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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 June 1856

S3i .r-T-.rt... ... Hill NEW SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 11. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1856. OLD SERIES, VOL- 16. NO 37 U 1 II II II IIV The Sunbury American, rDDLIintD tviar llTDIMf BY H. B. MASSEK, , Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per annum tot paid half yearly in aaVanee. No papet diaouutirncd until all arrearage, art Aii eommaniealioni or leltara on hn.lne.i relating to Ike oet, to uieur. attention, mn.t be POST PAID. TO CLl'BS. Yhree capita W addleaa, S)0 Beven Do Do tone fifteen Do Do SOW Fla dollar, in ailvanea will pay for thra ytar'a tub .erintimi tu the American. Po.tma.tere will plffiae act e oar Agent., and frank alter, containing auliKripiinn money. They are permit ted to do thia nuder the Poet Office Law. TERMS OP ADVERTISING. fae SiiiMit of 14 linea, 9 tlinee, Keery euUeequeitt ina.rtioni One Equate, 3 muutha, ii month., One year, limine.. Card, of Fir. line., per annum, Mcihant. and other., adverti.in by the yeir...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 June 1856

Taf tonal (oubcu!ioiu Proceeding! of the Democratic National Convention. Clsct!!AT! .Tune 3 Thi boat from 1bt Kentucky mid Oi'in town "re arr T n 1h' morning tl rontrivi with pwneer. It is anpposed that tli-! ere- twenty thousand strMtiifcr in theei'v. iumI thecal nr mnmen tnrily nrrivinjr with rrrli additions to tli thron?. The Burnet Il .mw bn a supply if iplOO cot in en adjoining wanhnnsp. AH the hotel are ovei flowing and many delegate are quartered in privnte houses. The Tres it Inrjoly represented, and 100 aprdicstinn have been made for reporters' desk oil ! platform. Th Convention assembles ntl2 o'clock. Tho Buchanan men arc very ronP. lent, thi mnrnihff. Tlio Now Y'.'.'k llnrd and tfoft have each pamj-h'icta in circulation tirgini? thrsir respeetive. olnlm. At a quarter before 12 o'clock, the ienal fin announced that thi Convention hiid com. menoed to assemble in the, Inree buildinfr known ax Smiili A Nixon'a Hull. It wm celled to order at 12 o'clock, by II. McLnno. f Maryla...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 June 1856

s. TlllnTV.FOVRtlt COKOKEBS. First Session). WAstiiSditiK, Juno 2. SENATE. . Mr. Brislit bpintf ubsrnt, Mr. Stnort took tWInir. im1 laid before the Senate a lues from the Prosidrnt iu ndutinn to the tilf-urs nfCt'itral America, wliic bus nl v. avly born Jmlilislird. A revolution was oflored that when .the 8flnt niljntirtis on Thursday next, it adjourn to meet on MnnlnT. Tho.jires'Wiiiir oflierr laiil beforo the Somite atolrrr from Hon. Trenton S. Hrooks, ml dr'usn'd to Mr. Hrigbr. in which he disclaim ed in Intention of flpndinf? nnjr of the privi)upe of the Sennte by bis nssanlt upon Jv. Sumner, but snys he felt bonnd to elms tie him for insults to his Stato find to his relative, and having sought him in vain etsi. wlinrc. (twined it proper to inflict the punish ment hrt). The Senate not being in session, lie did not lliink he was committing any branch of pi'v lege. The letter was read, laid oil the table, nnd nrdercd to be printed. The Senate then adjourned until Thursday, liOt'PK...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 June 1856

t lBSi Special Exprefla Notioe. I860 HOWARD Sb GO'S EXPRESS. HAVING obtaii e.i full express privilege! over the CATAWM8A. SUN BUB Y AND ERIE and WILLtAMSPORT & ELMIRA RAILROADS, we "re now prepared to forward all descriptions of Express Good by Passenger Trains, daily, between Philadelphia end Elmira, connecting at Elmira wiih all the Wei-teru Ex press Companies. All goods for Tamaqna, 8ummit, Cattawiim, Danville, Milton, Willioin.port, Klmira.and also to Northumberland arid Sunbury and all Inter mediate placet, delivered the ame da;. Each train in charge of our own Special Messenger. Philadelphia Office, 02 Chesnut Street. OfDre Elmira at United States Express Office. April 13, 1836 ly WHITE HORSE HOTEL. POTTSVILLE, PA. THE subscriber respectfully announces to hie old friend and the public, that he haa taken that old and well known establishment, the Wliite Horse Hotel. At lbs corner of Centre and Mahantogo sts., In the Borough of Pottsville. The house has re cently been very m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 June 1856

- ( f -Hi. a- -, . .V4.4 ,T k, mitt 4- (LIT I - l ,1, ... ...... - ... - - - . f f . - l.ii I 1 i.i 1 , ., ... 1 . ' ' ' f . , umr ct?ptt7C vnt o xta 10 errvmrm v ivrn-n TrTTAtTiTT a -vtt nrvTTxrmtf -ri . . . : : ' "' " " - J kjji-ixfcAj-itj . t wx.. nvi , (j u 11 u u x , 1 jiv 1 11 u iUi)iiH,ij;ii) li VyUUlYl I X JY oAlUJXJJAY, JUNE 14, 1856 The Sunbury ' American reaiisme ivaat satchdat BY II. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS ner annum lobe paid half yearly In dvnc. No paper Uiacoutii'ued until all arrearages are PAli communications or lettera on bueineas relating In the office, to iniure attention, muat be FUSI fAIU. TO CI.bBi. Three eonlea l one address. tStfl a..... Bj So -10 lr.-,.on Do I) tOOCI Five dollars in advance will pay for three year's sub- teriotinn to the American. Pott masters will plena act aa our A rente, and frank ettere containing enlineriplion money, i nnjr are p., tea to do thie under the Poet Office Law. TERMS OF A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 June 1856

Cflttgrcssional IJffos. Tinnrv-rotRTii a-oisoncM. First .Ian. Waiiixsotox, June SIS IT ft. Mr. Dright beinij abnnt. Mr. Stuart was elected Vresident pro te m. Ou motion of Mr. Adam, the bill 'o omel d the naturalization laws was mndti tbe specul order ortlio dnv for Setnrdoy next. Mr. Trumbull Introduced his bill to restore order and pence to Kuna, hy propofinir to hrinjr it under t'u territorial government or Nebraska. Mr. Trnmbnlt stated tho obiact of tlie bill t J be to abrogate the laws of Kansaa. and ex tend over that territory tlie government of NehrnsUn. After Home debate between Messrs.. Don- pin nnd Triiinlinll on the Kuusiis question the bill was referred to tho Committee on Territories, Mr. Foot nddre9ed tbe Sonata at length condemnatory of tbe action or Ihu 2avul Hoard. Adjourned. Jlo'i.fK My the rending of the jonrne.1 of ill inlay, it appeared that Mr. Ktl wards had jjiven notice of an intention to introduce a VI! for tliu removal of the fat of government from Wiishini...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 June 1856

MITTTSTHWWfmrTWK -nww.wr r wwTn!i'Trr.i?w i.t. ..u ftui'.r TVr 11 rr.-m-jt-nrTrgmi fibw AdTCrtlsenienU. latch. rnoM kan,vs-f nniER oUTrtAat RrroriTto Et. Locis, Juno P.-Anestftl of the West port Times Onted the 6th ut., stole Hint jelialdo nesrl lias been rectitnd of the liiirn loir of the town of llornuns. Knnsns, by tin? Free Hlate wen, on the tiijiht of tho 3d Inst. From 812.000 to $13,000 worth of property wns destroyed. It olo says tli.it a compRtiy of 300 Abolitionist bad ctiptnroi) the town tf Franklin, being opposed by only fil'tppn fi pli till ff pro-s1ntpry mm. Mr. lislimton und two others nre roportpil killed. It is re ported Hint the fitrht lesti'd nn hour. The "invntti;i;ilint Committee nre still here. Tlie JniJi'pendKnrp cotrosptindi'tit of tin TteptiWicnn. under date of the filh, snystlnt AI archill Pnualilsnn ond fniir of his men, svhilo in tliu dischsiiyo of ttii'ir ofllciul duty, were killed tier lliokory Point on tho M Inst. Tho Marshal whs in thp net of arrest in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 June 1856

.A-GUSTErW cScCO. Ai. 19C Chestnut Street, rnn.ADEi.rniA. RESPECTFULLY informs the rltlxeris of Suiibury and tin vicinity thst they have in lore full assortment of choice and seasonable pood which Ihcy are clewing out at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, principally from Hie Great Auction Salca in XS'ew Volt, and railly of our own importation. BILK & SHAWL DEPARTMENT. 1000 Stella Shawl', 00 Ulk. Silk Montillas. SCO Chantilly A Frciiik Lace, do., Beroge Shawls & Scarfs. 30,000 yardi Dress Silks, telling ' e3 78 86 and $1 00 per J aid. 600 Magnificent Pi!k Rotes, Hack GioDe Ryens. 450 Flounced Barege Presses. Grenadines, Chall'y Orgsndies, Lawns, French & English Chintz's. French worlied Setts, Collars and Sleeves, Camhric Hdkfs, Ruffling, Ladica & Genii Kid Glovea, Lace Mt'e. HOl'RMNO GOODS, Black Bombazine's, Grenadines, Bernges, Crape De Espang, Lupines C-4, Mousclincs, Ramese Cloth, llrazcllincs black and Purple Flounced Robes. Country Merchants and vinltoTS to Fhiladel phin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 July 1856

gggwgyauatitiui . ...riy .-1 r, ! !i t.'t . : i t'l ;!. !. a i hii.) 1. .'l:il7 jj.'.l.-ll' (l j V 1 il -r-!'-!.! . , ': ' V. "J 't ? ! : : .-a ' ; ". -- , 1 -'i i . NEW, SKRIJvS, TOL. 9 NO. 15, SUNlJURYy NO RTII UM BKUIi AND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 5. 13)3. OID SKRII-P, VOL NO 41 1 I - I 7 k m av l it -W A A aft M rtlllll'l) ' SAtCBIIAT. ' . " . BT Ut B. MAS&EB, . . . Market Square, Sunburg, Pmna.. - TWO) UOLUW19 pet aaaam to be pal' hufT rr'v in Avinqe. No ptfM aisrnnlii"iea soiil "rreiirsse are ' All Vommmiitlrm tie letter, on tniel ak. o.Bce. to mn eitwttl.m, mini b POBT rAID.- .van i ' D P" i " .MlS'i tii " ! wilt (T foe-three I" , jertOllolltoHhtjAHiHirlBui.1 J it i J n u.in uni .rt an our. Amilt, hmI frank ,n.rpr.iitmiin.ilTii'ti"n n fter ' Tney f irmii ltd to du thii oil thr Vi ( I JW' TF. RMS. ,, ' AD VERT ' ' ft"" f llli,3 time, ; fins One '.vmte, 3 mninln, ' v Mt, . . 3U MA ir, with th Bn"' T inxftiii ' iiifornl l"Tt.iemlit '"OO If l.ntgec AilrertiisinriiH.ri'(r""w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 July 1856

(oujrfsonal $fcto$. fHIHTY-FOt R1 II CONUHESa. First Imltn, WAsniKOTOK, Jant S8. . The Senate It not in tesaion to-dny. llorjsi. Messrs. Howard and Sherman, of the Kansas Investigating Committee, Imvo returned, and appeared in their scats. The House resumed the consideration of the bill for the admission or Ken", julo the rrafintarrsTa5r--.-- "--Tr.. .r -- Mr. Stephens, of Alabama. Laving the floor introduced hi design to offer a Substitute. Air. Campbell, of Ohio, asked him to ne - eept on aniendrrVtit thereto, in-eflect repeal . ing so "Web of the Nebrnskn-Kunsas act as declnros Void the MUsouri Couihromise. , Mr. Stephens. I do not accept it. . ' ; Mr. Campbell. 1 suppose not. Mr. Washburn, of Me., snid Mr. Stephens proposition was a side blow to kill the Ne braska bill. Mr. Stephens denied this, expressing a de sire that the latter should bo referred to the Committee of the Whole on the Statu of tho Union. lie vindicated the NcUruska-Kun-sas act, and condemned the movements of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 July 1856

' ARRIVAL OF THE ' ASIA. ' . LATER FKOM lillKOPB-' 1 The Excitement on Ajrmican Jffiiirs-Peac Address from Munehtrt' rypinton oj tne t I'rest on Mr. Crampton $ insnntsui. , . Tl ulefcnipr Asia arrived t New York yesterday from Liverpool, with dates to But nerlav. 1 ba 141b hint. Th steamer Fo.ltnB, with Mr. Crampton . onboard, amedet8pnthHiiiptn on the Mill, the dav the Ania sailed Ifr.tn i.iv. rponi. i - The' Fallon took out Mr. Cramptnii; Bad mUo the official not ire of hi dismissal. There is still mucbexctlemeiit with regard to American affairs. "' ' , The commercial n mannfiielnnnit classes re filled with anaiety at the terrmie rnnw quencHi of wuf with the United Stali-a. and are moving, actively to avert that calamity. . ... , The Cities of Liverpool and Mancmster issued peace addresses to the ritizwis & 'mertt-u, and the feulinjr of the people is active;,. fUV(,r 0f p,.nce. The Manchester address Tecived 8,000 signatures in few honrs. , . Lords l's?rton and Clarendon Mated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 July 1856

I t. r .. it r- i -,i - - ; HTtl.ADRLrHIA. ' "RESPECTFULLY inform thx" cliiim, nf r fSuotinrv ami llm !.! i.iv t'l It tW hivOiu ' atora full ortmnt of choice a rl ea.iiulile ' fooJ which tliov nrj clnii it it V GREATLY REDUCED TRICES, '. prinhHy from th Great Auction Sale in " New York, ami partly of our own importation. . k SILK SHAWL DEPARTMENT. ' ' ' lPOO Ctrll Shawl, fiOO Blk. Silk Mantilla. 150 Cliaiitiliy If Freurk Lace, do., Berag Shawl Petf. s. ... on nnn . 1 Tt .... c : n . .ti:. - ., ei t ft a aud $1 (Id per va d. , ' 60U MaKiiif.ri.l Pik lute. Mark CioDe Tijen. '' p 4S0 Flounced Barce T!ref. Grenadine. Chall'y Organdie. Law lit, French t Eii(li,!i Chintz'. French worked 'Sell. CnllRr tint Pleeve. Cambric Hdlfa. RLfl!iig. Iadie & Cent Ki.l Cloves. Lace Alt'. MOLRNINO GOODS, Black Ecndayinc". (.ratiadjnr, TVracra. 1 Crap IV l:o'o tie. Lupine C 4. Mnuselitic. - Rnmcae (.'l ull. Brn?elltnea Mack and Purple Flounced I5e.br a.. ' Country Merchant and visitor, to Pltilidel J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 July 1856

CL., NKAV SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 17. .SUNJJUItY, NOUTIIUM13KULAND COUNTY, FA -SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1856. OLD SEMES, VOL. 1(5. NO 43 The Sunbury American, rCBLISIIKO F.VBBT SATCntlAT BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Svnbury, Penna. THRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. . Tvf.l IVH.I.ARS par annum tube finid linlf ye arty in tdVias. No pnpet ilncmitiened until all arrearages are paid . All enmmanirali it letter! on tai.iiiesa relating to tti oilee, ta mmrt uttmifmi, nmt be POST PAID. TO Ct.UHS. Three eopie on aMf ess, MP Sova.i Da Do ! V.fiMii T D' iii Kiv l.illxm In nnvanea will pay fnt three year's un irriotioii to the American. p.mtmaster will plen act a onr Agent, and frank !U.t cntaittiiiK snhserintion money. They are permit (ml tu do thi wlr the liat Ofliee law. T&UM9 OP Al VERTI9IN0. Oar ""inaie f 14 Hue, 3 tlin.., Uvrrv subsequent insertion, Ono iqaiia, 3 moalll, In nvnitlia, OA year. Iluaineu eards r.f Five llnee, per annam, M.. ln.it iH other., advertising by the ear, with the privilege of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 July 1856

California Hctos. ARRIVAL OP THE DANIEL WEBSTER LA r Ell FROM CAMFORM.l. Proceedings of the Vigilance Commille in S Francisco Afocenient of the State Autho San of the State Authori- tin to restore Order Prnrptct of Ciril HVir The excitement in the Interior High lit Important from Aicaragnn Election of Walker to the Presidency and Herolt of liicus Capture of Leon by the Insurgent. New Orleans, July 12. Th steamship Daniel Webster arrived to. tiny, from Aspinwutl brings dates from San Francisco to the 20 tit of June. There bad been no decrease in tho excite ment in San Francisco. Very lew had responded to Gov. Johnson's proclamation of June 4th. The Committee had opened books, nnd Woro receiving recruits by thousands. Tho Vigilunco Committee hnvo now six thousand stand of nnns nnd thirty pieces of cannon. Tho force is divided into fix regi ments. Strong breastworks linve been constructed in front, of tho Committee's rooms, and 111; alarm bell erected upon the building, and several pie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 July 1856

laborers Wanted." - , NUMBER of food T.tborer re wanted on Section 42 of the Northern Central Kail Koad, bf lov Trevorton bridge. Oodd Wages paid and the but kind of accommodation given. . Ap- lily. to WiM. GAL'ULLK, on tlin work, or to 11 13. MASBKK. July , 18S6. Sunbury, P. To itlcrchanls and Oilier. f IHE euhocribcr intending to go West and JL into other buin.is would like to dispose of his atore fixtures such as Showcase, Stove, Ac, Ac, any all or none of the Stock as desired by the purchase. The location is one of the best in our vicinity to own, and tlio room Is commodious and pleasant. This a ft splendid chauce lor nnv one wishing to enter orcnijagain Ituainess; terms reasonable and Rent low. J'ossrssion ijivon within a month or immediate!; if desired. I'leuse addres3 in person or bv mail. ALUEIIT Et.SUEUG. July fi, 1850. Sunbury, Pa. NOTICE. NOTICE is ltpreby piven that I linve re ceiveil the l'ntnphlut Laws for 18")G, nnd that thuy urn ready for (liatribu'.ion to llioso leg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 July 1856

nnr 3STEW SiniNO AND SUMMER O00LS. JUST RECEIVED 1JY I. IV. TEtn &. Co., Stmbiiry, Pa.. YYr.K tR respectfully to announce to mir friends and the public I iat we are now re ceiving very lnrce and well wlrc'eJ etorA of goods suited to the season, which wo are deter mined. to sell cheap at heretofore, finding our old motto of "Small profit and quick Sales." to work well we ahnll continue to adhere to it, our etock constate partly of tha following vkt LADIES HOODS. Oroa T)e Tihine ami Summer Silks, Chilli, De bega, Harrfre. painted and plaid Lawns, Ginaham Lawns, liiheJ D'esses, Va lentin Skirts and Skirling, Grass, Crrd and Crinnlino skirle. Jaconet. Cambric, Srvisa and Barred mmHin, Bihops I.awnt Plaid. Dot- ted ami Figured FSwisa Muslin, t.li-.cn cambric handkerchiefs, Chcraisctts, Collars, Cuffs and Wiu1erleevea, printed cashmere, thibet and jolli.-r ahnwla, ginichsma and ralirnca in great teriety. Ready uiado tnantillaa, parasols, Kaus Jj c. CEXTI-E.MEXS GOODS. Cloths, cassitne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 August 1856

c. : aw: J. NEW SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 19. SUNI3U11Y, N011TIIUMBEULAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, AUGUST 1S56. OLD SERIES, VOL- 16. NO 45 A Mil m fiU'ID' j ii ii ii ii ii ii ii nil. ii ii i ' The Sunbury American, rOHMHIIKD KVtm SATUMIAt BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, l'enna. TKIIMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.' vfO D1M.L.ARS per annum to be paid half yearly in vlf.Kiiie. Nil paper aiseuntipied until au. arrearages are P,Aii e.mvnnnicatious or letters o h;bim relating to then lice, to ineurs attention, mint lie POS r YMO. TO CLUBS. , copies ln.,eddre.. ?.;fr;: i" S" , vv, .Minis in mil-mice will pay "r thte year's sub- n-ripti'ii to the American. Postmasters' will please net as our A""'. HericonUiiniiieimlifcTi)ti"ii money. I liey are pernm i ed to do tliis amler the Tort Olhcc Ijvw. TKIIMS OF AUVKRT18IN0. ie Snuntc of II lines, 9 times, '.very subsequent insertion, vine 'iu!iiet 3 months, til months. One year. ,isiuess fluids of Five liaes, per annum, . teiiunta mid other, ndVertiaimr by th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 August 1856

CM' TlllftTY-SOt H1H tO!G"2S Flint Slmaliill. Wasiiinotoh, July 28. Tho House went Into Committee on the Army Appropriation bill. Mr. Sherman offered an amendment pro viding that no VRri of l,,e niilitary force or the United State rIihII bo employed to aid in the enforcement of the alleged laws of tlie Legislative Assembly of Kansas, convened nt t!o Shawnee miasinn.-imlil Congress shall declare whether those luws were passed by a Legislature chosen in conformity with the organic law. and until Congress shull so decluro it shall bo tho duty of the President to tiso tho military force to preserve tho pence, snpprosa insurrection, repel invasion and protect the persons and property of the citizens of the Territory, and on the highways of Missouri and elsewhere against unlawful seizure and search, and that the President shall disarm the present inilitin, recall till the United States arms in their possession, nnd prevent armed men from going into the territory to disturb the pub ic peac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 August 1856

' J. WSICHSELAT3DI, OPTICIAN ASU OCCIOSTt FROM I E8PECTFULLY Informi the citixen of ft. Sunbury and vicinity. Ihil he has opened ROOM at tli L.A WUEiSCK HUU31S, wnere 'lie offer fr (ale f SPECTACLES 1 f errrv tarioty, aie, and qaality. A new In emion of Spectacle, for distant or done readine with gold, il. tc1, and tortoise shell framing and an and improved assortment of perifocal group.1 flint Glasac of hi own manufacture. He would particularly call tho attention of the public to lii Spectacle for near aighted peraona, and ' for peraona who have bean operated upon for the calarartof the eye, and to M new kind of glasaee and Conservcrs of the eight made of the flint and aiure Glasses, Good Glaeaes may be known bv their ehape, exact centre, aharp and highly polished autfoce. The qualilia are to be found in a high degree in hi glaaae. HIGHLY IMPORTANT : Thovcry best BrasilHan Pebbla t 80 UK.ereally proved to te far Superior to any other Glass. t ALSO: Microscopes, Spy and QuuilngGIa e...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 August 1856

NEW .SPRING'AND SUMMEE GOOD JUST REOKIVKI HY I. W,TTETK & C o.,.Sunb-'J' pa" W , ,, , .i. ounce to our friodandn., PMlc;pe),M t(ck of reiving very nr iid wwl-ph we Rre goods suited to '""J'tforetofore, finding our old mii.ed to sc cheap - . tna" "SmaVt'rnf's "nri JSa'"" mf v' we conlinn to adhere toil, ' consist partly of tho following vi: "urS LADIES GOODS. .rn De Rhine mil Summer Silks, Chilli, De bepe. Barege, painted and plaid Lawns, Gingham Lnwns, Robed Dresses, Va lencia Skirts and Skirting, Gross, Crrd nnd Crinoline Skirls, Jieonet, Cambric, Swiss and Haired muslin, Bishops Lnwns , Plaid, Dot- ted and Figured Swiss Muslin, Linen cambric handkerchiefs, Chcmisctta, Collars, Culls nnd nderslcevcs, printed csslimcrc, thibet and 'other shawls, ginghams and calicoes in great variety, Heady made mantillas, parasols. Fans iVc. G EXTLKM ENS G 0 OPS. Cloths, cassimcres, tweeds, Vcslings, sunmcr goods in various styles fur coats and ponliiliions shirt bosoms, collars, cravats, besii...

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