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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 July 1855

nmsm i Sr. ) -: SUNBURY. NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1855. OLD SERIES, YOL- 15. NO. 44. EW SERIES, YOL. 8, NO. IS. My .' Ho Sunbury American, ' FURLISHED IVIKf SATURDAY BY H. B. MASSEB, . ' Market Square, Sunbury, renna. 'f KHMS OP 9 V B 3 CRIPTION. TVTO DOLLARS per annum to b. pa'd half yearly in drance. N o paper discoiitii-'ieu until all arrearages are Aeom'rnnnication. or letter, or, bualnej. tel. mg to h. office, to insure attrition, tnnstlHJ 1 OSr PAIU. .., j TO CL.UHS. rhie copies to one addresi, J ee,i D ,, -rr.'ve'd dlar. I advance will pay ff t" jest's sub- rription to me mmmi. ('.-.masters will please act at our Ase i.ts and frank .t..ri.1ii.n mmirv. 1 ucv are periiiu- SMerscow mj, m, - - ,' . - J to dJ tin. nudw the l'ost Onus Law. TERMS OF AUVERTI9IN0. (,.. a, ...,. of It lines. 3 times. flOO 80 303 600 POO 3UU .very suliscnueiit insertion, ne S iuaie, 3 months, Elix months, iMne year, R. r....t. ..r n.,,. litip.. ner annum. fMorrhnnts nnd olheri, adve...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 July 1855

NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY TROPOKO LOAN. Wo publish' below ft statement of Hie con. tlition ornl prospects of tlio Nortliorn Crutrnl Railway Company, exhibiting the advnnta- gcs to bo derived from the ira the extension or that work to its cor.noctian with tho Southern nnthrncfto region of Pennsylvania, and the 1 ennsylvnma aul. Now York railroads. I'heso are so well got forth in tho document itself that wo need only refer tho reader to them. An application will be made to our citizens for the snlo of tho bonds of tho com pany in order to complete the work, both from its Nortlrem termination to its connec tion with other roads, and from its present termination in Baltimore to navigable water nt Cantoh- Tho torms of tho loan, and tho , nmple security offered for it, will .recommend tho bonds of tho company to the fnvoroblo consideration of capitalists. Somo of tho bonds hnv already been disposed of: I bo Northern Central Railway Company nro about making a contract to complcto thoir road...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 July 1855

LIST OF JURORS For August Sessions, 1855. GRAND JURORS. Srnt RT James Covert, Jacob Mart, Daniel Ilcninger. . - Milton llenl. IJantr. Turbut Jabob Marsh, John Lcidy. Delaware Jamos Evoret, Deter Shaffer. . LEwis--Jacob Mengas, fm. 8; Montgom. ery. Cini.isQnxQUE-i-D. J. CbuI, James Shearer, 7?rmi. nntmnn. John r ornwnlt. Upper Augusta George Gaul. Lower AIthjsta Win. Bartholomew. CI i - i 1. ' 11 1 OIIAMOKIS iUUVIIlUBJ I U1B1UK. ' Rush George Gearhoart; Isaac Eppling, Fnilip Hilo, 'Jhomas Vastine. Tackon Charles Rotharnicl. G amerox Leonard Kerstetter. Upper MAnANOT JohnErdman. TRAVERSE JURORS Sunbury John Sncece, Wm. Drindle, Eli Kerlin, Andrew Hoover, Jacoh J3right, Solomon ltrociouB. Nortuumberlakd Goorgo Slmner, Jacob Ilimo. Miltos acob Miller, Samuel Shadman, Henry V. Follmer. Lewis Philin Uoun. Ir. Delaware Isaac Vincont, jr , Conrad Ilauchabuch. John Hochland. Ciiii.iaouaock William Purdoo, John Bartholomew, Joseph Frederick, John P, Miller. Point Wm. Vankirk, Gilbert Vandling...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 July 1855

r it KITTEN GOSSIP. BY t. WKSTWOOD. Kitten, kitten, two months old, Wooly enow ball, lyinn rnng, Cnrl'd up in the warmest fold Of the warm hearth nip, " ' Turn yonr drowsy head this way. What is life T Oh, Kitten, say I "Life f ' said the Kitten, winking her eyes, And twitching her tail in a droll surprise "Life f Oh, it's racing over the floor, Out at the window and in at the door j Now on the chair back, now on the table 'Mid balls of cotton and skeins of silk And crumbs of sugar and jugs of milk, AH so cosy and comfortable It's pattinsr the little doe's ears, and leanintr Round him and o'er him while he's sleeping waning mm up in a sore ntlnglit, Then off and away, like a flush of light, Scouring and scampering out of sight. Life? Oh, its rolling over and over un tne summer-green turf ana budding clover; Chasing the shadows as fust as they run, Down the garden paths in the mid-ilay sun, Prancing and gambolling, brave and' bold, Climbing the tree stems, scratching the mould. "That...

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 August 1855

, 4 NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 19. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1855. OLD .SERIES, VOL-'15. NO. 451 The Sunbury American, rcBusnm ivtm iaturdat BY II. B. MASSEIt, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS net annum to be paid hnlf yearly In advance. No panel UiecoiUii"iel until all arrearage! are paid. All communication or lettera on bimineta relating to tne office, to maure attention, muat be I'US I I'AIU TO CLUBS. Three copies 19 one address, S6 00 ,(en D Bo 10W Fifteen Do 90 00 , Fivedillara In advance will pay lot three year's sub. scriplinn to lire American. Postnviatera will plwiae act as our Agents, and frank lottera containing sunaenntmn money, l ney are permit' twl tu do thia under the Post Office Law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1nc Snnmc of 14 llnea, 3 times, 'f ,very auUsequent inaeition, - .One Sqcn.e, 3 months, fix mouths', ' Vine rrAT, l mines. Cards of Five lines, per annum, Morchaiits and others, advertising by the yeni, wit...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 August 1855

From th Amflfiran Orpnn. TILE APPOINTMENT OF TIIBPOSTMASTEn OKNERAL. Wasiukotok, July 26, 1855. To the KtlUor of the American Oronn Sir : Keferriiiiy to the statement made by me in nn oration delivered on the 4th instant, and to my card dated 13th instant, on the subject nflho appointment of Postmoster Ucneral Cmnpliull, and the knowledge of that appoint ment communicated by the Tope's Nuncio nt Madrid to the lion. Mr. Barringer, then Minister to Spain, I have now to' ask you to copy into tho Organ the following letter, re ceived by me a few days sinco, from lion. Kenneth Haynor, upon whose authority my statement on this point was made, and whoso present letter vindicates me on tho poiut re ferred to : Rai.eioh, N. C, July 19, 1835. "My Dear Sik : I havo received yours of tho 16th Inst., in which voti YoGaa to thn de nial by tho Union newspapor, oftho truth of me Biiuemeni turn spoken or by mo in my speech at 'Washington, and afterwards by yon in your oration of the 4th) of Hon. Dan...

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 August 1855

I' ANBURY PRICE CURRENT MIT. I It i, 9S0 135 90 M 90 25 10 ?0 13 7 125 13 '. , 5 )lT. ... 'OTiTOH, hutru itlCKLIB Flit. BoTTM. East, PORK. Fnxiiis. Tallow. New Advertisements. JtJOTICE. Persons havjng licenses to pay, will please call and Mttla before or it Au fust Court. All licenses remaining unpaid after Jiat time will bo placed in the hands of a Justice or collection. , . F. BUCHER, Treas. 8nnbury, July 87, 1855 2u STRAY HOHSE )5 REWARD. OTRAYED away from the stable of John f Hummel in Northumberland, on Sunday sight last, a light bay horse, aix years old, and about 14 handa high. He haa a .mall atar or white mail on the forehead. Any person who will return the horns to John Hummel, North umberland, or give information where he can be found, will receive a reward of five dollars. WM. BURTON. July 21, 1855 3U FOR SALE I 2 BLACK Bob Tailed Horaea will work wtll singly or together, in harness or under taildle. Apply to HENRY LONGENECKER & CO., Shamokin Iron Works, .. . Shamokin...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 August 1855

SUNBURY AMERICAN. ALSIA1JAG FOIl 18S5. MW.1I i JvLV. Jar. 1 fl Ifll si fl TpjrS 8 ln 19 13, 1(1 911 97 9 n, in, i,n; Ti 9 3! 9 10' 18,171 14 IS 16 17 a I ,99 93,94 2'J,3n,3l 28 S!l 3(1 Fn. 1 4 Auo. 7 19 13 14' 11 111, 13 14 is! in is m, an ai 1019091 29l23'91 ;5 3i7i33 90.9798 90130I3I Mai. 4 Sll-T. a " 6 7 11 19 13 14 0 in 11 19 13 II 1019(1 91 1R11R 9lll21lMl 23i94 j30 31 16,17 18 jssiaa.srRM.ai) 93 94;9S 96 47 98 ; Ars. 1 a 4 7 Oct. 1 3 4 8 10 11 19 8 n is in 89 93 n is; 13 14 9H9I 97.9S, P IS 99 90, 18, in 17 18 1(1,90 91 93.90, St) 30 I I 21 3 Hi in II7 J KU 41 gt 3 o'ni 16.17 Mat. Nov. I S 19 13 1 99 93 91 9,30.31 'lli 911 ,95 20 971 21 -99 99,9!l l n' 91 Jos Dec. 5: e' 7, ! - . I 8 3 4 n nil 11 I913I4 12' ml 14 is I0i9(i;9l 99 90 97 9tl 99 IHiSII 91, !A 17 lf f!l 91 95 87Isb; Pf ' 3 1 1 farmer's department. A FARMER'S WIFE I'LL BE. I nm a wild itml lnnghing girl, just turned of sweet sixteen, As full of fun and mischief as any you liavc seen : And when I nm a woman grown, no ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 August 1855

"-.""3 f ' i i EllUlll 'MIT KEW SERIES, VOL 8, NO. 20. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL- 15. NO. 40. P- Ants is - 2uiienaiii r S 1 ! The Sunbury American, ruBLiiHiD aviar satobdat BY H. B. MASSES, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. WO DOLLARS ner annum to ha twlri hir,..rt i advance. No paper diacouurved until aw, arrearages are All enmntanieatinne or letter, on business relating to TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, ftgoo Seven D Do to 00 riueen bo Do so 00 Five dnllari In advance will pay for three yeu'e sub- -u.ip.ivi, u lub American. Postmasters will please act a. oar A (rent., and fmnk letter, contniniiifr subscription money. They aire permit- vu w uu mis uuuer mei'osi umce law. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, jftne Snunie of 14 lines, 3 'times, tivery subsequent insertion, line Squats, 3 months, Six irnmtas, One year, business Cards of Five lines, per annum, Merchants and others, advertising by the 100 M S( 600 800 300...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 August 1855

Califowa ffctos.. ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHERN LIGIIT. LATER FROM CALIFORNIA AVriry a Million in Treasure Arrival of Col. H. L. Kinney in Nicaragua Extraor. tfinarjr Gold Product Duels in San Fran, citco, Fire$, J-c, N YottK, Anjr. !.. Tbo steamship Northern Light, From 8an Jonn. arrived at her wharf at 9 o'clock this evening, coming up unannounced, owing to tha thick waather. The Northern Light brings dates from San Francisco to the 16th of July, 413 passengers, end $940,085 in treasure. . The principlo consignees ara os follows : Drexel & Co., $247,000 1 MctropolitBn Bank, 8100,000 Wells, Fargo k Co., $126,000 i Boss, Falconer Sc Co.. 861.000 A. Jnenhs Co $33,000 i W. H. Dunbar, $23,000 i Bank of America, $23,000 j W. Seligmnn & Co., $22,000, and others, - The passage from San Francisco lias been made in 19 davs and 20 hours. The Sierra Nevada arrived upon the 14th M J uly, with the Cholera on board, and hav ing had 32 deaths. FROM THE ISTHMUS. Capt. Walker was at Roalejo, wher...

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 August 1855

J' '. . Ctlt AMD GEO. D. lMtEftTICBi . T)M pohlic Will ltnl!iw. IVi. AiM between Mr Jafne. B. Cltt? and the editor of woornai. Mr. Clay made a speech In Lexington against Know-Nothing. im, early last month, and on the 13th a bit w personal eUackwaa made upon him in the Journal, relajjvo to hii "vandal r,nli. tion," as the Journal termed it, of the man- u ni Agniana, the borne or hie late father. On the 18th. Mr. Clay replied through the Columns of the Journal. tatinir ftint. h b.1 purchased the mansion with hie own money, ' J" request of hii father, made previous to bis death, and that he was re-buildine it, becanse of its dilapidated condition, c. On ma same oay the editor or the Journal com mooted upon Mr. Clay's reply in his paper in long and personally offensive article. In ouseqnence or these attacks, Mr. Clay ad- iresscu me lollowing note to Mr. Prentice : Aailt.Avn Jnlv-Ort IB. Sir i This note will be handed to yon by my friend Major T. Lewiuski A similar one was addrcsiwd to...

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 August 1855

) ot it b THE EAST LEAP." rT 0 LITER 1TEHDKLL HOLMES. "I saw Lira once before, At lie passed by the door, And again The pavement stones rewound, As he totters o'er the ground With his cane. "They say that In his prime, Ere the pruntag-knife of Time Cnt him down, Not a hotter man was found, By the crier on his round Through the town. "Bnt now he walks the streets, And be looks on all he meets Sad and wan .... And he shakes his feeble head, That he seems as if he said They are gone. "Themossy marble resit On the lips that he ha prest In their bloom, And the names he loved to hear Have been carved for many a year On the tomb. "My jrrandmamma has said Foor lady she is dead Long ago, That he had a Roman nose, And his check was like a rose In the snow. "lint now his nose is thin, And it rests npon bis fehiii . Like a stnlT; And a crook is in his back, And a molnncholy crack Id his laagb. "I know it is a sin - For me to sit and grin At him here ; But his old three-cornered hat, And his bre...

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 August 1855

f .- At 1 (NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 21. SUNBUIiY, N011TIIUM13ERL AND COUNTY, PA.-SATUHDAY. AUGUST 18, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL- 15. NO. 47. The Sunbury American, t oatiaaiD svtar ATCrtAt fcY H. B. MASSER, Market Square, Sunbury, Penna. . TBHM9 OP SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOI.LAItS pet annum tohs paid half yearly In sr,w.. No paper u!.cui.t.r.ed until all arrearage, are "Hi eommui.ica.loj.. or letter, or """"J"" ,0 tba ulfico, to .astir, attcnuon, m.t b, TOSr TAID. TO CLvo9 Three copiea to one addreia, w B So 00 '."dollar. In-advance will pay tnr.a yea.'a aub acriptimi to the American. r.tmr..tera will please act a. our M.ta, an I frank letter. eotnmlH .ulTip(ion money., I hoy are permit ted to do thia under the Post Office Law. T E ff M S OF ADVERTISING. OneSnuaieorU line., 3 time., tlj 'Kvetv auineqnent hi.ertUm, One Squate, 3 months, Bix m ulh, g()rj Bushiess Card, of Five lines, per anmirn, 800 Motehanl. nnd other., advertising hy the year, with the privilene of inaerting different a.Weitia...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 August 1855

'T 'wS, . ' . 1 t COT. RKIDR' REMOVAL. The Official account of Oov. Reeder's ejection from office confirm! to the fullest cxteut, the belief that be was not removed on account of hit alleged illegal speculation in Indian lands, not for any of tho reasons specified in the memorial of the Kansas leg islature, but because he would not co-opor ate with the propagandists in forcing Slavery opon the people of the new territory. A. riry brief examination of the facts or tlie case will expose the hollowncss of the pre text, that his land speculations wore the cause f his removal. Ou the 12th or June, just upon the eve or his departure for Kansas, Secretary Marcy informs M r. Reeder that he is neensed or having been engaged illegally In the purchase of lands from the ludians ; and that tjnloss thesa charges tail be explained to the Prosi .l.ni'a satisfaction, ho will be removed. At the earliest possible mouicut after bis arrivaH on the 20th of the samo month Gov. Ueeder writes to Mr. Marcy i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 August 1855

A PAINFUL SCENE. irreBpondcnt or the Boston Journal he following sketch of en incident that aor his notice i minful a scono met my tiew In the 5ui Philadelphia to New York as I or seen in journeys. A lady and iband came into the cars at the former rod were seated near ot very respec- appearance, and the lady In particu Jominonlyiutoresting. Alter a little noticed a strange manner in tho gon which seemed to indicate he was not r of the Maine Liquor Law. At every le cars stopped he evidently replen. 10 vaccuum in his throat by anewdrink, i could not sit without help in his seat, n arose hastily and wont and opened door, and seated himself in it, with hnngingAutsido. His wire was much 3d and triod to prevail upon him to , and he cave her a push which almost to the floor. Two gents rose, and. aid of tho conductor, he w as helped luced in a reclining position on one ts beneath a window. lie soon ar. full asleep and it was enough to io's heart to see the attentions that oted wife lavished...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 August 1855

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Agreeable to notice, a meeting of the officer of the County Agricultural Society wns laid nt the Court House, in Snnbury, on MoniUv. tlm 6th dny of August, itiot. Pros it, JAMES CAMERON, President, Sam'u John, 8 A. Heiuihtkesser. Vice Presidents. The ohjrct of tho meeting was then sta ted by the President, which wns to t;ke into considerntion the time ftnd place of holding the next County Fair, and to Appoint tho rovurul committees necessary to award the premiums. In pursnnnee of the recommendation of the President, that a slated nnd permanent place be fixed upon for tho lioltlini? of our annual Agricultural Fair," tho following reso Ictioti was offered and uiinniiiiously udopted. Besnlitd. That the exhibition of tho society shall bo permanently held at Sunbury, provi ded A sufficient ainoiiiit is raised by tho citi eens to defray the expenses lor said purposws, with the necessary futures. On motion of Philip llilgert, Esq., Peso! retl, That a committee of six ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 August 1855

NEW SERIES, VOL.- 8, NO. 22, SUNl3UllYvN01lTIIUM13EnLAND COUNTY, PA-SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1855. OLD SEKIKS, VOL- 15, NO. 48. Tho Sunbury' American, rceuaiitD svsnr satcrua y BY II. B. MASSER, t itarktt Square, Sunbury, Penna. TKRMS OP 80B3CIIIPTION. TvYll DOI.l.AitS per annum tuba pnid half yearly in advauoa. ,Nu paper Uisiontii"ieU until ALLarrearugea'are paid. Ail oominutiiciitlnnf or letters on litminpM retntiug tn the office, tit insure attention, mint ln POST PAID. TO CLL'US. TV., oipiaa to one tuldrrsa, HUO nveu I). Do 10 00 Fifteen o l)n anon Five tl illara in ailvanea will pay fur three yesr1. aub criptinn ti the American. P leimitleri will plense art as our Armts, and Crank letters cimtiiuiiiig siiliscrietiiin ni'mey. They are permit ed t j d tin. under Hie Post Utfice Imw. T II It M 9 OF ADVERTI8INO. 'Cine SViunir of tt lines, !l times, t'.veiy .u!i.eiuunl insertion, 'O.ie 5 inne, 3 inontlis, tn niths, Oae year, Hiisin'css Caids of Five lines, per annnm, Mm e'.itintfi anil ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 August 1855

TUB TRVB ORIOIlt OF THE LOVlsVILLK RIOT. It is certainly a tron point In favor of the Know Nothings, or JUiuisvme, mat wmie the papers which represent their opponents, confine their viets of the origin of the late riots to Tehement denunciations anJ unsup ported assertion, the Journal the American paper hue ludustriously gathered In the most impartial manner, affidavits which fix beyond doubt the entire guilt or beginning the riots, upon the foreign party. These affidavits occupying several columns in the Journal are now before us, and they fully es tablish the Aict that the Irish, long before the riots, made the most amplo provisions for warfare. We lately stated that from an examination of many of the foreign journals in thiscountry, or of those devoted to their interests, we were awaro that a feeling of bitter, uncalled for, ungratoful hatred towards everything American, has long been encouraged among both Germans and Irish, especially in the West, On this subject the Journal sny...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 August 1855

IMONt OF Til ir... aT... " lorR or OrrxioKa t Lewis, C. J. a. Pli ladelX' ZL .Vtom?rWM tene. ? lL C0nrt be,ow Proved and ck J ;LPTncr "Wding to Law. ck J. dissenting. Application for a Special Session ttt 'lV.n0.?Sltlration of t,,e condition of the ne of the Conrt it i deemed inexpedi. to Rrant tll0 p of u P ' pocml Mwipaor the Sanrem Conrt J n i. I , l" Presoni year. Tho applk a is therefore refused. r It I llmnn 1 - . " ms Progress of the Fsviin. The Nor : Arpus, of Sntnrday, any there seems to jo nbutoinent of the ravages of the fever ho city and that in Portsmouth tho fear iiseaso is still doing its work of death lout any apparent decrease in the number lctinis. The Argas comments with so 7 VJ?uB the Precipitate flight of the citi i. The contributions made hy the citi i or Haltimoro, Washington. Philadelphia N ew York wero very thankfully received. Howard Association of Norfolk was nctive in its attentions to tho sick, aud idiujj for tho wauts of tho destitute. iin News. The lat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 August 1855

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Airreenble to notice, a mectinir r-f the cfliccrs or the County Afrncnltttnil Society was held fit the Court Ilonse. in Snnuurr, on MWidur. the bib day of August, list, l'res WAME9 CAMERON. PresidPOt. Sam t JonM S A. BEnosTKESKKii. ice Presidents. The object of the meeting was ttion sta ted by the President, which wns to t ike nto consideration the time end place of balding the next County Fair, and to appoint J ,e sivonil committees necessary to uwurd tne Tii" puriuiincrt of the iwnmmeiidutmn of the President, that n Mated nnd rennnei.t ulaco bo fixed upon for the ho dinp of iur annual Agricultural Pair, the following " lction was odVred nnd iinnnniimndy mlopti-il. Resolved, That thcexhibition of the society shall be permanently held nt Snnnmy, provi dfd a sulliciont amount is rained fcv the i-iti-runs to defray tho expense for fuul inti-pou"., with the necessary fixtures. On motion cf Philip lliltfort, l.sc., hcs:. ....I Tlmt a cominitteo of six bo appointed ...

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