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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

THE REGISTER. !' P0B&SBEP EVERY THURSDAY BY I y. James W. Chapman.; , I jyvanespayment in Cash per year, ; $1 501 JJ pud witiim the year, ' 2 00 Sinot at the end of the year, 2 50 {^"The following scrap cut from nn olt| paper, enclosed (though anonymously) apparently by a female hand.) we give a place in our poot'a comer, .not only for its merits, but because the fair one who requests its insertion, is pleased to ado, in our "dear little paper," however equivocal the .compliment may sound to suspicious ears. -. . The Drunkard's Dream BT WJIAIAH THOU r Wka hath woe ? who hath sorrows J They thai tarry long at the wins.'—Proverbs, xxiii, 20,30, ,.v ¦" O tempt me not to the drunkard's draught,; With his soul-consuming- gleam J O hide me from the woes that Waft j T. Around the drunkard's dream'. | When night in holy silence brings The G-od-willcd hour of sleep, Then, then the red-eyed revel swings Its bowl of poison deep. i "When morning waves ifn golden hair, And sm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

THE MISTAKES OF LOVE.I BY DOUGKiVS GERBOU). Lot* see* not wilt tha eyra, hot with tte nu*< ; Therefore it winged Cupid painted blind. ¦ - , (Snak* care. I.—THE BENDEZVOTJS. It was a dark night The heavens were gk omy with an approaching storm. At the -entrant e of Gloucester, leaning against tic wall Of a large and ancient mansion, stood a young cavalier, envoi iped in a dark cloak, his face entirely hidden by a sit uched hat. In a low tone, he was humming the :elebrated refrain of the Cavaliers: ! " Down with the dead man ' down with the jlead man I Down Wiih the dead man i let Dim lie!" 1 \ ' i i He was interrupted by the noise of a jvuidow opening above him, and three taps gently Isotaiding, assuring him that his signal had been answered. A letter fell at. his feet He picked iln$>, but the darkness prevented his reading it (The window closed gently again, and he hastened away to; a fight he espied at some, hale distance^, awl was engaged in an enraptured perus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

^^_ How'do you like it? . ¦ ' II I 1 IsC ILiIv I ^saaV. aal H IsF^' - ""''"" ''"' -' ¦ tw^-S T . w" ifeS ^^T.'.w.aairamj'.iBsUtmT' ,;f| saw.. ¦¦ ^|w MjBfefcgSlL , |j| fe''jSl I II )uB Friends and patrons of the Register, let us introduce to you our new, enlarged, and improved sheet. The h^'promised improvement is nt length occompjipfd ft^^>qn>incr I could afford it—w^SS?*lt possibly may not suit the taste of every *w**n^^o«»-.*=,«»*w»»-*5«^awa*»sr*..-^,-?- -^k^w,.-^^:^ one among the various tastes to bo consulted—Some wished to see the paper enlarged'to'tio^ize '.'S6i*^S "Berwjcrat.'! of this jlace,,or a little larger, with correspondingly large typo,1fortho purpose'of '' ittafcag-a^great show in size, Ac, whiclAvoulcl have f-Tv^!?^'i*. necessary tdpurchase anew Pressj.'of a" larger size^m addition to the cost of Typeand <rther materials, requiring' in all an outlay of near . 88W.J -and a great deal of time and UOk has becrt ,«tjpclideil <Iuti% ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

;«.:,: :,¦•-'. Shall I be Sustained? >¦ ' Thbngh'faaeljred to the laudable public Ppirit (jf jvcral friends hi this county fur their liberal ndvanccs'toaki in iba improvement just accompltsh-<d;Vfiiends"wbn have without any loud and lGng alked of proposals of what they were ^oiniir tojdo, jtromp tiy but quietly furnished, their aid.whensrcqnMte^Xhave! procured the, materials to a great <*ticj*'on*iyr:pwn responsibility, -which:«nnyBJtu-.fil^'-yerjeiiding npo|-thc legitimate ehmmgs Of tljybj^essj.wlthont1 ^^ official patronage made nvaihabre.tasnst&in some presses, vendeni it.neCC!)- «ary ttatl'shonld be Btntably patronized by the cijzens of tins county especially to gustain rne ^ intlie ^terpruc and enable me to carry it tiirohgh fiicfcessfully. If industry, persevenmce, and iuntiring r^fortrtogivesafefactioh eon merit encotmtgemfent, f nteari bjatfta^^to deserve it,byiny ^xCrtions to print a neat and handsome, aa well as u<jeful and hiter...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

The Mail Robbery. In the hurry and bustle of getting out our last paper, wc neglected to mentiou the astounding Mail .Robbery which had just been detected in! the Great Bend Post Office on tlie eve of our lea virig'for New-York the week previous. Letters enclosing money and drafts had been repeatedly detained pr lost entirely, during the last few months between this place and New York, and Mr. Hale a confidential agent of the Department was sent here iofcrret it out, who with the aid of Mr. Webb, the Postmaster at this place, succeeded in detecting George ;Baldi»in, Esq., the 1'iwtmaster at (jreat Berhi on the morning office 12th inst when several; purloined letters and packages were found upon him, and the proof being so glaring he owned up and Submitted to an arrest, and was committed to jail in'this place. The affair created great excitement for n. few days, but he has since been bailed under bonds of i§3,000. Mr. Baldwin was a well educated Lawyer by profession, and had- b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

|^j7saWr^it»^»Wli ¦ i J.i m illMMf I" "l^^^^^^^^vT^^!^TT \n^i^TT ^ IS& MenmsofM*4^ctyrabSoci<im S*- H3!o exdte:^iD' Jgncrs «"$jj| coi ipty tola moK sJjpcrnntize&imrSed afid Still iinprovM;, pife HibleJ|nd||ofitge iWeJ»Jmltyati^d^ unquestionably tie leading design of pur society. ^ATidltis'unquest iBnabletalsoTtiarfficTnlnierice'W the'society should) be extended aid visibly felt too;: nnd upon every ftcre of territory m the county; •that every .acre thereof, should, hr ^ome; way? be represented at our county fairs, arid should obtain l"nearinrrat the same: Britritnrast be obvious that oompetition for premiums' naturally intercepts; all the lower grades jof our soil, whereby many specimens of cultivation, excellent in tlie'- kind, do, not become genqrally known, as they ought;—iliat many methods1 of tillage, independent ef tlie barnyard, a fact *hiqi the faceof our country imposes, and which should not be overlooked in the: agricultural estimate, arje pass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

it his been in iJftWrYotk & ^ Er^T€legraph. v p ^ThSTelejAiph line^iou* ujo o&ntiont^fevtyinglnj jlh^nce!ii*and fro thrmu fh tl# pjMB'for wipe tisM perfortns its, office so stealrayls'to afj|rd'ino ben fit '0vn heri.tor the wa|t, ^fan ftuice'llfingestabtthed^-in this place, whicB we understand the conpmiy expect tlie. citizens here to .furnish at their own expense, while the stockholders here nndcrs :bbd that was to be-established by tlie Company. By the following from the Broome Jirpnblictm, it seems the line i' l however in operation from Nev '-York to Lake Erie. This line is now work ng. through its whole ex> tent of nearly 460 miles from New-York; to Frfedo^ nia—but the company h is .not yet beeh: orgimized by the appointment of I resident and Ijhrectors. No definite arrangements hi veyet been perfected be: tween the old and nev' Companies- -but in the meantime the old Com lany has its" proportional sliare of the receipts of t ie business. Thejine ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

^-*—-—•—, Mr. Clay and tl;e Men of One Idea. A very considerable paity iu m'r country pnift's»t« to regard the Abolition of Slavery as the paramount oliject of Ni tiohal teolicitude. It i4 -divided into various sects, one insisting on positive, offensive action; anotln ir preferring !to stand oil tlie defensive and only \>j poSu any extension of the power or jvisilicliun oi Slavery, tnistiiig to natural lausi's to wilrk the ov.c -throw of the detested institution; a third sect deprecates all Political action, but is even more sweeping than tlie others iu its liostilitv. insisting eren tliat the Federal Union sliall be dissi>lved in otder to riil the Free Statesiuf the guilt and sliame oi their present conncctionAThese tliree,'sects, the ast venemeut and unsparing in its denunciations of the two former, which two maintain-for the preseit a precarious and difficult alliance, all unite in denouncing as Pro-Slavery-all who do not wear then badges, follow their ways...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

ibfe.^.!j ?^l^ eiy?^ i,Lret venlent> hard" lywpcaHaaK-Ot Mbur a3Mrs]&cnnf n^i, :„ i™ _ d^?i»^^J|«exJco ,- a„ann ^r^t lSB', SfeB S£^Wrr ««»» the PeoXof! f W3 ^^- *f dc#*to°«t a shadow ofW ' *#***? *S^to ]fS a Convention to fa I rdSipn ^thetfj|tite Osikftution That rw~! : crisis m whjch an effortanav be im* JJSnJTi. u,g mdeh harm.and little good 'oii questionX legitimately before fl^P Ic of k^^10 ^ soWef ag.totuM of t j ^^£"%£> £« therefore rater^^MU£ JuVlifrifW* c&riS aijd urges hB Wj^wftfto tak7th7nS g^ps^tc*mimi«>ithe»nh^mat»rd en>M^ SSe fremthe.l»st T**«*K£23£ His letter is calm,; modfcrate aho. ' * ^^ . ^ tonei Biit no one can fall to gee ihatSls^J^t | to exert a, greater mfl«3|i;ceadvers». ,to'BUv«T a !!2 alone p Keiitlicky but itiiroughout ihe'Souttv'flZ: all thit has been written and said by AboUuwSS, mid distiucfive'Free Soflers since they were hurri ' i True, Mr. Clay docs,5 not. view the subject-precisely as they nor we dp ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

-ah. -,-Av- v, a,.„i...n. i - '¦—> -i-"1'- - »- Post Office Changes. g Though a most dnjpful cry Is raped bjc thojtoato-«co press at die cljMKes th^t ha*e becnjmiu lplais r pr, in PostOffices.-^dughohtiptnionj^Sc-npil &ve to be a greafc^iany m«|tcforfc a"^"*? ^ ' A\ equiliqrium cji^be formrf' in theTdisti|nution|of Wiese offices, which have" been nearly'"all on one «it]»-tar~7ears-paafc->- The Deruoenrt -aunw^Hieus, Ousweek, as a: wonderful outrage, the appointment of G. G. Pride as Postmaster at Harford in this county, in jilacCjOf Saxa Scynionr ,Esq,. whp has, held the office for1 a great many years, heading it" First i/eisii-^' .^ Ko=auch iwmr^-erriottoiis- weie nmiii= festcd by the Locos, when whig Postmasters have been removed by f/«tr party, with quite as little cause for the removal-as this, wherein both the ins and outs were worthy men as in the present instannce. : R T. Cooko, Esq^ lato editor of the Broome-Republican, has been appointed Postma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

The Exemption Law. ; : The following is the act recently passed by the Legislature, to fcxemp|thrce.liurjdrod dollarsr'worth of personal property ttom sale on execution 'or distress for'rent; | " .. •; • A-v Act to exempt property to the value >of tliree ! hundred dollars frnii levy nnd sale on execution, and distress for rent. ¦' ' 1 Sec. 1. Beit ennetn' ^ hycTieSenate and Home of Reprcstmtath'cx ofthe \?oauni»uimi/th of Pennsylvania, in irencral Ataemlly mrt, and it i* Iwrehy enactid by th>autlwrity of Msaine, That in lieu of tlie property now exemptf bylaw from levy and sale ou execution issued dpon any judgment obtained iipon -contract and distress for rent; property to the value of three-hurjdred dollars; exclusive of all Wearing apparel of tlie defendant and.his family, iVnd.all Bibles and scl|x)t.book3 in use. in the £un-~ jly, (which shall reuutin "exempted as heretofore,) and no more, owned! by or to^posaessiou pf any debtor, shfill be exempt from levy a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

Lackawanna Coal & L^elfsi Gap Rail Boad. -r t!ip\ Y Tribune sav-s: Among tho raanyrbrandies rVni'ung into tl.e S^ York and Byroad i;£,i„ to l* more important than that none are UkUy rSw«L extending rT?he ^tCoTltasin of tlie Lackawanna t| rJtanee of alwut forty miles. The;, Charter for fit Read™ obtained from the State-of B»r*y - ,'uiti. about the time that tlie Delaware and Hud-„'mi*W Company obtained theirs; but could not lx- made available until the Erie Road wascomp e-Icd to Knghamton, as in .reaching that pjace the )4.*ul passes into Pennsylvania at the Great Bend and approaches nearer the c«d field than.at any other-, point on tlie route. ,,,,,,' u Tliiroute is, bey-W doubt, *e 'J"?,*1 * ¦«B*° obtained. Tliogriles are reuuirkably fov.jnible for the transportation of Coal, the surmt.it being reached m five to six m*es from the. valley of the T-ckawanna, at about 45 feet to the mile, rmm tliencc to the Great Bend there -is; no iiscendiAg grade over IS feet while 20 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

Kentuckj-—Slaven-—Mr. Clay^::. On the appearance of Mr. Clay s letter on Slavcrv in Kentucky, recommending tliat meiisures bo taken to provide fur its extinction by the Constitutional CiMiventioU to be elej-.U-d iu August and asSCToVfc in October next, there wv-re not wanting journals to u-rust from a single -MiTarnipb near itdiist- an acquiescence in the p»nr tr;,iuv*,r»-„t,i-n-*l u. hv vervmanv'of tlie prominent «7»V--of Kentucky. Those "Whigs, it will be recollected while they desired the extinction of Slavery, are yet cowed and (.ile-.icv.il bv die altitude of their LiHivT'ocn opponents, who have .juui]>evl upon tlie iirosjjlavery hnbli\- aid re-obed to ride it into ]hi\ver. jTakinsr early and ultra ground in favor of eternal S'nyery; hi view of the probability tliat a Urge .portion of the whig- would favor Emancipation, tlu-v hoped t.i win over to their side enough alarmed and ni.'.d whig stivi'hnldprs.t.i give them the control of the state. Thereupon tlie whig mem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

fl>-v->s^jJ--s^-js,,,^->. .. . • J -.-.-. ^:,v;'i«Si>: .-"t^i---:.-^-^-iW.-President Judges in Pennsylvania. Tlij) following is a statement of the JndTdal districts tin Pe^pgylvania,1- and the several presiding Judges, as they now-;stand under the.recent appointincrUH iby OoVjJtfi&iisiori.l. There may, however, be some, inacciiricy in one or two instances, but the table1 in the main is correct The new-ap pointmentafcy Gov. Johnston arc highly commen ded, slid thei gentlemen So "appointed tu-o ill distingni*hed for their legal-ability 1. Phihiddlphia— Edward King.* 2. Lancaster—Ellis LeVis.1- ¦ 8. Northampton and Lehigh- -JvPringle Jones.* 4. Centre,. Clinton and Clearfield—Geo. W. Woodwardf . Alleglieny—Benjamin Pattoaf -. ••-.'; fl. Eric and Crawford—Gaylord Church.* . - 7. Bucks and Montgomery—David Krauscf j > 7. Northumberland Lycoming and Columbia—Jo*. B.. Anthony.+ . " 8. Cumberland, Perry and Juniata—Frederick Watts.' * 10. Wes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

*"TwdWlkys Stei From Europe. The Europea re^edNew York, on Thursday evemng laJBtj with London dates to the 6th of Ap$. -'' /', J -i " The griitjipal. matted of interest, is the news .of, the! defeat,of Charleii .rVlbcrtj King of Sardinia, by the Au^trians, and the alulication of Oharlea in lavjor of his oldest' son, Victor Emrnanuel. Duke of Savoy, and his flight to France. A battle Was fought in the tjeighVuiirhood of Yercelli, ion the 21st of March,- and after an obstinate struggle on both sides, the i'iedtuoutese were completely routed, and forced to retreat precipitately towards Tiirin. On the 234, the armies came again,in collision, and-'the Austrian* gained a second and more complete victory than the. first. Both conflicts, were sanguinary, and undoubtedly Were attended witht great (daughter. The second battle lasted from ten in the morning, until a Into hour in the night, and tho respective armies were composed of not less than &0,OOO troops each. The Austrians ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

^e^- Goods A^alu; : TUST receivl(iganotlit!r,krjre aad splendid stock if of Dry Oov|i-j, Groceries, Hardware, SadiUerv, Iron, SaiK Croakery, Bonnetsf KO^bqa-i, Flowe/p, ClrA:er d: TiniotBy seed, Codfish & Mackerel, Boofa A Shoes, Palm,,Leghorn «t Straw Hats, Fur <t Silk Hats, sprin'; and surainer styles,, Glass, Window' Sash, Lamp, Li»iseed & Tanuers' Oil, White & Red Lead dx. ttc, clieJipcr tlian the cheapest at Montrose it SprinjvlUe, i- !.'••*.- Mi LATHROP &t SALISBURY.^ April 25, 18$. ' -,.,. nlftf ONE TWO HORSE lumber waggon for sale at JLATHROP& SALISBU&rS.: ; j—, *—| r- . i_^_ IVotice 18 hereby givien' of the Dissuhitinn of .-Dayton, Clark it- Ct'«-..Partnership ,in the Railroad, Freight A'Comi lUiiou biuiiiess, by the retirement of William DUy an from the said Company. 1' " I - - WM. DAYTON: i ! Great .Bend, April 25,1849. J nHwS -I :-±Z ,. : , , t 0N. J?EWTO,N, r ' ; Atttome y at Law—Office, a few rods south oi ths ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

Howes & ws Hatted States Circus, > ^^^fe^^t^^te^^^vi j' This itamensj iEstablislimeht, the largest and mast complete ever organized, conrprising the best Eynestrian and 3vmnaatic Troupe over collected;' with a Stud of HORSES and POX1ES snperipr, Jo any other in the country, will exhibit in - . ; Montrose, Wednesday, Ma;/lift, 1849.'"'"I TheTJ.K. Ciitus in; it« progress; tlirougK'tne country will be preceded by the great triumphant [ (Joldmdiarivt I ' ¦'¦ . . Drawn by 20 Cream Colored Horses, and dev|>-' (el to tlie conveyance of a celebrated New-Yoipr brass Band.- Tie rnagnitudij and splendor of.thW iuimenso vehicle byffles description. It is the pstv nSE of itodern times which approaches the coudssM: achievements of tirt described in mirientNhistoTjv-j -; Its weight exceeds- pmj toxs, and its elaborate carving nnd gildfcg'srvpjtsses anything of the Itiatl ever witnessed, jllie famous' • j ] Johii May j acKnowlcdged umver-sallv a< the best Clown in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

CHEMY PECT0ML ¦ -.'. ..d ;. ¦ ¦»*$%&'£**$%& mSiin*"J* -^ntai ::r^iiw«i THE-mist f^ng^AMM^MMf,mA other rountrics before.yhom thjs, ]^\ has-been laid ha«efshcstaiv^" ajp^^i|^plH I praise as ah article' of rareaieellcnceati&amfVtto* t calculated to ctrrq all forms, of Pnhiicruiry ,cd(Mil i .tiiananyot^ierreWy.kuoftlr-. , ^{h* M-y&ih. . .Read 'the Molving.^ftnWa^.j i^ijgfully from it—it & from men of Jrnown remaat • bilityj'notfr t^^rsohsof "whom 7^0* hiv*B^rt' before heard. ,..;|' ' -a ••^-¦{irn-^h <!?i.#; St* L:, fir,J.:yt&W&8u^&.**J^0pJm j &i};s- -" It gives.rho pleannro to spejuk. ^rffhapny ,batianoCsucharaedraoeasislie^'afleredt'& la ;public Ifanypfciaratrnneart'mlbdutimmfpt the Inngs, Cheiry|PeeteraltAl''do '>lite tr' "^f'>!?l TlieMUoTeftkclAmdo7*!Lai^m£v-W» Jm speak with ~ coDfid|nctfof.itaintrinm! aprit.;«r. ;,[' , iPr. Perkios, tlA-v^icrablePT^^oKfytM ! Medical College copside...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

^ j — New Banks. ' We n'rorunicnd the follmviug article from the Laiu-AsU;.! Union, to (he perusal of those who are s-n f,,hi! uf di'iKitinuing the whigs for passing new Imnk bill-: "Thf LvK-ofoco papers are rinding fault w'nh tW Lpgislature for' cliarti-ring tlie Danville B:mk. and graiitiug banking privileges to tlie York Savin?* histitiition.altliough the biJb creating these new iiLstitiitinns were twice defeated by whig votes \ ti the Hbnse of Represenftitives, and were subsequently passed by tiif aid of locofoco votes, and at the irnwt undent soliciiation of locofoco politicians i'rmi the; counties in: which they are located. The Uativille Bank was warmly urged by the locofoco Senator from the district, backed by a nnmber of li:i.':n-,' liicofiKxrv; and when the York bill had been b-ii'o re.ji-cte 1 li^ whig, vote*, the hall was literally ini-min with locofoar editors mid locofoco poliuniiins from that county, who begged and iniplvrej 4-s rueonsivli-niuon mid passage. But...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

MAEREED, K ' On the 19th inst, by Eld. DnT)imock. Mr. JaUez j Osbubx Ho Jiliss Aivsr,A C: Sm^n, both of BridgeL* water. 1 In gpringvillc, Mr. Atoszo WonnnocnsE to Miss 'ELEASon''Bi.AitEst.KE—Mr. j Lewis of Braintrim, to Miss H\k\ah Lee. [ Tn Spriiigville, on Monday morning, tlie 23d rasU, by Rev. jlf.MuIky, Mr. A.uiii.\IlLs .-.vEi.LrjflTuiikliannock, to,31iss Clemextise L^ne. , In Giiison, by'itbe Rev. J. Todd, H. T. Wnrraw, M. i JX, of Jatklon, to Mjsa E. E. Tivf^w of tho to, ! TtiSt plaiW. : :

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