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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 May 1850

|5P ^»^mS2atee*fi^a §S22^S i2L*>*'-'tt'ta^ianVas^la^tBaUSaMljaS ^^r tkAMi^^^^»»^^^»*'« M? Ss^!»2i^£kSB Bw?Kffl^«SSS% roost alteerely, fehad t»,«t made thosa •tatemeMSsf E£ »lf or offflfc. -Wn«^prfltineniiarau7b«l»>wt»^»tBSs> ful in all their dealings and imereottraa arknTSilMslBr maai. Oe. applied to, one Ku.lCwto;£W tS,r tffiffi£ ufaeturing hj».miitar«;wattntvq» tar».ntnThan*«a3 matte, aa an inducement to amoart tnthahuauK^r^ThSr men naTe;beeiiiili>ultin» »ad: lrt*»V*n»Ja?aIl neSS formB, in order tojmpreaa.the pnhllc^^ wittTS, bsfiaf^t the Old Doctor'. S»rwp«rniSr*ra» Mltejceh^'&Jm Sarsaw-iUa, wade front the, W. »>«^;,prta«V;TH" ptt, TaisS. V. Toir&endwiJliaTeaotdiS^-W Sfine for 97 a week. .Utitl nveltira «»-lf-h«1%aMff due* ona single solitary -proa' of thir. .;Hi« tlauwaffS Thompson,: Skillmair;* Co:, aw Bprlilng bui.aJuaja,^ falsehoods, simply^made-to deceiTe the, prtwicjina ta*> Ihe truth down To tegardf to'hia souri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 May 1850

• Wktchinahf f$atbf|he^gli^' ' /SLOblM.WATCHES, ASJC, JE^EZUy ofall XJ, the 1,-arioua pattci riaan M!?w York uinrket, can lo hadat-Tfuc's, No. 4, Public Avenue. Hcoffere Watches for at least two dollars less than the same quality "have been offered in this market. Purchasers may be snre:th.it none but Nrt-1, letter A, are sold here, for we find 'Us but such can be Safely warranted. ¦ ' * Patent Leter Watches, gold, from ?4o,00 to $90.00 Do. silver,-from 18,00 tb §23,00 Detached iLever,' gold, from 36,00 to 4o,00 Do. etlvcr, from , 16,00 to 20,00 Cylinder .Escapement, goW- from '-8.00 to B5.00 Do. ..- silver, from 12,00 to 16,00 English Qnartiera, from 6,00 to 8.50 ..Gold Pens and Pencils from iU.75 to §8,0p.-Gold Rtmts from 3 slidiiiujts to,$3,50. Braist Pins Trom-I Bhiliins t<> S8.00, silver belt slides, gold, steel and gilt chains, geld Keys, slides, steel beads ci clasps, silver wrire, music boxes, accordions, and a thousand aud one traps, which, f;«r want of room...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY B£ Jtates W. Cfcapnifrii. , . Advance payment in Cashper year WW Ifpaid within thewit, •-:2S if not at the end of th* year, ;S 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

Old Sascnebanna's Hiils. - .¦••';'. For the Susquehanna Register. Sweet tiiooghts of thee, my dearest boa*,:; Are crowding fOTtnd mj wind, ^ |,' Fur, though in other lands I hib, 11m home J left behind, < Shall ftill in memory's iofl embrace. Present it» fair and lovely face, ^ (" Oo Susquehanna's rugged hi Us, Along her pleasant vales, Beside her gently mumur'mg r iflA, Her fair and verdant dales, ' In Fancy now I wander still, As oft io chilhood't time, - ¦>' When not a bitter thought could chill j SAY ardent hopes of Fame. • The dream has passed away and gone, And, in its vacant place. The hand of Time has harshly drawn Stern Disappointment's face. Yet still I lord to ponder o'er TV scene? that paused in day's of yore, On Susquehanna's ragged hill's And in her pleasant vales, B«*ide her gently murmuring rills. And on her verdant daf«- In Fancy now I wander there, And, in my blissful dream, ] -, I plucked the flowers I thought bo fair Ere Disappomtrr.cnCg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

ToPhcbe. For the Susquehanna Register. Farewell, farewell, poor gay coquette, J I ne'er will see thee more. Thy words say love me fondly yot, I ve love for thee in store. ! , . . Once on a time, I need to while : • An hour away with thee, I misconstrued thy daily smile, " ! Twas only fuoling me. A chat with thee, me thought was bliss, My lip* to thine was. joy,-Bi;t now I know 'twas Judas' kiss That spoilt my Father's boy. r ArewcVH a luu^ autr <sss>rusHsul^. Adieu, a long adieu, ; Bad luck to thee, coquetnh Belle, I wonder what you'll do! Montrose, Mnv 11, 1850. ' PELECI

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

The Dying Child's Revest " Mp'.hcr. d<->n t let them carry me away down to the <li::k church vard. but bury me in the garden—in the j^iideu, uu-.iierr' . ? U mother ! in yon church yard drear ' I L&y not yonr little one,. Where marble tomb-atones o'er iho dead} Are shining in the sur.. yf \ 'irntiwn dear mother! Ironst die, / ' ' But let me not go there;—-' \ ¦ la tiiat ead place I fear to lie. It is too cold arid drear. [ In our sweet garden I wildest,' Beneaththesprange tree. The pocking -imrd time builds her neat,, And slie will sing o'er me. And there,next spring, will roses tos, *" Bloom red upon their stalks, . ' .; ! And hyacinlh and heart's eaie blue, t '¦ Grow by the orange • tree. -. • * The dying child could speak no1 more ; VvTien her lust wish* was iold.j, ¦ ' •'* Death's paleness sprtad her vi=age o'er," HerJip3grCw"whiteandcoldl . \ . Her narrow tomb amid the flowers,' - j Was in the garden made; . , • And oft tiiat mother weeps fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

; ":y;\teiiffi..a^vI;'T, , ;BT CHARLES BICKSKS. '* ' I ', ' CbRc/ittiii ' ¦¦:": L W F^im C5APt^PCBtiPTE» IUJ Thnt tiight ^O jB. IVig lt slopped at Iionie; that Qtiiy night'for mkny rnonfhs- Even Tom the scholar, looked up from Ms books in nmaiem^nt \ but ihen he rememberjed that Wiji.ha'd hot been well, arid that bis mother's atteution having been called to tha circumstjtnoe, It w»b pnly natural *ne shpuld'atajf to j,vAtcli hinv i And no watching could be rnore tepder orinbru eoinjmte. Her loving, eyes seemed never averted from his 'fn'ce; his gfnve, sad, care-worn Face. When Tom wtnt to bed the mother left her sent, and goingup to Will where he sat looking at the fire, $ut not seeing it, she kissed his forehead and said. " Will, lad, I'se been to see Susan Palmer!" She felt the start under her hand which was placed on his shoulder, but he was silent for a minute or two. Then he said : " What took you there, mother f" u Why my lad, it was likely I should wish to see fine you c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

—*oat OtVee OhantTM. Gsoaoe O. Pbidk has,wc understand, been rc-: eently appointed Postmaster at Harford, "in place of Colv SaxaSeypwur. Ajwm. Gay has recentjy been appointed P.M. ;-*A^ quthAulj«m mplawof SaiuuelCarter.! .. ^E^^¦,X' ,^»A«c»et has beep appointed P. M. at *•«??-7"*^ Onice inBilv^r Lake.to bo called y#™ff&>*dto*Ra™i«o°& Post Office, we understand, has been discontinued. "s ; "' |s% By the cut and advertisement op another /fJP*JsS»7* Tthia.P*Per i.1 will be seeuthat anew cir-.CUS js to visit this place on Monday next We can ^ not puff its performances hi advance, but we con' elude there mus$ be something new about it, as it , is about life first Uircus or Menagerie we liave vet ^heard of (excepting the one with the famous Apo lo?ican, of course) that did. not boast for its music ; «f'having*- ike Boston. Brass Band." tsW Wc are requested to announce to the friends °, "r- O. & Baorett, and to those who may require tis •"rTOttybath...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

\ ^fca oBaregtfoaa *r~'» i NotwitLianding the complete fsilura of to latf atteaaptof G0 Lop« Jo raake a cooguest ol.thc t0l of CubaSit tkriatcne^ome , serous mult* M* 4ff' M*1W *«»« portion of hit fi>llow(>re have rtathr good then- escape to lhe.lJuitedSUU8 .and ho for the purpaw of encouraging the perseverance of other hodierof men at New Orleans and elsewhere, that were preparing to follow him, has been pretending that the expedition was but: temporarily abandoned, some iWor.fivejjf ^ruVle^-fo«^ caught by thi! Cubalts and summarily shot. But riot content with selling upon those found in arms against the government, they have arrested numerous other Americaas, and some on neutral ground, on mere suspicion of hps tile intentions, and are holding on,tojlheni without any evidence of thcir intendiug to'prosecute the war. . Against, this, President Taylor has, given out orders to remonstrate, and w$l firndy resut such proceedings, if they are, not abandoned by the Sp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

; Thtnga at Washington. Tlie Compromise question continued to bo the absorbing theme during the hut week-of the Congressional reports. Various amendments wore proposed, debated ar»d voted on, but nothing decisive of tlie finul result. Among the amendments Mr. Seward moved the application of the Wiltnot Proviso, which was nojjaa?w»V by S3 against 23—a number of the Northern ~Sjfcr tor4 voting with the Southerners against it, nmonat whom Wcro Cass, Dickinson of New York, Sturgerth of Pennsylvania *c. A motion of Senator "Baldwin of Connecticut that until laws should be passfcd by Congrore in relation thereto, the Mexican laws forbiding Slavery sbuuM remain in force'tn the 'territories was like-' ... , r .,;•'¦ [ ¦' wise voted down by these Northern Senators voting itfthi the Southerners. Mr, Greeley ,who iii'writing!home from "Washington tojho N. Y.-Tribune,"has given his opinion that the Compromise Bill must inveitably be defeated in the Senate by 4 or 5 majority, writes on the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

r. Wbitm*t*mr * jf \ At ameeting ofthe Whigs of Sdaquehanaacoun-Uy, held pursuant jo the Call of the Whig, County jCommittee at SjSrte' l HatjeVon the evening of the -:8th inst, it wanrgaiuxed^ry the |choi»'of BEN J *8. BENTLEYrBsq., PresBent, and SftLutAS Futua'SecntaiT. -. ...~~ -.. -^-, ,— :J.B, SalwbOSY was unanimously chosen Representative Delegate to theJWhig State. Convention to be holden at Philadelphia on the 19th inst. . Albert Chambering J.w' C&arjtaan, Esq, and John C. JliUer were, selected as, a Cpmmiltec, to draft resolatiops, who subsequently reported the following, which were adopted: Whereas Various questions of public policy are deeply kgitating the public mind of our State and Nation, and we believe il our. rightful ditty and privilege as Whigs and freemen to make known to our fcllow-dtizens our deep and abiding convictions (hereon, thercfore-^- Resolved, That we heartily approve of the Na-(ional Administration, and believe that the course pursued ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

The KoockiM Ghosts in New York ! A corptspondent of the Daily News writes ifom Jfew-YorfcCity,; Jt|||B 8, as follows* I the fi^hesfi* tjhbst&ers, consisting ^of Mrs^FoXi in eldor|y-!a4y» a married daugbV er, (\r,rsv.Ji^feO Jtn,oV ,tfo. young, uninarried daughters, with a couple of, genUemeii, are now in this city, giving exhibitions of their powers in commnhicatirig with spirits. On. Tliurgday.et'ening a large company assembled at the rooms of the ftev. Dr. Griswold for the purpose of investigating the subject.* The company numbered many of the most respectable clergy, and many learned and intelligent gentlemen, most of whom had been incredulous. The ladies had never been, in the room until the company had assembled and every precaution ;wfcs taken to prevent collusfon. The communications with the 4 spirits,' commenced, and the blockings were heard distinctly in all parts^bT'the house, but particularly in the n^om where the company was assembled. \ They were sometime...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

The Assaults upon Heiry Clay ; Extract of a private fetter; to a Gentlemen of Philadelphia, dafcdy0" j; *" i WASitob^»rJnnfe ^ 1850, ; folate attempt whicj^aye been made by certain corrcSj^ndotiSTiere to destroy Hfir: Clay's innoeitc&bymaligniag^is-nMXiveaand ascribing: to. him subversive and tin worthy purposes, will injure none but the.w:riters. It is strange wjiaf delusions' men will sometimes fall into. For rayself, hs much as I dislike ^.^kya^j^jomise^d ^pK^itJ^j^aa proposed by^flje Pjresiffir^Iihouid' as soon think of assailing the BjnJori'ilself, as to endeavor to break down~Heiry Clay, Hejtrv Clav inde^'dT^Wliat'isrirs history but the history of this counfryli-, What are: his successses but our successses-W defeats but our snbinission to the tribute "oCptherrlations ?—Henry* Play f ;W>rat_; Antentan jriame. is krjp'w n, so widely—is "receive'd^so- devotedly —will li ve longer ? I llavjiinown |Mi. Cliy since I left my cradle-^? cannot tell itlio time wl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

Startling News from Santa Fe. Governor Washington,' of New Mexico, arrived on Saturday night, bringing important news from Sauta Fe. ' I learn that not longH>efqre he left, apublt'tS meeting was held to consider the boundary "question apd' the claim" of Texas, when a hot''dispute arose bo^ tween a number of citizen^ and Texans. The meeting resulted in a fearful riot, which was about to end in a general tight, when theof: ficer commanding the garrison ordered the troops .to interfere and prevent bloodshed which wax done, though not without difficultv. A great excitement prevails in the city, the people of which declare that they will oppose to the utmost the: attempt to force upon them the authority ajnd laws of Texas. The riot which- has now taken place is said to have been provoked at the instigation of an Assistant Quarter Master, a Texan, attached to the U. S. forces* ' . This is evidently only .the beginning of the disturbance wlueh will takeplace there unless promp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

The Census law for 1850. This law is full and very comprehensive. The information which it proposes to embrace includes population, [profession, color, occupation, place of birth, number of marriages, deaths, the persotjsr wrto can read and write, deaf, dumb, blind, insane, slaves, fugitives and manumitted, tlie acres of land improved and unimp'oved, the cash value of each farm; the value of farming implements and machinery, the live stock, the produce during the year ending June 1, 1850j and the quality of each particular article1; the products of industry and their values; names of towns counties and cities; the aggregate valuation of real and persbnal estate,' the amount bf taxes assessed, the number and character of the public schools, the extent of public libraries ; the number class and circulation of the periodicals mid newspapers; the number of criminals; the cost of labor, the average price of board of n.lahortng man per week, the average wages! eff a female domestic^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

FIRE! FIRS!! . Tlie " Uough and Ready" fire cbm'pany will meet at the Engine House next Saturdayat'tive o'clock P-M. By onlcrinf the Foreman. Religious; Meeting. Bev A. O. Warreti will preach'at Bnioklyn on the 4th Sonday in June; ' f , MEDICAL NOTICE. The.adjourned meeting of Eclectic Botanic Medical Society of Susquehanna county' will be held at Brooklyn Aut/nxt Gth, instead ojj Vime Gth, as appointed. A general attendance is solicited, . ¦ I - . •¦ ' J- U. FOOT, Scc'y. MARRIED, In thu village on the lltli ins^ By the.Bov. J{. A. Biky,J(Ir.; AuiEiix Pikbso^ M Miss Saeah A. Ttrrrr-B..' -1',"- _ ,-': '- -^ -!-"; -. ., - In WinrBuini, Wyomhiri County on the 4th inslby Rev. AJOiWamnjilJev. S."E, Bakaow, to Miss Fids^ia,Ea8to*v. i«-« - ¦';, .j(,-ui ,;•; :?: j>a On the. 8ti inst,; hy;»J» jBav.--Bitt BeaWMr; Cft -GMvs,^^iss.Jtru4s;Mchno«a,'al»Qt Spriag Vlllo., .;• .r ..." . "| ¦ '.". " -*¦ ^ Oithe lifji inst. in Smngvitie; bF^Me^Bidray, CaptC JtohVo; -L*oair of LaAyvOle, to ST...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

n "?IF"r"W f MEUl J^-. '^Hat^dirtgtbl St^nsti NoAH Fcu» - \W years^aada montlw. "*¦ «W ^Forai^ Mj- aoiltj^^ AoBLL ^ , J^^^^-^t^ ^^^w to the gravt ;"heraoul has ascen^ ^=S^5-h S ^ed her to Mm in the 2' njnicroah^T |hpu6h:the ^^ 4t here] [ ¦ - ,? ;7j .55^ _ _ „_; _ «•¦«-' InNcsquelioningioii the3»lhof Joitn«wJ*¦ «. ¦ > JUneS«gf;two^^*,:H*Jrwa,AnKtiiETS^ daoahler.af Abel and Julia lUiii -IT?1 rears tuidiratfElhl: • . . • " In th»? rafflic^e'-'dtspehialiotf oifD' tviae Prori dence, inwiheart«,hivfr htm pade to mou™ MissH. Wai'nhtnr^retfaitaono^ose 'highlvtav^ ,. one* who,|fromtlipir:lojown virtues, secure the a( fectlibns of all WW become acquaiuteti with u™. Tosayth^tish>"^as amiable ja inot enough, u may be said that she was a christian: bccansssiJ, exhibited'fhirn^IilSanti.dcfath: the meek and m^ tie spirit«(Mier .S*vioni;.si .^ ¦ ....\ Death twgl.no •|crrors,|for her. She patient], awaited her'oppbjriteil tiine, and" then fefi u^l and-peaccjfuilyHb.sleep.-."= ^ '" ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

J USTiiEGBli^ED AT. fRUM'S in acfe to his large stock of Gold Pens, $60 wonh oi Bagley's telebrateS- Gold Pen^ universally ac. knowledged; •'"throhghbiitthe whole world anil efe where tunong the nations" io: bo t/U'bctt Pea in use Struck, nitt a Hawk. BY thej latest Official dkputch Vrom the corm under GeceaiAt Bcztaud, we-find tiiat the Gesebal aridall the iyowip Miuzardt tKre'mixx im a Hawk ori the morning of the Cthof Mav~ And that j^IR J0HK'GROVES, Tailor wK Clothing tlie harh^'fonh in a huinarirbiinner.ha, ingmadca1 - Stteat^holer fcr BAJTrrAWnrr.'-. Coats, Pants, Veats ^ Cutting ic.for otter people, according to their wishes-, .1. e,,in Fashion,,or not of Fashion] '•", '" V / , ." "SIB JOHN; Montrose, June fl, TS5tf. - "' '"' Hat« Caps-aud Straw Good*. ELDRED A NEW0O21B,' ManufnctnrerofHato would! call, the attention of the public to their assortment of ifatr. Caps tad-Strait "fcWs, cumprising almost every ,thmg in then-line, -wVnch fiicj would sell extremely low tb^thos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

1 Slierifl'a Sale. BY vtrtup of a writ of pee. Fa. issued out nf the Coiurt' of Gommdrt Picas in and fur the county of Sus<jnclianna, and to me directed; I mil expose at public sale, at the Court House, in ilou: rose on Moiiday'tlie IstdaV "of July hcxt; iat cms o'clock P.M.—Allthatl-certain. tract or parcel of land situate) in the township of Silver Lake in the county of Sa^uehahnil•'an* stateof Pennsylvania, and butted, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginingatan j^bon thofbank of a Laics, commonly "calle^'FnenoV Lake, thence by Charles Woosters, land,ridrtli-741-2 degrees East 57 per and 5-10 *f,ja„pcrebytb;i a posV thence by Issac Howard's lan4 north 85 3"-2 degrees cast, 231 9-10 per. to a hemlock ; thotire by Ezekicl.Tripp's land south half Aitfeg. 222-5410 perch to a post; thtnet south 85 .V deg. west 10s| perches to a post, a comer <if EzeEiel Tripp's pad ; 'thence by the saiJ Ezekiel Tripp's !and, iior|h i dog. east, lot 2-iOper. to a post;..the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 June 1850

:'"•¦ I Staerifrs Sale. BY virtue b&a-Writ of Ven. £x. issued out of theCohb^of Common Pleas in, and iat the county of Su,taaehanna^ and to mo directed, I.will expose to. public wle, at the Court House, in Montro^e, on Monday the 3d. day of. June next, at one lo'clock P. JjfptAll that; certain piece or "parcel of land, lying- wjdibein^in ;the township of BridgeTrater,in the county"or Susquehanna,bounded ami descrrbedas follows, to jwit? Beginning at a sU^e and stones, adjoining: land,occupied by Stcpken ilin(is,«n the cast side of the old Chenango Turnpike road; thence souths l-dey. -west along said road 43J perches toa stake at tlio comer of said lot and lands| formerly j sold by D'. °& Warner "to Pliinea3.Warn^rVthen9elnorth-'I7 deg.east J17 per. along thelineiof*aid V. Warner's lot; thenciThorth 88 deg. cast 30 perches ;j thence south 82 dug. e»st 18 2-10 perclies; thence ;south\4jf deg. east 35 pent, thence south 70 deg. east 2r*rchcs; therico south 48 deg. cas...

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