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

^^¦l^^^^SS* . I^^K^" I*jr»Ci«iJo<* »Wmsartw«t,Hn).«Ij»,ir.-T. ¦ BRANT'S WtHAtt mmm balsam, Ho* r*rt& without -'tfcoleut chBrlow of doubt, very many of tbe stost ttntngly developed care* of «/crf«Ie«i »Tid rftK eased /tnijjj—#uch cn*c» tu wnre Bcrer enred hr'any other nwrHeine*—ouil which were #o v tier If hope/tit, thatlhccliscslmhI perron* were pronounced by phy-ddaus mnrt friuit^f. :o '*r act\uu.T DriKo. This, Balsam (¦ * VeOsTTABLK;-compound, which nrVcr injured noy person when tl i« iwt*il for iho curq.of Chronic d.r>ms<ts. It po38euc3 >/rojw?, ac.tivt, jrUlFYJXG Mid Al.TERATIVr. properties, ani. ituch othtr metUi-ationr aRnro E"B»r*TTAl.T.V \KCErtJiiiT to piitt nil Congh*. nnd lo mrt rlint v*ry identical Cofou I)isk««e. which it ntDcd by iiby--;*ihni mad othrrm, and it really considered to be, without ihv. IcnVldouht Pulmonary Consumption. 7^u Rtlsom hrttte rtnH tvret nlrrrr \ti ihc Ittinff. nm! i*,-p rt'bt'rc internally, ft* certa*n'y nn...

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

, s'( THicki op&^^cIks. - Ls» Evs»»io*r R«*t> T«ts^CiS«JOjl.t.T. —Than ¦• *ir«ipmiill« for sale ipl the diflerfnt jo*ns eslied & f TownsentVj Sorrapsrilifl. It is «drertfi*d u the ORIqi. NALi OEMUISE.ind all Inn. This^T-qwraend isnodcciof andDererirss; butwisformallT*Worlceron railroads.c*. saw, and the like—yet hi ksroraraihe utje of, Doctor fur fli. purpow ofjprtoing ercdil for what he ialloi. ^e >ay> •• h. ""iiHi *.'*" «**<•): schools, and. practiced for fifttea IT Vu Vi!*.,h ?,lr H ,h"-ue ncTerprattieedTncdiciiiea ^ rJ\ ...V iS'Xtywilful, melted msnOKUnuiSot, * !!!!£ *£££°£1 !??"iL""-A ™«city of the man. I *>»h "SJil SSSTiwi.hmd "W!™' made thms) aUUenfesta »f him-?!, SSi?iS;i»-)I2!f-n *?'"!«> learn to behaoesCand truth-M ^^^SS' ^Hindintereoura* wtthrtScir fellotr NCTl! St-WP JSi«^.KR, "!l claPP io a-"«ist hjm in mai->^urintji|» nurture, watius the large auma) ho would make as«lh»dnqhioemhwkWel.usineas. Thes. men ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

THE REGISTER. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY 'BY Barnes W. Chapman.1 Advance payment in Cash per year 81 ?0 If pai3 within the year, .00 11 not at the end of the year, . 2 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

The Grove- of Maples. From tie Home Journal. BT rfiEBK -CABEV. ¦ i Where the waters rippJe by me, Ami tlie birds about roe ring-," ••- In the light of early morjiing,, In the freshness of the spring;. "Where the young leaves of Hit) maple On my face their shadows cast. Quiet, thoughtful; but so hippy, I am dreaming of the Past; <, ¦GaWtig op the friends that with me Save talked of hopes and fears, In ibis pleasant .vale of buauty; . . S;>:ce the spring-time of myij'ears, O, thij C.'ck old grave of maple, ^ To m\ heart in shades are dear, Tor tlie"hght of pleasant faces ' That liave looked uoon me-hcre. When the black* woods of the Winter Saw my foot-pnnts in -.It* «n<?w: When the' first fain? leaves of spring-time Threw then- trembling shade jbeW : When the U.mmg heat of eamjutr Made d»ese heavy .-baduWs sweet, Or the red leaves of the autumn Brightly drifted to my feet. Talking hopeful of the future ; Here what hours have been beguiled, ; Ever since t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

Extract from "Theodora," A poem bv EDrra hat. In her eyes are tranquil shadows ' Ijofty"thoughts alone can make, Kike the darkness thrown bv mountains O'er a lake. •r » . .l-U you apeak, the slotr returning - Of her spirit frotr! afar To their depths, is like the advent Of a star. No one marvels at her beauty; Be lended with a perfect whole. Scanty seems "the just expression ; . . Of bor soul. For her ifghrbst word, or fancy, , " i' TJnarrayed for human ear, !l • Alight be echoed by an an angel i: Watchisirj near. ' > •- - > ' it i Be a theme however homely, •' It is glorious at her will, Like a common air .transfigured j, i By » Master's skill. And her words, severely simple, ' ; j> As a drapery Grecian wrought, Show the clear, symmetric outline 1 ' ¦ : Of her thought', Most men -who.hare raised themselves to real eminence i« life. hare, been brought up by virtuous aud gifted women. Our first education—so 5thportant, from the indellibla nature of young ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

! SIKN'S 0FJ5ENTIOTY. . ! SromQodey'sliit'dyVBoot.!: ' A i'Bttiirding'-House Sketch. Dinner was over rin the fashionable boardinghouseqfMrsf Pickup. The company ¦ lately occupied in the discussion of a very small cocoa-nut pudding, sundry blmua-mangetmi the usual allowance of almond's arid raisins,-folded their respective hapins'ii!id'rose from tlie table. : r" 1 wish mr 'purchases .-would come,"*-said the pretty bride. Jlrs. Hopkins! as she leaned brer her Wbahd's-cjiiair. "Slie.had followed the gentlemen jtbjthe bacijc piazza, were they were lolling on ca'nebottomed chairs and puffing at costly Havanas.— Young Mr. Thompson usually kept them in cigars; lie]had a brother in the Wes^ India trade, who suppued-him plentifully. ^Thompson was such agood fellow 1" said his friends. l< As 'generous as a pr|nce! They never minded accepting fitvor fiom Thompson; he always seemed so grateful to you for usjnghim." A reputation for amiability 'cost the unfortunate youth several...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

, La\ts of Health.. ; Children should be taught to use tho left had as well as the right, -. . Coarse bread is much Better for children than fine. Children should not- bo allowed to eat sweetmeat, and caudy. Children should slee^ in separate beds, and should not Wnrnigct-caps. Children under seVen years of age should not be confined over six or^ieveii hours in the house—and that time sliould be:broken by frequent recesses. Children and young people must be made.to. hold! their heads up aud shoulders baL& whits >fandingj sitting, or wallring¦ . 'The best beds fir children are! of hair and cotton, i Froni one pound and a half of solid food k sufficient for a person in the ordinary vocation of huj-iness. Person in sedentary employment.:, t-houldi drop one third of their food, and they will e;-cape dyspepsia. > Young persons should walk at least two hours A dav in the open a;r. Young ladies rhould be prevented from bandaging the chest. We have known three c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

H Truth StraDgcr than lictioni& . fflieSPfriscorrespondent,bf tte^h-lVatits'ltepub^ ; licaii |Ja^!i2d.f related tlie follbwjng,occurrence;^. 11~$ l^'W "\ an re ?entIS m|tde,|ii3 escape frbmjtho .gajleJi a tiTohlmiso. He was strong and Vigorous mi'd S&lm linhdehis way'jafcrcks {fife'eountiiy arid '"escaped: pujjiuii.: He arrived the fnext-; tnorhing ibe:' ' fo!i<s py^ffM i" ati open fi^ld, and stopped:itb beg rsqmafti'tig: to bit and concealment, v'hiledie:1 repor \ sod aiXitHje. But he foijjnd dhe inmates of tjie cot-l |ta^Srt/ttie'greatest .di^st. Fbur Mle'c^idreu [sat t^mblinglnva cbVneri, tlJeir jnotlierwas'wefep-;ing ajid t^iariiig her hair and thei father walking tho ifl,t ^r^"a|;°1, y,- Tlie gallcislavo.askedswhat^vas ithemattar, and tlie fattier rbplfed tjiat they j'wero I that r^inrliing. to be turnbd oiit 6J dbofebecatisi th: ey jcouldiiolipay their rent, i vpfoa. seifme driven to ideipijr;,~i»nia- ^tue tltnicr, ~'fray wiiet7a"ncTcliiru'ren wiin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

First Issue of1 Newspapers , WllcD-the reigri of James rthe fir|st:was drawing;, 49 A.t^lofc i ;wl»eti Ben ,^pnsdt i- . was jpoct^-laut^ate,' and th^|»r^uSl:fi-ienFd3 ,oC J Shakekpeare were la-. Wentj»%jlii;rtbc^ dmfei asja- brewer at HiintinMOh? "wheh'Siltbttlwasi ii youtii! bf skte^histtry-inghis peiiat.Latiri.vers and Hajmpdeji a quiet cx)|i«n-y.geiitleiuan in ^uck-l inghardjjiilr^ j lioiiUba sfiis' md soliqit'ed to ^patrbiji- \ Ike its njjsVtipivspitper.' >The>d is"no«r itb' reasbhloT doulltthtit thejiiiny 'ilr tcbsWrsbf ~theLr-'myriab$. -bf; broad sJEieetsidf our'tinle was .published^j,tiie:in<i-; trbpolis of 1622', andUl^^Brntost,;irphiintet.-bf: the uigetiupus fipeculatqrsjwho offeredTthTe novptyi toihg wjoridewas one^&thjvrriel'Butt^xJHishcj)^- panions iini tlie work appeiir. to Iia.yebce.B ;MUj!fa> Bbnrne^'l'oniaVjArcifier, fi^htlianTeJKew''^fre^il^' liahi iSh'iBfiard.'B^ftiioiombw? b'oivjic^'ab' cEawkrd' j^lldc.": 4All the^dinereil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

¦* 'Mw-mm^&mmMm be one m]tlte;nitmy^I^.Ws^oiMiiEo^ttMmll con vertfent al\tiinc>,, t0r pay/ all'ffl^'Jgo^fffi'Si of the.bcst, good^wBLto do so)''fufUji^i^raS^^K i-with. his.iyessel ^aod ,1was;s^,aJEteiti»t«^-^iS, ( Pd to npW3*! ottlVe Court ibf .Cpmmonif ffiS&stj vrer to asbmewhatancientX'Or^dr'hK^^ft !hc hao* negleeled<to'ta1^up^. '^l!*4K^||^| !:. Bnt heicould'nt paviit,-'arKl:a''reepef'waSl| qucntlyjmj^qq bp^rd^i Sl«(!bo<)^tgn[fcac^nffl the demand and cbshfcs*3Wnj«mer. tc^kllittlPl ,"ices<rf.thftprpce9»ii l^wever; bie>^i4tm^m§ ^prcsent-riand after.teWi.luii cr^tersio ,Ih-SlEl sued tlie cveii tenor of his *W«ty,<nsiciriarge4'l^P sel, took fa mio'tlieV^iml^^^^^i^^P as \vcll »4 l''sTJ»'nifaisEMM|^8ZSssSiKlS' p'TiGoTitim'"«nn5:cpS(|||(|Bi|*^^ Quietly gift^^.readyilpf^i^P^^^^iil&i^^^pK ' Tlie keeper being a hmb!smant; kw!i^;ib^^^! what wasKbiiilf:on,»b^tMev e^hS-lasf|^iro he sat in the cabin carefully,™ cari;Art'TJh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

; To PELE& i • For the Susquehanna Register. ¦ Come, stand close by my side, Pelej;, And place Oly hand ib mihe, ' Then I will be thy bride, Peleg, 111b* forever thine. ! I'll cease my trifling ways, Peleg, ¦ C§inetryl'will hate, Forget onr infant days, Peleg, ' And trust to luck and fate. . • i My Parents, Friends, Til leave, Peleg, , And go with thee to dwell; : So-do not longergrieve, Pelegr, But come and take thy Belle. Ill love no one but thee, Peleg, I'll, never be a scold; Til ever faithful be, Poleg, Come,—love me as of old. j iPHEBE. ' Homer, Courtland Co., A' . Y. June; 1850. a.— .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

" \r\ \ Si ToucMiiiei Story."^ -'^ The fdllowangfbeautirQl arid'touching story wife related" by Dr.rSehneebly,pf|:Marylan'd,;at a jtrieeting held injilii'cw Xorkto hear the exporjenceof iwentj* ,refornied,drunkards': . j . ,;:...-. ,.-* .; ,-i i "A drupkard w'uoliad rtin tlirougfi with'n'is'prbpj ! erty. r$turned:bome one ajght tohia unfuHushed ihouse. '. He entered his empty ljail—anguislij was Sguawitig hit h9artstrings, ,,:iud JaTigu^o- rs ^nadeT ;quate to express his agony: as he entered hii.fife's ' apartment, and there beheld hi 4 iloVelyVwifo .tnd idariing. child. ' Morose ijahd suftett; - he'¦ ieat'ed himself without a word; -he could notilpeak, ihecou'd not look- upon ticai. The mother said .to the angel by, her side,;'cbme, my, child, it i? jtiine togo Hio bed,' and the little: bajlie, as"_wdis! her wont, knelt in her mother's lap,'apd gaiing.i wistfully into the face of her suffering: parentjlijke a piece ot, chisseled statuarjj," slowly repeating her nightiy^pris...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

W^^;jiA0^^§^-9tm puitmo». • - m^mmmOlmab'S9.460" of this order, was |^it*t>l|l4"tt-aw: fla«B ,M Wednesday evening, the ^ma^^i^0%0r^Cm.^.lMiaior, of | Mp|lB)|M3ck;:ia«^l^ from §M9*|p|iij^^ ^ --| l^ibfei^'^ 3c; ¦ " ¦ .j''«*U'^j^aii'' i -i r* ¦ '••'¦ ¦ ...-^fc-rjg-*. - - - i=?—;, >"/¦ *:>*fr - - mmmm^^^m^^ -1^5-^^ ,:? W^^^XW^^M^'^^iM&r, $*mgliptyf • Jb 84 WayVA True, F. 8^ O.O, f^rtktt, T.; Wn^A. Ojlw,; C; C. W. Mott, jromriwiiK m Tmi11 TTibi ftmi Boiton Hte .s^^:^^>J*^^f^»« **•» litUo«l.tte» to the Govern ^^ i«iiMI>*t*^ |>-^ma,lUrFCUUyr«pr»(ctinfka.h>vl5.bee.U0s. ia.quarrelth««h oora^. <k*. ^^#5^^ &m^Msm m H T. Tribune says that Pib£, Weirttr j*Jto4/ to

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

::i;'-'t#l?1S^%«i^r ..¦*•- «. x*ne great g«E*tMijU!bre|ilte 'Senate;continues to .be. ^jjn^ttw. Severajt-arnenflmebts offered bytjbeextreme &uQi«ereIfve been voted dorm, and: on Fnd*jfeias<,?«i JJjbciayV dcsh-el(it, was agreed that -nj|ial .voteshoql'd belatoi.on the en. gros^entoljtliepoinpromisc Bill on Wednesday of this week: ; The House, afior all the time mat has been spent in investigating the Iowa contested election case, in which it hasheehproved beyond alldispute that Miller, the Whig candidate, was cheated -wit -of his scat in Congress by stearmg 'the poll boot m one precinct pf t^e! district, so as to give Thompson j[Loco) a siaall majority, though the missing return now*eco*ereU|wo»ld give it to Millar, voted 96 to *1 togivefhe peat to him, but Cobb, the Speaker, gaw a castingjrote to make a tie—95 to 85—thus denyingMfliorjithe seat aflbr all! On Saturday after quite i struggle in the House on thejlowa contested .election case, in which it was attemp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

The TJ.S. Circuit Oourt-Baldwia'a trh|l fa 1*0 editor of the Btmtiagdoo Journal, -who afc iended the late tejitvf the U.S. Circuit Court fl Wniianisport asa'fcryman, aMwhbwastaiued.oa tho trial of Baldwm, writes home giving;** accoun] of (be trial, and speaks in flattering- tatras .ofhi Snsquehanna acquaintances as follows:' "The£rst4;riinjn,il<a5e before the-court, waa tltatof Guo. TBalQwin, former Postma-stcr at<Jreat Bend, Susqneharjna^ouuly^a ^ for the robbery of the nail Jtt that place, in IS5I9. I had theJil-luck of being called on this "Jury. The weather was oppressively warm and the trial lasted flrree long days. The robbery was admitted''and the plea of insanity sdt tap by thc<"ounoil for defence. The plea was nrged with great ability by Messrs. Campbell and Maynard, counsel for defendant. Tho counsel for the €T. S. however, so successfully rebutted ail the slight evidence ©f insanity adduced, that the Jury bad no-difficulty in returning a verdict...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

For the Susquehanna Register. FaiExn Chatjian—The controversy which has arisen on an editorial published in the Democratic entitled "F. B. Slrcetcr, Etq." seems to me to have its origin in a wrong conception of the design of tho article. And this misapprehension of the motives which actuated tliat production, has induced a controversy which would never have been commenced if the point of the editotial had been perceived by " Bostonian." This mistake seems to have been partly attributable tq the ability with which Mr. O. G. prepared his article, and partly to a little inattention on the part of your correspondent. Ho seems to think that Mr. O. O. intended to give the Whigs a scorching. This is his great mistake.— He intended it as a tbtist at the Hon. Senator himself. How does he commence bis article I The title of it is *-Jf. B. StrccUr) Esq,"—not Jlon. F. B. Stroeter—our worthy Senator—or any one of those titles with which fulsome editors arc- wont to ad dress their patro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

Henry W. Snyder. The Union Star published iu the county in which Henry W. Snyder, the Whig candidate for Auditor General resides, in a notice of him, says ho is tlie son of Simon Snydsr, whose administration as - Governor of Pennsylvania will ever reflect honor upon his name, and cause his memory to be cherished by all those who love and value the prosperity of the Old Keystone State. Wo need not refer our German! friends," says the .Star to the conduct of Simon Snyder while Governor. They already know it. They know him to have been a prudent, sound and practical statesman, and our good old Commonwealth prospered greatly during his administration. His son, ilenry W. Snyder, our candidate for Auditor General, has inherited his father's integrity and sound judgement. It is altogether superfluous for us to teH the people of Union county, that Mr Snyder is eminently, qualified to "fill this" office. But we would send it abroad .throughout the Commonwealth as the united voice of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

^most ' r w^^^fCm^r: i Cirx^mstances sw ^e^ly that coh-TjectedwithsecBrinMh appropriation to the ^OrlHBranchCan^ hns been in. ireworthjmotwe^ nccomplishthrdugjijt r^htiol ends, Wc do. not believe for a moment•tliat-all "who were protnhletft itt'^{Voriri^^if£%^tfrti-p^iititm' descend "to or !embarked in the political scheming, j But we hayew doubt there; were those who looked more to political bearings and ends, than to securing thejappropriation. Hence as soon as tlfe appropriation is made * hue and cry is; raised that the^Jiigs opposed it. It having 'been so said in a paper in this commdmCy, it maybe proper to revert to facts in .the case, as^welLto shc|w_. the falsity of the assertion, as the un worthiness of the iriotivewhichprompted it. -..-.-.•. We have before said that <Jor* "Johnston in his first anneal message, rc^mrnended an appropriation-to the Canal. IJbus the subject, which had Jong slumbered when the other party was in power, was brought be^ fore the Legi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 4 July 1850

maVle about ' ' ifTp^ - JfM ^^iwpuW^ this corp •^^|^Meia?«ririg notice of it {>«, | t&|Bm&a«^Re^blicani ^S^ ^ which we noticed * 1 ^iS^X^P commencedlit^^^Prospectplace", auhebkse of Prosit HiU, b progressmgirapidnj[to completion^". Ite^ni n^^y^ ,,^!^ :, mul^udo^plinyahas,«!» ^1^^ rtr trelttm«j%^n|^^njoy {h* -medStiTe influences oftb *frttlh«te locality , S?"%£* iure-tosay^ereis^' iflpritm ja„> 'JT that t^nbjiiies^ cessful Wat^r,. Cnr^Hnstitut]dh, as'the t.tvt,,. lectedhefto- In thie:first place-it is easy bf approach^beiflg situated on the Erie Rail Road, midi-ray: between, the ^ Ocean and the Lakes,;ahd^^^atth^rmmnsof tfiotChenango Canal, on which » pleasant and commodious Packetrjerfpi^itejdaily^ trips. In the second place,, the-tiie^^ of of its narticnlar^iocatibn'are' uncatlalled. T» is situated in - ia:dcb*g^htful grdve, at the sloping basd of the'iamdus ""Prpspect Bill,'' sufficiently clevjil^ to;, commatw the most eligible vieyv of the pi...

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