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

jmwm^ 9. W. OUJLPMAN, Editor. THUBSDii^

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

The Assam Tea Company, 186 GEEEXWicn Stueei, New-York.' THE proprietors' beg leave to call the attention of connoisseurs in Tea, and the heads of families lo the choice and rare selection of Tests imported by them, and hitherto unknown in this country, which, by their fragrance ,and delicacy), combined with virgin purity and strength, produce sua infusion of .surpassing richness and flavor. The Teas offered, are the following: The Jeddo Bloom, a Black Tea, at *1 00 per lb. Niphon, da " 0 75 " Diari do. " 0 50 Osacra, ' a Green Tea, 1 00 .Too-tsiaa. do. " 0 75 Ticki-tsiaa, do.- ', 0 50 Ud-fi Mixture, a compound of the most rare and choice teas grown on the fertile and genial soil of Assam, l 00 • With a view to encourage the introduction of these matchless Teas, it is the intention of tlie proprietors to distribute by lot, among the purchasers, a quantity of Teas equal to The jirtt year's Profits on the Sales effected. Each purchaser will receive enclosed in til? rjjacka<*...

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

Cash Paid for "Wool, H BURRITT will pay the highest prices ic Cash or Goods Sot Wool. New Milford, Juno 4. 1850. S PLXS'IXG WHEELS for sale by h. BuTRRrrr' New Milford, June 4, 1850. K " jvalnnble Books. 1170*8" Daily Bible Illustrations, Emerso^ Kssays, Apostolic Baptism by Taylor. Livdrlore's Review of tlie Mexican War, Book of F onrjs, P-tubi-tre's History of the Reformation, Ac A-L Jim received and for sale by J. LYONS A SON.' Mav 2£ '' ._ New Plow Shop, TOSEPn FULLER A CO. woulj respectfully « inform tie farmers of this county that they hare opened a Plow Shop in Montrose, opposite the store of Milk <fc Jjiapp, where, they are.nianU; toXwag and intend keeping constantly on band a replete assortment of Plows and Plow- Castings.' »e have purchased from the patentee the excimvt tight of manufacturing the iuslly celebrated BLATCHLEY PLOUGHS tss^A^T COUU fc Th «w VU>™ need bat be tested to meet unqualified approbation. • P t?"? *%? ^Ky^ Jb*fo^n<J the follo...

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

Now Improve your Chance. IFyou wtsh to obtain valuable information, now is your time. F. M. Babcock has just commenced traversing this county fqr the purpose of introducing the best lot of Books for the present and rising generation over offered here; which he will deliver at every man's door at t^ie sairjc price they are retailed in the cities of New York and Philadelphia as-iquoted on their trade list of publications, which jwill be thown to every one who sigris. There isi no deception in the matter. His bojfks are: 1 ' Chambers' Information for thp People, a very popular Encvclopedia with more, than 500 engraving». This wprk slmuld be in every family. Goldsmith's Animated Xattire, with 385 plates.— This is a work which should be in the library of every family,being written bv one of the most talented authors in the Engli.-h language. Rnslienbergefs Xatvral History. This work is worthy the highest commendation ; it embraces the elements of Anatomy, Physiology, Mammalogy, Ornit...

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

New Goods. JTJST RECEIVED AT POSTS—tho Second Stock of Goods,' , this Spring—consisting of a Splendid Lot of Bonnet Ribbons, new styles Lawns Barages, Glassa, Silks, changeable. Foulards and Italian, do., Plant and Figured—"White Crape, and Baragc Shawls; Black, Colored Thibet and DeLaiuc do.; Turk Satin Parasols; Silvered Fans, Flowers Wreaths, Bonnet* Enameled Shoes and Boots, Kid and Silk Gloves, Fashionable Buttons and Dress Trimings, Purse Twist, Silver and Steel Beads, Worsteds, Silk, Organdies, Borage DeLaines, Dotted and Plain Swiss Muslins, Edgings from 2 cents to 10 shillings per yard. Some fine Perfumery, German Cologne, Colcord's Lustrale, Ac* Large Lot of Hosiery, Carpet Bags, Cuffs and Collars, Linen Ginghams, White Moreen, ^Nankins'; some Beautiful Barathea Vesting?, Seamless Bags, Cloths, French Curtain Lawn, White Bed Spreads, Linen table Cloths, Cotton do. Doylies, Napkins, Table'Covers; in .fact our Stock of Dry Goods) Staple and Fancy/cannot be beat in. the c...

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

z^msW^^ v.r New cmAj^fLbartci; Store. T>JBE^ubscnber has opened a new Store at.Great Bei«d;P«^nearl y opposite the Mansion House, where ho^raow receiving a huge and entire new stock ;of Goods, which he offers for sale on ^the principle of Suau. Paorrra—Qorct REnatKs-*OsB Price oxtv. ;-'His stock embraces an extensive assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and Ready-made'Clothing, which have been purchased in New York at the lowest cash prices; mid he respectfully invites the people of Susquehanna comity and vicinity to call and examine his; stock before purchasing elsewhere. His experience in the business enables him so purchase at tlie best advantage; and having made an arrangement with an agent in New York, ho will be constantly receiving additional supplies of well selected Goods. /Vori'sioJU—Flour, Pork tO Fisli, wholesale & retail A very extensive stock will be kept constantly on.hand at the lowest prices. Being ...

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

new Spring Good*. H BURRITT has jast received and Ls opening a full and general assortment of Spring and Sinnifter. G'oo<ii, including a large and superior stock of Ladies Dress tfoods, Shatels, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, Stoees and other Fancy and Staple Goods adapted to the general and universal-wants of the community, and which he will sell as heretofore on the most reasonable terms for Cash or approved credit, ' II. B. would avail himsulfof this opportunity to present his acknowledgments to Ins friends and the public for the very liberal patronage heretofore extended to his establishment, and to assure them •that be is. resolved to merit aconthjuance of it, and tiiat his goods of all kinds will be sold at pr ices that shall not be beat. - New Milford, May 7 18S0. tf. B. Flour and Salt kept constantly oo hand. Miss Betsey Chapman, jriilliiicr, ]\/f"AY be found at the residence of J. W. Chap ItJL man, same building with the Register Print ing office. Chestnut st, between Od...

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

r. >..,. . : r Daity? Transportation Jane. iV. Pt; CARPEXTBR, Roil RhttdFreiglu line bchecen Grtat^Bena'atid New York. ' l EVERY day"In the week;-Sundays excepted, for 1850: Captain—James Wickham. N. V. Carpenter will commence to receive and furward Freight from Great Betid,' on the first mst, and continue to receive and forward produce daily to Cant. J. Wickliam throughout the season. Capt Wickham will remainjin New York, to.rcceive Freight forwarded to him, mid frbm the long experience'in- the business, they flatter themselves that at all times thoy can" ctmimarid the highest market prices. The returns will be paid by N. V. Carpenter at Great Bend. May 1, 1850. N. V. CARPENTER. Plough*)! Plough!)\ T UST received, a new stork, and large assortment, of the most approved patterns of Side Hill- ami common Ploughs; alsu, Plough Castings of all kinds and handles, all of which will be sold at reduced prices, by tt BURRITT. New Milford, April, 1850. Orphan's Court Sale. IN pu...

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

¦ 4 -»VyT; rtrt ~ ¦'W.fW'^*-|i * ^1' ¦ ?-; fi S.'iABEt •"TORREI*^'-'* «'>' ^: IS npw receiving his Tall and Winter supply I Goods (embracing nearly every- thing! wanted in <lu>market,) which will Be so\A extrenieiy-LO W foi caiAJ op ready pay: My assortment: may be classed in part as fullows't ¦ ¦,' , -. 5 .-(j! - Drugs^iledicincs,, Chemicals, Points, Oils, Dye Stuf&,! Groceries, Dry Goods, JHardvareJ. Stone Ware, [Glass Ware, Clocks, Watches, Jewelry,) Silver,Spoons, Spectacles, Mtisical Jnstraments,JLiquors, Perfumery, i^<ws,Stiitiuuery^ruslie8, Shoes, Yankee Notions, ttc. ic. ':: i -<i -.. ; Thankful for the liberal patronage, and" |ubstantiaTeneonrageniciit hitherto receiVeoj-ihope'to iflerit and receive a continuance of the same. ', • . A feW of the articles kept for Bale are-''named below : -' - '¦ - •'i'-'.'i. Groceriesi—A. good variety of Sugwrs* ,fine'.flavored Teas, good and cheap Molasses, Coffee, Rep per. Spice, Ginger, Sale...

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

- ^fiBTNsoN. aM>'mwaSgs"' -: ' i £l iiirtiiiliplLte, THISimmense establishment, the largest and most complete ever organized, comprising the Dest Equestrian; Musical and Gymnasticnl Troupe in.tnU country, with a stud of Horses and ionics superior to any other everjcbllected. Wiii. Exhibit *t - - . MONTROSE, Monday June 17,1850. For One day Only In itsTrocress through die country will be preceded by Uie.Great TnumpUalGoJ-UKxCii.imoT.drawn bv Eighteen Beautiful Cream Colored Hurs;cs, and devoted to the conveyance of the New -York Brass Bsnd, led by the Celebrated and UnstirpasVable Bugle performer Mr../. JHoiher. _ Thtf famous A. ROCKWELL, and J, UQSSiN, universally acknowledged to be the best Clowns in ,taW«rtT£«e^ofto ROBINSON, the celebrated Bare Back Rider, who HceomplUhoVbackward e+ery feat attempted by any pet-on fonranf. Miss H hN Rl-F^TA ROBINSON, a beautiful talented cliild, mnc years of age, will perform the most during feats ever performed by any lady Equestrian In...

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

m Corn vs. Wheat Mabkebs* department §1| JUNH 13, 1850. ¦ pa. Ofct. PakWeb:—I read, in the February Kbcr, the communication of Mr. Sr-eaar, on the Rect pr-.Corn vs. Wheat;" also that of "A Hpa Farmer," "Com vs. Wheat—again," in ^Khhe seems to doubt Mr.Spcrry's conclusions, ^Be does not give tlie relative costs of manuring Hj tiUag*. He also thinks corn a very exhausting HV- It ao happens that my farm consists of land Hp adapted' to coin, and from experience 1 have Htoted the theory, that as much clear money can Hpbtained in twenty years from 100 acres of good Hhland, as from 200 acres- of land devoted to Upysfem of Tillage.—Fplow with sparge plow Hi douole teams, making from »*t *to four acres B day;. harrow well With a large, hinge harrow ; Bit from 20 to 25 acroas^priay with a machine Smy own make, costing but $8, and drawn by njrboree; it plants two rows at once, depositing inT'^'^ ssssssssMsf"' < >t'" f?ra'ns 9 inches apart. Mra^s^^^^^^^^^ HMuout , I comm...

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

1- Hogs. -,, j i icre are, in my opinion, no animals kept on the ! so profitable, when rightly managed, as the By a little attention, these may be easily . 9 to pay tlieir own wavjsleaving the pork a j • gain to the producer, Afteri perhaps, deduct- ; i small sum for the expense of killing and . toting., I \s not, perhaps, going too far to say, that, if, erly supplied with materials, the hog will e sir cords of valuable and first rate compost tire in a season, worth, in most localities, from tothree dollars per coid. This price, howevhouW be contemplated as merely nominal, for ! in reality worth much more than that, and for j t crops, is decidedly the best article of the ' ,,,»¦" J that can be applied. Hogs, too, will devour : Jtouch that would otherwise find no profitable np- , y&ropriation in any other way; slops, green and p^amaged fruit, Ac, all of which they partake of fjseagerly, and return to the feeder in'the form of an : jSJarticle readily saleable, and highly...

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

I Improved Ploagb. .t W Mr. T-—*^p Rogers, of Motmt florifis.Livings-H ton Co, K. Y, has invented a "hew improvement l-in .ib«n)|B|lgrof- operating the beam of the plow S-to'«^i|^Hj|jBsiTp-aang tlie cot'of tlie furrow. S'^^^^^^^ H^ alter the lif.c<if draught is not I^^^^^^^^^ Kjr v^f?operating the beam for ¦^^^^^^^^^^^^ BiH^Ja^aijMars to be a good ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ J^^^^Hfed to the jP^^^^^^^ H^^^^^^^ HHSnvras a flange ^^^^^^^ HfcnnSH^^^Ethe inner end of the ¦ ssssssssssssss ^*JBst^ r^^^ P ** down, and to bold ^|^^^^BjiifcMaft i-is moved endways by a long PHHEn^ss|drr; i | ^ united ,to the Vertical bolt, tdSst \ ^^^' ^ ^' ^l ' ^ ^ - ' - ^'e^'a an^ hodyof |^^E^,^^||||jgu|^|^iJlk{i>T 'the axis on which I^^^^^^^^^^^ HRP; the hne of its direc-[l>sHH|HH|ffeepiag 'the beam pnig to ! '" ftHt5B$*ir& sjliXachango it accurately and easi-I L ^ n lOssffllilii » liiil 1" itself at once to S -fcvofc-^JvortA Amery/ftFarpitr. Gtjano.—Does guano afford a permanent l...

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

MONTROSfi lUSINESS DIBECTORY iTIARK Ji ft'BRIEN-fci' ««<*s^7" Paittitrx Paper kangerl. '&axter, Gramer d: Dec"orator. Shop ovir J. T; Birchard' s carpenter shop a few rods east' of Warner's Hotel. J". It. DIIriOCK—Attorney at Lam—Office removed to Front- Ropm of hisiresldence, two doors east of his former location, in Turnpike street, third building from turner of Public Avenue, and nearly opposite M, S. Wilson s Store June, 1849. A. BAI-DWIHr—Saddle, Harness, Csrpet-Bag and Trunk Manufacturer, and Carriage Trimmer, Shop, on Turnpike street, opposite I. L. Post A Go's, ^ C.Itl. SIMOTOIf S—.Fashionable Boot and Shoe maker, over £.. ^Baldwin's Hiirness sliop, Turn pike street ; ROl^Tdk SIjWPS4>W—Dealers in Stoves, Stove trimmings, Tin, Sheet ,Iron and Copper Ware, Dry Gocids, Groceries,.Ac, Public Avenue eILdRGD &l rTEivCOJIB Dealers in Hats, Caps, and Furs; opposite the " Democrat Printing office, ifoot Public Alenue. JOHX GROVES—Fasliionable Tailo...

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

| To1 Dairy-men and Farmers. Valuable Property for Sale. THEE following Rcnl and Personal Estate, as _L hereinafter described, situate in New Milford, Susquelranna'County, Pennsylvania, will be sold at a great bargain lo opy one whomay choose to purchase. The real estate consists of seven hundred acres five hundred of wli'eh are under improvement, and onr which are four "dwelling lioases and seven barns. : The farm is well designed for a Dairy, and is capable of feeding one hundred Cows during summer and winter, and every part of it well watered vriih. springs aud streams. The buildings and laud are in.'good condition, and on the premises are ul out; rive miles of good Stone Wall, and the other fence's are also good, and on the woodland are large quantities of Chestnut Timber, which will supply thejfarm for many years to come, and which will also:be valuable for"building the Railroad which is soon to be built up Martiu's Creek.— Sr.icHfanu has a very pleasant, and desirable locati...

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

IoANBSBORO.PA. CHEAP CASH STORE On the ydc York & Erie Rail Road and Susatu . hanna River, 200 mites from Xctr York.lS'rnilcs from Binghamton,andVS miles from Montrose,— I surrounded by MoutUains and the. Railroad I Bridge*.' i- ' , : A T 'our store the follnwing may be fgund -. Etig-\-j\. lish. French arid American Dry Goods, Bonj nets and Ribbons, Pkrasbls Ac, TJmureUas, Carpet Bags, Hats and Caps, Looking Glasses, Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Glass Ware, Hard Ware; Window Glass arid: Sash, Drugs and Medicines;' Groceries, Mackerel Codfish, Moss Pork, Superfine Flour, Noils, Stone Wsirc,: Jappancd Ware, Piintsi Oils, Dye iSftuffa, Batter Firkins Candles, -Sand's and TownscndW Ssjeaparula, Books, Paper, Inks and Quills, Cooking, Parlor and Shop Stoves, Stove Pipeandi$toveTrimnHrjgs,'oh hand or made to order. ¦'' ¦¦¦ -.-¦ EaglS Foundry Plotighs^-warranted : Trunks A Traveling Bags, Shinglts, Clover Seed, Carpet and Cotton Yarn/Axes.Handles, Buck Saws, Shovels, Hoes^ Rakes,...

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

- ¦kH*v<e*h, Tl»m ware 4kc WE'have nowiorr hand a great varietybf cooking, porloT land shop rtoves, which we will sell for cash!or ready pay cheaper than,ever*raong our Cooking stoves are' thef following kinds:' The Phujnix Ai/TSght, the very best 'eto've in use. ;¦" Improved Rotary. .« - « " * Eattta Large Oven. « . «c - •* -frvinf.-1 • ! - ' ¦ • « « " ': " Inm'King. : ' . « . - '« « WWlesJde'slJoublcOven. « ' * th' u:''R^Qirh1 ^!^Ready. ' * ' ** - ** '" *-'£)cnnAe% -Ov^Shremium and other Stoves o alnjOsta^ kinds, Fa>lor'sioveg for wood and coal. Also an »s|ort»ent -of stove trimmings', Tin, Cop per, sheet Iroii and ^nc Wa i*;^^ Any article hot on hand rjosde to order on short notice and the most reasonable terms. I] 'PurcbaWs will save money' by givrag u?'a call before buying, as wo are dettTmined to sell At prices which must suit any one. n*8' t-^' ;T ' [ HOSE A6IMTSON.

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

'titbit's living A^el PJEtOSPECTUS.—This^work is conducted in tbe spirit of Litteli's Museum of Foreign Litemturfe,<whieh was favorably received by the public, Tor twenty years,) hut as it is twice as large, and? apptars so often, we not onl y g ive spirit and freshness to it by many things which were excluded by a mouth's delay, but whde thus extending our -scope aud gadieriug a greater and more attractive variety, are able sb to increase the solid and substantial part of our literary, historical, and political harvest, as fully to satisly tlie wants of the American reader. The elaborate and stately essays of the Atf««- burgh Quarterly, aud other Reviews; aud-fifeeAwoods noble criticisms on Poetry, his keen political Commentaries, high!* wrought Tales, and vivid descri ptions of rural mountain Scenery: and the contributions to Literary, History, aud Common Life, by tbe sagacious Spectator, the sparkling Examiner, die judicious Athenavm, the busy and industrious Literary ...

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

If. Y. & Eric "«4nriwa*"t Everybo-* = "• dy« Maritct I.ine;. ' . T ' :: ffiM||^ l«i^3Hgpi HjrTubscnbers.are now prepared to-Tcceiv Freight of all kinds at the Owegd - Depot, and also at the Binghamton, Great-Bend, and Lanesboro' Depots, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day, ofcach week, and continue with regularity throughout the season. They will attend to forwarding the same to tho New-York Market, where tliey have made arrangements with) experienced salesmen, who will attend to tbe selling of the same* and return the proceeds in Bankable funds at either of the above Depots, to the following persons:— At the store of F. RaynsfortL Owego; at tlie storehouse of C. M'Kinney, Bing hamton; at the office of Jas: Griffin, Great Bend; and at the Hotel of E. Benson, Lanesboro'. JAMES SISK, Binglutmton. JAMES GRTFFIN, Great Bend, F. RAYNSFORD, Owego. Owego, July 28, 1849. Agents:—6. M'Kinney, Bing liamton; E. Benson. Lanesboro'. * Captain Jawes Sisk will superintend the business...

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

Proclainatiok. I HAVE resolved to sell Goods hereafter princi pally for ready pay. For cash down, I can and will sell goods lower than they can be afforded at credit houses. I will then have no losscs'froni bad debts to make up, and no time and expense of keeping books and collecting debts to Jose, or to make provision for -in the price of the goods. In doing a credit business, all these fdsses must be made up on those who do pay. Therefore, those having cash to pay will save a portion of il by calling at Tun-ell's. Those now indebted musi cash up immediatel y. ABEZ TURREXX Montrose, January 1, 1850. Blalckley'A Ploughs-THESE celebrated ploughs are now manufactured by the subscriber atthe Farmers d: Meejianics' Foundry near Montrose, and are forsale at the Foundry, and at Mills A Knapp's. Montrose—Any person giving one a fair trial, and being dissat isfied with its working, is at .liberty to return it. Also, Mott's celebrated side-hill and Wayne Coploughs. JOSEPH FU.L&ER...

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