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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 November 1855

','1 ""'L. J.1 ' iiiiiMMMumi ; iiiiii n n i la i . .iw'ii"himi'iii) . juia,. i"i 11 ij ' " .""''.";.""'M " '' . ' 1 1 1 . ' !';' "; " '"' " " rvr iW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 33. SUNJJUllY, NOHTIIUMDEItLANI) COUNTY, PA -SATURDAY, NOYEMREltlO, 1855. OLD SEUIKS, YOK- i .) .1 t ' .; e Sunbury American, riHH9IIF.il KVF.KT BATCIUIAT BY n. B. MASSER, Market S'jnare, Sunhuri, J'cnna. T K RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ro DOI.LAItS per milium In be paid half yearly in ,ce. No paper ilnciuilii-'ii-it until all. arrcurngeinre coinrnuu'ciOinnil or leltcrt on tnisine.. fcltitlng to iScb, lei uaniro nitration, mini lie POST PAID. TO CI.LliS. e conic 11 address, H5 01 , D Do ecu n Do m vo dollars in nilvance will pay f'" " J'"" ,ub .itiou tu llie American. inttruisters will plciucnpt nl our Afenli, niul frank r coniuiiiintr siilwcription minify. They r permit to ilu lliis under Hie Post twice Imw. TERMS OF AUVERTIII.NO b Snttnie of 14 line., H tline, ery .uliseiiuent inieilion, .e Spline, 3 iiinulli., I tnontlis...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 November 1855

gfomp $tcfos. c3 ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC- MTKR FIIOM fcl'llOPK Xaval lfvfilion fit OJttm Aba-tdnned. Ittirr.h'.rdmerit and Capture nf Kinburn fty tie Alius. Hriih'ant Victory hy the Turk fir Jsnn. lirndual Surrounding if the. Russian Arm; in the Crimen. luipmti'it Financial Xeiis. 77, Han!: f Lnghvid Adeaucc the Halt of Interest CMon Market Irregular, Tin- Collins limit steamship Baltic, dipt. ConMock. from Liverpool, arrived at Now York on St.turdav morning. T!ii Bailie loi't Liverpool ftt 3.1C r. M. on Saturday, 20:'i, nnd encountered hyavy wes torly galea und heavy seas fir eleven con secutive days, tuing repeatedly reduced to a rpi ed of'otiiv A miit'3 purlieu-. At midnight of Wednrs lay, '.Mth. in hit. 62, Ion. 2.", pas sed stecinship Piiciiie. On Tuesday, 3'Jlli, fil'tv mile N. K. of Cape Clear, raw u large iceberg. THE WAR IX THE CRIMEA AND ASIA. WariW, Oct. 14. Despatches from Prince Uoitsehnkoir to Princu Puskiewiteh confirm tlie news ofu simultaneous concentric nilT.mce of (...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 November 1855

rJlfc frrom ' At. Leah nefmWImn, Not. t.) THE i,At CIIT1 I? OMIIK PACUlO HAIL KOAD. klLLED AND WOUNDED. flip magnificent trnin of etui teliich left cur rity yoBtprdnv mnminir on nn pirnninn to oO'crson City to Celebrate the opening of the Pnrilic rnilrond to tlint jluce, is now a mors 01 nuns, nnu minutely worse thnn this, rmniy of tho noblo hearts that participnted in t lie prido oflLo occasion, are now stilled in dentil. Tho train, confuting of fonrtoon cars, loft tlio depot on Seventh street at 9 o'clock, crowded with invited guests, n half hour af ter tho time advertised. l?y tho time it reached Hermann this dolay was fully recov ered, thus showing the good condition of the track. After leaving Hermann tho trnin JiroL'crded with good speed, and without tho least difficulty until it reached the Gascon ade, when one of the most disastrous acci dents occurred which has yet thrown this city into mourning. Thu bridge across that stream gave way, and ten of the cars were precipitated ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 November 1855

fanner yeparfment li; . I - , . I. . I.... r". . . , , . , ......J K ,l.m M lUSt II !-IT! OU1II1. WUCTO U' Illinium- iilnmlS WHICH nl.VC ecn r.ui-1'uuv cuibu . ...r..., ..w V . .1' In ita fnnnlia fnrmi 10 lliu i mav mention hut uniim.,,,., ... ... ........... ..... known to I" rum Hie I'lnch, llii- l.oot.i, nnil the Anvil. FALL AND M'HIiO I'l.OI.'CJIIIMI. Messrs. Editors: "Such litis been fniil nml written in ri'-riinl to ploitehiii.- in 1,1U ri,'J: Some! conU'inl thnt luntl vtoii.uln-'l in tin? full i-s not lis productive rt when ploughed in the ..,,..iiiir fur snrinir in'iiilis of tin1 lironil Ciist. A- vimr ploiifili cuts n wide nml deep furrow, ( (fnr'it has u (ilroiijt team to draw il.) 1 would j I'D mnrli plca-cl to have ton or some of your j entilributors tlmt till the- si.il lor n livelihood, give opinion;, upon the tul'joi t ; fi.r t is ! i liferent import ur.co. to the fanners of this j western conn'ry. , , p n What little experience I l..nc him in ..I. nnd Fprinif plnuvhi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 November 1855

Sax mm xim SEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 34. SUNUUllY, NOltTIIUMin-ULANl) COUXTY, PA -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1855. OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. No. 8. The Sunbury American, rca'itiisi) kvii SATinn.it BY II. B. K ASSER, Market Htjiiare, fi'uutiury, 1'tnnn. TKKM9 OF 9 L' II S C It 1 1 T I O X . TWO DOLI.MtS per niirimn t paid half yenrly in aalraiic.. No panel diacontii-'ted uulil all iirriarngea are t-aia . All enminniiii-atinin -,r letters mi l.iii,ea relating in thaortiee, lu insure atle-ili-ii. must In ru.sT I'Alll. Til Cl.llir-. rsrtt eopiet I ' nddresa, 5H Seven II l" I""" Fuieeu 1)" --I'lBi K iee d 'Hart In Hilt-mire, will pa for three Ten 'a tali-tcripti.-ll In IliC American. p.iarmnlera tv H pleine nr t ns mir Ai-eats, nml frank Itltert c.ititiitMiia. snl.!-nili"H tnelii-y 'I'liey am permit lad lu do tins uii'ler Hie Tost Oilice l.nv. IKRM9 Of A D V K II T 1 S I N 0 . Oae Smime nl U tinea, 1 timta, IKreiv aalne-iaent insertion, One fVpiaie, 3 monlln, ix m-milia, One year, nmincM Cards nf F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 November 1855

THE RECENT ArCIDKSJT Of TUB PACIflC RAIURUAD. Monday last was observed in St. Louis as a day of mourning, all places of businsss be In? closed. Many of the streets through hich the) funeral procession passed wera d'aped in mourning, nnd nothing was loft un done, says tbe "Intellignncer," lo solemnise the occasion as its mournful nature demanded. The following graphic description of the Cnttstrophe is given by .lie editor of the "News," one of t lie excur?ionists.' "It is before ns now Hint terriblo scene. The moment beforo the Ion train with its load of life approached the fatal spot, mitrty were intently observing from the windows the well marked line, which separated tho thick turbid waves of the Missouri, from the pellu cid waters of the Ou'conudo : others looked out on the long bridge we were approaching, and remarked on its strength, or its fruilty i an old gentleman, whom wo thought undulv cautious or nervous, wished he was out. 'Tor, said he, "I believe that bridgo will break...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 November 1855

California Hu. ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHERN LIGHT. later from valiforkiji. 92,000,000 In Cold. New York. Nov. 11. Tho steamship vrthern Light arrived this tnornng, with ilifornia dntes to the 20tl nit. She brinjra Pjiocie the troubles on tho Isthmus hnv H induced shippers to select the Aspinwall lite. The mail steamship that left. San Francis, on the 20th ult,, had two millions in gold i Imnrd. All wns qniet on the Isthmus. The Walk ' and Chanioro party had agreed upon terms prace, and General Rivas had been ap. ilnted President after the declination of ' bilker. Tho latter has been appointed ommander-in-ehicf of the Nienrap-unn forces id Parker H. French, formerly of the Sac ttnento Tribune, has been appointed Com lipsary of War. Tho people of Nicaragua appear to bo pica d with the new state of affairs, and no more onble was apprehended. Gen Chillon it is reported, has had an en asement at Menpgru with Mendei: and COO f his troops, the latter being defeated. Don lateo Mayuga, formerly S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 November 1855

Maimer's department NOVEMBEIl. We have said a gront deal to direct atten tion to the transplantation oftrees frait and ornnmiMitnl embracing lifts of the beet, in our judgment, Tor tlmt purpose. Kit should bo neglected this aiituiiin, ns it was by so many last spring, it runnut be chnrjrpnblo to any otnisjiuii or duly by us. November if rterhnps to be preferred to tritnsplunl in au tumn ; though December, if the ground is not frozen, rnn lie used with sti'ely. For Dwarf I'onrs w prefer spring; but n n rule, it nmy be luld down, tlmt in heavy soils, or grounds with cliiy subsoils, which tire likely to retain water on or near tho surface, duriiiff the win ter, t-piinfr transplanting is decidedly the best. On tlti" contrary, when soils nin lieht. loamy, mid dry, autumn may bo the best. As to evergreen trees, nhoiit which so much is said as to the tirun when they Vl id be transplanted, it will be safest that they should cotnu under the common rule of otlierlrcos Our nur.icrics are now t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 November 1855

:W SERIES, VOL. 3, NO. .35. : SUN13UUY, NOllTllUMliJULAND COUNTY, PA,-SATUltDA Yt-NOVEMBER 24, 1855. OLD SERIES, YQL- 10. NO. 9. o Suabury American, realisms avaar .TVAf BY II. B. MASSES, - (' , . Market Square, Sunbury, Venna. ,( P H R M 9 OF SUBSCRIPTION. , l l)OI,l,M!3 per annum to l. paid half yearly in ,. X .nai-mim-ieu until am. arrearage, are ..i,n,n.i.iie-i..ne of l.u.r. Imri im "'"'"f TO CI. LBS piinir. t' "'I. II. ,l,lrr, snti .. . .? i . ,1 !! In a.lvane wll cr f' "' T"'" i m to the Mnnir.n. " in-mere will ,l"ot " "T ""' I . ti,H II.I.IW Hi I'"" TKHMK OF ADVERTlAlNO. I Minn- "I I t 1 l',n,, ; .iiline'tnenl iii.iMt'.en, iu:iie, a nmntlia, ii "11111, iVu Car.l" -if Fiea P" , i.Hiin sail .itliera. nilveriuiti. ! ! ir. with tin privilege f inserting . ...l..-rliamntt weeklV. in ni i son sn' fiin 301 19 UK lari'ii A'!!'"!'"'""""" "ftreein.nl. JOH PRINTING. h cniieete.t with "iir e.talilittiment Well "e-l Hill HI 11 1 I-"., wlurh will ei.nhle oi lo execute p nc.trsl t lr. every...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 November 1855

YMfc tlOVSG Or ROTHSCHILD. A paragraph hM been going the rounds of the prest that the Rothschilds were worth sight hundred millions of dollars. A denial of the troth of this statement has been rut forth. It would be a waste of words to wis cuss which estimate is correct. The wraith of the Rothschilds does not consist in lands and tenement!!, the value of which might bo ascertained, but in stocks, bonds and other descriptions of personal property, the amount of which no one knows but themselves. They may be worth iho sum suggested, or even morV : and tboy may not be worth a ciuarterof that amount, 'it i even within the nnjre of postibUiiy. (hough it is not probable that. Jho Rothschilds rosy be wortu nothing at nil. if, 'for example, they bold ihe loans lhomelve which they have nego tiated since tho wsr bepan, the depreciation on thoso loans, which has tohcu place lot sly, has caused a loss of Cfty millions of dollars. Or spain. .a house like theirs, dealing wholly in fluctiiatinjr s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 November 1855

I" LJ JPJ . iff tSI " . . .1 ItEW MbTIIOD OP RAISING FRVIT . TREES. , , !, . . Tho Talent Office is In receipt of inform, tion from Knglnnd, in repard to raising fruit in what are tormed orchnrd houses, by plant ing snmll trees in pots. The writer says that a few old (ashes, some pots and weather bonrdiiiR are alt that is nececsary to consti tute a house for trying the experiment. Some experiments wero made last year under the maunRp.mcut of Mr. Gordon, in the rose nouso in tho earden of the Horticultural So. .fifty, London. A variety of young dwarf iiuii trees were pisceti in pots trom twelve to fourteen iuchos in diameter, and as many n" the honsc would hold were collected in it. This house is spau-roofed, between fifty and si.xty-ftet long, has half its snshos slidinc down nml Hie others fixed. Thcro Is oddi- titinul vrntilittion through tho door, which full down in the wooden sides, but there is no artificial heat. The success attending this experiment wns hiphly "fitiHfactory. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 November 1855

now m. sriRftowcitMM xs tnt bow rt feTAIR. " One eveiiine? Utii S. titid Velli-ei) when I i bupjf trrtu'ng, fcheti it struck me tlint n glass u ice wnter wiiiild, be pBlutiilile. ifo 1 took a candle mid pilclier nnd went down to the pump. , Our pump ia in the kitchen. A country pump in the kitclieu Is mere couve ntciit; but a well with buckets i certainly more t)ictnrpf(ne. -Unftirtuntitely our well Water lino not been tweet sineo it wus clvuli J out. First, I I'm! to open a boiled door that lets you in'o t lie basement bull, and then I went to the kitchen door, which pro ved tt be locked. Then I remembered that our jrirl always carried the key to bed with her, nnd uler.t with it under her pillow. Then I retraced riiy steps' bolted llm door, end wrlvp into the dining mom. As is iilnuys thocasr, 1 found when 1 could not (jet uny tenter, I was thirstier Ihun 1 siij'posed 1 was. Then 1 thought 1 would wuke up our girl. Then I rnneluded not to do it. Thui 1 tboitRht of tlio well, but jt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 December 1855

f ..- r,;-C-v SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1855. OLD SERIES, YOL- 10. NO. 10. NEW SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 36. ( The Sunbury American, roausuiB inn aATomoAi BY II. 23. MASSER, Market Square, Sunburn, Pennm. TKRM OP SUBSCRIPTION. rVPO DOLLARS per annum tone paid half yearly In hlranee. No lP uieeonlirneo until all arrearages ars PA.i e-Mm.miiiratlniis 01 on bnimm htin to the office, to M'l attention, mini :be POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Thr.. copies W one .dUrese, J FivVdoltan I" wi" P,y f"' lhrM ,Ul' criptiiMi t" the American. Postmasters will please set aa our Agents, and frank led to dn tltta under the Post Olh Law. TERMS OP ADVBTH". Ose Smiaie of U Him, S thaa, Hvetv subsequent insertion, Due S'luate, I rnenths, Six inMiiha, One year, Untinena Cards of Pive linaa, par snnam, Marehents and others, advancing by the yenr, with tha privilege of inserting JifTerent advertisements weekly. ir l.srgei Advertisements, as pet agraemeat JOB PRINTING. eeeA with nnt establish...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 December 1855

ELOrEMRNT r AM OBPHAK HKIRBSI K'trRAORDINARV PROCKBOINRS. The Claiberne (Mississippi) Advocato, of the 31st ult., has an account of an extraordi nary series of events, which is published under the heading, "Elopement, marriage, civil commotion and bloodshed," and of which the following is a condensation : About four or six weeks ago there eloped from Terryville, in Claiborne pariah, one Dr. Clement and one Sarah T. Wafer, an orphan heiress of ft wealthy Louisiana planter, being nt the time ut school at Terrvvillo. To Ar kansas they proceeded with llie utmost ties patch, where the nuptial ceremony was duly jicrformed. On the return of the parties, homeward, Ihey were met by the brother of the bride, James T. Wafer. Jr., who proceeded, as the elory goes, at once forcibly to dispossess the bridegroom of his seat by the side of his tear ful bride; but he was afterwards allowed to accompany her to tho residcuce of tho said Wafer, near Terryville. The bridegroom and brido remained but ft ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 December 1855

TAMHOWS A!tO 'HS. rftftfl ft,r fr a fiever greater, per tin u tiir pif ft'i.lf! Bum promiaes. Vor Ut ct ji'uu Ihu truile 1ms gradually in- u in extent, ana importance, till furs have become an almost Indispensable 's of ladies' apparel. The style has cd since the last season, by the widen the "victorine" into a cape, so that, in tuats, it is substituted for cloaks and 9. Tailors ingeniously' contrive so to heir styles, particularly as to the length its und waists, as to compel an obser i "f their whims. liUo tmtnner, furriers create a demand -w patterns, by rendoring the former (unique and distasteful, and many who, r s.nce, provided themselves altogether I f.ishion, and under the necessity of fur ouLUy and the aid of tho furrior. The Milile, or American mink, has suddenly ue very popular, from its resemblance to o Russiun sable, and will be the fur most this winter. Though costing not more one third as much as the real suble, its miince often gives it a preference. The commonly kno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 December 1855

' SUNBURN AMERICAN ALMANAC FOH 1855. IMS It Far' 21 4 l jLT. S It 14 13 is! in so: Hi ii 13 14 14 15 10 17 15 181171 40 41 si m m.m 43 ss 471 44 43 41 37 U W 38 31) 31 S,30i31 ! 1 I 3' W! Am 4 8 6 7 14 81 8', 71 14 13 14 K 9 10 11 1518i17 18 44' 43144 .35 111113 is IB 171 9 19,40 l 43,44j 199041 48.47 48 .85 SS,7ilB 49! 30 31 Si 3 . 7l I 14 13 14 U 19.40 41 34 88:87 98.89 41 5 1 1 Bart. a 3 4 0 1011 11H413 14 1.1 16 I7, is 19 2ii.ai.ai 21 18 17'18 5.S,87 SH.89I3U 31 143 41 85 130 I I 1 I Am. s 4 5 a1 7;' 10 11' 14 13' 14 Oct. 41 18 3 4 8 6 III 1l'l4l3 1711S 10 0 7 114 15 18 10 17 IS 19 411 41 44 83 31 S3 48 47 49 ;313'J 43144 85 48:47 ,34 30 I I S3.4U 30 31 Mat. S 3 Oho 16117 Nev. 91 3 8 til 8i 7i 4 8 13 14 II 14 13 16,17 33 44 18 19 90 41!4 44 39 30,31 !S5 46 87 4f,49 JvB. Die. 8 8 7, S' 4 lOllI It III 13l1314 IfliSII 41 13 13ll4 15 19.40:31 S3 18 17 19 44 4' 1 3d 30 30. 143,44 95.38 87 43,49 t)0'3ll I I ' I Jf. inner 's department. A DIG" IS THE RIGHT DIRECTION. The Southern Plant...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 December 1855

,c . iH 1 mm N15W SERIES, VOL. 8, NO. 37. SUNUUKY, N OHTII UM IJEUL AN D COUNTY, PA. -SATURDAY, DECEMBERS, 1855; ... OLD SERIES, VOL- 10. NO. 11.. The Sunbury American, rCBLISUtU Kill SATORDAt BY H. B. MASSES, Market Sjuare, Sunbury, Penna. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. rWvJ DOL.I.AII9 personam toll, paid half yeirlvin Iv inc. N paper discoiitii-teu until Alt arrearages are 'ii i.l. Ml : iiiiiniiiiiruti.ini nr letter! on limine, relating In ir Tti-e, to mtiire mientiini, men I POST PAID. TO CI. UBS. I'lirre copies it one address, 500 'veil 0 Do I a Ml '-'ilieeit e.,i Du SUIHI Vive il dlsrs in advance will pay fnr-tlir.e year's suh 'riini'iii tn Ihe Amrrirsu. P .iirn.ters will plrnse net as our Aets, and fmnk lettir. r intmiiiiig mliwripii'in iti'iney. They ara permit ted t.i do tin. under the Pint Office taw. TKRMS OF ADVERTISING. ni' Simaie nr II line., 3 llin.i, -'.veil eutieinent insertion, no. 5,u;ne, ,1 month., 'x ,n nana, J if year, . ii,is Cnnl. nf Five line., per annum, On-.ants an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 December 1855

f orcip Dittos. ARRIVAL OP THE ATLANTIC- LATER FROM RVROPK. N- York, Not. 30. The steamship Atlantic, from Liverpool, with dates to Satnrdy, the 17th inst., arrived nt her wharf mm evening, m oclock. The Atlantic left Liverpool nt 4 o'clock, 1 . M on tho 17th, and brings 173 passen gers. She experienced heavy westerly eales lor the last teu days. THE "WAR. Tho latest despatches from tho seat of war report officially from Lord Stratford Red Hiffe victory pained on the 6th or Novcm bcrby Omar Tasha, over a force of ten thon !nd Russians, mostly Georgian militia, at the river Itignar, which Omar Tasha, with . Turks, 20,000 strong, crossed nt four different points, taking sixty prisoners, three guus, and causing a loss of 400 in killed and wounded. The Turkish loss is 300. A private despatch, which evidently refers to tho same encounter, says the Turks cros sed the river Anakava and stormed tho Rus siun redoubts, after which they pushed for ward towards Kulais. Kars was still besieged, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 December 1855

1 DEPARTMENT OP COMMON SCHOOLS OP PENNSYLVANIA. llarrisbarg, Nov. 28, 1855. TO tho School Director of Northnmber J land county. Gentlemen t Application Having been made by the Boards of Diiectorg oi a nmjority of the School Districts Id Nor. thutiiberland county, stating tbeir desiro to increase the salary of the county Superinten dent of said county: you are respectfully re quested to meet in convention at the Court House, in Sunbnry, on Saturday the 22d day or December, 1855, at one o'clock in the at. ternoon, for tho purpose above stated, accor ding to the terms of the eighth section of the Supplement to the School Law, approved the 8th day of May, 1855. Very Respectfully Yonrs, A. O. CURTIN, Superintendent of Common Schools, Dec. 1, 1855. 3t. AGENTS I AGENTS I AGENTS 1 Persons accustomed to procure subscribers for Books, Magazines Ac, or get up clubs for newspapers, are requested to send us their names and address, and we will forward them, free of charge, a specimen number of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 December 1855

1 Jfaimcr's department. Fmm the (iermantnwn Telegraph. ttCKOVATinO OLD applk trf.fs. Mr. Editor: I have frequently been nr rirised during my journeyitiff over the country, to find go muny old npplo and other fruit trees rlecnyiiifr in the fieliln and orchitrtls without uny apparent effort beiiiR nnido for tlieir re suseitution mid restoration to ttRerulncM. Many trees decay prematurely, nnd mttylie easily resuscitated. All Hint is necessary to effect litis object, Is to prune judiciously in May or June, stir 1 lie soil thoroughly around the roots, scrape the bark and cleanse it. by washing in snap suds, and apply some strong and stimulating manure. Bono dust is per haps ono of the most economical articles that enn be nppMed, because the most immediately efficacious. Its cilects are almost instantane ous improvement, giving an appearance of' x treme vigor to the foliage, nnd securing "" ent fruitage even in trees that are much de cayed. No compost designed for apple or other fruit tr...

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