Chiua! ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 February 1856

i THE FARMER. All the toil of summer o'er, Peace and plenty round his door, Who on saith eo bleat and frca AS the Farmer T Like tha lea, All the sweet of life ore hi Large mid full his cup of bligg Who ciin envy throue to kings, When the Plough auch trcnauro bring! T See his works with profit crown'd liars with buy stacks huddled round, Like a 1'umily, whom fenr Draws within a circle near J btntely vteeds ntid cuttle neat, L'ribn of corn and mows of wheat, Thickly peopled in bis fold Harmless sheep und lambs behold, Like the Christian 'midst the din Of a noisy world of sin Powls oviparous cackling ronnd, Pois'd wilh one foot on the ground, Meet their master as he conies, Cluck their wants, nnd shade their plumes. When at midnight all is still, Jlcnr the geese with voices shrill, At the slightest thought of harm, Hai?e the tocsin of alarm ; While from all the barnyards round, Echoes back the screaming Bound, Spo the lofty turkey-cock, Monarch of the feathered flock, Like a haughty po...

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 March 1856

T MUM iuujjiti NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 49. SUNBUliY, NOimiUMBKRLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1856. OLD SERIES, VOL-.16. NO 23 Tho Sunbury American, riltlDUIB XTIHT (ATTJBDAT BY II. B. MASSES, Marktt Square, Sunbury, Ptnna. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. tVTll DDI.!. AUS net annum toba paid half yearl in etretiae. N o payer diaconurued until all arrearage! ara aid. All eommunicatinne or letters on liuiinees relntinf to las ailioa, ta inaura attention, mint be fusi rAlD TO CLUBS. Thr-e eomee 19 ona addraaa. S00 ft. van Da I) 10 IK) Fifteen !' P" "" Fivod.dlare in advance will pay for three year's sub lariptinnto the Americsn. Piiatmaatera will plena aet aa our Agenta, and frank lettere cmitainiiiK euhwription money. They ara permu te! ta do thia unuer the l'oet Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING One 8-iunie nf 14 linea, S timet, Ctrerv aubiequeut inaerlioni Ona Siutiie, 3 montha, Six montha, One year, B ashless Cards of Five linea, per annum, eforehants and othera, advertieinj hy the year...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 March 1856

jforcip Uctos. AEEIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. f.ATKH FROM Kt'ltOPB. Nw York. l'eb. 21. The steamship At Untie, from Liverpool, with dutea to the 6th inst., arrived off Sandy Hook Inst night at 10 u'clotk ami reached her berth nt 9 o'clock this morning. Shu experienced strong west trly gales f r ten days in n-cen i n, and was for three day in larga fields of ice. She brings no news oftlio missing steamship Pa cine. On the 10th inst., the Atlantic passed the America, from llulifui for Liverpool, in Jnt. M. long. 17. The European intelligence shows tbnt nil goes favorably in thu direction of a pence be. tween Uussiu'and the Allies. Tiio protocol for the preliminary Congress nt Paris has been signed, nil. I it is reported that the Em eron of H'ik."U nnd Austra will visit Paris during the Conferences. An armistice from land operations only will probably be agreed upon till the 31st of March- ' , Nothing; of interest comes from the ( rimea. The lust of the docks at Sebastopol has been debt rove...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 March 1856

AMCRirAN KATIOSAL COKVF.JTIOS. Thit body ngaembled on Monday morning rursnant to adjournment. Prayer by Rer. Mf. Campbell, or Tenn. The consideration of the proposed Platform offered by Mr. Small on Saturday, and all kindred proposi tions, wcro laid on the tftblo. Mr. Rrownlow, of Tenn., then moved that the Convention proceed at once to moke nomination for candidate)! for President and Vice President of the United States, and called tlio previous question, which wag sus tained. The main question was then taken by Teas and nays, and decided in the affirmative by a vote In favor of, 151. ngninst 61. Much time was as nsmil consumed by members giving reasons for their votes. Mr. A. Stewart, of Pennn.. then nominated Hon. Millard Fillmore, of New York, for President, nnd Andrew Jackson Doiiclson, tif Tenn., for Vico PresiJent. Mr. Sly of Maryland, nominated the lion. Win. 11. Smith, of Alabama, for Vice Pres ident. Mr. Perkins, of Connecticut, spoke at length, and insisted upon a restora...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 March 1856

JJitmormts. An Arkansas legistator. A member elect of tlie lower clamber of U Legislature of Arkansas, was persuaded, by sotne wars of his neighborhood, that if he Jul rot reach the State House at ten o'clock jn the day of the assembling, lie could not be iwnra, and would loose his sent. He Immediately mounted, with bttntine frock, rifle and bowie knife, and spurred till he got to the door of the capital, whure ho hitched his nsg.. A crowd was in tho chamber of the lower Hons, on the ground floor, walking about with their hats on, and smoking cigars. These, he passed, ran up stairs into the Senate Clminl er, sot his ritle against tho wall, and bawled ont : "Strangers, wliar's the man that swears me in?" at the aauie time taking out hit ere dentiftls. "Walk this way," said the elerV, who was nt the moment igniting a real Principe, and be was sworn without inquiry. When the teller came to count coses, he found that there was one Senator too many present. The mistake was soon discovere...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 March 1856

ftp N KAY SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 50. OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. NO 21 SUN1W11Y, NORTHUMBKRLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, MAKCII 8, 185G. The Sunbury American, tSHLISHSD IVIMT SATCnDAT BY II. B. MASSER, ViirA'd Snare, Sunbury, I'trma. TKBMI OP SUBSCRIPTION. TWO Uol.l.AltS per nnura to be paid half yearly in (Wanes. No paper ihacoutlC'ied uittilALLttireerheeure aid. All soinmnuimtions or letters on business reUttng to the o.fige, to insure attention, mutt lie POST PAID. TO CI.UU9. Three eopiea lo cne address. S5ft0 Seven Ps D ' llJ Fifteen Do an tin Five dollars in ndVnnoe will pay fur three year'a sub teriplinn tn tlir Anirrirau. Poetmmtere will plento ant n cwr Aoeute, ami frnnk letters noutaitmie; ftulisrriptioit money. They are permit tl to do tliie under the Poet Oince Law. TERMS OF ADVKKTI1IN0. One Siuate or 14 lines, 3 limes, kretv suliaequent ineertiou, On Siuaie, 3 inonthe, fix in mthe, One ye.tr. Business Cnrrle if Five linee, per annum, Merchant! and others, s'lverlisiue. by the ;err,it...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 March 1856

Arrival of the ameica. LATKR FROM F.UROPE No tidinjrs of the missing steamship Plciflb Lid reached Liverpool when the America failed, but some of the passengers report having seen a Collius steamship on the 19th, w hon three days out from Liverpool, tvith a signal of distress flying, find apparently head ing for the English Chaouel. (if there is uo in intake In this, Ihb steamer tceu must bare been the Pacific THE PEACE CONGRESS. - The Conferences wtrpinwlH tn nnnn nil Moudny, the 8th Inst., but the non arrival of t onnt Ditol and AH Pacha would postpone ihe meeting till probably Thursday, the 21st instant. Barou Brnnon las arrived at Paris, and the Russian Embassy is once more brilliant. Marquis D'Aseglia has declined the appoint ment of Sardinian Plenipotentiary, iu place of Count Cavonr. Lord Clarendon leaves London, on the 16th, for Paris. Ali Pacha had left Constantinople for there, and Count llnpl was hbdrly expected. The London Advcrtisor says that Austria hnd France both wis...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 March 1856

For the Bunburjr Amsrioau. Mb. Editor: Every day'e experience loaches us the necessity of electing' honest, fti well 11 compelint men, to All even tbe smallest office in the gift of tbe people. I have been led into these reflection! by reviewing the course pursued by our county superintendent of the public schools of Nor thumberland county, in bis unwerantablo at tempts to slido little more public money into big pockets, without valuable consider ation, and thereby take from the juvenile class or our county just so much or that por tion of the school fund wbich was intended for their benefit. Unlucky man I lie seems to think, that if onlv those of his own party were at tliu head of tlie school department, he might have suc ceeded with his Itump Convention, end pock eted the spoil, iy only rendering an insignia cant equivalent. Hut these sharp-eyed Whigs and Know Nothings detected bim in his designs, and slipped bis cable from under him. Hut we think the gentleman is mistaken, and sl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 March 1856

) a tlx n A WINTER MORNING. UV ANDREW .VOItTOX. Tho keen, cluur air the splendid sigLt We wakoii to a worl J of ice j "Where, all things are eusuriuetl in light, At by some gt-ni's quaint derice. "l'is Winter's jubilee this dny Hi Blorcs their countless trcasursl yield, fc'eo how thu dinmond glunces pluy, lu ceaseless blaze, from tree and flold. The cold bare spot where late wo ranged, The. linked woods, are seen no more ; This earth to fuiry land is changed, With glittering silver sheeted o'er. A shower of gems is strew'd around j The llowcrs of Winter rich and rare j Hubies and supphires deck the ground ; The topaz, emuruld, all aro there. Tho morning sun with cloudless rays fis pewerleoe splendor round tis streams j From crusted boughs and sprinkling sprays Fly back unloosed the rainbow bourns. With more than summer beauty fuir, The trees in winter's garb are showu ; What a rice hub) melts in air, Arouud their crystal branches thrown 1 And yesterday how changed the view From what...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 March 1856

unburn NEW SEMES, VOL. S, NO. 51. SUNKUJtY, NOirrilUMr.KULAND COUNTY, PA.-SATUHDAY, MA11CII 15, 185G. OLD SKIIIKS, VOL- 10. NO 25 The Sunbury American, rilLKIIII) tVltlT SiTVHDSt BY II. B. MASSER, Market S-jare, Sunbury, Vtnna. T 1 1) M I OF sTbSCRIPTION. rxTU uni.t.AUS per Biimim !'' poid half wlr w M,a,ios. Nil pa-isi diKoutii-ud unulsLi.arwarnf.se are Mel All . I.... ry,'u. In Ik o fins, Insure SII'lHllMl, ' TU CLltJS. Tm..wpii""""1'l,e"iM lunn lima 1 411 Ml p'" J '' i-i wiil ,my fr three .' aiib- ssriptinn to the American. P.i.invu-tcr. will !,! .t .t our ZZ ...l,r.l-..,,M,K.l.lTipli.M. in mry 1 nr. permit ltd la d" tni under I'""' """" - TERMS OP AUVF,THi.u Oseliunienr It tines, 91. Hies, F.rfiy tj'isr-itif nt int!rt;-ut ,ns 3 mie. 11 nuiilli, iix in Mi'ln, Ks.i.esVcard, of Flv. tinea, T "" MM.-lnntiau.l ..llirrs. ndi-em-i"! 1' ,.,r, Willi O.i- .rivii-i! of m-fti,.f A . :T-,e.it aiH'eii '.'" .,., II w ') in" eco 100 inoo I?" Large.! lv . i,.ie,Tiri,"i.ii-' i-' -s jot) IMMSTINO ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 March 1856

jfiinign $Jcfos. ARRIVAL OF TEE AFRICA. SO 1CWS OF THE PACIFIC. i F.oonrss or the peace coxrr.nENCE. The gtonmship Africa nrilved at N'etr Yerll on Saturday, bringing dates from Liv erpool to Saturdnv. Fobru ny 23d. Shn bri-ng-s no tidings of the missing steam ship Pacific. The Peace Conference !s progressing fa vorably. Count OrlofTlioi arrived in Paris. The Peace Conference, it is supposed, would meet on tha 23 J tilt. Great unxiety was fall as to the result, lint it vas generally supposed a pence would be concluded, 03 Franco is very at xiotis for it. There is nothing more in regard to the dif ficulties between England nnj thtv Uniiod States, except that tin) London Advertiser professes to know that Mr. Dallas brings very rtringent instrnctions. Letters from St. Petersburg end Warsaw, In the German papers, ive dettiils of the preparations in progress for tha continuance vt the wur, and state thut on no point has the former energy of the military dcpaitroent been abnted Affairs we...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 March 1856

wmmmmmmmtnmmmrmmtmmmamm i l efe iai RAILROAD EirCMM. Tlie following facts repardinrr pifjlit of 1no principal railroads of Massachusetts are do Teloperl hv thn reports to the Legislature, nnJ furnished bv ticsn-stockholder to the Boston Tost of March 1 1 1. The cost of Passenger transportation is 1.0C2 cents per passenger per milo. 2. Tho cost of morchumliso transportation is 3.095 cents pr ton per milo. 3. In piisscnper transportation $tT.P8 per cent, of the receipts therefrom nro absorbed in exponas. 4. In merehnmli:e lranportntion, f S9.."2 per cent, of tii receipts thcrofiom are ab norl.ed in exrensrs. 6. The expenses of railroads are almost invariably liclermine.l by Hie weirtit carrien over the mail?. For instance the Eastern rotid. nnon which mssenjrer trnfRc preilornl- nates, is operated at nil expense of $3,670 per inilrt ol the lenjrtn o! me roau j wd.m tli Ton-nil tinnn which merchandise traffic predominates, is operated at an expense of $1Z.4'H. . ., C. The cost of renew...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 March 1856

Select )0cinr. BE GENTLE TO THY HUSBAND. !a pontic to tliy Tlnohnnd. Kemomlipr, nil rtny lonir, Amid Oip ilin nnrf tumult, lie baltlps with the thronp;. No wotnliT Hint Hie noble brow (trows crowded with the cam That pre psp on his brnrt nnd hands, Wliilo he is Rtrnpjrling there. And when tltu n'tilif 1ms paHvrptl homo Tlic loved one to his rest ; tto Gentle if no smile apprnrl, Tbero's sorrow in his breast. 'Tin true, yon miss the welcome voice, M'hnflo tones lire niwnys kind. And loiifr n niiso the cloud Unit easts A shadow on his mind. Yet never fenr, Hint thrmish It rll, Tliv prc-iencp is. not tile't i For like the sunshine, throuch th storm, It brings sweet thoughts of rest, And many times, when labor tossed, Thy gentle tones hnvo come. And nvido plwl music in his heart. 'ThatiUs bo Tor thee and home." Be sure, althonph he peals it not, Thou art the star, whose ray Mahes lisht. nnd love, and glidelb all In life's dark rttjrged way. And so be ever pontic?, Kind words and deeds f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 March 1856

4 A v . i -i NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 52. SUNIJURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1S5G. OLD SERIES, VOL- 16. NO 26 1 I' t The Sunfcuiy American; reai.imKD ifii! iiTUBOAt BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunlury, Pinna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO KOLI.AR9 per annum tob r"iJ half yearly lu tdraiiaa. No paper diaoontiraed until all arrearage! art aid. All eommuniciitione or letter! on bualnet relating l ia Aoe. to inaura attention, mint b POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three topiea M on adi'rau, J9 Beta 1 Tie P. I teen T)r Fir d.dlare in advanca will pay for lata year' aub- eriution to the American. Poetmattera will pirate act ai oar Amenta, and frank altera containing aubterlelinn "'""'T- "l rv lad to do this under Ilia Port Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oaa Snunie of It Unci, fl timea, ioo 3 V.verv aubaeqnent interliou, Una Squrtie, 3 month., Jn month., Una year, Bunlneie Cnrdt or Five llnea, per annanj, Mcrhvnta and otlien. nnvfiruemc by tha tear, with lha privileue of tii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 March 1856

y California RMVALOF NORTHERN LIGHT. be slentner Northern Light arrived at York on Thursday night. ,he brings California advices lo the 20th February, and Inter now from Jupan, ntral America and Oregon and Washing i Territories. ..,. TT l'bo steamboat Polio, Captain Cha-Ies II. jueton, left this city at 7 o'clock tin's mom t for lted Blufl's. At " o'clock, when op. ite tho Unssian Ford, 11 miles above ,wn tlio boiler burst, and iustnntiincciitly the rcn'm was strewed with mangled bodies and agmentf or the wreck. From the Alta California, Feb. 15.1 Tub Earthquake. Tho residents of this it wire aroused this morning, at 5 23o'clock, )V a most violent shock of an earthquake, which was felt in every portion of the town. The vibratiou nppenrod from N. H. to S. W., and as far as we could lenrn not a single huilding escaped the terriblo shock. The first nioveineut of the earth was very Hidden, and the buildings swayed to and fro heavily afterward, and filially the vibrations were short and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 March 1856

RESOLVTIOK ADUPIEO BY Till! LATE DKMOI RATIC STATE COM VENTIOM. Hon. John L. Dawson, from the commit, ttio, reported the following admirable series of resolutions ; which were road and Unani mously adopted : Resolved, That in the present distracted condition of parties, in which sectional end partial issues have been allowed to attain a dangerous supremacy, we recognise in the policy of tho Democratic party, that whittli rests upon the Constitution as its basis ; and that it is tho party which above all others has, in the lungiingo ol the illustrious Madison ever continued "to hold the union of the states ns tho basis of their peace and happi ness ; to support the Constitution, which is the cement of tho Union, as well in its limi tations as its authorities; to respect tho riirhts and authorities reserved to tlie States imd to the people, as equally incorporated with and cssentinl to the success of the gen Mai system ; and to ovoid tho slightest in terference with the rights of cons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 March 1856

t 9 Great Arrival of Fall and Winter Goods ! IRA T. CLEMENT INFORMS hi friend and enrtomere that he jtwt received an elegant assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS I ! At hi Store in Mrset 8treeL Sunbury, Which h otter to the public at the lowest prices. Hi atock consist of a general asaortment l)ry Goods, vi2 : Clothi, Cassimers, Casmnets, Jeans, Drillings, Muslins, Ltnnu, Calicoti, Alvslin dl Laini, Laxrn's, Ginghams, Berates. Alio a large anortment of CLOTHING. A targ assortment of Boot and Shoes, fur Men, Women and Children. Silk Hats. Parana, Palm leaf and oilier Summer Hat. Plaster. GROCERIES of every variety. Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Mulatto, Cheese, Spl, Fieri, Hell, Ac. HARDWARE, VU Iron and Steel, Nail, File. Saw, 4c QUEENS WARE, Tea Setts, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, tee V Country produce of all kind taken in ex change at the highest market price. Oct. SO, 1855 GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING! MERCHANT TAILOR, BTJNBTJHTT, PA. Respeclfelly inform the citizen of 8unbuy and the public gener...

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