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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 May 1855

. i r -i NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 8. SUNIUJItY, NOltTlIUMUEHLAND COUNTY, TA -SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL 15 NO; 3i The Sunbury American, Pt-L1IRtO VEt SlTVItDAT BY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TfiftMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLAR9 per siinntn tobs paid half yearly in advance. No paper uiacontii'ueil until all arrearogea arc All ei'imnunicMinrti nr lettera on busineM relating to tha cMce, to inaura attention, mint ba POST PAID TO .CLUIiS. 'I'tirca copies to one address, ".son Snvsn Dn . Da 10 Uu Fifteen Do SUfKI Vive d 'liars in advance will pay fur line, yeat'a sub ftwrit'tlon to the American. l'osttnasters will please act as ctttr Ar-enta, and frntik letters eoittmiiiiig- subscription money. Tliey are permit red t j do tliis under the l'oat Office bow. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Vnu Smiih.o of U Una, 3 timet, t.vcTV salae.neiil insertion, Hue Squill e, 3 months, ""in oioiitha, One year, 'asiiteM Caida of Five lines, per annum, taeichnnts and nthere, ndveiU.int ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 May 1855

' 1 Calitenia flttus, Anivnl of the Illinois. LATER FROM CALIFORNIA Thr wrcc k of the Golden Age. Safety of her I'ufrenrjtr and Treasure. Xtw York, May 13. The now Ootn California bronglit by tlio Illinois, was con YPVO d fniiii Kingston toHavauabytbe steam thip I'd Iorado. The Illinois brings about 700 pn'nP""' nnJ 81,115,000 of the treasure saved fromlM wreck of the Golden Age. The Disaster to the ulcamship Uo'ucu Age i reported as follows by her pirser, AY m. ""April 21UI..-AI 2 o'clock A. M.. struck on a sunken rock oltthe southwestern of the island of Uiearon. Ship commence.' lea ki g badlv. nu.l it deemed advisable to run the Fhin'i horo, whh h was accordingly done on a smooth , sumly bench, selected lor the pur- ''"'IVro U n stronj probability of the ship being got oil'. After a detention of two clnyj, tho piisenr-crs, mails nnd treasure were tn kon offbv the steamship John L. Stephens, which was rant from l'annniafort'ie purpose. The passengers wore landed at I'aiiuma on tho...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 May 1855

AX ACT TO FROTECTKKEPERSOFHOTEM, . IMN8AXD HOARDING IIOISKS Feclion 1. Bo it enacted by tho Senate and IhiLsn of Kflpresentativcs of tbo Common wealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly mut, and it is boreby enacted by tho authori ty of the same, That whenever the proprie ttrs of any hotel, inn or boarding house shall provide a pood, luiBcient and secure oafe in tho office of such hotel or other convenient place for the eafo keeping; of any money, Roods, jewoiry aud valuables belonging to tho guests aud boardors of such hotel, inn or boarding houso, and shall notify tho gucsta und. boarders thereof byplacingm every lodging-room, parlor nnd public hall or other conspicuous place, printed cards or notices -staling tho fact Unit such safe is provided, in which poods, jewelry and valuables uiny be deposited, and that tho proprietor or propri etors thereof will Tint bo responsible for said money, goods, jewoiry and valuables, unless deposited in said safe, and if any such guest or board...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 May 1855

Jf a v in c vf s : ) c p a v 1m cnt From tlie Germantowa Telegraph. ALT-EXPF.RIMEKTt Mr. lCnnon: In the course of liiy ngri vullurul rending, 1 bad frequently met with Hccount tiftlie ittccfsful ue of tn.lt ns a fertiliser. I hnd nut, however, had nny pJi publo dcnionstrntioii of it eflk-ucy, and tlierc lore determined to give It n impni-tird trial. I wns ol?o desirous of ascertaining, if iraeti ritble, its exnet specific vultie us compiii-i-d with other tiiauures of established rhnraoter ;;unuu, poudrette, sttpor-phosiilitits nud thi? liko. In order that 1 might secure n-u1t which would bn perfectly satisTartoiy so Lir !t loait as tliu cilort9 of a single season uiiylit bo deserving of reliance I seleelnil i piece of light, loamy land which had lain for several vmm-s four, i think in pra33. It wa9 j.-t-fictly lvcl, with few stones and those few of sniull size, and without a single stnmp'or bush on the whole piece. This land I broke up to the depth often in.hrs in the fall briiijiii...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 May 1855

wu mum niuiumiiija!HiM.LimffjiiMLimm NEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 9. SUNBUIIY,'" NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, T A. -SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1855. OLD SERIES, YOL- 15. NO. 35; ess ....... i: ' ; ; . The Sunbury American, rCBLltBlD CVIKf SATUnDAt BY H. B. MASSF.H, ' . Market Square, Sunbury, Vcnna. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. TWO noi.LAIlS per annum to he pnid half yenrly In J t '!".. Mo paper iliscontii'iieil until all urrirn(rus are ... . i mnnn-e ri me or letters on 1iuelnss relating to Is. j ilcs, lu ii.ik. t Attention, mn.t i rJSl 1'Alli TO CLLB9. Threa eonlss to on address. Five dollars la advance will psy for three year's sub Mriptlon to the American. Postmstters will please a ns our Awiiti, mid Trunk litters (.mlnintng subscription money, 'JstfJ' 018 P"1""' 4 to da tills under Hie IVit OS Law. TCKMS OF ABVEKTHIM' oe Snusie of 14 linen, 3 timet, Every subsequent in.tition, On Fquste, 3 mouths, Six months, One yertr, Business Cards of rive linee, jt annum, Merchants ail, othort, advertise.' by ! yenr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 May 1855

Jfomgn $lctos. Arrival of (he Baltic. LATER i nOM F.IHOPB. Th nlpnnmliin lialtic. villi advices from Liverpool to tho 6th iustant, arrived at ISew York yesterday. . Tho interest of the news bos in the opera tions before Sebastopol, tho dates from which, by telegraph, nre to the 4th instant, tho day previous, to the suiling of tho steamer. Tho British government is very cautious in giving out intelligence But the fact thnt, on the 2th ultimo, nineteen days after tho bombardment had commenced, thn Allies had still mndo no progress warranting an as ault, shows tho depornte nature of tho de fence and the little hopo there is of taking tho town. The last dates say that tho Allies temporarily suspended their fire on tho l!8lh, bu'. we do not hear subsequently of then hav ing resumed it. Tho advices from Sebastopol nro to the th i nst. Tho allies were steadily gaining ground, having captured ulltlie Russian outworks. Sanguinary ci.connters wero freo,nont, and ft largo unniber of Russian mo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 May 1855

UkRtXa OVTRaOK A!D nOBBF.RY I BAL- - ! ''tIMOItS COUNTY -MARYLAND. "EllendaW the rpaidence of Mr.- GuaUviis Broun, near Franklin, vu made, on the night or the 27th ultimo, the ocene or a diplay or a proe or crime and lic-roifim fully up to nny. A, 1,1 romHnpe. modern or ancient. The T owiotiton Advocate furnishes the twrticn. . lurs of the affair to which we allude, and 4 which we transcribe entire : - It appears that about two month since. Mr. II, hired iu his family as enrrinro driver and gnrdener, a younfr man about 2ir"vear9 of fre, named John Oliver, and being about to o to tho West, for a short time, left him do- mesticned in his household. Mrs. U., not lik'n tho conduct or Oliver, discharged ' him in tho parly part of the present month, and did not see him njrtiin until tho nipht in -question. On that night, about. 12 o'clock, she wns wnkmed by a slight noise near her chamber door, resembling the movements of a dog, and supposing that one of the form dogs Una been fastened up...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 May 1855

SPARKING ST7NDAT NIGHT. Bitting in 'h cortior On a Sunday eve, With a taper finger Resting cn your ulcovfl i Starting eyes .ru rastins On your face thoir light, Bless me 1 this is pleasant Sparking Sunday Night ! IIow yonr heart is thumping 'Uainit your Smiilay vest How wickedly 'tis working On this day of rest j 1 Hours seem but minutes As they take their flight s Moss met ain't it plensntit Sparking Sunday Light ! , Dad and Maui are s-lecping On their peaceful bed, Proaming of the things The folks in meet ins "said , "Love ye oil another," Ministers recite s lilesa me ! don't we do it Sparking Suudny N'ight ! One arm with pontic prossuro Lingers round her waist, ' Yon squeeze her dimpled hand, Uer pouting lips you taste, Khe freely slaps your face, , Hut more in love than spito ; Oh, thunder! ain't it iileasaut Slaiking Sunday Night 1 Bat liavk tlio clock is striking It's two o'clock, I sntitn, As sure as I'm n sinner Tlio time to go has come j You ask with spiteful accents, . If ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 June 1855

NEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 10. SUNBUIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, R A. S ATURD AY, JUNE 2, 1355. OLD SERIES, YOL- 15. NO. 36. The Sunbury American, HBtHBID KVBHT f ATCItDAI BY n. B. MASSEB, Market Square, Sunlury, Pcnna. TERMS OP RlIHUCBIPTtnM - tvvci nmi in.... . u Vtti riimuiii ua pma nan yearly m 7 "'' 1 V'' dlc011t"",ed "" arrearages are aaleoirtmaiiieations or tetters on bu.inriis relating to - - 1 ........ w . uo . nus TO CLUU9. JTirae eopl.s to on address, 8)500 pr I Do to 00 D.j Do o 00 . . aonart in advance will par for three yeai'a sub- Sanation tn th Ai.M ' Poetmastera will pleoae act as our Agents, and frank -----.-,.,..,- Huunuripiun money, iney are periim xl in do this uuSer the Host Office Law. TEH MS OF ADVERTISING. a Bnsaie of 14 lines, tl times. SI 01 j.v.ry subsequent insertion. Was tVnie, a months, St months, Business Catds of Five lines, pir annum, Merchant and others, advertising ly Hie Tear, with the mivilrae of inaertiiia 20 305 CO" t-uo 300 -eilfi-rent advertisem...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 June 1855

abstract or tmk msroBT-- "' " ftf (ks rrcMet aa4 Mnugrn ef the Bnabmry ad Erie Railroad Cnmpany. Tho President and Managers linve doomed it proper, before calling for additional instal ments, to proHcnt to tho Stockholders a rtnlctncnt oftlio affairs oftlio Company, nnd to Indicate tlio policy nnd measures which, in tholr judgment, should niako its futuro ope rations. In doing tin's, it sltall not bo our purpose to inqniro into the causes of tho controversy tolwccn our predecessors nnd Committees of tha Into City Councils, nor to pass upon the various points at issue. Wo shall look at tho affairs of the Company ns wo find them, and direct our inquiries nud efforts entirely to tho futuro. ' On entering upon tho tlnties unsigned us, Wo found 2HJ miles of tho road extending from Milton to Willinmsport, in successful operation j the remainder of the lino between Sntibory and ltidgwny, 13C miles, under con tract) a largo portion of tho work, between liOck Haven and Sinnamahoning, nnd a f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 June 1855

Horrid child-wlrder in Delaware. Tho Dover. Sentinel ifivpi an account of a most atrociona alWr which hnpytoncit in that vicinity on last Thursday, the 24th t "A man, by tho namo of Ueorj-ro Tarlsor (colored, living just nuteido of Dover, went to Mr. BlftiiRhter'a house early yesterday tnornhifr and knocked at tho door for admis sion, When Mr. Slaughter come to the door, which he opened cautiously, ho found I'arker itanding on the outside, with a gun levelled nt him, threatening to kill him. filanghler immediately closed tho door, when Torker wont to his own house, hnd words with the girl, who lives with his wife, and shot her, injurinff horsovercly. lie then mado ofrto Mr. Oibbs' house, tho door of which ho broke open, and rushed upon Uibbs, who rondo his escape out of a hack door, not, however, beforo tho negro had discharged tho Run at him. "Oibbs made off to a neighbor's house,' by ino name 01 aioore, to givo tno alarm, whom he found, when thoy immediately wont in search of mora...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 June 1855

BtJNBTTKY AMERICAN AIcSIAH AC FOR 1 855. mm Mi " "sj i i isnn H tu at JdT. ir ri w ,i! l.i ini 17 : as SiliSOUl l -i 4 10 1 1 in 17I1S a:) 91 Hi IK IS 14l to;ai'vii 311 31 Me 1.1 14' I Srt. m il l 17 i l 4 4.1 in, an siaa 2 a 4 l 7; 9 id II 13 W! II Oct. yi 'liMl n 4 a I1jl171 Hfll . 17.1s in!n J I !M M) 87 90 I I I I I II I! Si l ; Nee. 31 s! it in 1(1,17 Mat. 4 S J 9 7 H i,f,l"!14! 11 I I3 J1 '819l 19 2l(VI S3 2.1 47W W.3U 3I 0. S7 88,80 3U fil 7 8 I2i:ill4 IS ll'8li;Sl M W 27 US S9 . JcasJ Due. ii i; ; ' ti p S' 4 iniii 17 Irt in tl!li.l1tll!l.r. irliHliii ailw tevai as 30 3ll I Jfarmcr gfparfnicnt. Sheep Shearing. A putrnt has. bwn prauted to l'ulmor Lancaster, of I?urr Oa!;, Michigan, for nothing levs than the shoariiifr of sheep by machinery, instead of a pair of eheep-unears the common way. The ma. chine, which is small and uc-ut, is hung by a strap to the arm of the operator, and placed on the body of the cheep to be p horn. By (imply turning a handle back and forth, and mov...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 June 1855

4 TI JtJIAJ I IU FO! ri'lir.,IIMir.l j n T'.i ..o i - roini.il ( 71 t V ,wmiT r-r ' it-. 1 i, u ihiii n .. m ' h r '""."'I SKI tH It A tiH,(j i ( . ,: : ...it 'jr'. .'.'.' in vV'. i lul H.I . . I .H.'.r.t Jl.I , i T -4 ' '1 . v.-V ' V V . , TTi'i 0 1 'J or 1 1 ."TIT. re n;'.' t. :--,, r it' i -' ; i. ,i . - ..v.-i " 1 " O ' ' -! , . i . i ii'i ni-:i . H - ' - '.HO II . ... - .-mr I 1 v - .4k. -4k. A. . -A U I , A K A. ' ' " ' ill ;eay; series,- vol; ,8, ' i . i . . . 1 ;The Sunbury American, t PC H li mi en tcvf u n FVBLlailED KVKllt ITIRIIAT I ; ; BY II. B. MASSER, ' ! Market Stjuari, Sunbury, I'enna. .TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DiM.I.ARS pernnnum to be nald Ji.-ilf venrlt in .... p.ici uncomii'Mcu uiiiii ALl.rrearngere i Al' nmmiiielloiu or letttn on busiix-m rHnling to V ' ; to cLtus. ,, .. i Thr opia to on aildreu, i 5l)0 Beven 1 D ro . , , I0d0 FnVcn . Iu Ho suiio Five dollar in Hvnce will pay Tot Hire yeat'a aub . tri(itin to tke American. '' Poatmaalera will plmae net na oar ...

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 June 1855

rontiew RIVI M PACIFIC. The Eteamshrp Pacific arrived at New York on the 30th nit., entirely unannounced. The Pacific bringi 135 passengers, among whom are the Hon. R. McLane, U. S. Com missioner to China. The intelligence from the Crimea states the progress of the siege of Sevastopol to be almost unchanged, np to the 12th tost. Pianori (the attempted assassin of Napo leon) has been executed. General Canrobert has res'gned his com mand in tho Crimea, nominally on account of ill health. . He is succeeded by Ucneral Pe lissicr. Omnr Pasba's forci has returned to Eupa- torio. .... i Large' reinforcements for the Allies are expected to arrive within ten days. The negotiations between the Western Powers and Austria aro unchanged, and the relations between Prussia and Austria are more intimate Russia notifies the German State Govern tnonts that the Czar will only hold to the first two guaranties, on condition that Germany remains perfectly neutral. France and England have presented an ult...

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 June 1855

orMg Corporation. . fnOCEEDINOS or COUNCIL. . . . , . ' , . Cortrcn. Chamber, ) 'v.. t Scnblrt, May 10, 1855. J Council met at tlie usual hour, it being the Stated night of meeting. r resent Wm. M. Rockefeller, Chief Bur gessj Shindel, Fry, Druckemiller, Beck. Covert, Bright, Snyder, Clnrk, Haas and Smith. ' Geo. B. Weisor, duly elect Assistant Bar gess. tiarinf been sworn according to law by the Chief Burgess, on the 16th of May, ap peared and took his seat. On motion, minutes of Inst meeting were ' read, and, on motion, adopted. Mr. Bright, from the committee to audit unsettled accounts of Supervisors, rnnnrtorl that they were not prepared to moke their report., ami asked to be continued until next meeting. On motion, it was agreed to. Mr. Haas, from the commit joe to invest i gate the financial affairs of the Borough, s'kod to bo continued until next meeting. it motion ngreed to. On motion of John Haas, Resolved, That the Clerk bo authorized to call on Ex-Chief Burgess Youngman, ...

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 June 1855

r ' (From the OerrtisntownTelrjrar'k. ' ' ,' ,. .. boolad. "' ' iR. Editor : It i with pleasure that I ice a new spirit oporatinir amonir our ,air- .ultnrnl friends in relation to this epocies of Ad, ' in pMKlni? throiifth a portion oi we Auntry recently, I observed several of bop and that had linen clonred and drained, and Tint in course of improvement. I would licfr , leave to Btigpest, howover, that the most ef ' fectnal and economical method of reclaiming these Valuable soils, does not, in all cases, ap pear to have been adopted. Instead of rut ting the bushes, and turning out the masses of strong, fibrous roots with the plow, ft would bo far better, and give the land a much word desirable appoarnnco, to employ the 'not puller j this does the work faithfully, tnk ink out am. the roots, and with the' expendi ture of one-half the strength and capital re quired by the former tnetilind. A, to drain ing, it should bo done in tho most thorough maimer, and indued the entire operation I...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 June 1855

v 1 I i i , I I II 1 ,.:.!. t . . NEW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. 12. SUNBU11Y, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1855. OLD SERIES, YOL- 15. NO. 38. The Sunbury American, 1' ' rclLlSHtD ITIII (ATVRDAt BY II. B. MASSER, Market Sijuare, Sunbury, renna. e J. TEUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS ner annum to be raid half yearly in -.mce. .N .i paper iliscontii-'ieil until all arrearage, are All eommauicntiont of letters on businrss relating to j th. office, to injur attniuion, mum be l'OST PAID. TO CLUB. Three conies to one address, 8500 ' Peven Da Do 10 00 tifteen Do Do 80 00 Fire dollar! in advance will pay for three year's sub teription to the American. Postmasters will pleaae act ai onr A (rents, ami frmitt ; totters oontaiiiinir subscription money. They ure pennit l.d to do thii under the I'oat Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Siume of 14 linei, 3 timet, r'.very subsequent insertion, One Squaie, U months, Six months, One yenr, lliisiness Curds of Five lines, per annum, Mereh...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 June 1855

ffnrrfrm flVhic C5, LATER FROM EtIROPB. Important from the Crimea Daring Jiussian Assault Brilliant Successes of the French llussian Kntrenched Camp carried by Assault- Allied forces number 200,000 Dtbatt in the House of Commons British Ministry Sustained A New York ship (iurneH-Queen Victoria's Visit to 1'arir. Halifax, Juno 5. The Ciinurd steamship Africa arrived here this afternoon, from Liv erpool, bringing dales to Katnrdny, Mny 2C. The Vienna Conferences are to be re opened. A secret expedition is in preparation in tho Crimes. The slate of (ho siege remains in all re apctts unchanged, and it is now confidently reported that (Jen. Pellissier contemplates Mi attack upon the Hussions in the field. The motion of a want of confidence, in the House of Commons, has been unsuccessful. The latest engagement was before the Flagstaff Battery, in which the French had succeeded in destroying somo importunt llussian works, RK-OPKNINC. OF TIIK VIENNA CONFKRKNCK. On the lCth of Mnv, Count Buo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 June 1855

- Prom ths Albany Atlas. ..Ml,. AFFAIRS 131 8VRIA. Tho following-, from ft letter to 0110 of tlic tOitorg, dated "Sidon, April 11th, 1855," nf. fords somewhat of an insight Into affairs in fcyria as they exist at the present time. The attention of the Turkish government being absorbed in the war with ltussia, its provin- . cial population is left without control, with ample opportunity to manifest the discordant elements of which it is composed. The let ter sayg : "Our mails are very irregular, be cause, every littlo while the post Fs robbed - omewhere along the road. There is no gov. rnment outside the towns and cities. Rob- beries and murders are rife all over the couu " try, and no attempt is mnde to suppress them. A. few dflVfl ftffrt II. moat rnvnllmrr IrnrraAit wno nacted at Hasbelyea. One of the Emirs of 41. a e m i .1 . . .1- . . . 1 ... no icuuiu lamuy 01 mat district, snot 11 is own daughter as Bhe was lving in bed. She was wounded but not killed. The father then for ced a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 June 1855

Jarn.rr'5 gtp'arimcnt. Pmin Oermmitown Ttleiih J bOES tllE MOON AFFECT VEGETATION I Very many practical furmorswill be prompt to answer tliis query in the fiffiriimtive. 1'i.Int says that if we would collect grain for the purpose of immediate sale, we should do so at the full on lio moon i because, during ho moon's innie.ise. tho grain augments re markably in magnitndo but if we won d collect t ho grain to preserve it, wo should choose the new moon, or the decline of it. This maxim may Hnd some feeble support in tho fact, that, as a general tiling, moro nun falls during tho increase of tho moon thnn during its decrease, which may account for the augmentation of the grain in bulk, or size of the kernel ; but it nssurodly requires n ro bust Tnith to suppose that the moon at tho distance of 240,000 miles from the earth's sur face, can havo any appreciable elicit upon the grain, either hi increasing or diminishing its bulk. The same author also prescribes tho period of the full moon Tor...

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