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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

Jast Received i>y Mail Road, lit HI. S. Wilson's. 4 NEW stock of Goods,purchased at the p es-CX. sent reduced prices, and for sale acenrdinj rly. Dry Goods in all variety,Crockery. Groceries, Hi rtltvare and Cutlery, Harness, and Carriage Triminii igs, 3hoe Kit and Findings, lror)vSteel, Sails, ic ^ Btots md Seocs, Bonnets, <tc itc Montrose, &Uy 23. 1849. . tr21tf ASJiiugle JMnchiiie For Sale. For particulars inquire at the office of the Susquehanna Register. [May 23.1849 Slats and Caps. 4 LARGEandsuperiorMsortmentof Drab Fur, l\- Fur tapped anil Ctilifornia Wool Huts, Leghorn anil Palm Leaf do, and Sumnur Caps of AVtr Styles. Also, C'oarticund Fine Boots and Hints, for Ladies, Gentlemen, Xoutlu and Children in fill assortment, just receceived and will be sold lover than ever by ' H. BURRITTl New Milford, Mav 14 th, 1649. Daguerreau Miniatures. | WB. DEANS ch-sires to statu that lie lias xt-• ken rooEis over the Store of S. S. Mulfc rd it Son, where he is p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

loW^sirB^iMsrtec^tm^ . :.,'l'.--L_. ¦;-'- ,.: -¦¦ -HtH- ---i-^L; JIl. BAlJDWrSf-r-Saddle, Harness,^ Carpat- ; BagandTTnnkiLmufacturer,an4CarriajjcTrini- 1 tr. Shop, on Tuaniiike Street, opposite "L 'ILL 1 Post A Go's. ¦ ¦ t ' ' " I C. M.SIMOTOBfS—Fashionable Boot and Shcie ] maker, over A. Baldwin's Harness shop, Turnpike street j ROSE & SIMPSOX—Dealers in'StovcL, I Stove trimmings, Tui, Sheet Iron'andICoppir Ware, Dry Goods,, Groceries, Air^ Public Ayenup. 1 I ELDBED & If EWCOMB—Dealers in Hats, Caps, and Furs; opposite tiie " Democrat" Printing ofice. foot of Public Aveftuo. v ' L.IXES &, BISSEI-I^Fx^pnablo ^Tailors;". first door above J. Ethridge's Stpre, whifrej they-. nwy be found ready toeniecutc all ojrder^ feir cuttii g and making garments in a satisfactory'nianuer. ^ ~ ' ,| ' ., _ ; JOHiV GROVES—Fashionallle Tailor-J over Geo. -Fuller's Book Store, where he does!wc|rk in a style altogether unsurpassed, j ¦ ' S1!IITHS,STE VEXS & AVERY—Cabi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

l t-»-B6WK: STHWE^IieHtoyali^':¦ --•'. THE iBo>lf, Store,isiremoviid;to. the Store farniertyi'&pcnpie^ by Messri. Merrill <fe Caso't s a Hat Store, one doorjabbve Seafje's Hotel, whewii ins just fesen received W variety of) new Books, ameng which are ; '' ^ ' : +S'.i.:-i.-i Layard'si Remains of Niiievdli, ^ - • TheI Women of the- Revolution, ¦.' [. ThdFaniilyBook,byAiiderson, . , .. Life of Cromwell, by Heodly, ....... The ilapipy Home, by Rev. 3,'Hamfltof^' . Small Clasp Bibles—a valuable article.;: "Large Family Bibles, from*l to$6.' 1 Viator Drops;.by Mrs. Sigoumey,;, ,; . , I .. Merry's jilusenin, - - .' V v ' ' The American Farpi "Book, ' , ¦ Leibig's Agricultural Chemistry.'." ' ; : Buist's'Fonruly Kitchen. Gardner, . '• : . Colt's-AmdricanFruit Book, ...]..-Thomas' JFruit Culturist, . "-"] Complete hardener and Florist, ' - ,,.,, Sequel td the Mysteries, and Miseries of K.. Yo-'k. Common School Sneaker. ' ' ; Pinney's French Grammar and Reader,! '•'....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

^^irt^^StJ^s^^isie ,- ^d^m^m^m^'miii^fm ¦ in -pnwnaneeof tbaaetofAaMnMy^rthkCb moBwealth, o|£the 4th d»jr(^,||SWfA. P4M1, ( titled on act to, provide KTenue to mett Ikn mancls"trpoo the treasury and fcr ottar pttM and an act of AprU I6U1, A. aif^aBtfiUcTH act to increase the revenue and dfaniakh tfcilaj latiye espenses; of the Cotninctowealth' f ifc act pa3s64, the'S2.d d*y of April; A.I).J8«,« tied ttah act tcj proyjd^ta;U«;*idnrti«c»i Public Debt," the uhdeni gnad, ApptatoatflC, M cantHe taxes fof SusqaehinMpq^.to^wt red-allstidf. aU||" lft>^AH^:«iain!|r^^i%.:li ness within said cc^tyi;*«i»wae^..*icK'M'' said Merclmnts in that cUsa wniA tohla •»•»» right iuidr just jiuieard^.to-lw:|f99f|te.«f ai acts 'of assembly as follows, yia; --A >i:V^4»i,f Jfej v Residence, >..- \\-fTamn-pf Jf«r^p»<ftj;.; ¦%;'<¦¦• Auburn, -'., J, 'N.'MitcheB*&>. X,,., I .;.* Brooklyn, ;jawinTJtogr](ti&afy Jt3 do. ' i a-iuElttotot';"-": '¦-' ji't^ d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

MARRIED, 'A L M.SailLjIiU^r^Ul-X-£gi-^tondaii.;.l'n , .f tJ>J«yt- ^y-r ' the Itev. Joseph rA. Coppe. vviltjam .lEssrr Mclfokd, Esq^ of this Borough, to Miss Minv Ht-i-TiKO, eldest daughter of Luther D. Cooke, of the former place. In Gibson, on the lOih iost, by Rev. J. Todd, Mr Sil.43 MxaawAN WurrxEr and MisiC'.vu'iiLn m.\ PAnMQITEB. j In Gibson, on Hie 1st inst, by Rev. Absalom Van<t I go, Mr. Rcrcs Drvjft" nnd Miss Pauu.va EsTBorrt' ! . died; l In Bridgewater.cn Friday the Kth inst.; Mrs. \v\e j belli EtrtiBEru Catlin-, wife of Martin L. (!atlin, and daughter df the late Almon H Rc-ad>- deceascd. in the 27tfc year of her age. r. • In Bridgewater, on the same evening, Mr. Is vac" ! Peckins, one of the earliest settlers of this 'vicinity, aged 84 years.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

&si&enis^sUi%mksitnum0*0***emen**i^***ti**u*m*m mM* m'u» a» M r n.A Tphnflnirfton. PA1tKfgDfl> TiyPAPTlTFTqT &:<sA»a*rperimant Worth Trying. ¦ M^^'EarroRs: Through the columns ^^! iv$lttable paper, I:hope toi maty* M^Jtm expennient which I adopted in th,e ilture.of com. In the first! place, I ridged ^lait^iflboutiiliefiretjOf May—then I took MisBe) qflime, one of plaster, one of salt, Ipbife^ 'isbest ihtlroixetl them alt well "t jafi^-r-iheii I dug'the hole for .the lull, •4inf.,each place I. put. as mucji of the >mposition as I could hold in one hand: .then jWrVthe corh on toi), and covered it lightly 5b. e^rth, _ Tb,6.eflfect produced was nston-3pDg.|. It Tsj also a preventative against the Bab, And other insects which infest the coru-&L I . : . - &3i^1d •recommend to those, who should ^ TCr^ bxtry Uie above process, that if they >iid not spend tiniesufriciefit to put it into w hill, to place it on the s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

ll \ Banting Corn. K [^.almost all subjects connected with farmng?, there is a diversity of opinion existing Bth regard-to the best time to plant corn. pMno contend that it is best to put in the feed at the -proper time of the year, even if is ndt very favorable weather. Others say, *eyer plant until tfie ground can be mnJo in nod order for tho reception of the seed. pfThej former is a very nnpbilosophical view rat? idea of tiie matter. If the ground be ploughed when it is wet, the necessary conse-|uence Wit will be hard andcloddy, and very lifficult to get and keep in order. all the ri k: Il should never be ploughed until enough to break up mellow. . If it is gntirfcy and sodden when broken up, it will ¦amain so until dry weather, and then turn jte/doijs; or else it will settle down and'be MJtm thin"-before ploughed for hardness. '^iiutj lf not desturbed until dry enough to fetumbje when turned over, it will be easily jkept mellow all the year. After ploughed, toe-Sooner plan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

CHERRY PECTORAL. Far Ifce Care «r COUGHS, GOLDS, HOARSENESS, BROSTOHITIS, GROUP, ASTHMA, WHOOPING-COUGH AND CONSUMPTION. THE most distinguLheil Physicians in this and other countries before whorii this preparation has been Iniil have bestoiveil upon it unqualified praise as an article of. rare excellence and one better calculated to cure all forms of Pulmonary disease than any other remedy known. Read the following testimony and judge carefully from it—it is from men of known respectability", not from persons of -whom you have never before heard ' Dr. J. V. Smith, Surgeon of the Fori of Boston, Says—" It gives me pleasure to speak with approbation of such a medicine as is here offered to the public If any preparation can subdue diseases of the lungs, Cherry Pectoral can do it". The Editor of life London Lancet sayB; We can speak with confidence of its intrinsic merit Dr. Perkins, the venerable President of Castleton Medical College considers it a composition of rare excellence f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

To Farmers and Dairymen. THE subscriber having purchased the right of manufacturing and vending Crowell's Patent Thermoiheter Churn; would cordially recommend them to eycry fanner and ihuryman as the best churn ever introduced to the public. The principal advantages this churn has over all others, are these: 1st, it is constructed in slich a manner that the-top can be taken off so as to give free access to the interior, which makes it perfectly convenient to put in the Crcani and takeout the butter—the pa* dies can betaken out, making it stilt more conve--nient to clean. 2nd,fa thermometer is-attnehed- tothe chum so as to show tiie cxnct-tcmperatoxc of the cream, which experience shows sliould be from 60 to 62 degrees. Sd, a chamber or space- is arranged around tlie bottom of tho chum for the Duroose of admittincr cold or warm water sd as 'to bring the cream to tho right temperature without mixing the water with the cream. It is well known to all butter makers tliat cream too co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

J Few Dailf Miic of Stages . , • Bettceen Montrose ami Great Bend AF( |TJR horse stage will leav*Montrose every m inring, (Sundays excepted) for Great Bend arrivinf in time to take the railroad cars, and enabling K ssengers to reach New York the sihnc ever ning. * Returning, leave Great Bend on the. arrival of the cars from New York. Carcf ill and accommodating drivers and first rate teams are employed on tliis route—and the proprijetors pi ;dge themselves to use every exertion to "make tl .eir line pleasant and expeditious. For srjats apply at. Senile's Hotel, in' Montrose. j29 - A. MORGAN & CO. 5gg"rLEASE TO BEAD THI8..Jg3 Sears' New»Pictorial Works; for 1S49. Great c \anecfor Book Agents to clear from ?500 to $1000 a i/car. j BOOpS OF UNIVERSAL UTILITY. ' Sears' New and Popular Pictorial Works, the most sr lendidlv illustrated volunies for families ew er issut U on the American Continent, containing more tl an four thousand engravings, designed aucl executed by the -m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

\ -IVKSTEftN'NEW-YOjnK" 1 '_' COLLEGE OJF; H|EAL'tH 207 ItlaUirStrcct, Eufialo,. N.""lf. i DR. G. C.'rVAUGHjN'S Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixtare, THIS celebrated remedy5 is eonsLiijlIy iirolcasing iu fainebyi tlio "tnnny-etirp^jt Is maSiife ALL OVER THE Wt^KLD. It lias now become the enlffncdidne far, family *u% anil b particularly rccomihcmlcil for. : " BKOPSY: I all istages of tu1scompiaintiihniertiatel.itrelieved, no mal-Icriofnow Ions stanilin?., See, Pamphlet for le jtii^oat/.— This disease is as frightful, hs Cuaui&J aniKlhc Blow and dreadful progress of. tlio malady.- iiVwrtitay lite tyttcn to a degree wliicn renders -tlie'patient utterly unable la matt, forms one ef its mort distressing feature}!. . HITHERTO ilNCDKAJlLE, it now yields to this remedy—and FhyJisians use it publicly ahd privately witli perfect success. l*t any one who has ever had a symptom pf Dropsy, |of any cliaractcr, keep UUs article by them arid if they Would avoid the ¦* nmvral 1 APPLICATION [OF ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

-¦¦!. I -—. ., ,.» .ggBBHBjSBBap f t V.r-= |jr«»C^S»I,.»«i! OUAilASHlisvk.-;.' Read this Column carefuU^. y1"*,rj",'« SarshpnritlaTor isle jMhc difTon:i>t.t<J*»i - .Mlted oh! Dr. JacobTi>wiiMnd'Mar?»P»'fa,a--l't*'»«*":' : ?i-I*d- M" «h«'m-isiuai; 4cl 'TUU^tu-V-Astaiimm IMRhon.1:,;Dr>T«»n«i;id has. cit^^deJrovrtljaqiWW ' Uy liut o- ght yiars, iu miveniiiut I, is IsVrsSnu-HilfwMeli SS.y » ? a«b«aeter andreVu»ti«i»tf>r)H|dwil<lktJ Dhllcd States and a greater mrt if tho woriS-Sha ssi« : - being- eiidrmow. i\' ' N" jMieieited Hie'euiihlity orr.OTftin^rmrineipl.^isi* -*»JJ.M-?i',m S **a l>«hccn cnsagtVl iu ncddJimTcCi* . pabficalliris fi>l-l»;i,u.nl,,,r0r yi.nl. TilU''timtiiSSmif - fc'Jter*:tfaw«syail. Hq .pniicU tfca uttiuUw ofa«|l»> . • .«t.Binptementr_or, | 0.dn|n,„r<.lf|li, ...JaVib-paiip" \ W TowdyeutT* Bjmapnrltl^ifc ,|,0 WrjSt. iife^^te. \ lurns webad oipondcd in, n4,ct,ang „ ^"jaJwMJ^f? to:embark in tho rbun.n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

From the Chronotype. Song of the Pumpkin. THEBEGISTEE. ptBUSHED EVERT THTTESDAY UY Jamea W- Chapman. A(ttMepaymentuTbash per year, * $1 BO "oatBtthecndof the year, 2 80 BY A TASREE. . »HVttW <* rteeiving the gift of ttftmptin Pea) •v. i Qui&dy and Cur in the lands of the sun, JnJ vUs °»*e go0*"* ¦»! ^ rich melon runi„i «e rock and the tree and the cottage enfold, Wit) broad leaves aU greenness and blossoms all gold, ' ta that which o'er Nineveh's prophet once grew, V>flc he waited to know that his warning was true, ml longed for the storm-cloud and listened in vain or the rush of the whirlwind and red fire-rain. 3n the bonkrof the Xeril the darkSpanish maiden Comes up with the fruit of the tangled vine laden; And the Creole of Cuba laughs out to behold trough orange leaves shining the bright spheres Xti with dearer delight from his home in the North, Ob the fields of his harvest the Yankee looks forth, Wtere the crook-necks are coiling and yellow fruit ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

WOMAN'S DEYOTEMESS A True Tale of Napoleon's Time. J The Emperor Napoleon had on one occasion af- i ter an audience with the foreign ministers, remained.; conversing with Josephine in the deep recess of a , window that overlooked, the gardens of- Fountain- j Mean. They were interrupted by the entrance of i one of his officers, the Chevalier De Merville, who bowing said— . j "Sir, a young lady from Lyons has been wait-i iag hours for an opportunity to see you.'' j " 'Why was she not admitted ere this P asked Na- j ptaeon hastily. " Your majesty forgot that the Austrian Ambas- i sador has just departed." "Ah! I had forgotten! A young woman!; What is her business with mc f ' . "Some petition, I believe, sir," answered De; Merville. " WclL well show her into our presence now, ; said the Emperor, looking .at Josephine with aj[ smile. , |; The officer retired and soon re-appeared in the cqrrodor, with a lady leaning upon his arm, whose; nee, as much as could be seen, was very beau...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

From Graham's Magazine. LUCK IS EVERY THING. BV JOSEPH R. CHANDLER. ' . The.course of true love, it is amid, did never yet run smooth; and those who have had experience on that turnpike of the affections, or rather railroad, as it is soon run over, bear testimony to the jolta, "running off," and mashings up alive, of all which the poets speak. We have no great taste, in this time of politics and perplexitiea, to dabble in " fancy stocks," and risk our reputation for gravity; .yet the illustration-of an aphorism of admitted truth, may be considered seasonable, and the moral deduced from the' illustration may compensate some for the trouble of reading it In the year 1814—we remember the time- well because a part of the incidents of the story were connected with a great event, an event not likely to be forgotten—well, in. the year 1814 a young man, who to a visionary mind, And a consequent want of employment, added a; most desperate affection for-a young lady/quite too good for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

A Yankee trick on a Hoosier landlord. In a quiet little Ohio village, many years ago; there was a tavern where the stages always atafujred\ and the passengers expected to get breakfast—The landlord of said hotel was noted for his tricks upon travellers, -who were allowed to get fairly seated'at the table, when the driver would; Wow his horn (after taking his "horns") and sing [out, " Stage ready, gentlemen," 'whereupon the passengers: were obliged to hurry out and take then- seats, leaving a scarcely tasted breakfast behind them, for^ tvhich, however, they had to fork over [fifty cents! One day when the stage was approaching the house of this obliging host, a passenger said that!he had often heard of the landlord' s trick, and he \f as afraid they would not be able to get' any breakfast. i '' •- ~~ '• ! "" What!—how \ No breakfast V exclaimed the rest] :;. ' -j " ; " Exactly so, gaits, and you may as well keep your seats and tin." . "pon'tthcy esxpect.passer^ers to bwaikfluitP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

^Bineine & WsiBdota'*> ; iTj On. a late, trip of the JNew England, Ko.A fltHBs*- we re two verdant young men in- the. state-room S»j - fron old Virginia, Shenandoah county 1 10th kyj gion!! bound for California!!! v: -¦ '-'";:. -'»¦' ' ' [hey came on board at I^ttsburg-^4rou^t theu* god-washer, shovel and pick-^o* "then" :«tateitx m, and deposited their plunder. . : , (n:,j~ ' fhe boat went on her way quickly, oeeasiorioUT giving a note or "two on her steam-Whistle, whka made the the two vnterrified of the 10th start, 'Ibe dogged," says one, "if that amt the sersfcnl' ' er we've hcam of up in old Sbonv.].!Ihtgr.have lost', of them on this river, they say£" '".' -, ' . . ' j 'I say, Davy, don't they charge4 sicWof MpriM, foi a drink on this ere bjwt!—ten eetts without s<h gar: ifs allowin'to the clKJemeormnVup therrrV er; it's made licker scarce , so the bar-keeper .sstj* " If it keeps on getthV dearer' and dearer as we go' on it will cost a quarter for a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

them™ i *—^*"J"-' ¦ ¦i^ng^jjm'-krijnww.i ,abjn i | an ajftjfr 11 mi iBf* ' THURSjfttjkJi .&L&S. M, W^wb have' received -£"ct fmmuh1eaHori from 33. Walker upon " Universal Benevolence vs. the ^btoodS&i rsty riots of New York and elsewhere" which we have carefttUy perused, but do not j discover fhe' utififyof pubnshiijg! Like all his wri- *afs' oyui -the-gubject; -the- wntiiuents- -uprcjstid,-• ftAc as-we can understand his meaning,. are,imexcepfionBUe,'though his sentences are so obscure to ta^j^cMders , as apparently to excite derision where noticed at all; and were they ever, so. ckiar [£$& [pertinent, arc not calculated to.eEecfc any tliuig.at [the point for which they are'designed. For instance, his preaching'up'the efica^' of yTTniveXBal phrisffah Benevolence."' to suppress., mjob viqlcl^cc, jb/pfec«(o f aniliuryjroree , might do very well if all the riotousr-and rowdy rabble were as:- susceptible jof right impressions as" hnnscjf; but what ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

—: -?—• . ¦. >:,-. m.~ \3iUroad Oslebration. ...Tomorrow .(Friday, June 1st.) the opcnirig.of ihe Neir York & Erie. Railroad to Owego is to be. colebra ed at the latter place-It will doubtless ~l>e a, gret it"2qy forOwego, at which there will be a great gathering. ' A meeting of the citizens was held last Week,.at/which an ample Committee of Arrangement* was appointed, and the order of proceedings Published. 7 A salute of guns and rinsing of bells are [to open the ceremonies at sunrise. flie first Iraki -.of Cars, from New York will arrive at 10 o'clock (starting from Binghamton probably at 9.) hT' Vnich the 'Governor aqd Lieut Governor] and tjie^jesidentond Directors of the Company.arc es? pected, and' Who will be welcomed by a speech Jrom Son. Thomas Farrmgton, President of the!day. Ariblher salute of guns and ringing of bells—a grand Processiqnjuid a Dinner, arc to follow among tb«rpr»c cedmg3, . Besides the directors, officers, engineers 4c. of the co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

"^ fc" T*e"|&ib»|Dn Ota l^dg^" #" ,LAl Eomejp'f tSpLocofoco rjdbers ha^uhdejgaken to^atke a^fle jipliticfficapitto--»t-of ]Bke "st#* of/helarmfonJa!telg^anaC^ panies employingTIiem::—tliat their oppressors were" "higy, who had'-pruHiised'therii'high'er ¦ trages•hist' fall if Taylor was elected,And aH'thttfc sertof things a writer in the Boston Whig & Journal, acquainted with the facts, gives the subjoined -true statement of the case. Our readers are aware that enough «at-the»-ev-U-aiiuded^-and niiscjiievously-disponed boatmen, combined together to stop work^-^not.pnly fhcmselves, but to obstruct the 'passage;of all others wbo'wereldisjjjrtsedto go' oil peienhly :-*rith [their.contracts, fTnd^ titat fileyr iul^jhuV; fay; sonie time completely'blocked iip, the wtrigia}jan of.ith'c liehigh Canal iWm;Mad(mGhinu»iito- Enstdn, defying not only tlie-oWriefi of the Canal, but alKthe civil: authorities' oi the "pJfiWa^d S& le./ 'feiU: they had just about,?4scmuc...

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