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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 August 1856

....... ... ,. .' -A. , '' ' " ' ' ' 1 ' ' --TU 'i. , UNBU1V ilDUTIlftftfiKIlLAUD COUNTY, rA.-SATUllDAY, AUGUST 9, 185G. NEW SK1UKS, VOL. 9 NO.''20 OLD SERIES, ArOL- 10. NO 4fi The Sunbury American, BY II. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunbury, Pcnna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, rwii mil. LARS nerannam tone pnid tuilf yearly in i,lnc. No paper disoontimed antil all arrearages are fK communication, or letter, on ",n!!"S to the oitice, to insure "" '"i Three copies to one addje.., "t .... Seven Do Do ve Jotiars In .Line will pay lot three yeer'l inb- Do Do Si) 0 4Pription to the American ......m.-ter. will "''.re'lnn. v.L?:lw.,,,,..,,h'.rintim. money. They are pernut. led to do this under the Post 'Mice lw TERMS OF ADYERTISINO, hne Snuoie of 14 lines, 3 tlinee, .T'.mv sulisennont insertion, One Sqiiate, 3 montlia, fix in-ntths, One vear, limine.. Cards of Five linee, per annum, itlcih inn and others, advertising ly the veir, with the privileRe of iiiKfrting .'i.ir...... tf.innut.n weelilv. inn...

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 August 1856

Congressional Tcfos tiiihty-fovrth congress. Plrat Session. Washington, August 2. Mr. Herbert, mode a personal explanation' saying that various charges bad been made against him From both the Pacific and Atlan tic coasts. He branded them, one and nil. as falsehoods. No one or bis accusers would compare with him in point of purity, honor and integrity. The charges against him came from political enemies, and were com plimentary to him rather than disgraceful. The bill was then briefly debated, when the House took a recess till 7 o'clock. Evening Session. Mr. Simpkins spoke of the Black Republicans, and snid the pnrty was organized on sectional principles. This he regarded as the commencement of a revo lution, for if successful, that party would conduct the Government in accordunce with tho views of the triumphant majority, and no Southern man could accept office under it. Those politicians intend to bring about a disruption of the Union, and to tho rabid spirit of anti-slavery should...

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 August 1856

TUB DCRNI.ld bt THE JOHJI JAY. We have iome further .particular, of th sad disaator oa Lake Uooreo. A jrentleman who left Oaldwoll nays that it had been ascer- tained that at least fifteen are dead or mis inff. The wife of Mr. E Belknap, banker, "Wall street, lost her life t also tier sister, Mrs. Thwinp, wife of 8. 0. Tliwinjr Esq., of Itoltbnry, Mans. Hoth or these ladies are dnuirhters of Thomas Havens. Ksn.. of I'hila- delnhik. A gentleman who was a passenper in the John Jav has communicated to the Herald the subjoined interesting, but melancholy tatement of the disaster : AV reached Tincondernpo via of Lake rhamnUin at 2 P. M.. on Tuesday the of Ju 1v. Thn number or passengers who left the Ohamplain boat to pass through Lnke George was larger, by two thirds, than at any lime before nurinir this season, consequently there thorn wni not sufficient accommodation at hand to convoy all to Lake George (by stage " four miles j a part were taken immediately, , the balanco remained for ...

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 August 1856

4 NEW EI BING AND SUMMER GOODS. JUST RECEIVED BY I. IV, TK.CR & Co., Sunbury, Pn., VTE leg respectfully to announce to nuf ' friends iinJ the public I iat we ere now re ceiving ft very Urge ami well selected stock of Ro.xl suited to the season, which we are deter mined to sell cheap a heretofore, finding our old motto of "Small profit and quick Salet." to work welt we ehall continue to adhere to it, our stock consists pnrtly of the following vizi LADIES GOODS. Cros Pe Rhine and Summer Silks, Chilli, Pe bepc, Uarcge. painted and plaid Lawns, ttinghnm Lawns, Kohed Dresses, Va lencia Skirt and Skirting, Oirass, Ccrd and Crinoline Skirls, Jaconet. Cambric, Swiss and Perred muslin, Bishops Lawn. 1'laid, Dot- ted and Figured Swiss Muslin, Linen cambric handkerchiefs, Chemisette, Collars, Cull's end undcrslccvee, printed cashmere, thibrt and Jolhc r shawls, ginglisins and calicoes in great variety, Ready made mantillas, parasols, Fans Ac. GENTLEMEN'S GOODS. Cloths, cassimercs, tweeds, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 September 1856

v V - : . M .. . NEW SERIES, VOL.. The Sunbury American : ssittiasa svanr iatcsa BY H. B. MASSER, v Market Square, Sunbur, Penna. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TNT J DOLLARS per ensure to bl paid half yearly In avaae. N o paper diecontir-tea until all arrearages art taii. All communications or lottara on business relating to na oftee, to innira attention, must m rusi rjuu TO CLUBS. rhrea copies t- one edJress, tSO" Sevan Da 1)9 10 00 fifteen D ho to 00 Ftra itnllsrs lu adranea will pay for three year' tub- .enption to tue American. rnatnrsttere will pleaaa act aa nor A tenia, and frank alien continuing auMcriptinn ranney . may ara permit ,ed to do Ihia under the l'uel Office Law. terms or ADVBRTISI.NO. ne Sauma of II linee, 1 tlmse, stverv neaequanl inaertioa, One Sqnai e, 3 raitiitus, Six mnithi, One jrear, Bnsmesa Cardi of Pita Hum, par annum, tlerhantt and others, ndrertieint tv tha - vetr, with tha privilege of inserting different advertisements weekly. Cf larger Advertisements, as per...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 September 1856

Cclcgrapjric $Jcto$. De.lrncllv. Hrr at .Inmbla. CoMMiitA. Til., Sept. 8. A very destruc tive Hre iicuurivil lieie lliis ul'teriuion, consu ming twi-iity-oiio buililinn nml stores. The fliuiH-s Rpifiul vory rupidly, nn, for u tiiilo, the whole liiiKines-s portion of the town was in giwii diini-r The principal suUi-rers nro Messrs. Slinuler. Liphurt, Slioenlierper, lYIen, Smith. Miukley, Ulinvr, Wnites, KtrawbriiliM. Kiinbiirir, Slierninii and Mrs. Young., Tliu loss is from $20,000 to S30.000. Only a snmll portion of which is covered by insurance. . m g - tl m rithrr Paitlmlars of tat Fli. at Cape My. On Suturdiiy morning tho chnrred renmins of u limniin buintf. whirli wore found in front, or where the htiililinir hud Hood, nnd ontsido of the linofcf the piuM-i, ai supposed now rt Ilia llwiQIl flf 1 1)M lioilv of - ndvi'non Cain. nud uot of tlie i-liler Cuin. 1 1 is pocket knife nnd poned wre found mar the body, l'he supposition if thut Atulursou jumped from the piazita to eseiiiiu t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 September 1856

r . nnsTni'CTtopi bt fire , At Cop Island, nf the Mount Vernon Hntel Kcarly un Entirt Family liurnt to Death Terogrnphic ck'spnlchos from Onps Island, on Srtturdey, nnnonnceil the? entire destine, tionjrit the Mount Vprnon IIolol, one of the lurtfvst buildings in the country, which wus uecnmpttnieil by the pronter inifortune of tho loss of lift of ,lr. Oain. one of hn proprietor ami nuiuly his entire family. The lire oconr red on Friday night, ftbonl 11 o'clock. Tho cool weather hud depopulated t he hotel of its siimmr boarders, and only the faintly of Mr. Cain, consisting of himself, two sona, two dun .'liters nnd n housekeeper, remained in the building. They slept on the second floor, and the fire breaking out in the lower story, their egress from the building was cut oil exrept by jumping from the windows. The building whs entirely 01 wooit, nun was raised on plies driven into the innd. Upon the ground be neath the first floor the shavings and stt ips which hud accumulated while ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 September 1856

" . t :-,..-r. I :( V"--7 " t" -r HERRINGS SAFE , . ' e AAI THfiOKAMPIOMU r oo Sn icAiVA. in '.'fry ""m aerrea' their entirt content in W lot Extensive Fire$. i T 111 burning of the Artisan V nnildinc April loth, and in the OIIKAT'KIHK InM.rlietM May lt. I. me (mm. '"'" eWe preserved the Jewelry of Goo. W. Simmons Uro. ( ", nrrs. ttc. nf riihrr tc Pio. and it ft Co., after re- Ldward Semens A maiuins exposed In the btirmng mini for nearly Forty Hours, n provine conclusively w.h.v alwaye elnimcd for them, thaw rent suDeiloritr over all securities In these fire-, the ffbhiau V.1S.L.1.a to stand 10 by si.l. with tho.e r-lvcrt.ee. J'J'iorih the se- mnra Hi Until H""'' ", esm '"T.',?,,.V,Tl. f knowlensed .let.... not JJ' .Edition go excellent order, but being hetnel Jd nmillle .. of through another ordeal, wh I et mfcJ''a ,,ice. end In other maker, eie bodly used , deiiroyed. gome ewe Iheu entire c""'f",r " '. .hot. during the M x o mc puiMit; w " ' , i lnirn them, nvire mn ,enr. the ite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 September 1856

I .U..JJL- 323 , v i i I f ; i : y Ax Ay SUNBUltY, NOUTIIUMIJKULAND COUNTY, PA .-SATtttlDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1856. OLD SERIES, VOL- 16. NO 52 NEW SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 26. WW A il II The Sunbury American, rtiHn svsat TAt BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TKRM9 OF SUfSCRIPTtON. inii.i. nsr nnuin lob. pl hslf yearly In Ursso.. N. paper cliKOntiene until an, srrearges are MAli eov.manie.tion. letter, f" "U,n ,0 Hl,rolRe..tm.r..tmm.nj'-9h. POSTPAID. . AH.....' Tareeeop....-- 1010 ? Jr.: rT F fT dollar. -ie. will paf f"f thr. "' - -rintimi to the America. ' rmaater. will J" ftSE I 4o thi. Ulster Um Port 0c. Uf. . . at A TI5RM9 OP ADVERTI.t.. One ime f I "" s """ rerv ") " On. Bqi, 1 raontfis, is, month., Barfa.S Carf. of Flv. line., J"""' Merht.lt. nl "Oie". ndverw.lne br the year, witti the pfin!.. "f '"' AilTerente W.rtiM.mmit. weekly. , ry l.srioc A.lverusemems.ssperetre.meBt. ss no too J00 nor We h. ennneeted wilh onr e.tsMihreet ':' Mleeted JoltorFICF., wh.ch will . '. u. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 September 1856

Cclcjppjric $frfos. A KM VAT. OF THE ATLANTIC. : usw VonK, Sept. 15. The iteamshin At ' ,.) ,ii-S from Livorpool, with date to Wed.-: i ,day, tho 3d inst., arrived at 2J o'clock to-. 'ha London Morning Star hns tlio follow- -Wo believe we niny fay that in some rtirs it is expected llie Hon. 15. I. Vil .( :i, brother of Lord Clorcdon, will bo ap-jfltod-nr-Mintstor toYnshiiigtcni. What ,j,a:n!j exist for, tbo expectation wo. are vi-.lde to slate.". 1 : ; , Ojiecn of Oudo and lier Court Iiavo Suuilmmptou for London. -Nff. nrrtice- : i t Quouiri"airoiiglik num'ero'ii' ol', tJ ho . ilj Mid others have fnUilgd their curiosity i.'ulliii)r. The Itrilisli Public" behoved :r. tne rudest manner oven climbing on the '.; ur tlm carriage to stare through the wiu tiw at the Queen. .. .; Reports rtom Kinni, Chicaoo, Sep. 12. Ono hundred Free '.' tale refugees arrived yesterday at St. Louis, :' voni Kansas. They were mostly destitute, l aving left all behind them. They stuto that i. iargo number of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 September 1856

AfcMVAL OF THE GEORGE LAW. ', LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. Clotinq Act of the Vigilance Committee-' the King 1'estimonial Defeat of Brigands , FtV at Diamond Springs Release of Judge 7krry-Qrand Review at San Fran '. Cisco. ' Nkw York. Sop. 14, Tho Steamer George Law has arrived, with the Son Francisco nails of Augusta 20th.- She connected ot Aspinwall with the Pacific mail steamship John L. Stephen!", which brought down to Panama nearly two millions in gold and upwards of 500 powenpers. On the 7th ult.. Judge Terry vas nncon ditionaMy released from custody by the Com mittee. On the 19th U., tho Committeo had a rmiifl review and parade, when their entire force, numbering botwecn 4,000 and 6,000 wcl! appointed troops was under arms. The Committee had not officially disbanded, but it was understood that tbeir functions casod for tho present, with the imposing demonstration of the 18th. The several companies arc, however, to retain their arms and maintain tbeir organi zation, and it was unde...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 September 1856

ill T T Tf ,: - I'.f , f -As HERRIlVG'S SAFE , THE CHAMPIOM1! Th4 erntg &qi triicA. in erery instance, pre , nrred their entire content in the lute ' Extensive Fires. T the burning of the Artisan Buildings, April loth, and in lh OlIF.AT KIKK in Market ft May 1st. l9. the genuine Herring Hale preserved the Jewelry of Oeo. V. Simmons Bn. Books, pa pers, Aej of 1- nher Mio. ami r dwntd eerrrnns h Co.. after re- tannine eirawed in tha burning mint for nearly Fnrty ll"r, an. epmvlng e inclusively what we have Falwevs claimed fr them, their treat euramuritv over all srearities urn known. In these Are . the HF.WIINO'S SAFE, stsnding tula by aide with thisc sdvertised aa "warranted to stand 10 Err cant, more tiie than Ilerriiis't.n rnme Inrtri the ar il 'Wielded vlclot not only preservln, rhrlr contents in excellent iirtler, but being themselves in a condition to g'J through another nrrt-nl. while lite boasted 'Snismsnde s of other nm Iters ait laidlv merl np in every manure, nnd in som...

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

. r" - -''i T"i w- . .. . . t NEW SERlfeS, VDI,: 61 ilf Uj : QLD SERIES, VOL 17. NO 3 Thp Sunbury American ' " r tumo iatcrd? .' BY H. B. MASSER; ' ' , ' Market Square, Sunbury, Pfnnia. . TK ItMl OI SUBSCRIPTION. T nni I AR3 r annum" to be hulT yerlyl ? " arrear.JM r ', ..,, m ui.il en unsiiwm nwmj " "'v,ne' w"' f" r " ..ti,,i.. - U m" w' A(!.t., and" ftank titlll OP ADVERTISING. 1C9 15 100 sua too soo rtil.1lriim.nf l 1I"M,S Hi".". , " -feverv n .wquint I""'"""! On 9aia, t must., tii nvmllis, r,,r, with thl privilse" nf Inserting looo ATTORNEY AT LAW, tfcamb.rl.ifi, Union, Ljcomu.g Montour uu C Iambi. : Jit Urtncn in Philadelphia: . t.h Tt Tr.in. Chut. OiMoni, K.J.. " LOCUST MOUNTAIN COLLIERY SUPERIOR WHITE ASH ANTHBACITE COAL, From the M.mmotU Vein, for Furnace. , Found : riM, Stmboat(i and Family ue, MnCilllll, NoTUCKBBtlHD '0DTT, F , SIZKS OF COAL. LUMP, for Want Furnace, and Cupola., TKAMHOAT, for Steamboat, Hot Air rrnarr and Steam. BltOKKN, ) For Orate., Stove, and Stea- Kfit...

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

(California fltfos. ARRIVAL OF THE II1IN0I8. LATER mo.1I CALIFORMA. atly Two Million In Hold. The- Vigilance Committee liesigntd their Usurped Authority far the 1'tesent Politi cal Afovemenls in California Indian De predation on the Frontier. ... The steamship ''Illinois," Irorn A'pinwnll, whene she ew'led on the evening or the 19tli, arrived at New York on Saturday nfternoon, bringing dittos from Colifornia to the' .ttli lent., anl $1,800,000 iu gold. The Illinois connected with the Golden "Ape, which brought down 8.,8;"0,000. Tho G'oMen Ape passed tho Sonora on the 10th, ' find tho John L. Stevens on the 17th, both " bound tip. . The Vigilnneo Committee hod qnietly dis banded, nnd on the 21st of August they opened their rooms to the public. This ii only a partial resignation of their usurped authority, for they lire to assemble rjguiu in the event of any of their number beiug held responsible for the criminal act the Com mit to have been guilty of. At the Democratic primary electi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 October 1856

J. . to the Voters of nortiwmber LAND COUNTY. Fellow UrrtcKNi : Tho uoderaiinied dusirci to be elected ( I)jTicf AifOHNiT, end respectfully solicits your Totei at tho approaching October elect tlOQ I em cot the enndidate of any political tartv. because I beliove that colilicnl alTjnl- tiei alone, ehonld not lerure an oSice Into which partiian, feelings cnght oever to enter. The District Attorney is the icrvant or the law ; it Is not moro his duty to convict guilt by legal evidence, than it ia to guard tho innocent and falsely accused. Ho is an agent ejected bv tha nponlo to do justice between the Cotnmonwnftlth and these who break bcr laws. He should not therefore, ho subjected to the necessity of eonrtinf? popularity in the ranks or uny ono destinctive party but feci that, in the minds of tho people, as well as in bis own conscience, be is acquitted of all political pnrtiatilies and obligations which might misdirect, or, be supposed nnduly to controf liis action. He is required lo ...

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

liliivYiLr UG bEMiN A R Y. TIih Acuilcmic ynr of thin flom iliinp In f '..'.ution will cinnincuee oh the Jhl Mondayof A'iCIIKI lll'At. It it lm-utul nl Rcrry?W'irp. Pauphin Co., I i., on one of tlio lo'tilthicst and most beau t.i.il vitlli'ji in tliodUl 'Koystonu Slut?." 'i'lio A'g ortlm Institution is to prepare nuiifr Lmliusiinil Gentlemen for the reppon- I. Iii itiitit's of li!V iiml lor Institutions of o ' iv'ior priulf. Kvtry fut'ility will be afl'urili-d m' those wlm nro iK-siruue of preparing them ,i"lvps fcr 'IViii liinfr. Tim governim-iit or tlit school will licstrict !r parwiial. nm! it luiil uhvas bo tho pleasing ilist v of l lit- Pritiuptil to instil into Him mind if ii pupils Mieh aiMitiitiunt, n?, if followed, will lt'ii'1 to donor nnii luipriiiieF.i. Tuitio.i per Session (22 weeks.) Greek anil Latin. 7 CO Modern latiniio (Extra ) 1 00 Common Lnylish (1st Grade) 6 00 (2d (iimle.) 4 00 Pri'MKi'P, (Surveying. Chemistry Ac., 50 rrintiiifr mid J unit or Scrvici-a, 2i Music...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 October 1856

.... ; , . -r , . r NEW SERIES, VOL. 9, NO. 29. SUNBU11Y, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PtV. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1856. OLD SERIES, VOL- 17. NO 3 The Sunbury American. EY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. .. ' -KRM9 of sTiTscniPTio- s.t. . ,,,,. . inter, on to'W rsmnng iu ""' ......li.in. mint .olftoe, to "" CIjUB9 so' 10 0" 51) OH CO.... W " ,ldJie" Tbrre Do (I.VCK virt i.ti ,, conW.in.t! sal""-" " 1 ffice ,.ow. TURM OF ADV.." (i, Simile, 3 inusO.s, Til X. 'IV'.itll., your, linn, niim, J " " ... ,.l,lit.mer.t l 9 5 SOU 6f)fl MO SOU 1(1 OU Will l " : ..I... u.toMtcuto .1. w Hi' I Win !., neatnl u " 1 n ! - E.B. iO.SS, ATTORNEY AT L A Vv , D,N1Btc.t.r,.ofNo, l,urfn....U'ndrJ , lo n ur ,j thumherlanJ, Lmon, I'!'011""' Htm. to!' 'V Tv;", jj,"n, smith & Co. ----nrTTTATTI COLLIERY SIoTwHITESIl rics.n.boalsahdam.iyue, .. iwrt') ot. .r?! COUNTJ , Pa. !!..-; ok cOAl 1,11'. r.r r.:r.,it Furnaces anu l.i. fcStcair.uoats, Uut Air t-TV v 'to T. for VlfllllOrsi '""1 ei.111. I'.IM'KK?.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 October 1856

ARRIVAL OrlESicAr LATCR FROM EUROPE. The steamship Africa arrived yesterday Now York, with European date to t nt lLo ztuu ultimo. From thr Arctic Reotons Sipposkd Tra cks OP TliR FbAJKMN ExfEblTION. Captain Fenny, Commnudcr of tbe ship Lady Franklin, lias returned with her to Aberdeen, from the Arctic Regions, and reports that when he was in Hogarth's Sound, be was told by the Ksquimau.x that some of T'icir Companions had seen, a long way off in a northwesterly direction, a circular white trnt erected on the ice. The Esquimaux hud taken from It on their first visit some bright metal, and on their second viiiit some mora. Afterwards Uiey had seen two white men in the tent. It was reported among the natives that these and other white men had perished from hunger. So fur ns Captain Penny can judge, he thinks that this may refer to the same parly from whom Dr. Rao obtained the silver spoons, &c, which identified the whito men with Sir John Franklin and his party. t'O.VSriPACY TO ASS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 October 1856

, .SHERIFF SALESt By virtiio of n certain writ or Tend. Ex. PuNAI 10 mo uireciea wm ua epueu iu puu lie gnle'at the Cotrt Honsiin Suubury, oa Mondtt h3d d lit or November at 10 o' clock A.M., oil that e?Ttnin lot of ground aitmils in the borough of Milton in Notlbum berhnd connty, In that part of said town cal led upper Milton, bounded on the North by l'rnarlway street on imp conm dj tamis ui a. M. Patton on the West by the African church and lot of Lawrence Sarvey and on the cast by an alloy, whereon is erected a frame dwelling hous'o ono and a half stories lngh. Seized talsvn in exceollon and sold as the property of Samuel Stover. B virtue of a certain writ of I.f.vam Fici am, to me directed, will be exposed to public tale at the Court llciisu in sunbury, on ftlon Hnv the 3d dav November next, nt 10 o'clock A. M.rall that certain two and one and a half utorv frame house, me&unirc and tenement sit uate in the town of Trevorton in county of Northumberland, ou the side or Market ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 October 1856

lJiror.TAKT TO THE TULLIC, aM A M M 0 X 11 A S S (J R T II K 2 T nr rTpiIU subset ihers re-q.eei.ii'Iy invito the public to call unit examine their ttork of NEW OOODO, embracing every variety. Our Good have been selected wih the greatest care, unit our assort ment em tain the In'cst styles, finth of foreign Hinl domestic manufacture. We Itnvo also matle arrangement, to receive goods direct from Pliil n.Vlil;i.i every few weeks, bv this incites we will be enabled to keep up our assortment. We return our thanks for t!ic liberal patronage be stowed during the past Near, and trus that hy stri''t attention to business, and a desire to please, tve mil continue to receive n share of the same. .' 11. Y. BRIGHT A SON. Sunbnry, Way 31, 1P5G i i tsh Arrival vf DRUGS, I'AINTS.'OILS, &c. Tlflli; iiiiilrrMKneil mviiD tnken tlio store t'oi- a. ineriv kppi ny . etser and r.riiner. u now H i I. ii reaily to till crilors and preccriptioiu fit a mo- inenf titce Km in. bl lirn-i nml u-ll .1n.t-t,l ...

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