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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

"¦ •¦¦ . wr-T^ASVHI5WS..SAtB -.. ..-U N of J2RSP1£* I-ands in Susq'a'-'c&* OTICE fe hereby given, that agreeably te>flio acts ofjthe Genesal Assembhy bf the^Coiriif mnnwealth of Pennsylvania directihg the Apdej of; selling unseated lands for taxes,.the foliowinetracto1; and parts of fl-acts-of unseatedlands 'will 6e stild! at public veridub onthp-second Monday of Jiiiiet next, at the .Cjpur.t;Hpuse in Montrose, for :trreara-;; gesdue, and tiio,costs accrued .on «ach..traitf"rey< spectively, unless the same be paid;pefore Ihe'dKy of sale—sale to'commence'at 10 o'clock1 in-the' forenoon. I ' . • . f . Acres. Warrantee Karnes and A' os. •. ¦ -. ¦ ¦Taxet LIBERTY. . ¦•;. 100 No. 40 7 84' 100 Nti.'il 7 84 100 ' No. 53 ~" j 02 SO Johri Callalian (owner) 2 96 ~ Kn^ Thomas Dclaney (owner) S.i)6 A.'i jElias Va'uliouten (owner) .2 $6 Inn J°Hph Patterson (owner) 3 '&. 100 Bern Johnson (owner! 2' 90' KHJ.'V 'No. 20 ' -' -.5 3§V .:;/-;•&'. • AXnnmONAL. |"...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

, sew Goods. 7 • .' I ABEL TURRELL, I ¦ S now receiving his FaU and Winter supply ' Goods (embracing nearly every thing wanted in this market) which will be sold extremely LOW hi.tash or ready pay. Mv assortment may be. clawed in part as follows: - - 1 \ _ Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Piints, Oils, Dye' Stiiffs, Groceries, Dry Good?, "Hardware, Stone; Ware, Glass Ware, Clocks. Watches, Jewelry SU-*! ver Spoons, Spectacles, Musical In ?truments, JQquors, Perfumery, Mirrr)rs,Statiuuery.Brushes,Shoesi Yankee Notions, Ac. Ac. T^VInankful for the liberal patronage and substari-' tial encouragement hitherto receivee:, I hope to met-: it and receive a continuance of the sartie. v-Z A few of the articles kept for s lie arc • named' below: - ,:.- Groceries.—A good variety of £ ugars, fine flk-i vored Teas; good and cheap Molasses, Coffee",Pet* per, Spice, Ginger, Saleratus, Raisins, Rice, $u\ck--; erel, Codfish,^ntee Currants, Tapit ca, AJrrowR^t , '¦ Mace, Manna, Sage, Nutmegs, Clov :s,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

..'. DrugtemdMcdJcintt^vA M^^^mim ^dpat. gCTuirie:trirkeyt rbeuT3a^ morpmajr sulpliaajarid' acctaa,, veSl^^SSIfli ^:p^M^Si|Bl sulfateyJe"dumifteV c^i^JlnagiSiiiiirffl^fe'^^P tor.red oxjde';.xSr,,.ii^ n.uMi^S^p^e^S^^S u;on;^Wg^vtuiitey;g^m^^|ia^^^^ pmel, tartar cmeocrad and niJi^O^;^^^^fi j^pa^- smt ^"^m^^.^^ism^^ Ku-away'db. Tadj&pul^^tianV ifenca^infel^ dust, gum kino,itruifc:fseamw.oniuo^fB&Mi^immS rosive sublioiatc; calamine hipa*: ](fa.v tt ^ ggMag frcnA dui^bismuthsubniCau^i^ som and guttdxT'sal^loh^ tre, (sajt ftetro) wormse^M^gB^attep^TeMP ncd Sum;c^phpr,:radgU>g|r>ftrncmiritta anm& ^ayeiinoKpuly,;cube&r^ crcamjjftartat;bWnrieacid,>np^ea^ da;JHtepo3pc^c.uaril^aui#6cM?^^'g ^ ^ ruvian^Wk> puly.-i«krigepejp^hi arabicyquillsi elixir^itrtol.^ rirignimtii^ l «t^ ni^g|fe fir, vemce turpcDtwe.bftvbervti5lowTvhym.w^^^B root, sal ammom^ts^e pt^a^ sp^^ ii^ig^fiipoW^f root; j»»bj>er Befries^iraspjedsui^ dragons bloodi'p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

^~'*f-^h-j>^jfe/Kte S(dt,^p^i- ir'^^-; | p J £:¦>'¦&}'• ¦¦¦"<. ;'"'Sra^sr.REHjrED#..'.?-i'.->, -r-.t^y&'j m^Fttte Orotind Roc;k Salt, - Km j ::X£pJt Dairy andJ'apdly use, of SBJpenorjquaHlyg?* i ' "'JL-;;. put up 111 Canisters, Boxes, arid yanousazftffli'f i iBi^s.; For1 Side at-the Mills, iri'Furmah streeiPis i BjopHyh; and at the office'of the companv.vNife • lijO^Wall street, Ncwi York; ¦¦ .-.. j '-\S:.7'k Wi ! M777 -[. . I. , B,KANS0M,A1 Ken'e1s>l .yjlfey Ypijk,Harch] ISoO. : ¦ 7'~'1_,; 7^:A$m T "-~'-?S^^iateIiley'» :Pldllglti.:":ii-'&;S|^ raEKE;|celebrated;: plouglis:rire i»w:nianula»tjif , fAWed,^ .thasubscriber at.tbe!jfbrmett dsMegm ?,a^*£B£0fy n% Mpritroip; and;arefpr'saleaf IM the F«>uh^^afidjafe'tous~&;^ A ny persorigivuig oiiea folr trraJj; wid bem|=dis»tp|: isfied-tatli iu worki^fe'at! hlie^ Also, Mott'sicelebl^e^side-hiUlanaiWayni-(MW. ploughs. -. ..,^ii^^sE^;Frjia^;l« - Moritrose, April9^gf|||...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

FINS LUMBER. A few hundred feet of seasoned pine lumber, ei'I'cr pantl or common stuff, would be received on account if brought immediately. Also, Lath. MwhJ'J. j. W. Chafmas. MARRIED, la Brooklyn, L. 1^, April 17th, by the Rev.Dr.' Lansing, Mr Jamk Katsob of llontrqse, Pa, to Mi8sJtuAL.McaroitD of Providence> B_L . BUD, In this borough, on Friday morning the 19th inst, Ass Jake, daughter of Thomas and Jane Ma" wjnnney, aged 7 years and 9 months, i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

boots; ^IPSTEE ; ' tiri i^'c.'iiboTH, 4 co, I FaJnonablelCloihing Emiporinm ! wbolesalk ik RETAIL, 27:Cviertllftidt-stji' eic* York ¦ (aj few doors below the Western Hotel.) TH1]S HQFSE. by reason of its Great Popular-, ity and extensive Reputation; both for the Superior Qualities and Cheapness of its Goods, has recently been extending its business, until it now presents an assortment at once unrivalled by any m the city.1 'One ;bf the Firm, beiug- one of the Pioneers in the Clothing Business, devotes all his time toi purchasing Goods for the Establishment, Which^ hi s long Experience, acknowledged skill, and. with, the aid of abundant capital, he is enabled to do with tbe most predominant success. Another of the Firm Superintends, in person, their offensive Manufacturing Department; and the Stoick thus produced, and with a view to Neat' less. Elegance and Utility, and amounting to nearly, 5100,000 in value, comprises an assortment now unequalled, iarid they defy all compction. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

To Dairy-men and Farmers. ^Valuable Property for Sale. ' I ^Hb following Real and Personal Estate, as X hereinafter described, situate in New Milford, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, will be sold at a great bargain to aoy one who may choose to purchase. The real estate consists of seven hundred acres, five hundred of which are under improvement, and on which are four dwelling houses and seven barns. Tlie farm is well designed for a Dairy, and is cipable of feeding one hundred Cows during summer and winter, and everv part of it well watered with springs and streams." The buildings and land arc iu good condition, and on tbe premises are about five miles of good Stone „Wall, and the other fences are also good and on.f he woodland are large quantities of Chestnut Timber, which will supply the farm for many years to come, and which, will also be valuable for building the Railroad which is soon to be built up Martin's Creek-Said farm has a very pleasant and desirable location about se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

jj '-- .Exwwt©*VJf«iteiy:^sf-»VTOTICE is hereby, gi,veit to iillpprsbw interest , J. 1 bd.iii -thc'se.ttlcracnt.pf tlie Estate jot''SjjMey Icrt, late of tho tpwristiip'.of NeWiMUford, deceased tbat.letters .feitatnbpfa subscribers; and'that Hicha'el Mdylert ¥|Uirtte«rf to ttHy business, connected with said Estate, at ta late residence,©? the saal S. :MayJe.rt, .inNpwiJia, ior^an4.-xL.S^. .^n^oy.wiU4^^' E!*^JL Y^^ ¦See; '.iiiijajmitroao,;; .All' jicr^orisrhajvirig^ deuriaw ;aj^ns£:tho''Es&te will' present them -tfrijry atheriti catctl, for feetttemeultoeitlier of the Exeeutors; arid riiiy.peraons. indebted to ithcyEsttte .*(Ujli:pW|i|i roako-immediato payment, -: '.. i i V . .V-fefei \ v ;•:;.„"";, mioiiael' MEYraRT;f^Sl \ \ 77Kr7x " !'ii^i:$/m^w^i 7i; ^^7] \:JE>at««t arrival Of Jf«rirel^at-f*«|« ¦ ii?«sa?jne»iv)tKl<from;-2iew?.: ; T^-i(^ !elh-JflwehgrHeaJsistlrigpf Silver and t^W^ch jea. Silver and Plated Spoons and Forks, GtMBaB ,*iid;Pini, 'iCliaiM. '.mr-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

of " ^Jji^^t^tei, &c.-^ gs^fearaUjto^aJrthe attention ourrendi||^^^tt^#t'-of-.transplanting trees. In a praO T.number we haw urged the imporf^ of paying more attention to the culti-^on of fruit and'other trees; we will not jepeat itj but as the proper season for trnrrs-»mting has arrived, and having had some ajjeri^ct '-in the business, wo will give »rne directions for doing it properly. It is juito important to have thetreedug up with jroper care and attention. Our plan is to »rumence at a suitable distance from the to acee^ in-proportion size, to secure an abundance of roots, and dig a trench with a ipade or sharp mattock, (the latter is prefer->bli3,) qrjite around the tree deep enough to mVp'ffrfljof tbelatteral root*;, then work it ^t^Stro ,^© ascertain where the top root ind its branches are; cut them off; the fine ibrous roots are of as-much or more imporancothafi,the large roots. .Insettingont, the holes should be dug argo was to leave plenty of room i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

A New Article of Food. A now article of palatable food is attracting some attention. It is called meat buscuit, and consists in an improved process of preserving the jrtstritious properties of meat, or animal flesh of any kind, by obtainihg the concentrated extract of it, and combining it with flour or vegetable meal, and drying or baking the mixture in an oven, in the form of a buscuit or cracker. One pound of this bread contains the essence, or extract'Jiof more than five pounds of meat, (including its usual proportion of bone,) and one ounce of it will malce a pint of rich soup. Five ounces a day would be an ample supply for one man. Dr. Ashbel Smith, rn a letter to Dr. Bache, says he feels quite confident that the meat buscuit will, ere long, form a part of the indispensable supplies of every expedition into our western wilds, and of every military corps on oar frontier. He says he has eaten several times of the soup, aud it has the fresh, lively, clean, and thoroughly d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

II. YT & ErieJBatlroaidi J*Everyb»- - *"dy*ir Market Line.. _ ¦ THSTTuE^Oera-are uow prcpaWd; to'rcceiv Freight of all kinds at the Owego Depot, and also at the Binghamton, Great-BenA and Lanesbo ^ ro' Depots, every Tuesday, Wednesflav and Thurs day, of each week, and continue 'sjrith regularity throughout the season. They will Jattend to forwarding the same to the New-yorkjMarket, where they have made arrangements with experienced salesmen, who will attend to theiselling of the same, and return the proceeds in Bankable funds at cither of tho above Depots, to the| following persons:—At the store of F. Raynsford, Owego; at the storehouse of C.MTIinney, Binghamton; at the office of jas. Griffin, Great Bend; apd at the Hotel of E. Benson; Lanesburo'. JAMES S1SK, Binghamton, ' s- JAMES GRIFFIN, Great Bend, , F. RAYNSFORD, Owego. Owego, July 23, 1849. Agents:—0. MMfinney, Binghamton; E. Benson, Lanesboro'. ; CiiTAiN Jakes Sisk will superintend the business throughout the whol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

"Watchman, wMt ofthenig&tT CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND JEWELRY of all the various patterns in New York market-, can be had at True's, No. 4, Public Avenue. He offers Watches for at least two dollars less than the.same quality have been offered in this market. Purchasers may be sure that none but No. 1, letter A, are sold here, for wu find 'tis but such can be safely warranted. Patent Lever Watches, gold, from $45,00 lo $90,00 j)0 silver, from 18,00 to §23,00 Detached Lever, gold, from ' 35,00 to 45,00 Do. silver, from 15,00' to 20,00 Cylinder Escapement, gold, from ,28,00 to 35,00 Do. silver, from 12,00 to 15,00 English Quartiers, from 6,00 to 8,60 Gold Pens and Pencils from §1,75- to S8,00, Gold Rings from 3 shillings to 93,50. Breast Pins from 1 shilling to $8.00„silver belt slides, gold, steel and gilt chains, gold Keys, slides, steel beads <fc clasps, silver ware, music boxes, accordions -and a thousand and one tra'ps, which, for want of room, we must omit to mention...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

H*^^^5 H lil 111 illlllti Sil. tcoUn Block ruttmi «ur«, Broolljii, !C. T.. j BRANT'S'INDIAN i fULMONARf; BALSAM, ttat cured without the leuit shadow of doubt, very many of the.-imrt itrmg7y developed euro* of ulcerated and diittstd lungs—mica cues ns wore never cured by »ny other medicines—sod which W«srp so uttcrlp kopelea, that the discased persons were pronOHnciS by phytlcUns sod friends, to be SCTUSLtYDTISO.' "' ;, Thu Balsam is * Vegetable compound, which never injures any parson when it is used for the care of Chrpnic dtaiaws. It possesses ttrax' g, aclw. PURIFYING «nd ALTERATIVE properties, and such ether nedicatioiu as are essExtixllt NECEssiBY to euro all Coughs, and to curs IboCvrry identical Couoil Disease, which is'called by physbisns and others, and Is really considered to be, without the feast doubt*. Pulmonary Consumption. , Tins Balsam htals and cur^s ulcers fnthc Lungs, and elfcvrbore internally, na certainly and easily aa that other medicine wliich wo cull *• U...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

- -!-':,TaicK9^0F-fir/ACii«;..- ^^ Ltt Er^VBODj;Bi" ib?i»»oC*ii^i^*.^Tht«i Sareaparilli tor .iSlcjltf thordifferenTtowna tallsd s">* Townsend'e: Sarrapi««U^;riK;t|»ii^eraa*aVlhB -Ota,*' NAT,.GBNp,ISE, ^;«U:ujat,;TftisT*SSvft^n?S?1 - S?3s2Ld %1««-T>'«the aMUmea ihe mterofpoctorS? E uT^„^'™u? er«U0rtiihathe»lsT«it iThanW? ' ™r,<Kr, de C5*°f!,">el sciKWlSrandprafcri^d torfifii JJv^ft 'M,^?«, i lhW!h i«,he-flever oraeffiad mediSr.1 iStfbadt^,!S"cI, mV* t»ir.minApr<££s* ino« ainrarlft^w ,l,c,M att<1 .veracity of the inan. 1^5 i^rlir^T '^^^'in^thwmafeAeatsorahS Jul iKXlrfe^>n «Sen l«irn «.behartestaBl(„t hmoJ *He BniMio* S?' afliJ ifiBrcoursewithLflieir fel!»t ^livlMSfmL^£»««IOtaPP'to.W»i*«mmnB; mato/n*antodu«mS^ forms,in orderTto impress lhe mhi,^*?sWeR^Se : theOld J>octor?*Sir«pariHalg^%l^^*^ '?« Sat»apariffl^mado.from the 08 ^Zgfflg&g'i; ™ pii'-fh\i$3v. Townsendaaya »^^iK»S2f Jfe1' namefor*71.i(.werlft)Iwill'gjva fin?«...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

RaisiDg Mules. JIb. JpARffAM:—I desire to call the atten->n of farmers to the importance of raising ulesi^'I ia*"6 been informed bv those camstgntuiftjjidge-i tbat a niule colt can be rearl to two yesnipH * on the same amount of m that * tiWyearold hog would consume. E'e^r|ethiiiouie would require some -graagip.gr^od^astnre. An acre of clover, I sup: >ee, would suffice for the head. * Put the mod -of»inare«at^S4*-i-theco rn for colt at ili-pasturage »t $10—the time and trouble J^27 fix6'pbole cost of the mule at two ljat6f$$Qpi(l)K $2(T, andll^ofthe twea-Hteferrflabor performed on tlie farm—in ih^r%!or(3«, jt-is ^turning into money that ucb^ Jabor....IJtbink ail will agreeKwith; nie at mules at two years" old never bringless an 440. At^ two and a half years old •yy»re;' »iio«j ;geDernlly worth $60.' Now ew ire-ptoifl figures. Any one can make e calculation himself, and lie will sec that y«»fimai» h aiair one. Mules are always Uptble—cottonian 'tbe made without th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

MONTROSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY; 1: , i» —r MARK J. O'BK.IEIf—Sous! and Sign Painter, Puper hanger. Glazier, Grdincr tb Decorator. SViop'over J. T. Birchard's carpenter shop a few rods east pf Warner's Hotel. \ J. H. OIIMIOCJK—Attorney \at Law—i5fBco removed to Front Room of his regiden.ee, two doors ea^t of hi» former location, in- Turnpike street, thirl buii<ling from corner of Public Avenue, and nearly opposite M. S. 'Wilson's Store. June, 18491 i - ¦ A. BAsLOWlX—Saddle, Harness, Carpet-Bag and Trunk Manufacturer, and Carriage Trimmer, Shop,! on Turnpike street, .opposite L L. . Poi,t &'Co"k. j ' CM. SIMtOTOWS—Fashionable Boot and Shoe maker, ovei A. Baldwin'a Harness shop, Turn pike street) ¦ > ROSE & SI3IPSO!f—Deal'prs in Stoves, Stove trinfmings, Tin, Sheet Iroh and Copper Ware, Dry fGoodsj Groceries, Ao.-T'iibUc Avenne EI,»KEli> Ac NEVfCOJMB rDealers in Hats, Cap^j and Furs; opposite tho " Democrat Printing office, foot Public Avenue. JOHN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

TABMEBS'DEPAfiTMENT ^v *i.'..i,t ',;t .yV?.-...-.;,try " ,\ I, ':' - ' '-'¦'' ¦ ' •' ¦ '• - j^g||gteBii.-58,:ig6o.. ;;;:¦,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

£^- the subject the following lines, many of our readers-in this vicinity win recognize k former highly esteemed friend and neighbor* now deceased ; and on this account as well as its intrinsic merits, the article is welcome to a place in jour columns; ' ! For Old Register. , j ;^To toy Mother in IleavcnJ j. Tbou'st bid adieu to Earth, Mother— i ' *n»y sands have quickly s)jed ; j _ The golden bowl of life is broke, j Thy spirit on high hath fled. i This light that gilt thy brow. Mother, i All radiant, now has flown; ! j The Spoiler Death has sr)ed his dkrt, j . -•-' And chumsd thee tor his own." Thy race is early rim,-Mother, Thy guide-star Faith and Hope, Whose cheemg light enabled thee ' With sin's dark form to cope. -u We hear thy .voice no more, Mother— | That ^voiee of mngic spell— ' Yet shall wc grieve, when thou hast gone ¦ With Saints in light to dwell i We had not thought that thou, Mother, Wert thus to go so soon r • • Thy life's bright sun unclouded rose, Unclouded s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

MAY. BT JOHX CLA&K. When sppise-trees iu blossom are;. And etierries of a silken white; \ And king-cups deck the meadows fair, j And daffodil* iu brooks delight; "When golden wall-flowers bloom around,] And purple violets scent the ground, j And lilac 'gins to show her bloom",—| j V.'e theri may say the May has comcj j Whtmliappy shepherds tell their tal* . j Under thetender leafy tree; . i And all adofrn the grassy vale . The mocking cuckon chanteth free; Arid .Philoniel, with liquid throat, j j Dotli pour the welcome, warbling note, That had "been all the winter dumb,— ': We then nay say the May is come.: ' When fishes leap-in silver stream, And tender com is springing high, And banks are warm with sajnny beam. And twittering swallows cleave the sky, And forest bees are bamming near, And cowslips in boys' hats appear, h rid maids dp wear the meadow's bloom,— We then may say that May is come.I>_- Ta&AatiNG as ZA5? BcsKEss.—A roihiqter had j a deacon i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 23 May 1850

A DAY'S5 EXGimSION One. day last summer I took my place in a Gravesend steamer, and found considerable amusement ; in watching the various charactera. Two persons , in particular attracted.say notice; one was a_ middle aged gentleman, stout, rather salry, taciturn, who paid uo attention to any linng being on board, ! except a huge Newfoundland dog, that was pant- j ing or lolling out hts tongue, roaming among'the , passengers, shoving them out of his way, or fright- , ening Siildreh, by suddenjy covering their faces with one lick of his great tongue, and convincing t nervous ladies thai he was going mad, by the vigor j with which he stuck out his legs while rolling upon the dock. His? master eyed these pranks with a sly Smile, and seemed'quietly to enjoy the terrors occasioned by thfr antics of his burly friend. The j other person whom 1 specially noticed was a very j pretty and well dressed lady. Young lady she ' would no doubt have been called, but that the had ' with her a ...

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