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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 March 1856

( C5 NEW SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 1. SUNBU11Y, NORTIIUMBEKLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1350. OLD SERIES, VOL- Hi. NO 27 (Lot -aas r The Sunbury American, rrnt.iKUEi) kvkut satckuat BY II. B. HASSER, Marktt Square, Sunbury, Penna. THUMB OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per annum, tube paid half yearly in Jr i tat. Nil paper iliscoutii'Hetl until all arrearugcs are sunt. All e'iiinunirations itr tetters on business relating to ae K.rice, to (inure r! trillion, must b POST PAID. TO CLUBS. rhr" copies t'i nne address, tSlfl Si.vaa D Do !" K ii ire, i to l)n SOW Five it illara in ailvncce will pay fur three year'e tub iript i'n t) ihe American. P'. musters will plcnsr act ns our Agents, anil frnnk eitius e.inOiimnir suliscriirtinn money. Tliey ara permit ted la U.i lliis under tlie Post Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTIIIINO. On S.vjnie of It lines, 3 times, Vtvery suliHe-iiint iniicrliun, i'ie fVii:uo, : inc-utiis, 4ix uviiiihs, ;(.'!. c yner, f J u -: . enr Cants of Vive lines, per annum, 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. — 29 March 1856

Lurm ritOM TKIjis. The Galveston News, of the 13th, pnb lisbes the following communication from Mr. T. A. Pwyer. of Corpus Christ!, by which it appears the Mexican citizens of Laredo have taken measures to avenge the Indian depre dations near that place, and along tho Kio Ornnde : The Lipan Indians have been continuing their incursions from tho Mexican side of tho Kio Grande, until the excitement and spirit of revenge amongst our citizens, who hove thoir farms and settlements along the river, can be no longer restrained. Almost every other day men are killed or wouuded near Laredo by the I.ipans, who cross over to commit those atrocities, and return to their encampments on the Mexican sido of tho frontier. Nor have their out rages been eon fined to this side of the river alone. They havp, while professedly at peace with Mexico, nod under Mexican proteetion, stolen a grent number of hordes from their so-called friends living in New Laredo, on tho west bank of the Kio Urnnde j and, mo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 March 1856

FORGEIIY ON HE tAITOO iuftlt. Homo two weeks ago a utrangor called on Mr. John Howell, of Allen township, in this county, informiiifr him of tils desire to purchase a fnrm in tint neighborhood, and wished Mr. It. to give him information as to location, Ac, to which Mr. II., in this affable manner, complied, inviting him to dinner, and finally conveying him somo distance to the cars. The Rtranger, not to be outdono in politeness, thanked Mr. II. kindlv and asked him to give him his address for future reCor- onee, and then denarted. Arriving fit Kns ton, with whip in hand, a few minutes after tmnu Hours, ho tapped at the window of the hank, entered, and presented a letter and draft with Mr. Howell's Bitrnattire affixed, desiring a dralt on Philadelphia for three Hundred ana eighty-lour dollars lie, as won ns the contents of the letter, alleging he had Bold .Mr. II. three mules. He stated that ho was in a great hurry, intending to take the train of cars which were ubout leaving. The of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 March 1856

Grcnt Arrival of Fall and Winter Goods ! IRA T. CLEMENT ENF011MS hit friend and customer! that he just received an elegant asaortmrnt of FALL AND "WINTER GOODS ! I At hie Slote in Marxet Street, 8nnbury, which ha oiTera to the public at the lowest prie'et. Hit atock consist of a general assortment Dry Goods, viz: Cioffct, Cnssimers, Casstntfs, Jeans, Drillings, Muslins, Linms, Calicoes, Muslin dt ' Lains, Lawns, Ginghams, Brrag.es, Also a largo assortment of CLOTH INO. A large assortment of IS opt and Shoes, for Man, Women ana (. liildren. Silk Hats. Panama, Palm leaf and other Summer Hata. IMasler. GROCERIES of every variety. Sugar, Tea, Coffee. Molasaca, Cheese, Spice. Fish. Halt, Ac. HARDWARE, TU) Iron and Steel, Nails. Fi'e. Saws, eke. QUEENS WARE, Tta Setts, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, Ire Ce Country produce of all kinda taken In ex change at the highest market prices. Oct. SO, 1R89 GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING t MERCHANT TAILOR, efjNs-anv, pa. Bcspectfelly informs the citizen of Su...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 April 1856

V (LO EW SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 2. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1S56. OLD SEMES, VOL- 16. NO 23 ie Suntmry American,! rc iii.mnsii vvbut ti'mii BY II. B. MAESER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna, TKUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O U'M.LAltS pur annum toba paid half yeorly in :n. No oanor ttiiuoutir.iuil until ALLam-amgei arc v.inTrmiiic'itiimi or lottra on business retsfing to eie, to insure attention, must bs TOST rAlA. To CLLLiS. i;oniA o one ud,.i... P po 10(10 ,i l-o tin SiiW i dollars in wlrnnce will V foT lhr" year's ,ub' ion to tlic Aiuciicun. miilrra u-ill nli-nun net as our Ants, anil frmiK c iiit iiiiing mitiMTlnliiin inancy. They are j-cruiit' do this uiuler Hie Post Office Law. TKBMSOF AUVERTISiriO. le.iir or 14 linen, 3 tiissa, r,.iMen,ooit iiipeuiuu, l.on.i, a mnnllis, aiths, yir, a Cards nf Fivs line". p annum, its and others, mh-Mtiliins by ths , with 1 1ts privilrte of inserting -t .i,.attiftmrniH weekly. ion an" 10U 1004 i.si jir Advertisements. ns per Rj...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 April 1856

foreign $tos. ARRIVAL OF THK STEAMSHIP Ft'LTO.I Tbs U. S. Mail steamship Fulton. Copt. Wotton, arrived at New York, on Saturday morning, bringing dates from Havre and Southampton to the 12th inst. All hopes for the misting mail steamship Pacific have subsided in England, it being believed that the unfortunate Tenet has been crushed in the ice. Letters from Norway announce that the Russians have made good use of the winter in adding to the defences of the White i'ea. The bar to the entrance of Archangel has been rendered Impracticable for vessels of large size, and boots cf a small draught or water would be exposed to a cross-fire from batteries on both shores. The Journal de St. Petersburgh, of the 2d Instant, recording the agreement or the plen ipotentiaries at Paris to tho signature or an armistice, states that, while the latter will not afreet the blockades or the Rutsian coasts, the commanders or tho naval forces or Kng land and France were to receive orders Tor bidding tbcra 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. — 5 April 1856

California fufos. LATKIt FROM CALIPOR NI4 The U. 8. Mail Steamship Illinois, from AspiuWall, with California dales to the 6th lost., arrived at New York on the 2tn. The Illinois brinrs S1.2GO.000 la treasure. On tho 6th inst.. Int. S3 6. loo;. 74, Ibo Illinois full in with the schr. Elizabeth Ann, from Jacksonville for Boston, with lumber, In a sinking condition, 'and took off all hands and brought them to mis fori. The llrst section or 97 miles of the Sacra, toento Valley Railroad hod been completed. The California Legislature had passed reso lotions deprecating the election of Mr. Banks to the Speakership. 1 . Eleven buildings had been destroyed by fire at Sonora. Loss 33.01)0. i A bill had been introduced into the Legis lature, erecting three new states out of Cali fornia. ... . . c The steamer Columbia was to leave ban Trancisco in a few days, with Gen. Wool and a body or troops, for the Rogue river. The Democratic State Convention to elect dch-gutes to Cincinnati, was to meet 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. — 5 April 1856

t Great Arrlrnl of Frill and Winter Goods ! IRA T. CLEMENT rjNFOHMS hi friend end rnainmer thit Le JI Jurt received an elefant orlmcnt of FALL AND WIVIER GOODS 1 1 At Id Ptore In Mattel Street, Hunbury, which ti offer to the public at the lowest price. Kit ftock coiiti! of a general Mortmil Dry Goods, viz : Clotht, Cassimin, Casvnrts, Jean. Drilling, Muslim, Linens, Cahcor, Muslin tit Laint, Lawns, Ginfhnm. Btrani. Also t large assortment of CLOTH ING. A Urge assortment of Boot and Hheee, for Men, Women ami Children. Silk Hat. Panama, rutin leaf nj oilier Summer Hate. iMiwicr. GROCERIES of every variety. .Sugar, Tea, Collie, Molasses, Clitew, Spices, Fish, Salt, Ac. HARDWARE, Vlit Iron and fieri, Nails, Kiln. Raw, Ac. QUEENS WARE, Tea Setti, 1'latct, Dishes, Cupt, Savctrt, frc E7 Country produce of all kind taken in ! change at the highest market price. Oct. SO, 1855 GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING I JOHN "V. JVCLITIXr MERCHANT TAILOR, 6UWEUIIV, PA. Reepectfelly informs tho citirene of Sunbjry...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 April 1856

I I troati mW, VOL. 9, NO. 3. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, ArRIL 12, 1850. OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. NO 29 .1 ULyie EWiiif ; - -n, J - . (. t ft, per nnntt f. rti.ln l.y tj.a i -of iiiserltnf '' Vverttfw.- " ' ii'lLi' Assortment ....... TT-tTTY 'IMIE pflbseriher tnket pleasure in wrormm. A Inn customer nnd the Iiubltc Generally that be is now in receipt of nil unusually Urge and lilts lliis"MeUio'il"bt prviictiliujl to tbe imMic his tliankfir the liberal patronage exten ded to him, and by atiiet attentiun to husii.c, b respectfully olicitsconlinuinrf rz.z. Zi triii he aU'tsable lor purriiasrr to full end tamine bis .ortrnent lefor peicbiiit ! vrUi.i. Al! Bind of produce tulsen ti eirhange. EDWARD V. BRIGHT. Sunhury, Pecember I, I8ft5. XJ. S. OiP "God anil our Native Land." SUSQUEHANNA CAMP. No. . of t'je O. oftlie t. 8. A. hold Hi taed sessions eT MoT vuing in thri; Nw iUll. opptwiw E. Y. lliighu atore, Sutibury, IniUtatioii and hresaiia, !,00. . r. . ' . S'or- ! P LI .....

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 April 1856

Cmtgrcssional (ftos. TIUaTV-FOfRTH COMWBESB. ririt Srlon. AVasiiinstos, April 7. Sehate. Mr. Mason, from the Commit leo on Foreign Relations, reported n resnlu. tion to tho effect that no further legislation is neccssarv in order to put nn end to the trea ty with Denmark, regulating the payment of bound Duet. The subject was, on motion, mado the Rpecial order for M onday next. Mr. Cnss I desire, te present n memorial from porson. composing the self-styled Leg islature of Kansas, and move its reference to the Committee on Territories. Mr. Seward Which of them t Mr.Cusa Tbo Honorablo Senator under stands that iust as well as if I told him. Mr. Si ward -1 dejire to know of my hon orable frieud from Michigan, whether the me iiicli lo presents U a memorial which Inlure ol ivatisu.;, oignnizeu unoer mo Tel ol Congress, as 1 nm led to iuTer from the man ner iu which he describes, or whether it is n memorial from lliu Provincial Legislature of the new State. Mr. Cass 1 will answer the Por.M...

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 April 1856

tRITtD STATE TATtNTft FOR 1S5J. Vi learn from the Arnnnl Report of. lho Commissioner of rtent for the yedr 1855, that tlio total number of Application during the year, was 4435, find tho entire number of patents issued, was 2024. In 1841, tba total applications filed Amounted to 847. The cash received tliat year, amounted to $40, 412. In 1835, the cash received amounted to 8G,380. Mr. Mason avs that "the augmentation in the number of applications lias been greater duritijr tho pnst year, than at any previous period ; and that the in creaso in Ihu number of patents is not pro portionalily frront is One to the fact that at the commencement of tlm year 1854 there were 823 cases ntidispospil of in the office, to that tho wliiilo number of cases acted nporj during that year exceeded four thou annd. At the briiming of tho year 1855 there were but 8!) cases on baud, and on the first day of the present year only CG. There are papers on filo which show that less thiiii fifty years since tlio...

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 April 1856

our cniLDnooD. BT O. t. TRKNTICIt. Ti mJ j-pt sweet 1o listen. To the noft wind's Rontle swell, And think we bear the music Our children knew so well; To gaze out on t lie even. And tho bonndless fit-Ids ofnlr, And feel afrnin our boyhood wish To roam tike angel's there 1 Thpre are many dreams of plnJneel That elinjj around I ho past And from the tomb of feeling Old thought come thronging fast The forma wo loved so dearly. In the happy days now gone. The beautiful and lovely, Ho fur to look upon. Those bright and lovch maidens Whf spomnil c fnrmnrl fnr bllse. Too glorious and too heavenly For such a wold as this t Whoso soft dark eves seemed swimming Inn sea of liquid liplit, And whose locks of gold were streaming 0cr brows so sunny bright. Whoso smiles wero liko the sunshine In the sprinfr-time of the year Like the changeful gleams of April They followed every tear 1 They have passed like hope away All their loveliness bus fled Oh 1 many a heart is mourning That they ore with the d...

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 April 1856

LIUJLMWtmiWUUIll I nwva SUNUURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, TA -SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1856. OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. NO 3 NEW SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 4. The Sunbury American, rcRMBniD Kvtnr satchiiat BY II. B. MASSEB, Utarkct Square, Sunlury, Penna. T K RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. fV( DOLLARS personam to lie pnid half yenrly In til vii nee. No pnper ducontii'ucd until all arrearage! aro Paul. All eommuuicoliniu or letter! on lniliie relating to the office, to innire attention, mutl lie TOST PAID. TO CLUIJU. Three coniei to one addfeM, W n" rven no liMm Fifteen P" ' Five d illnra in mlvance will pay fur three year' iuli fleriptinn to the American. Pontimntera will please act as onr Areola, anil frnnlc eitcrs coirtniiihur anlwcription money. They are permit ted to dn thia under Hie Post Office I.BW. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Sniuitc of It linen, 3 times, Every suliacrmcnl inncrtitin, One Pqnnie, 3 month!, fix months, Duo yenr, HanineM Cnrds of Five lines, per annum, MiThmts nml others, advertising ly the ...

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 April 1856

foreign fctos. AS RIVAL OF THE WASHINGTON. LATER FROM CtROPK. THE PEACE CONGRESS. Jsw Yoni, April 13. The steamer Wash, ifgton, from Bremen and Southampton, 'arrived at 7 o'clock this morning, with Lot), don dates to tht morning of the 25th tit., and Liverpool to the 21st. The steamer America had not arrived oot when the Weshington sailed. The protocol of peace had not been s.gnoa ot the latest dates, and the Conference was less harmonious, owing to difficulties raised by Prussia. Peace was, however, substan tially certain. The British Government Lai despatched two steam frigate in aenrch of tbo Pacific, of which no tidings bad reached England. The Copenhagen correspondent of the London Times states that the Janish Com missary bad snbmitted to the Copenhagen Conference the proposal for the capitalisation of the Sound Dues, fixing the sum of 35, 000,000 ris dollars ns the ininumnm of tho indemnity which Denmark claimed. The writer states further, that tbo United Status haviug decline...

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 April 1856

fllJlll, IMAftbT, S0 tlOAftfJ. 1 To tltoM who tat not cXtttnliih! the irta tNtlcal rotorna poMiSuod annually hj the OoTernmMit the amount pnld prery yenr for luxuries Kill appear fabnioni bnt th figure do not lie, no mutter who mny doubt. We boast of our ability to feed the world, and of the business we aro doing in that way noWf but we suppose that tho silks piece goods including ribands, bnt not buttons and nrnamnnts chioflv manufactmed of silks brought here for the adornment of Ropubli cans and their wires and dnnfrhtors exceed in talne, by eieht million of dollars, all the flnur that we send abroad. Yet snce is tho fac t. In the year endintr Jam 30th, 1855, w ex ported $14,783,394 iu flour, and imported 2'2.4"0.Jll in silks, leaving the b&lnnee we hae above stated to bo ennrped to the dif ference betwerri the pride of A mi'ricons and the appetite of all the world besides. Onr cornfields, particularly in the West, aro the occasion of much national boastinjr. We measure them s...

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 April 1856

Select $)0clrjr. LEARMOTHER WAS IT RIGHi r BY Al.rilFn Bl'ItNETT. In the grove beyond tlio mondow ' Whore tlio stream goes rippling ry( III the twilight yeslcr-even, Wandered young glenhold ami I j . And when the twilight deepened Into tho shades of night, Still iu the grove we lingered Denr mother was we right T Was it right, mj dearest mother, As we wandered calm nnd still, For his arm to be around me t (I'm sure h meant no ill.) And whilo n flitting cloud mother, Had hid the moon's pnle light, His lips ho pressed to mine, mother Oh, tell mo, was it right? Should I have then repulsed him, WIf n he promised to be true f In such an hour, denr mother, What should n niuideu do ? My heart was wildly beating As if with sore affright, Yet I felt more joy than sadness Dear mother was it right? Was it right that I should tell him 1 would lovo him nil my life, And both in joy and sorrow Trove a kind and lovinir wife ? And now dear mother, tell me, And make me happy quite, If I diil not yest...

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 April 1856

irttra & y -ay. NEW SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 5. SUNHU11Y, NOIlTIIUMBEItLAND COUNTY, lV.-SATUItDAY. APRIL 26, 185G. OLD SERIES, VOL- 16. NO 31 II att The Sunbury American, rvHtiaiiKD sviar Saturday BY H. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbury, Ptnna. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per annum to In paid half yearly In slra.ic. .No pnpet diaeuiitirued until all urreurngessre mil . All emnmiiuications or letters on bualneM relating to the office, to meure attention, mini i rusr fAIU. TO CLUUS. Three onpiee to one ad.'teee, 50 .veil D !) HMHI fifteen o P' W Five d dlare in advance will pay for three yeaf'a eub yripti"'! to the American. !. ntvr will pirate act aa our Agente, and frank ettera cdiitninine eulwriptiim money. Ttaey ar permit- led to do line under the Wat u.nce Lw. TERMS OF ADVERTISING-. O-io Siiilnio of 14 linea, 3 timea, Kverv aultaenuent iiiecrliun, i) .a S.iicne, 3 montlia, Si montha, one ve-ir. 1 nine ('ante of Five linea. per annum, M.-rlimOe ami o'tier.. ndvertiain? l,y f...

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 April 1856

Jforrip ftetos. A11BIVAL OF THE AFEICA. later rnoi EUROPE The Africa arrived at New Yotk on Sat tirdny evening, vith Liverpool oew to April 5th. The ship Skiproipe, Ryon, from St. John, Newfoundland. February 13th. arrived nt Fijruiera, reports eeinaT fields of ico about 200 miles from the coast of Newfoundland. She also report! having, seen a steamer' Irphts in the Ice ! These lights are supposed to have been those of the long lost Pacific. Tho Skiproips could not pet near enough to ascertain whether it was the PaciDc or not. The Tacific left Liverpool on Junnnry 23d, and if she entered the ice on the 10th day ont, the 2d of February, she would have been about two weeks in the ice when the Bkiproips Sow the steamer's lights. The Peace Conference continued its sit ting at Paris, considering the minor details. Peace had been proclnimed at St. Peters burg, and was favorably received. The Con ference was not expected to get through with its labors for a month or more. The U. S. Mediter...

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 April 1856

Mi,! ',n!MiiijwiiiifwiiajjiWMtity imronTAittrnqmrrDoaimoo. - A. nTrot"1etit p' t1? cw Tribrw rrtting from St. DowltipOi ttudt elate of fcUrch 14th, tuled tht the famous treaty that was mads orlffin illy by Mr. nd. Mr. Uuo noau with the Piiniioicn Republic now Completed liy Mr. Klliott, taw tjttitfiftteljr been approved or by 8Bntnn t tut it Iib been shorn nf nil its most important flanfe," nnd lias dwindled into a very limpltt And hnrnilan document indeed. In its now forrn the Urit ixh Consul, who hod Wn the strongest tip ponent of tho treaty in its former shapa, bat censed to oppose it but I am sorry to any that the French and Spanish Consuls have "not ohown (he same equanimity ) thny nre fu rious that President Santnua should enter in to a treaty (even a commercial one, for this cne is no "better) with the Yankees. I do not doubt that ere long this treaty will have buconfe the law of this land, for it has been presented to the Senate : and this shadow til popular representation in...

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 April 1856

Groat Arrival of Fall and Winter Goods ! 1KA T. CLEMENT fNFORMS bit friend and customer hol he jut received in elegant aeaortment of FAIL AND WIMTER GOODS I ! At hi Stor In Marset Street, Sunbury, which tit offer to the public at the lowest price. Hi dock consist of general assortment Dry Goods, viz : tlofkr, Castimeri, Casstnets, Jeans, Drilling, Muslins, Linens, Calicoes, iluslin dt Lain; Lawns, Ginghams, Biraees. Also Urge assortment of CLOTHING. A large assortment of Doote and Shoe, fur Men, Women and Children. Silk Hats. Faaana, Palra leaf and other Summer Hat. Plaster. GROCERIES of every variety, 'agar, Tea, Collce, Molawti, Cheese, Spices, Fish, Salt, Ae. HARDWARE, Vo: Iron and Steel. Nail. Filet, Saw, Ac QUEENS WARE, Tea Setts, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, Ift 13" Country produce of all kind taken in ex tbange at the highest market price. Oct. 20, 1S55 GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING ! JOHN "V. FLTIISr MERCHANT TAILOR, ET7N3TJB.Y, FA. Rcepcctfelly inform the citizen of Sunbury and th...

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