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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 March 1851

art, . -Sja IUj.-Vu.?!"'- Hi tr t AMERICAN Q IL B MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. gl jramfli) iictospapcr-Dctootci to Jjolftfcs, aftcrnturc, iHoraltts, jro.Mfon Domestic iUtos, eSrfritte ant tht Arty, aorfculturr, iwartcts, amusements, t. NEW SERIES XXih, 3. NO. 49. SUNMJUY, NOUTilU.MKIiUI.AM) COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, MARC1T I, 1831. Ol.l) SERIES V.Ol.. II. ISO. 2S- M K TKKMS or THK AMKHISJ.4.V THK AMKRTCAS it pnr.Kiilied .very ftitutitsy at TWO t01.I.ARW per niiruiffi to lie paid tins' yearly In iraVaiice, Ha paper iitucimtiriiiefl mini at.l arreriifmi tr pi. All curriimnritntUiin "' letter, on Iwmiifi" rotating to the .celtoSrfti'1tteniii nvot He lusi taiu. TO CLL'UM. rt - l.i . e.3f0 m 1 i uA lull E-Wtee o Du S0 0 Five Mian in advanc will.pay fur Hires yew". sultsciip' titfn tu the America. One Sarnie nf 1 liurr. !l time., Krery .ulnerueut insertion, Uim Bquure, 3 inoullit, fis miHtthn, Uhi year, Mueiaeu Csnli of Fivs line., per imain...

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 March 1851

SUNMJliY AMElllGAiN AIND SHAMOKIN j OUKNAL. THE A1EPJCA1T. SUNBURY. I ATIRDAV, MARCH 1, 1M1. H. B. MASSER, Editor and Proprietor. V B rAI.MKH In our authorized aeent to rereiva sub- acripliun and w)verlimiK ot hia office, in Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Baltimore. To ADVienTTMtm. The eirculntion of tha Piuibury Aiiiirirui among the different towns on the Pntquehainia la not exceeded If equalled liy any paper puhlnlied in North em Pennsylvania. rrnMnjioFCF.oiini! pharaoii. the AllllDKItKH. OF HAI HEL. IIARPLE. The f.liior of tint Went Chesler Village Record gives the following as snbslnnoa of n conleesion niHilH to him by Genige l'lmiaoh in (lie prison, since his conviction : On Hie morning: of the murd r of Rachel Sharpies, I came out from my father' house, and went tip the Buot road. Mary was hIonu, iiikI fhe set tho dog on me for sport ; the (1 03 ran at me nml bnrked ; t pointed the (41) ri at the dog several limp., and snapped it lit him. Tho pun was not loaded. I did it t...

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 March 1851

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOIUN JOURNAL. ... THE WORLD'S FAIR. (Jje gaihor the following items with refer ence to tuti Great Exhibition of 1841, from our foreign files : St. Helen will contribute lo the Crystal Palace three wimple of native produce, via : ono of rock salt, one of raw cotton, uud one ofCnrilln. Mr. Mitchell, an Edinburg engraver, in tends se ruling to I lie Exhibition a piece of gold an small that an ordinary pin's html will cover it ; yet it contains the wholo of the Lord's prayer. ' A very large block of lend ore, being up. wards of seventeen hundred weigh!, and of lirst rale quality, has lately been raised by the Holriibimh Milling Company, tin J is lo be placed in the Exhibition. ; A Birmingham paper states that William Laugher, a iiailtnuker of Rtootiisgrove, has received orders lo make 1000 nold. 1000 sil ver, and 1000 iiou luck?,' ten the Creal Ex bibiliou. The whole 3000 me not to weigh more than three grains, and they will be the smallest nails ever pi mi nee...

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 March 1851

J.YQTIIKU setKATIMC WO.WSU.' PEPSIN? TiiiTniii . DIGESTIVE FLUID, GASTRIC JUICE ! A CHEAT DYSPEPSIA CT7REB, Prepmed frnm RV.NNF.T, or (lie fourth Stnmseh of tin. Vs. stter dhrrilnirt nf BARON I.II'.UIO, tin. grent Pliywlr.i!irtil Chemist, by J. R IIOI.OIITON, M. P., No. II, Nunh F.ish'h frtrrt, Philadelphia, Pa. Tfii is n truly won lerf d remedy for INIUllKSTIOV, Dvrrpt.v. jAUXCicn, uvr.rt complaint, CONSTIPATION mid DF.UIUTV, Curing after Na ture's own method, by Nature's own atjeut, the Gutric Ju-a. I rr Half a tcn.pnonfnl of this Fluid, infused in water will dnjeat or diasolvc, Five Cumuli of lionet Beef in taut two hturs, nut of 1 he ftcrre.li. DIGESTION'. -pwinrTION is chiefly iwrfurnirH m the stomach hy the X ) eid if !i rlird which Ireely exude from the inner nmt l thin menu, when in a lutein health, railed the (jnstrii .luiee. Tins fluid re the Orwit Solvent of the Food, the I'uruyinir. 1'rcserviug;, nnd Stimulatine; Agent of the ato nw mt intestines. Wilbinl it there will h...

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 March 1851

r ' J jrA ' -fc -J i. ..,sV ,-Ti'-' A MfiPTf! A TO SUNK 1 i 0 H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ". OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 jramtla iittusvapcr-Dctootcli to JjolfUcs, aftcraturc, ioralH, jFortton ani Domestic -flctos, Scfciuc an the arts, acrtculturr. jHarluts, amusements, c. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 18.11. OLD SERIES VOL. I I, NO. 9s NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. 30. ixl 1YJL JU JL U; JL v i jL . m -sa. -a. .'-.. m isisp i r aii .v ; v. TERMS OF TUB AMERICA. THE AMERICAN ii pubttshed every Saturday it TWO DOIXAKB per innum lo be paid half yearly in advanM, No paper discontinued ma aut wren., are paid. AU communication, or letter. 0.1 business relutiiie; to ins c, to imuri attention mast We POS r ' All). TO CU-B9. Tirsotopiestooue Wt, so teven I. " Fifteen I Va . . , 8 . Kivs dollar! in advance will pay for thrse year esnuKnp lion to the American. One Satiate of 10 liitfi, 3 timet, Ere ty subsequent insertion, Vne Square, 3 months...

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 March 1851

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUKNAL. THIRTY-FIRST CONOR F.S..Second Session. Washington, March 1. Senate. Tha Chair laid before the Senator a messaga from he President, communlca ting all information be possessed concerning difficulties between the British and Nlcsrotr tian authorities. The message was not read but ordered to be printed. Mr. Wales presented a petition from the Governor and Legislature of Delaware, in fa. Yor of the Ebony line. He also presented the credentials of Mr. Bayard, Senator elocl from Delaware. Mr. Pearson moved to take up the bill mending the existing law regulating the compensation of Congress, by declaring that hereafter no Senator shall receive whut is called constructive mileage He explained the bill, and urged that the Senator owed it to it dignity and propriety to pass it. Mr. Clay, as an old man, who had occupied seat in the Senate before many of its pres. ent members were born, urged the Senate to pass the bill from its own self respect, and res...

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 March 1851

A KIHT Or PERIL AND BUFFERINO. QuaiL'tlhsj flying correspondent of the Bostoa Museum, in a Utter dated at Caatine, Ma., givea the fol (owing account of the hip trreck of, a itinrinet and hia betrothed bride : On Monday night last, the iSrii instant du. ting the sale, there was a vesael wrecked on the rocka but a few milea distant from this Tillage, (Caatine) and every pereon on board, consisting of one lady and two gentlemen came very near perishing with cold. H The facts are as follow '.The veel was owned by our worthy friend, Henry Butters, Esq , of Haverhill, Mass., who hnd employed a man to go as captain, and conduct the busi ness of the vessel it being a coaster, as well as his own judgment should dictate, and the advice of his employer. This man, however not attending to his duty to the satisfaction of Mr. Butters, he received a letter at one of these sea-const towns, informina him that his services nfter the delivery of the vessel at a stated port would be dispensed with, as ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 March 1851

i j .1 i : " v TTsttNKURY AMEIIICAIN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. , - aAytTMBH BCMEJYTirifi IWJWB' PEPSIN! TlltTlUI DIGESTIVE FLUID, GASTRIC JUICE A OUAT DYSPEPSIA CZ7RER, Pr.pswd from RENNET, or Hi. fourth Stomach of tin) Ci, (tor iirtloiis aj BARON Lit BIO, aa fr! Phrsisiaf il Chemist, kf J. 8. HOUGHTON, M. D., No. II, North Eighth Brest, PhiUdtphi, Ps. TVs to truly wombrfoi remedy for INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, UVER COMPLAINT, CONtTIPATION snd DEBILITY, Caring after Ne tur'i own method, by Nature's own agent, ths Gaatrle Juice. 1ST Half traaponnfiil of this Fluid, infused in water will digest or dissolve,, Five Founds of ltouil llcf in Lout two rn-urs, out of the itnnach. DIGESTION. -Tl(lF!TiON is chii-rty prrfiN-incri in the stomnch by the J aid of ii f 1 4i irt which irrely exudes from the inner ctwt of thut oj'mi, when in a Rtiite'nf hrii!:h, culled the Otistrte Juice. This fluid i the lireul Nilvent of the F.shIj the Furifying, Preserving, mid rtituuluiing Agrnl of the sto aa...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 March 1851

AMERICAN. TO RY II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 jFflmUy Actospapcr Scbouo to jjolfUrs, aftcrnturr, Jfnoralttg, jForcfcn ana Domestic nevus, Science an& the arts, aurfculturc, -fHarUcts, amusements, c. KUNllUKY. NORTHUMIlKMiAM) COUNTY. PA., SATL'llDAY. Jl AKC11 IS. I h.fl. NKW SERIES VOL. a. NO. SI. OM) SKIUES VOL. 8 1. NO. Sff. TKUMS OF IIIU AJIKttlCAV THE AMERICAN il puliliiilieil .very fsitnrilny lit TWO POLI.AK! per Hiinuin In lie piiiil hull" yearly in advance. Nil pane' ilitemiliimwl until all nrrempn. nre )nl. Allciimniuiiil'nti.nn'ir letter, nil liminem relating til tin ,ffice, to insure attention, must be l'UST PAID. TO Cl.cbS. () Three eopie. to one mklresi, 't, even V- J) nrteeit i D" , ,a""u Kiva rlnllnri in niltraiice will ray fur thr.e yenr'nmibieriri tion ti the Ainericun. On Skiuoie nf 10 lines, 3 times, Krery iiitweiineiit insertion, On. Squnre, 3 iiinntlia, :0ik muntlis, One vear, Rmiiien Card, nf Five lin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 March 1851

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN "JOURNAL. THE JttW POSTAOE LAW AS IT PASSED tONOBEs The fullowing is the New Postage Law, as it passed Congress, and as it is published officially : An Act lo reduce and modify the rates of postage in the United Slates, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Siutes of Amer ica, in Congress assembled, That, from the thiiteenth day of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, in lien of the rn'es of postage now established by law, there shall be charged the full wina rales, to wit : For every single letter in manuscript, or paper of any kind upon which information shall be asked for, or communicated in writing, or by marks or signs, conveyed in the mail, fur any distance between places within the United States not exceeding three thousand miles, when the postage upon such letter shall have been prepaid, three cents, and fivo cents when the postage thereon shall not have been prepaid, und for any distance...

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 March 1851

Cmmunicatton. M. Editor: Your paper being devoted to the advocacy of sound morals as wll nt politic, 1 have expected before this to see oma notice in it of the action taken by the legislature of Illinois on the subject of Tem perance. But presuming that it has escaped your eye in the selection of news for the pub" lie, 1 take pleasure in furnishing the main principles of the bill as it passed in that body : 1. It repeals all present License laws. 2. Prohibits the sale of inVoxicalii drinks in less quantity than one qnart under n pen alty of $25. 3. If sold In minors incren.vs the fine to from $30 to $100. 4. Provides for a pennlty of not less llmr. $25, nor $100, for selling more than a (juait, and permitting the same to bo drunk on the premises of the selleiN 5. Giving away liquor,, to come within the provision of tho law. While we regard this action ns ;j. grent ad-, -vance in the public sentiment of that state mi this subject, nnd ns indicative of n spirit which should (ill nil o...

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 March 1851

0 SUNBURY AMEHICAN AND S HAM O KIN JOURNAL. X ; JESSY LIND AM) THE DLI.M) BOV. A poor blind boy, w ho is highly gifted wilh musical lalent, and who reside in the north ern part of Ihu Sttite of Mississippi, had ex. pressed Mich great anxiety to hear Jenny Lind cine, thai hi friends raised a subscription to end him to this City to giatify his wish. On arriving here, ha nccidnnlly took loiljt inpg in tho samu hotel with Mr. Kyle, the culebraied flutist. One eveninp, Mr. Kyle, hearing some very wild and sweet flute tones, listened for some lime in surprise, and as the sounds died avvuy, he said to himself. ''Well, Mint fellow thinks he can play ; but now I'll just show him what I can do. Taking tip his lliite, he played the air of the "Last Roso of Summer," wilh variations. The blind boy listened with breathless delimit, and follwin;; the sound, he came to the door of Mr. Kyle, and stood there until the last notes ceased. Wilh a feelincjof impulse he could not restrain he knocked at th...

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 March 1851

e v. .V;"!. i-'' ..-.-,;,. v':' ' ",7 :' : t- . -, 'vy k ::.-,-if-.rs- ' --. , v' i . i- r . . t. i jl IV JL JlJ JL U JL Vil II. B. MASSEK, EDITOR AND PKOPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. X jsT.im(Ii) Slcto'pnpcr Drtooica' lo Jjolftfcs, aucrnturr, XKurnlf:?), jortfjjii mx Domestic Sictos, iitfence an'a the fltvts, ajjrfcuUurr, illarfects, amusements, Set. NEW SERIES VOL. 3, NO. . TIIK AMKHICAN in pulliltrrl amy Siilnrilny nt TWO Pl)l.l.Alt! mt 11111111111 In he nij hull yrnriy in inlviinoi', Hu paper ilim-'nititiuetl iinlil Abl. nri-crnem tire pniil. All cutniiiiuiii-tiiioiiit nr Idler, on Ihi.iiukj" Muting t Hit fliea, tu iluure attention, innM I"' WW l'AID. TO CLl'li. Threa eopirt to one atlilre"". ' '"n tTtn 1 1" I""1 fifttm J "' Five iliillar. in nli-mira will pny fm llir.e j-enr'a aulwci f iun tu the Atnrriciili. One Samite of 10 lines, 3 tunes, Kverv milmcipienl hiKei-lion, Out Sqnitrr, U mouth., 4ix month, put year, Rii.inenii Cer.ls of Five lme. prr n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 March 1851

"OftE.RYKD THOMPSON." William II. Thompson, known as One Eyed Thompson, ns we havtt already inform ed our readers, cmnmitled suicide in a New York prison, on Monday morning. The fol lowing is his letter to ti is wife : Wife of my soul, divinity of mv affections, my patient, enduring, gentle, and affection ate JMary, ero this meets your eye, I trust 'hat eternal repose will have settled upon your unnppy husband. Were this new charge my only tiouble, I could certainly overcome it. Of all the complaints made to ny prejudice, it could be the most easily de, fealcd for at the very lime half-past seven uiock, wnen uates sweats he saw ma in New York, I was in Dr. Kice's store, as lie reoollects, and previous thereto, for an hour, you and others knew me to have been in Brookliu. But, my Mary, I am sick of life, so much so that 1 am incapable, of longer continuing it. I have lost all hope of boing a benefit to von and our little ones a hope hat alone has sustained years of wretched existence...

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 March 1851

suNBunr AMEMcAN AND shaMokin journal. , MASTER AND PlIPIL. ,( , , Colonel James Ta'ppan, a venerable citizen of Gloucester, Massachusetts, now 84 years of age, recency addressed a loiter to the Hon. Daniel Webster, 'reminding him that more lhan sixty yenrs ago he (Mr. W.) was one of his pupils, when he taught school at "New Salisbury," The Gloucester N'ys published Mr. Webster's prompt answer to hisold friend ind early teacher. ,. Here is the letter of Mr. Webster, and its autand interest are enhanced by. I he fact that iO allusion is mado in it to an enclosed fifty ollar bank note : Washington. February 20, 1351. Master Tappan : 1 thank you for your stter, and nm rejoiced to hear that you are et among the living. I remember you per ctly well as a leiirher in my infant years, suppose my moiher must have luus'it me to sad ery enrly, as 1 have never been able ) recollect the time when 1 could not read is Biblo. I think Master Chase was my irliest schoolmaster, probably when 1 was .ree...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 March 1851

SUNBU11Y AMEIllCAN AND S1IAM0K1N J0U11NAL A STRING OF 1TKMS. Too much prosperity, make inoft men fool. He keeps his rorul well enough who gets rid of bad company. 1st PrcsidiMit Spnrk'a new dictionary, "a flea bitu" menng "totally inadequate. A prni.ic dinner in proposed to Hon. Jas Buchatiun, nt Pelersbur", Va. Bui.n and shameless men are masters of half llio world. Why is an attorney like a minister 1 Be. cause ho studici tho law arid the profits. A "huly of Washington" has sent $25 to the wife of "One-Kyed" Thompson. Many praise the power of godliness while Iheir ucts only evidence the godliness of power. It is pond to know a great deal, but it is belter to make a good use of whut wo do know. How Mrrn more miu'ht people accomplish if they would but make it a point to carry out whatever they undertake. It is with our judgment as with our watch es, none go just alike, yet each believes his own to be correct. Til v; haidest thing to hold in this world is nn unruly tongue. It beats a...

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 March 1851

A II RI CAR 1 II. B. MASSEK, EDITOR AND PKOPEIETOK OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 51 "iFamfis ilctopnpcv-Dc)0tc3J to 3Jolftfcs, aftcvaturr, tfttoraUts, jFortfon .ma Domestic iUtos; scfcitce a5 the arts, Sericulture, Jttirrkcts, amusements, Set. SUM1UUY, NbllTlitTAlUKIl1.ANl COUNTY, 1A., SATUKDAY; MAUCII U. I 8.11. OI.l) SKRI15S VOL. l, lv o, 27. NEW SKH1KS VOL. M, ISM), j. v TURNS Of THI3 AMKillCVV ' THE AMKRICAN in prthlishcil .very Pntiinlny nt TWO POLL.AHS per minimi Hi he puiil half yearly in nilvance, Ho paper dist"nl iiniftl until AM. nrrcniueii nrc pnnl. All comnniniciiiioiis or Icltcrs on lnn.in.--is rj luting to tlx nftc,to insure attention, mimt l'OI-T I AIL). i TO CLIPS. 'Three copies tti one nilitress, MJ1.. :--' u" i'" , U rifteen lit u" , , , , Five dollars in advance will pay fnt llnee yeul'ssuhscilp iion tu the Ainericiin. On Saunte of Id lines. 3 limes, (reiy auliseqnrnt iiicrlion, Ont Square, li months, 4lix month, "in year. ...;.. funis of Tive l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 March 1851

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND S1IAM0K1N JOURNAL. FREE BANKING. . From certain indications at Harriaburg, there is ground for 'belief that tho Free Bank lng Bill may;p,i!i,t)oth Houses This is to be repelled, fiw a more unfoitunate measure could not well'befal the people ef this com. tnonweallh. Should It become a law, aeven years will nut elapse before all concerned in enacting it will be ns much censured as were those who, in 1814, pureed the baloli of forty two banks over the veto ef Governor Snyder, whose name is at this day more revered for his manly resistance to that measure, than any oiher net of his life. Unfortunately, the friends of this bill seem to think an increase of Banks will be an increace of money. In 1814, when gold and silver were required as Banking Capital, this notion was Boon exploded by a majority of the Banks created becoming bankrupt, with a majority of tho community. The experiment clearlv proved, that an increase of Banks is only an increase of Bank notes, promi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 March 1851

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. California SCcmo. TWO WEEKS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. The steamer Crescent City, which left Chacres on the 11th, ntul Kingston on the 13th of March, brinains San Frnnci.co date to the ISth nil., ami hnvinsr on board S?ftl 7,27V 91 iii sold dust, arrived at New iork, on the 21st inst. The Alia California, of Feb. 15th, says ;--Since oak last review we have had a contin uance of fine weather, and for the first week in Febiuary a decided improvement in tlio amount of. business done, and on sumo arti cles an advance has been established ; but far a !e days past, owing to the nnn arrival uf the mail steamer overdue eialit day, there has been a hesitancy, and Irs busi ness doing, and at least part of the advance lost. We have no unfavorable news from the mining reeions, and we do rml think the in terior is overstocked with poods, and we nn tcipate at least a fair amount of business, not ...i.. r . .i, tuinrinr hiil a utenm i-onimu- nca.ions a,o now op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 March 1851

' SUNBU11Y AMKIUCAN AND SHAMOKIN J OUJINAL. A ST1UNG OF 1TKMS. Thk United Servioa Gazelle report the strength, of the British army to be 173,578 tnen of nil nrm, besides 55,000 pensioners) yeomanry, &o. Ths rural police in England numbers about 8,000, nml costs 200,000 per annum, or nearly X70 per man to the counties that have it. To Catch Cockroaches. Put some beer, sweetened with molasses, in the bottom of n bowl, nnd l;iy up thin splints of wood for the roaches to travel up, after which they plump down into the bowl nnd cannot get up again. Nr.AW Taxts The city of Buffalo last year paid a tax of over 84000,000 being about ten dollais for every ninn, woman and child in the city. Ax Iron Boat, of a large size, but pecu liar shape, intended to convey passengers nnd goods upon the Nile, is being built at Ipswich. A Woman fl8 years old, who is deaf and dumb, was married for the fourth time at Jorduslown Church, Pembrokeshire, England on the 21st nil., her bridegroom being a young ...

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