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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 May 1858

ftp iriiijiirj Aiiie.iixiiit ..." SUNBURY, NQIITHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 185S. OLD SERIES, VOL IS. NO- 32 -Tlid Sunbjury American. ; : IfBTSIIEO EVERY SATURDAY ' ... BY.n.'C MASSER, Afyrket S'juAv, Sunbury, Penna. . TERMS OF 8 t a CKIPTION. TWO MOI.I.AUS per nnnom tot paid hull" year . :y m advance. No pirER discontinued until all arrear.ec. nr. paid. TO CLUBS : T!ire Copies to oue addrcis .-' 4 U Seven ' do- do. 10 JJ" Fil'tuon llu. do. Sit Ou Five dollars in-advance will pojr fot three year's nub schiilion tollie Aim'ticun. I u.unn.ti-r. will plewse art aa our Ag'iiti, and Ironic t'-n coiiiainintr subscription money. Tliey are pennit sd to do this under the I'ust Ulbce Lnw. TERM OF ADVERTISING. One Square of 12 lines' 3 times, Fvcry Bobupfinrnt insertion, OnclSquiire, 3 month., " fix meiillis, i )i,e vwir, Tlnaine'is Canla or Fire line., per annum, Mrchniit. und oiliern. mlve: turns by the year, won the privilege of iiwciling different novel- li.emcnts weekly. 1ST l...

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 May 1858

a :t cs ttii; i.Etnsi.innn. Tl.s ft "owing is a f'.a li.'tt'f the ac'K tf a gin rial chancer, Ml.? saoS tbei of a mLcf Hauii'ii chircrtcr, co will lu , f ir.'.er.-3! to reawtiis t.f this li!itr, wK:H r.-c tiivj ff :!;cc:l fioia I. St of tin. uitfpuh'i.-he-.l t.y tit l'l IhiJtlphia Tinlit-tili. Nc rw Int.!. l.uve l.-cn chartered, nor many tiitferd tomini.ii b :trfifpurrite.l, except eiyht r.ger railways iit Philadelphia. Tho lint cm I race p.vcMy-uvo li'l.t vetoed y (Jovr rr.or Parker t!tii!i'.K t!.e (.ff!i vvLiv.li rtows no smalt milium' if vijiljueo und industry o.i the ; irt of the Hov- (;.Mif.. Laws. ant tu"nu lirt t'luve to ti.e f ' I .. rr i'.r.:.-i uymcnt of lav.-e t'n; ptrtiitnt to net i i' B td ! -.'if x-cwtit to net if ta r 'hltlVtl til t ruy i. lii3 e! 1i prevent f rciioo and f.'J hiiJsta witll-Mi putisir; toll. Kvtemliii? thn .huii'T'i; !pteiclcdcr act Philadelphia to ether ciH.ulii.'. : To revive uiul centime tho n't ;;m 'u.itinj; ! knml i,u wliivh memy :.' duo th; Cjiii...

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 May 1858

-- - V 4 " -f - REMARKS OF n. C M. UTRAf D, OF B t'lIV YLKILL. On tht Dill authorizing tht tale of the remain der ofth Stale improvements to the Sund ry and Lric liui'iroad Company, Ut. Spcmkor. It was my intention until a few minute! npo, to have given my reasous raoro fully, why 1 favor tbe enlo of the im provements to tho Sunbnry and trio railrcsd tcmpany, bcin? admonished that tlio timo Is prec:otis, tea friends of 1bo niensnre depirin to a point or twro which ffects the interest of a yerr largo majority of Ilia Htato, ami 1o mv mind, Philadelphia in .particular. It in a fuJt that since tht reciprocity troaty between England and tho United Slsteii, and thd completion of the Pennsylvania Central railroad, New York finds herself in a ''tight place,:" a portion of tho Inko trade finding it way to tho Atlantic through tlia St Lawrence whilst anollirr portion of the same trade, composed chiefly of flour, pork, beef and (Train, reaches Philadelphia on the Pennsylvania Central. So much...

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 May 1858

v. fa.' r n I'!..-I.o i '"ii ii'. I uthiT Hrilhh .four- Is ;.'v fur sumo li nn been much (.noticed i ,!,in? t!io ipicftion "Can n Man Mar , a i'hr. n Hundred Founds a Year!" i n !'. il,f. I'.p the subject us follows i o ii irry a i;:rl o;i Tliri'o Honda J .1 year, .'. ni.I in vi-Jva .sttl.-tfoiihil extremely severe, '! iti if tmi limes tint iiiooiuo u follow ou- j-T'd, . i !.. j i.n ...3-1 jo nn.-i w in: 1 I'lVed. I ni.i?t pal dr. a ii tny br p-iTl.t sill l.o ,-t.i- if I Mil t'l i And i 8'.:.'.-'i'!i s c 'I.'. ."I :NMr.iJ 'K I '" 1 must t v j iij my club ai. e"!:t A ml re.vii! to ch tai'ii J u n J wear fi vrr A wii'.', wh:'.;n rt folw tli'j dViWif-t of tlrni; An .1 s'.i: .l.-o i-.-r iii'.j cli l'"li! Di" it i-.ian i f ii. ? wcriJ- !i .s t t i :i leli-ny ( .:n I'll'., li 1 .':,'t orl. I ui t : l'l tho -n res:'i . !if: i l:i Oli, . is ! I'm iitt.uo the ciu'"a 1 cor'tima A i n so much i ei- uniisiii Ui i! Urs oil' in tui.it'. Am! 1 know t:u:t the it!...'i in fuieko I I'S.'i lid, AVodI....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 May 1858

ii , joe NEW SEMES, VOL. 11, NO. 7. SGTNBUUY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY S, 1858. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. NO- 33 The Sunbury American rCJiMsIII.D EVERY SATt'JlDAT BY II. B. MASSEB. Market Square, Suulury, Venna. TERMS OF S V US CIIIPTION. TWO DOLLARS per nnnnm lobe pni.1 ''lf 'p"r' ly in advance. NorAiBR discontinued until am, arrcnrsee. are paid. TO CLUBS Three Copies to one address !oveii l". " d. do. S 5 HO III oo SiO t'U will ly fi llrce yenr's sub Filled Five dollars in advance si-iiiilioi. to llie Anieri. iin. ,,. mill frnnk I ,ll.ia,t,r will please rt n.our "?' C .ll.-rscoutaniimr auhscripUoii money. 1 lie) re peim.i cd to do this under Hie Post Ofl' ! A H V K II T I s I n . ei ftn Oneinvife ol is ni"1 '""! . - livery subsequent inHrtion, , i me Square. 3 months, ' ' S:x mouths, .".. , ,,, y.f, . ... ,, " . ,m, Trenaiio, :. ..,,:, . .t.fTi- TERMS OF V.'i 3 On S Oil e on J HO nli tin- (irivili-pel ( iiisti tii e ilitTi ri tit :nlvii- "Adm.i.om.i.n'r" -a""""' JOB PRIN...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 May 1858

r."iv.'oi -rat? atcolc 3AXOi at t.'i.'i: i :.'. a ta .'" ! ts.11.-11 r:uM L'trorL'. T:..- -c"-A tV ' i rrcn!,...-.-..-.i,r li.LT . ! .... , . U... ilrtl ".. i .11. I'.iM -' lift .!: i :u t ; I-.;;; (V.i c :i?il. I. . r.r.ril cud fv.ircJ a a I o. T! o FaKs Men ih ri i i.li "a la u it wus i rnl joorr.ij o i tifesj'ed allia'.'i tlu boei ch if the OJhf.r. jouma'n gave g ,;j.i.' : ... if the trial. A Far.3 cor a lae lltnm ror t.nd Lia oJvi- .r.- -tut r. : :.-.! the natt-T w Uii m-iiSerenre i. it iiuw ti.i,' i.nu'Hiv-c viil'bo employed by From-!) r 1'h o)cr..l!o:;i i-o tt;. 'A ;i.itit'c c.-Ak wcro n. 'iv. iy fi-t?..!t '. 'l'ho 1'. ft cits r; : c Nii'.T-ri wc"!t" lu ct-in pcllc-l to ltavu l.'.v lr:th i.t Plymi'.tii vu the bigh tide of M iv loth, rr reci.ii.i i.tii ttit r tnoi.'.b, as Lor Ureal ti'.li't Wool J prCVt l.t ll'T Retting out, c . iu. tl: h.'rhv.-t sta tf the- tide. The ; .n wi:ii tho new paying out tnachiii-t-ry t.ivj:: ft :i-.r-.l satisfaction. A.rl.ul , f V j .'. nrtinr from l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 May 1858

; - -" ' -v j - - - --(,. -i-n v ; , - y --'""-( cononBssioriAL procebbinqs. Wasuinotc, April 27. SwutB.Tbe tnorulng hour having et Jjired, the special order, thoOoufcrence Com tmtUo KeporL then camo up. Mr. Critlen. wiiiooa vub uoor. u earn that tho ofTer muds by the Committee of Conference on the substitute presented ia merely equivalent to btibe of the publio lands, to accept the Loeomptoti Constitution. 11 went on to sny mm me conierence substitute is a poor, and imperfect bill adopted by tha House. After defining his position for adhering to w uiiu-nueu oiii aoopieu ty the House, in preference to tlia Conference substitute now offered, ho invited the Senate impartially, to do justice, without recrimination, and without sectional preferences. lteferring to the geographical position of xvemucay, ne pointed out her interests as peculiarly in fuvor of the maintenance of the L'nion, and of the preservation of cordiality among nil sections. lie concluded with an earnest appeal to all...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 May 1858

4 ft 1 r g JOHN RAN DOLtl. t 1. 1. wm rrir.K. 0 Motlif-r Frth ! upon thy lap Thy weary onr receiving, And o'er them, silent as t dream, Thy irra?y mantle weaving Told softly to iliy long enibrare That henrt so wirn nd broken, And cool if pulse or fire beneath Thy shadows old and broken. Mint onl from Mm the bitter worl 1, Am! serpent his of ecoriiiiir;; Nor fct the storms of yesterday Disturb hi quiet morning, . Bmatli rver him lorjreifulnes Of' all save doeda o( kindness, And save o mile f grateful eye. . 1're-fiJown bit lida in blindness. There where with living ear mid eye, He heard Pat.im.ic's fl.iwitig, And through Uia tall ancestral trcea Saw Autumu'a sunset glowing, Iii? rlccps jlill looking to the west, beneath the (lark wood shadow, A a if licelill Would see thn aim fink down on wave and nicidnw. Bard, saga and tiihunc! in himself All moods of mind contrasting The leiid.'rent wail of human woe, The fcorn like lightning blusting; The pathos which fiotn rival eye I'nwilliiiS ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 May 1858

I ,4. . 1 .. f -: 1 - 1 - - e- , . r .1 , min D NEW SERIES, VOL. 11, NO, 8. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1858. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. No. 34 If mm Ml The Sunbury American. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSES, Market Square, Sunbury, Tenna. TRM8 OF BuTsCKIMIOll. . t ARS er mnim to be raid half year- ...paid. TO CLTJBSs Three Copies t one address ...". 10 0 en Z. .... S 0 Fifteen - lhr ,ub Five dollars i I In savanc. wm i'" - - etlersconiaininK -, : . - ,..,..--. - - - . . juey sr. iieiiii.. ed to do im nu- - X E H M OF ADVERTISING OneSqunreoflS lines' 3 times, ' . " . ' r'veryaubwqMnt Insertion, . tine Square, 3 montha, " . . pix montha, One F,ye inM, per annum, 1 M as 3 (10 s oo 8 no 3 00 with the privilege"' - , 'nJrgrAdyr.itnen.., a. pe, agreement. JOB paXNTIWO w, l,.vt connected with tur eirlalMiahment a well ae leeTed ?JS OFKICB! which wilt .wbh, "c fcff. n"t atyl, v"Y ""' "'' ATTORNEY AT LAW, 6UNBUHV, PA. Bu.ines. attended Win th.Count.e.o Nor humherl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 May 1858

i-ntcr from t lah. Severe Snow Norms Prvvieivns lecoming Scarce Movements of Itcinfirrctmcnts. St. Lolls, May 10. Tho Independence Despatch unni uuces tho arrival of Mr. Muson, who left Camp Seolt March 3d, but li is newt is Dot important. (.Jen Johnston was anx iously awaiting tin arrival cf Cupt Murcy. The health of tho army continued remark ably good. Provision! were becoming icarce, but Supplies were soon trspveted from Volt JLarauiie. Mr. Mason was detained cTrr,tpin Jars iu Consequence of snow storm?, lie nut Coltf nel HctTmau's command 140 mile! beyond Fort Kearney. Twelve, hundred trorps have arrived here within three diij, the great pro portion cf whom proceed immediately to Leavenworth. The Kepublicau'a Leavenworth Correspond ent notices a rumor from Camp Scott that Captain Marcy's detachment nud supply tiaiu canuot reinforce General Johnston until the end of Juno. The Itepubluau discredits' this statement editorially, and sins thut Capt. Many cannot be de'tained mu'iu tha...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 May 1858

At DEATH OF A-nKVOLOTIONARV HEROINE' Wt'hav read the following from H'he lionet daU Democrat, published in Wyn County, VenBylvania, with the most live; interest nd yrt it to our readers entire t . In Fcbraory Inst we chronicled the death ot Mr. Michael Grennell of Clinton Township at the advanced ago 'of one hundred and .six years. To-day we bare to record the decease of Mrs. Sarah Benjamin, in Mount Fleasaot Township, on the 20th instant, at the still greater longevity of one hundred and fourteen years, five months, and three days. Her maiden name was Sarah Mathews, and she was born in Uoshen, Orange, County, N. Y.,on the 17th of November 1743. She pas thrice married. Her first husband was Mr. William Reed. He served in the Revolution ary struggle, and died of a wound received in Virgiuia. Her second husband was Mr. Aaron Osborne of Goshen, N. Y. He also was in the army tT Vbe Revolution, but sur vived the war. Her last husband wa's Mr. John Beniamin with whom she settled in Mount ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 May 1858

f SONG OP TOE SEWISO-MA-CHINE. 8T ORORGR P. MORRIS. I'm the Iron Needle Woman ! Wrought of sterner stuff lhan clay . And, unlike the drudges human, IVcvcr weary night nor day ; Never shedding teare of sorrow, NeTer mourning frinJ untrne, Mevei raring fertile morrow, iS'cver begging work Id do. Poverty brings no disaster ! Merrily I glide aloti?. For no thankless, fordid master, Ever socks to do me wrong : No extortioners oppress mc, No insulting words I dread I've no ehil Jron to diV?9" nie With uncrating cries for bread. I'm of haidy form and feature. For fiidurnuee framed aright ; I'm not pale misfortune's creature, Doom'd life's battle here to light i Mine's a song of cheerful measure, And no under-rurrents How To destroy the throb of pleasure Which the poor 10 seldom, know. In the hall I hold my station, With the wealthy ones of earth. Who commend mc to the nation for economy and worth, While unpaid the fomilc lubor, In the attic-chamber lone, Where the smile of friend or neighb...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 May 1858

itxxmn NEW SERIES, VOL. 11, NO. 0. SUNKUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1S5S. OLD SEMES, VOL IS. NO- 3 0 The Sunbury American. rUBLISlIED EVERT 6ATTJRDAT BY II. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, renna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, TWO DOLLAR perannMmtohepninhsirrenr ty m n Nopapir J.ontinacd unl.lALL.rrc.rugc. r.pn- TO CLUBS: Three Copie. to one adilrees Seven Ho. A. dO. t 8 0 in 0 uu 0 Five dollar. In ..Ivance will pay for three year', .ub Citl:n:.er.Aw.ur'pTct our n,., and I frank ed lo do thu under the Port Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, On Pumre of 13 lines' 3 timet, l.very subsequent insertion, ... Unc Square, 3 months, Fix miilh, ' . line VL'ar. I! i -uU or Five line., per .iimim, -Mr.luuit.oiulolli-r..i"lveit,.,i,pl;y the vr, Willi the Privileeof inserting diflweiitauvci 1ieinents weekly. , f I 00 S3 3 Ml S 110 f 00 3 00 10 00 i f Larger Advertisements, o per si'" JOB PHINTIN.O- V.hnv. canceled Willi mir eslnl.lishnienl a well se leeTe.I Jem liFHU-:. which wil...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 May 1858

IllUIII.U 1 HOiVI tTAII. Col. Kane, the Peace Xegntiatur Governor Cummin g in Suit l.alc City. Ht. Lot'i, Mny 1". The following addi tiutinl particulars rrom Utub have been de rived by tlio Jlrpublican from Mr. Garish, who left Camp Scott April 12th. Wbilo his iufonnntion does not fully corroborate the news already given, it loaves no room to queBtion lbs fact that Governor dimming bad enterod Suit Lake City. Col. Thomas L. Kane, who was f cot oat n Ponce Commissioner via. California, arrived nt Salt I.oko on the 2oth of lobrunry, and remained there eight days. He then pro ceeded to Camp Scott, and while there fre quently passed from tbe Camp to a placo of conference with the loading Mormons outside. In ptirsuunco of the negotiations there eutered into, Governor dimming left Cump Scott on the 6th of April and was met by a gentleman on the 9tb, when two days travel from the city. Ht wus accompanied by Col. Kano, aud was escorted by Messrs I'oitor, Rock well, Egan and others, Mormons....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 May 1858

MILITIA HILL. "W copy from the Reading Gazttte, a sy nopsis or the new militia law. It embrncoi U the main features or tbo Bill, and will no doubt be quite interesting to many or onr readers. Section 1 provides that all able bodied ojute male citizens between theajesof twen. 1y Oh9 Bd rorty.fi ve years, and not exempted tj Wo J"8 f the United States, shall be subject to military doty, excepting persons in the Attny at.'d Navy of the United States, Ministers of the Gospel, Professors of Colle Res and School pwctors. and Judgos of the Courts, topether wi'th persons regularly and bonorablv u'iscriai'f,d from the Army or Navy of the United Sta tes, or from the Mili tia of this State, or any o. t"e United States; ind all persous who have served for seven consecutive years in a vmit.',rnled compnny, the proof or such gorvice to bo the cortiticato of the commanding officer. Section 2 provides for the ann.""" assess tnentofall persons liable to military duty, at the rate of 00 cents each, 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. — 22 May 1858

j 0 c i v g LUNATIC VI.JKQE3. MiMr, wli.i t'ui nUno ri;(h, of 7YtVn. is nmv in t'le'spwl- : nrl Tus-hip A; A few toy omi-fi lie v.T,.!e Hit fu!l Win:i vw U'S iin.Wcm Ibcm to u friend in J -Jelo, win hiul !!i.-n, in-crlcl in tU HtmU ; Crjii.' : ri.ilr jpliar-. ami King, rH'ilt.iirrri l.itiiMB VIiif;, Al.itei'.h! unci t( inpr ; Wr.n, fi.itn mini i nmiti:r ;'"'" C 'riTu-ioii i j j. iofus,ii. I auglinig nn n .;tJ tr iti urn, J othorvn ni.-l chine men,. Vrcfliliiii. prayict Jii'litii;", -:.jic In car r.ii:tufi- n J-.,l:l9 cf cur..'.c iu te inr, 1.1lJ;1 hvT. :;g'it nt.rhf;;f i.i'r, I)mv ft t. l;crc us or?y :t); o ; Hi;.. jvir-itsMes, co sVrrt CVf ih?r-'!9-;(i:'lo I"-.'...!, AC fi.r v.r.jf.-iry Mt.li "f j'uKice, Uri.-.h.s r! Men "f ell .i ni'jii f plili:, Drinking, iJiiiiKii.p. bz we-iyltlJ, JI.'illuoiMifoil j.J..j.!cr. J.nurUiu J Me-1. Hello ! Cnuuiics North Oliio, Kni'liiFkf, ClcvalmiJ, '.Mod Pel id J-ihit Jtn.iUeij iier.', yonkiiw Loi'jiiti!' clan' Mir ;:niL , s", Uring Vui un ;unl tile...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 May 1858

he SERIES, VOL. 11, NO. 10. SUNBUltY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA .-SATURDAY, MAY 21), 1S5S. OLD SERIES, VOL 18. NO- 30 Sunbury American WISHED EVEUY SATUMUY BY H. B. MASSER. let Square, Sunlxtry, Vcnna. MS OF sTuS CH1PTION. ill i.tlts pit annum to! paid half year " Norlpitn iliioonlliiueil uuliULLOrrcaiogc. TO CLUBSi lo one addief jj JJ t. t. as r in advnnc will pay f"' " ,llb liMrtlpll-aclMOu. Anii. nd frank mill ,Bi,iciiption inuusy. Thy ai rcim.t i uuJet .e I'-"' Cnx l.w. MS or advertising cf l'J lines' 3 times, quint inrettiun, , i lUOIlttli, " fl 00 S5 3 00 5 UO 9 00 a oo , .. I'.vi. lini. pr linnmi, ml elliers.t.. .--aitrciiUiWci-Ptivili;ci'f iiikiI"."""" jo w MVAJ.-crl!MintnW, ns pei '"'"" JOB PRINTIM.fi' rniifeta Willi our Mtnl.lul.ment n well IS 1'KflCK, which will ennble us to txnule CM :., tviry u.illly I iil 1 ORNEY AT LA W , 6UZTBUHY, PA. i attended to in the Counties .if Nor Union, Lycoming Monloui and Ivhrcnce in VhiUnh lyhia : K. Tvn.w, sn,n!iras8 Chi. OiMions. r.'l l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 May 1858

THE AMERICAN. ARRIVAL OP THE CITY OF WASHINGTON. roiR DAYS LITER FROM EVItOFE. Ministerial Ciisit in England Resignation of Lord Ellenhorough. Nkw York, May, 23. The stoamship City of Washington arrived this evening from Liverpool, with dates to Wednesday, tlio 12th inst. ORKAT BRITAIN. Resolutions have been proposed in tho House of Commons by Mr. Cardwcll, and in the House of Lords by Lord Shttftefhury, cen suring the Government for the publication of their dispatch to the Governor General of India in regard to his first proclamation to the people of Oude. Lord Llluuburoogh as sumed all the responsibility for this act, and resigned his post in tho ministry, which was accepted. Tho London Times says that the resolu tions censoring the Government will be sup ported by Lord John Mussel and the IVelito party, as well as by the friends of Lord Tut merston. Speculations were rife ns to wheth er ministers would resign or dissolve Parlia ment iu the event of the resolutions passing. All th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 May 1858

i now, from Uuli f. contrdictory nnd factory. Is to the raal intention of the oos The Nw York Timet pablishei omng from Fort Bridger, April 3th. le Gilbert, Eq. loft Sao Francisco, Ua a on tbo 9th tiny of March, and arrited t Lake City on the evening of the 2d. ' April. In hi passage through the on RoUlotnenU, he was kindly received itertaincd. Th people wrt allprepa- 0 leave the Valley. On his way up to ty, he fonnd the rood lined with families g 8oulb among whom, neat Provo City, '. Drigham Young and Ilebtr C Kimball vr families, lirighnm himseir, howe itsoqnently returned to the city, arri here the evening following Mr. O. arU Ho also passed a large number of wag oing up from the Southern settlements ist the brethom residing in the Northern tnenti to move. current report was that they vert all e to the White Mountain in the South, rn part of the Territory on the western ftbeUrent Desert. The women and en wore to move immediately, whilst all !hting men were to remain at a rear I. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 May 1858

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