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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 July 1857

.. - . .rve. - I' v. . NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 16. SUNI3URY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- 17. NO- 42 I-- K m, - ft The Sunbury American. rUBLlBHKD EVERY 6ATCRDAT. . .. BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury,Tenna. , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. T" U LVLlA rr? per "uupmi m r' vdyvc. No paper iliscuntiiiued until all rr&ige ire All commanicaiiont or letter on buafnet retatlng to .l. L ... ........ .tiM..t.,... niuat be POST PAID. in wiw wj w ' TO CLUBS. Three copie. to one .ddre... , n fin 10 00 ."n 5o Do no oo Five dollars In .dv.nc. will p.y forthre. yeai'.anb- -ertplloll w ine aiiwiw". Pottrter. will pta"? oor Agent, nnd tank ter. O MIWlll lllg .UDcri.i -j- r 1 to dJllii. under Ihe Van Office L.aw. TERMS OP' ADVERT1SIN0. One Pqume of 13 line., 3 time., ".very .uoseqnent insertion, One Squa. e, 3 month., -?ix month., ia-Un Card, of Five II...., per eanum Merr-hants ..id others, advertising by the 100 300 60 COO 30 yen,, with tt. ,, RT barrel A...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 July 1857

ARRIVAL OF THE COLUMBIA. on Wiik (.at en FROM evnoPB, Nrw Yor. July 6. Tha iteasphin Columbia hat arrived from Liverpool with dates to the 24th alt., being lour days later man previous buticcs. The steamship City of Washington arrived rot od Tuesday. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The U. S. tteam fripnte Niagara arrived at Liverpool on tbm 22J alt., and the shipment of the cable commenced forthwith. The proceedings in parliament wero of lit tle Importance. The elections In France Dossed off onielly. In Paris, the Government elected seven of their candidates add the opposition three, vis: M. M. Carnot, Goodchonx and Cavaignac. A despatch in the London Times, however, throws a donbt on the tatter's return. MB. DALLAS DINES Mr IT II THE QUEEN. On Monday evening, Juna 22d, Her Ma 4tv had a dinner nartv at Buckingham Pal ace. The company included his Imperial Iliclinesa the Archduke Maximilian of Aus tria, her Hoval Highnesa the Duchess of Kentrker Royal llighnessthe Princess Koy I, his Itoyal Hi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 July 1857

1 A ROMaNC trl RaTAL LIFE. . Jiftcut of Mill Gardiner from the JntXant Tb St. Paul (Minnesota) Pioneer give ft detailed and interesting account of the recov. ery of Miss Gardiner from the Indians who perpetrated the Spirit Lake massacre.' The story of ber having been set up at a target nd ehot at by tbe Indiana tarns oat to ot a beer fabrlcatSJSn. Miss Gardiner was rescued by three friend ly Indians, despatched for the purpose by liorernor Medary. They bear tne pictur. sane names of Hasaintemani, or the Man who Shoots Metal as be Walks Hotonwasb er, or Beautiful Voice, and Cbetanmaza, or tbe Iron Hawk. Miss Gardener is a native of Seneca county, N. Y., and is bat fifteen years of age. Her father, mother and the rest or the family, except sister, who bad just removed to another part of Iowa, were all murdered at the time of tbe attack on tbe . Spirit Lake settlement. The above mentioned Indians left the Yellow Medicino Agency on tbe 23d May in two linrse wagon, and on the 29tb he cam...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 July 1857

i seal -ISAAC M. WILKEIISON, . MANUPAOTURER OS , FURNITURE AND CHAIRS Of the most Fashionable Style. SoIhh, Ulvann and Loiiuikvi Bureaus, Secretaries, Sideboards, "SOFA, BREAKFAST AND DINING TABLES and also VENETIAN BLINDS, equal to Fhile- delxhia manufacture. BEDSTEADS, of every pattern and prica CUTBOARDS, WORK AND CANDLK STANDS, TOILET TABLES AND EXTENSION TABLES, In ehort, every article in thii line of Ilia business. THE subscriber respectfully calls the attentiet of the public to hia large and splendid as aorlment of every quality and price of CARIXET-WAItl? which cannot fail to reiommcnd itself toevery ane who will examine it, on account of it duralilr workmanship and ptemlid finish, made up of the best slock to be had in the city. No effort is apared in the manufacture of his ware, and tlie subscriber is determined to Jiecp up with the many improvements which are constantly being . made. He also manufacture all kinds and qualitie CHAIRS. Deluding varieties never before to be ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 July 1857

- ' C . ' - "" " - : : -- - - - ., ...... .... .... . . ' ... . . ... . .... NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 17.. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY IS, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL 17. NO- 43. The Sunbury American, l'lIBLISIIKD EVERT SATt'RDlT BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunlury, Pnn. t it R M 9 OP BUBSCR1PTIO!. 7 " aiv.r c. No payer itucol liiiued uulil all errstig. are P Ali eoramoiilcstlons or M era on basiiieis rebui tt. uuu-s, lo lusuis allettioil, oust be 1'01 1 A1J ling to TO CLUBS. Tlre. enptes w on aiMi.s, ' fifteen Do e Five dollars In advanre will py fet Hire, ye.l twiplion the American. . hi -i . ....t our Arents. and 300 lu Oil 80 U0 eeub- frnnk ' ...... .... a.ihMT.ML.OIl HI Oil (J V '"?."" ..r:.hP.cr ,iirmm"...r. tf-y P.""' . " a .u;. Ltm Foil Offict Law. m - . TERMS OF ADVERTHIKI n.e qur..e..f 14 lines,!! I times, F.rcrv o.q"l Inset lloa, One quaiei 3 months, ,ia nrnnihi, ',5JK Card, of Fir. line., - "-. Marrhaiita and otliera, adverming I) in. viT "Ml. the p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 July 1857

i. t. Cclcgvnjjjjtc $tcfos. Cixciknati, Jvlt 11. -The Inquirer ot tbia city learns that a quarrel recently occurred ib Morgan county, Kentucky, between Lean der M. Cox, American candidate for Congress in tho Ninth District and bis Democratic op ponent, J. U. Maaon. The latter shot Cox, resulting in bis death. The deceased was a member of the late Congress, and Mason, bos olso represented the same district Id Con gress. riTTSBfwi, Jui.t It. The jury this even ing rendered ft verdict of guilty of murder in the first dc-pree against Charlotte Jones Hen ry Fire and Munroe Stewart, who where im plicated in the murdor of the Wilson family, at McKeesport, Pa. The trial lasted eleven days and produced an intense interest in the community. Ciiicaoo, July 11. On the night of July 3d, a mob broke open the jail of Cedar Coun ty Town, notwithstanding the deepotate re ' sistnnce of the sheriff and bis guard, and taking possession of Uleason and Loper, confined on the charge of horse stealing, hun...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 July 1857

(From Iht Nsw York Pott, t Inst 1 THl LATE Kl'RKTARIr MABCT. Very Tew even of Mr. Marcy'i most Inti mate frksnde inspected the existence or the -disorder which proved fatal to him. Yet for thirty years he bad suffered occasionally from what he called a stitch in his side, and during the last two years of bis official lire he was several times taken suddenly ill in his office with an affection which appearaJ to alorm bira considerably during the few min ntes while it lasted. At such periods be would turn pale and complain of nausea j but a soon as they were over, he would forget all about them, and become outwardly as cheerful as ever. He, however, was evidently Impressed, by the recurrence of these attacks, with the fragility of bis hold on life, and on the Sunday before his death, when apparently onjoying good health, and indulging in plea, eaut anticipations of his European toor, lie observed to a friend who spoke to him of his President! prospects in 1860, "Do not speak of that s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 July 1857

I TWENTY GOOD REASONS WHY KETCIIUM'S CombinodJJtteaperJand Mower Pot 1 957 is the moat complete machine In use, and the one beat adapted to the want of the Farmer - Firtt. Being wholly made of Ihok It li more durable than an; other. Second. It is to aimple that any person can readily mating it. Third. It is to stronejy and well built, that it cannot easily get out of repair. Funtth. It ia neat and compact, occupying let .apace than any other. Fillh. The frame ia ao easily hittanced that there ia no weight on the horaea' necks. Sixth. There ia little or no aide draft. Pevrnlh. ' It will cut heavy and light grass equally well. Eighth. It cull wet grass as well as drv. Ninth. The new cutter liar wheel lessens the draft at leaat one fourth in mowing. Tenth. Two horaea will work it with eaae in any kind of grass or grain. Eleventh. It la the only machine wilh the cutter liar directly opposite the shaft of the driving wheel. Twelfth. The open cutting Made effectuolly prevents clogging in ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 July 1857

1 v 8fa i n NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 18. SUN13UIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, TA.-SATUllDAY, JULY 25, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL 17. NO 44. The Sunbury American. PIUUSIIED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Pernio. TERMS OF' SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per auuum to be tmil l'lf Yriy " mlvarco. No paper discontinued unlil all arrciigca arc P"Alieomrrmniratim W Ittleri on ... ... .... itui.iinii nuiBt li. I'dll rAIU. the umre, w ui.ui Mm-nn".-, - TO CLUUS. Three copiel to one audrest, L-;r. . Do Do Fiv. dollars In advance will pay fur three yeai'ttub- vcciption lo trie Aiiiericun. jra enawia "'K uu-i r- ! to dollus under the Foil Office Law. TERMS OF ADVKRIISIJIH OrioSqmueof M llnci.S timet, Kvwy eujteqneiit intertion, "One 9qiime 3 Biontlii, ix months, iurimn Ctrdt of Five line., prr .imam, .rXnit and others, adverti.i"? by the with the privilege of in.erfng fcTdrrin".,u::a,.ype-.grern.nt. i no 85 SOU 51(0 8110 300 moo JOB riuii iimv t -j ...iiK nnf tnV.1iahin!iit a wel .....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 July 1857

1 ARRIVAL OF THE VANDERBILT AND ATLANTIC. ORE WEEK LATER FROM H'ROPE. Attempted Inturreetion in Itnly-Ercitement in SpainA Fegiment f Indian Infantry tut to Viecet. Nkw Yoiik, J 1y 19. The V. S. Mail Stenmpliip Vandcrbilt, Capt. Wilcox, ntiil the Colling Mail Steam ehip Atlantic, Ciipt. Kldridgp, with foreign advices to the rth inst., tho one from South ampton, find the other from Liverpool, ui ri ved to-day. GREAT BRITAIN. Mr. Roobuck'8 motion to tibnliph the Lord Lieutenancy or Ireland, wns defeated in the House of Common on the 7th inst., by a vote of 2Cfi, against 1 51. The "Times" of tho subsequent dny, in a leading editorial, denounces tho Court at Dublin as a nnrioug thing, a bud imitation and a downright imposture. In the House of Commons, tho Government was twice defeated on motions to amend the probate bill. The shipment of telegraphic cable on board the Niagara was proceeding Ftitisfactorily. Kite is expected to be ready for sea by the 20th inst. Tho Susquehanna was expec...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 July 1857

WU.IT THK Dtt ED SCOTT CASK DKCIDED, AND WHAT IT DIU SOT DEL'IDK. The Boston Law Reporter fur June con- tains a very abld And thorough review or tbo Dred Scott "Decision," which will enable the reader to know what tho Supreme Uonrt has clodded in mat important case for more read ily and clearly thnn be can learn from the official report itself. In Tact, the review has dono just what the reporter. Mr. Howard, in long and confused head-notes attempted, but Tailed to accomplish. Those, also, who desire to understand, not merely the points which tho so-called deci sion really decidod, but what it did not de cide, will do well to consult the Law Repor ter's article, the authorship 'of which is as cribed to Horace (Jrny, Jr., and John Lowell two well known legal gentlemen or Boston. The result of tlieir investigation of the deci sion, is briefly stated, as follows : "FmsT. As to the question, 'Can a negro be a citizen of tho United States t' It has been commonly supposed that tlw Court de...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 July 1857

J RESOLUTION Proposing Amendments to th Constitution of the Commonwealth, REIOLVIpllf TIIH PKXATI AUD IIoDfR OP nKMtSMSN TAT1VKM OF Till l'MMCKUVKAl.Ttl OV I'sTXXftYLVJiMA IH I'RNKiiAL AsASwnLT MKT, That ihn following aineiHiiiiei.ti reproptved t the cunMii ittimi of the cimiMi niwmlth.tn ctorUuiue with the provision! iif Die trntb article thereof. FIRST A1MKNDMUNT. There eh nil bt mi ndtlilionnl nrtfrln to Mirl eomtitutluu Vj b deitgiiutvd ae article eleven, ua inllywi OPPUUL1U DKBTS, Section 1. Th efnte miy Cttiitnicl debt, to ttipply Cumin, delii'its nr Onlm-cn in levenm-s, nr to meet expi-nai not otlterwite ptnvidiHl for) lut I he otrpregnte nniount tf Fiich delita direct and CfiiiUnjrent, wlifUier eontiuett'd ty 1 virtue of ono or hi ro nclaot the general tmembly. or nt different pcrimli i" time, shall mver exeeed ven hundred and fiQy thmtniiil d ilnr, mpl the m nit y tuning from the 1 erentioii of mich nYbtt, shall lie applied tn the purporo f"f whirl, it wns ohttiined, or to ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 August 1857

I .e fbtiikiitjj Sliiiriraii NEW SERIES, VOL. 10, NO. 19. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1857. OLD SERIES, VOL- 17. NO- 45- The Sunbury American. rUBLWHED BVKRY SATURDAY BY XX. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Vina. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per annani to be pid half Taarly in dvarca. No paper discontinued until AU. arrengee er. Alieummunicatloin or letter, on bo.iitea. rehlinf to lb. oftce, tu iiwiia attention, niurt be I'OB r P All. TO CLUBS. Three eopie. w one addreea, 00 Seven D J" . F.lteen Do Do SOW Fivadollare In advance will pay for larea yaar'e eub teriptitm to the American. P.nimaitera will pleaae aet a. our Ajreiita, and frank .. contain Inf aubeecipUnB money, f bey ara permit d to duthi. under the fuit Oftc. Law. TERMS OF ADVKRTI8I.N Tin ?qitnie of 19 line., 3 time., Kverv .ajuequent insertion, line Sqwnir, 3 month., ix month., Card. of Fi "'. " ""J"!"' irchinl ami other., advert..!" by the "SSTwih the privilege of inserting liferent a...

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 August 1857

Jforcign $fctos ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH AMERI CAN. AT QUEBEO. OJE WEEK LATCn rnOM etEKOPE. The India Muling increasing Tuenly-lhree Katire Jltgimenlt Rcvoltcd-rDefeal of the Mutineers. . , lJuKADSTCTf 1'KCl.INIKf. i licunno, Jh1v 2". The sloamstiip North American lias arri ved with Liverpool Jutes to tie 1Mb instant, fonr days later; than previous advices. Tba American advices by Iho" Kurojia reached Liverpool on tlio 1Mb inst. Tha advices from., China tring no news of importance. Affairs in Italy and , Spain novo become tranquil. .iTHE MUTINY IN INDIA. Advices by the overland mail announces an alarming spread of the mutiny among the native troops in India.' Twenty-three regiments have joined the mutiny.- Thpy were defeated liy.Ibe govern ment troops, oulsido ofl'tdlii, but the city etill rvmaiued in the possession or the insur gents. General Anson, the British Commander-in-Chief, had died with the cholera, and he has siuco been succeeded by Sir Colin Camp bell. The news from India has...

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 August 1857

. Frorn tin Clnclnmtf Commerce of Tliirsilnjr. A t01SOl"Kli oV tlllLtJftEl. 'u A Fiend in ltumnn Shape Distributing Ar f nil! in Candy Ytco, Deaths .and Tuiefity Children Poisoned! .. . i ;,, ...... Tin community has hardly bood allowed breathing time since the horrible tragedy enacted by tlio murderer Lioerner, before we ' are again called upon to recount a deed winch in hellish iniquity beggar, description, and tiirowa toe legendary poisonings or tne uer cina in the shade. '" ' - Yestordoy afternoon, between the hoars of two and four, a couple of boys, apparently from 14 to 18 years of age, were observed sauntering tip Buckeye street, a densely pop' ulated German neighborhood,'' scattering small lozenges upon the side-walk, about the nize of peppermint drops. In 'onot her' part r tlio street, a rather roDnrt loosing man, dressed in a block coat, white' palits and white hat, with a bos onder his arm, was also observed, occasionally distributing a similar description of lozenges, on...

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 August 1857

New Ooodi for the People I BENJAMIN 11EFFNER UESPECTFL'LLYInform the public In gen eral that be hit juat received and opened pler.did etock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS at hie New Store, In Lower August, townahip. Ilia etock consist in part of Cloths, Cassimers, Cassmets. of all kirnle, of linen, cotton and wonted. ALSO I Calicoes, OinRlinmn, I.ntTUi, nioHMNcllue Ie Lalnes and all kinda of Ladiee Dress Goode. Groceries), AUo an assortment of Hardware. IrOH anil Steel, Nails, &o. Also an excellent assortment of QTJEENSWARE, of various styles and patterns. Ateo an assortment of IJOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CAPS, a good selection. Salt, Fish, fcc. And a great variety of other article euch ae are euitablo to the trade, all of which will be sold at the lowest prices. IV Country produce taken In exchange a the highest prices. Lower Augusta, June 8, 1857. BROADWAY FAMILY GROCERY ! Flour, Feed and Provision tore. Broadway bcloio Blackberry Street. LEVI SEASHOLTZ, RESPECTFULLY inform the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 August 1857

, , .1 - mttim . .. NEW SERIES, . VOL. 10, NO. 20. .SUNBURYi NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY AUCjUST 8, 1857. OLD SERIES VOL. 17. NO- 4(5 The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVEttY BATCKDAT BY H. B. MASSER. Marktt Square, Sunbury, Pnn. TERMS OF SU BSCRirTlO.t. TWO DOLLARS per .uuiun to be pnid hnlf Y"'iy " adv.. ce. No tl" lcoi.liiiud until au. .rrenge. .r. Alieoromnnicstlon. or teller, on l!,'inI TO CLL'BS. Thr..eop...won..ddr.-, Fifteen v T Ftv.dolt.rs In advsnee will pay for Ure. r.r..ui- Mrlption t" the Americ.n. P ,.t,n-nter will plense set a. our Aeents, and fr.nk d t" dollus under lb. Part OlSe. L.w. TERMS OF ADVEIITIS1NB ' 1ecm oT Kline", S tliow, Vrv .o.tqaiit "-settion, " oe5imie, 1 months, rtx months, i,.ii.c4. of Five line., r """. MMc'iiil. '"l other.. sdvert.sina by le M;.,t" with the nriviieg. of inserting I Oil S3 300 800 800 sou 100 JOB PRINTING. W .OTfTcE hineoeleo B. iASS3Pk ATTORNEY AT LAW, 8TJNBUBT, PA. Va-ines attended to in the Counties .of Nor Ihumberland, Un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 August 1857

ARRIVAt OF JTHE CXYDE. OSB AVfcl'K LAT brT I'tiOM Kl'ROPE. Dtelini in J'.our mo UVuO.' 25eo 0 ThicleiagTlte Confjiravg Againat Louii ISopoleoit. QltDEi', August 4 Tli Steamer Clyde from Glasgow, on the 22J ha arrived at'tbis port. Ilcr advices from Loudnu onj Liverpool, by telegraph, nre to the Ul.it nit., tlirco days later than those furnished by the Europa. The steamer City uf liultiinoro arrived out CU Tuesday. Mr. Cardwell bas been elected to the House of Commons, over Thackeray. Mrssrs. Newull & Co.'e operations Tor sto ring thuir portion of tho submarine telegruph cable on board tho U. S. steum frigate Nia guru wero drawing rapidly to a q)o?u. It was expected that she would leave Liverpool ou or ooloro tho U.itli alt. At I'uris, on Moniluy, tbeeTuuds closed nt 6,t. Cc. One t)f tho Italians now in custody, mndco full coufossion of the details of the cwnspiracy against Nupolcon. Telegraphic advices from Spain nnnounco a extraordinary decline in whout from the recent high pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 August 1857

OKNERAt. PACK en DECLINES I t'DGB WIL MOT'S I.1VITATIOM TO TUB "STUMP." OESHRAL PACKER TO TUB DRMOCUATtC CBrlTttAL COXVITTRK. WiLUAMsronr, July 18, 1857, lion. C. It. Buck-Blew, Chairman of State Committee s Dear Sir I have received tue enclosed letter from oca of tlie oppoaine caff- didatei for-tbe Gubernatorial oflice, and inas- much at it proposes a plan Tor tlie conduct or Ibe campaign wuicd baa never Deiore uoen practised in Pennsylvania, and as the success of other candidates, besides myself, is invol Ted in tbe election, I have thought it my du ty to submit the communication to tbe judg ment of the State Committee representing the Democratic party. If it is thought to be arpropcr mode of conducting the canvaes, I shall cheerfully accede to the proposition. Hefpectfully yours. Win. F. Packer. PBfLT Or THE CHAIRMAN OP TUB CENTRAL COX. BfTTKH. riiitACELPHtA, July 25, 1837 Hon! Win. F. Packer t Dear Sir I have laid before the State Committee the letter signed l. Wilmot, dated the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 August 1857

New Goods for the People 1 HENJ A M1N HKFFNEIt RESrECTFi'LLY Inform the public In gen eral that hr ha Jut received and opened aplrr.did itiick of SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS it his New 8torc, In Lower Augusta township. Hit slock consist in part of Cloths, Cassimeri, Cassineti. f all kind, of liuen, cotton and worsted. ALSO: Cnllropn. Glmiliama, Lanni, IrloMNNCllne lie l.nliiea and all kinda of Ladie Dres Good. Groceries, AUo an assortment of Hardware, IrOH aJ Steel, Nails, &e. Also nn eicellent assortment of QTJEEK8WA11E, of varioua styles nd patterns. Attn an assortment of HOOTS & SHOES. II ATS & UAl'S, a good .election. Salt, Fish, c. And a great variety of other article such aa are suitable to the trade, all of which will be aold at tho lowest pricea. HP Country produce taken in exchange the highest prices. Lower Augusta, June 6, 1857. FURNITURE I FURNITURE ! ! THE LARGEST STOCK EVER OFFERED IN SUN B TRY. Fashionable, Cheat mid I seful THE subscriber, long established as ...

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