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

ffoNTROSE iBI%^SS;^IREfJTOR¥ IVARK 3. WVB.VEN—House and'Sign e ainter. Paper hanger,\Glazier, Grainer tb Decolor Shop over J. T.Birchara*«cilrpehter Shop " j a' few rods east of Wariier's -Hotel Si H. D|BIOCR—Attorney at Law—office removed to Front Room of his residence, two doors'east-of liis former location, in Turnpike Street,-tlrinlbuildmgfromcorncr-«f Public Avenue, and nearly opposite'M. S. "Wilson's Store. We, 1849. At BAL.DW;iI¥^-.-Saddle, Harness, Carpeting and Trunk Mamifhcturer, and Carrujgo Triln-\^ner, Shop, on Turnpike street, opposite I. L. . ^ fiist <fc Go's- C JMVSIJH IfiOWS^-Fashipnable Boot and Shoe mnker>.oVer'-A. Baldwin's Harness shop, Turn pike stree^. .- RpSC A SIMPSON—Dealers in Stoves, Stove trimmings. Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, Dry GcvdSvGroceries,tficvPublic Avenue EtDRED & IVE WCOMB-—^Dealers in 'Pats,'Caps, and;Furs; opposite-the "Democrat printing office, foot PubhcNA.venue, JOHN <rj»ROTfiS—Fiishionable Tailor; ...

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

To Dairy-men and Farmer!!. Valuable Property for Sale. ' ] *U"K foliftwing Real and Personal Estate, a? X hereinafter described, .situate in New Milford, Susqueharma County, Pennsylvania, will be sold at a great bargain lp any orle who may choose to purchase. The real estate consists of seven hundred acres, five hundred of which arc under improvement, and on which arc four dwelling houses and seven barns. The farm is w?H dcsSgnetl'lor if'palry; and is capable of feeding on£ hundred Cows during summer and winter, and every part of it well watered with springs and streams." The buildings and land are in good condition, and on the premises are about five miles of good Stone Wall, and the othersfences arc :dso good, and on the woodland are large quanliiics 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 lias a very pleasant and desirable location abo...

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

If i - Y.-•* *ric Railroad' Everybo . .-dy's fllirfectrlane; '^ . " I ¦' T HK^utecniiera are uow>prepareU- toTec^iv Freight of all kinds at the Owego Depot, and also at the Binghamton, Qreat-Bend, and Lanesboro' Depots, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day, of each week, and continue with 'regularity throughout the season. They will 'attend to forwarding tho sanle to the New-York Market, whtjre they have made arrangements with experiended salesmen, who will attend to the selling of die same, and return the proceeds in Bankable furids at either of the above Depots, to the following persons :— At the store jof F.: RaynsforcK Owego; iat the storehouse of C. 31'Kirmey, Binghamton ; at the office of Jas. Griffin; Great Bend ; and at the Hotel of E. Benson, Lanesboro', v- I JAMES STSK, Binghamton, * JAMES GRIFFIN, Great Bend; F. "RAYNSFORD, Owego-Owego, July 23, 1S49. ' Agents:—U. M'Kinney; Binghamton ; E. Benstjfi, Lanesboro'. Captain Jasies Sisic wjll superintend-the business...

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

' HH^^^W n iii i^iiiiiiftEia • "~-^* ***M^"^?jjBl^fcw^^3IBWS:=9|s^^KBB^33fc' ""fjrt t !¦ *~ i i^^^^r^^^^^^ i .I ikSf ^r ' ^^^9^*^^s^zSi^fsMW^j)m^S^GS^'t\\3SKP^^^ ' K«rotio Block Fu^ir»a'ilrWt, Bi%&aU, S ^ T. * i^RANTlS ^iTOlAN wmm mm Wat r.urtd wilhout Ibelemt shadow of dcrobt; vera may ofJU.oMM/ it/oiw/y duTtiiipod cr.sos-of ulcrrcud tan'its ' r.<nrd ?mi.irj—ftich cnsn» ib were never currd % noy oth'er mcdkiRos—nud wlia-h wrfro to utterly hopchsi.'lkrttbeZia. twnd prrroaa tt-rro prasoSnccd bj.phyniciaas mi'd frienda, lo I'O-*CT#Al.Ly ansa, •}• . , •'¦-; Tii,s Ha'sim t« n VtomntE cnmpmm'd, wlifch: never mpircs nny por.-on when It-H nnei' for uV'-cimTbr CJ'nmVc y$2?5i' ,-i£iXof-'v's!*3, #rcue,-astims jI'LUUFYtSG Bnd A \f 1 h.U A int. pi-opprtie.i , i|nd Buch.w/iirr mrdicatieni ta arc C«SK.-CTI*I.LT .NtCCSSlRY to ciuro nil 'CoagSs, iind to 'cure ihai very identical Counii TliaEisn, which is called by phy-.r/jam and others, and- is realty considered to be,-without ¦ ...

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

¦ v-L'J'-^''a^°>*O^J*WAOK8?jj.„ ,-.-oka ^-^'^f • *& ^ '***• Thl»Te*Juwia toDoC?' .{SsSS'.^f t ;*>,«*»«f,fijnaeriy a ^ wortot^r^iiwS0"' ¦ owrS^rf'iJr*';'-^1 & «SSuihe.-tlie title 'of \% &Sr£? folin •Itttebr aftJSff'iJ5e,»,^W-ftbeh^tMdtniil,. .BaiiiUHt *eP««Slo^neunef^"»';?SKftf.f«'l'>» uf teraHiMtshW mixtunt^iiSf'^PP "<*Jift,H*n-, *>'*«v BikerMilvindiicemetiitoc*Ut,'S?,l'Sg3£PzJr *»«M taen tare.^e en i*r"'*S'aaa^u**, *^#WiiSS' formt in order t«f.*mp.i«»jB»"^„¥J?ffS^Kfil* ihyoia »o&c«-'»Swr*rin^ SaTsaj>arsfie,*ikau'rrorntheOW oJew«fenf'.er*«' pic.,mi^r..Tonntsati.nn I^SSSS^'2'**'- name for*7.« V«et-" >**'i11 P™ Wm^*, ,r^«Srr?-»>!T duce one ain?r8'«(Jli«rriproof of 0ii«i?BB,i£*<L*™ f>n. ¦ nompsot^lmiaa,AiCo\.4K.,D9M^ faJsehoodit^simply miaeft<>-«eceiTe th»'pffi-*'33*:of the truth ddwn in regard to -his souring'/o-mewSf'tV'P pound. Ttilaii tocauiion the public to pbrch...

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

' M July Wark to be done. Met-Buckwheat may oe sown safely until the ||20th -of-July. ml RntaBaga tnrnrps may be sown thia^piontfi Is ^Grolind bones and salt are good manure ia for this crop, the proportion of salt as conirail fed to "the bones must be *mall, arid should jsRrje appEed at the time sowing the sted. l"he ^satt "tvin be found equally vigorous in its deafs'tructive power -upon die bisects, and much iSrnore.Bo as a manure, by being pre-.-iou^y l^riat^svith lime, plaster may afeo be used JMJudiraoisly with this crop, aft We do not wish to be understood that Wthese manures alone are the most judicious ||for raising Ruta Bagas on land not in fine tiifiBatt for they are rank feeders, and capable •of appropriating, large quantities of strong jgf-and fermentable manure, but as such ma-. Sifxnres^'t^KiariJy- prepared to give rise to *jrJany classes of insects destructive to the'tur-,»«ip, tjiose abova recorameBrleA'iiaj^i* .used «with advantage. For modes of.cuitjration ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

Morning. For the Susquehanna Register. uv ltdia j. giles; . , ( . •Hie morn is here with all her charms, • Calling in gentle tones, arise 1 ' ! •J» or longer-rest -in Morpheus' tftms;"" j ¦ Come view the gorgeous ttateH skies.' ' Haste thee, to breathe the balmy air,' i ¦ Which bears such freshness on its wings; "SViil life, -and health, and peace inspire, To smell the sweet pcrteoiLifbnngs, . ''k watchful hand the orient gates .* ' tTniblds for Phebas,fcingof day, i, Who in his .fiery chariot waits, To-traverse his accustomed wav. ¦¦ And/how, as he the race begins, » ti-c stoops to lift the misty veil From Nature's .form, and smiling, flings :-. A shower of light o'er hill and dale. (- \ But look! what gifts are scattered here f! (Jems, which the sable night btfth left<: On every blade-of grass appear, ¦ t Arid glitter from each mossy tuft, '; Not ocean pearl, nor diamonds rare, ] Meet for a place on kingly bro*-, Van with these crystal drops compare, ' Which gild ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

For the Susquelianra Register. Tv die IU-k, II. Humphrey, on the death of Jut raj/e, Jane V. JJiio Hianphrey, j The conflict is ended—the soul " freed from clasti" And Jane is at rest where wild btorms Beyer rise: ¦ , Though thy future is darkened, thy hopes sw|pt' away, Csuist thou wi.-h her again from her home in.die skies S > • .. .»• I Me-'.!-, k , .m the. wings of the summer^wind borlie. A v .oe from that newly-made grave, answers "Sn." * ' ': •I !)en 1 think of. my oira 'loss,' I cannot but mourn; / \ But the thoughtV'f her 'gain,' bids my tears cease to now." .. ; Aye, to know was to lone her; yet like some swee! flower, i- ; That bloomed fairest, in shadows, she shnn>l; from the view [ 'if the multitude—few felt the sonl-wirmiijg powj?r Of her charms; or the wealth of her mind -eVr yk°e*._ ..,..,--:>¦;" 3-/ii'ii. See has'gone! but her linage wuTeTOrTOJBaln ¦ Brightly traced 8s the scenes of the goldien-ba4a m F*t:. "...' v"4'4""^ ^ ¦ 1 be sweet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

Gfittiirginto tlie WfcHouse. .¦¦¦¦•.,,' : BY FBA^KOfM^S. .. . , . ."'J'ofine Iadorq . " Some.twerity o^mdrd, , , 'And love tlieirilnost dearly." Such ^as jheiigbt air hnmnieicl'rjy aypiing man one 'evening in the inotitu of September ifetwfen^tliejhonrs of 7 and 8, ai he turned Into a court leading out of Washington street where was-Uis boardiiig;house; The character of the air suited well the appearance of the aforesaid yoangT^/iSe, for, as ho: turned into the court, the.Kghtoif the lainp MUiiuithated,'li>o)t''&e'iv^i8Uand'sdiue^at slender) but finely fonned; his <pate';.|$ad haedsome teitures, large bright eyes, "with very "large circles around them, told of late liqurs and excitement " Ilis exterior froek coat, buttoned at ttie top by a single button, pants of a sniiffcolorod hue, white vest, and cha'-n fastened at its lpnjer hole,'attached to the deuce knp\rs what in his vest pocket—boeris, hats and dickey oftke latest Fashion, and switch cane; «oii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

A.Scene in Court. i 'I call upon yon;1 gaid the counsel, 'to state distinctly upon what authority you are prepared to swear to the mare's a^e. 1 'Upon what authority V said ° the ostler, inttrrogativelyi -1 'Youi are to reply, and not to repeat the questionpnt to you.' ' ¦. ¦ ' 'I dosn't consider a man's bound to ans wer a, question aforefle's had time to turn it in'his' mind.': .. *JTothihg can be more simple sir, than the Question pnt. I'can repeat it Upon what authority do yon swear to the animal's ageiV -'-'-"^r- ^ ^^^yj' responded the witness grnffljp' ,""'_''' ^:<Ttenw|y such evasion!, Why do you notsiate itatoncaf ^ ^efifth^ifyou; must have it; :' '' ;[_ '%w&\. % must and' will Idive iti*v vociforated-^ne *kc)iefl- wansellbr, interruptine the 'witness^ '*5' --¦-y' r '¦¦'¦'!? " -=^- -:¦ ', ~HZM$* P^ $>a '*¦* ^a:^u ui^ it,' rgoin|athe o«Uer, wife i^ . ?!i,W/'* i t'i«-, /T-' '•';-¦ 'VKTi -T'r •¦ ¦& *'*,.-\ -;¦: 5 mottgi. .^-, . ].-¦ i" ••..;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

Answering onr own Prayers In thayicinity of B , lived a.poorbut industrious mai> depending for support.upun. his dailyiabor. j His wife fell sick and not being able to hire a nurse, he was .obliged to ccntin^ himself (o the sick bed and the family. His means of support being thus-cut off, he soon found himself in: need. Having a wealthy neighbor near, he determined to go and ask him for two bushels of wheat, W(fh a promise to pay as soon as his wife 'became so' much better that he could leave ler, and return to his work. Accordingly he took his bag, went to his neighbor's, and arrived while the family were at morning prayeiV As ho sat at the dborstone he heard the man pray very earnestly that Gad would clbthe the naked feed the hungry; relieve the1 distressed, and all that mourn. Tire prayer concluded, the poor inan .stepped in an;d made known His business, promising to pajf with the avails of his farst hlbor. The farmer-was very Wry he could Sot accommodate'him, bu^ie ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

. T I-—^fW.y-'S-'S-W.Jf-'SftS •¦- fhd ^into*memm&to&* f&i time'Jt6;t)ie'rarMeT<tUM^-&||Sn^lS^<fcjgi^i^ •ot-thtfoffieer,«w;e'«woul4f*ft6^B^^ 'Statements'^rtV''foIlo'wi^^itfeii"U^^ ten dowD^nd;feft; at tei^iif^er fchirt^ business may not be.'TCitltlmd'^f' <-^ai.«biMii/|p of the? man ofahe-honse^^wlieB '^h*?^!^® |calbi-->rT^e'qne«tu^' ctt;i^:(^ttliK^l4w^ iiBay= be ausivered by any=adnit of*th^fci^ swithout difficulty. & C^A '^^<^r0%$jm ^.i^Number of acres o^JK^rWedJaiibp|l jlns fytib,..,:r-\-t-;i-J.^: -^i^^^.^&^^M 1 -it. Acres rfni»improyfl4^^ife4.^^f||S fA i6."-6i^^'S^&IB*: fe r^S^^f^^ ,, ,-4. Gash value. ofViitmheimvlMm&MlV * .uiacuiiM.ry ^:s-{.- g, ^7.^ia;ii-TO-«ita^^iSiS|; sSi i .,;,,,5-r;6. ,Jtamber;jofr xEorse^.;^c!f^OilJ ^xen, .and ;cHhet^t^e^wr^ne i,y3^1 joffe| dumber of Sheep over onVyeiro &>:--iXSi(5 b(x.otSmu&./t ,rtf, f vi ,aLa „;,...,. .xJft«4&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

. '* ''H%to|i^?J|^-^;^f|| ;. JJestitute old men generally be»n»:sdiip .$p?%f«I,n%M^^^!^n'^';:;'A!ii«^M and indnst'rious ^onhg^an^WsivoWl^' 'his fifty d6flars: : ^rithiSftnY,^ -^hM; W^M time~'ne1stb^6id' ' to'1ab1>^w^3l^Ie *^^ " to spfend the evetiihg-onlfef" ' ffi'i* ^^M home of hik own, surrpunded by thos^cblStp forts, *rid e'rea^uxtiriels,"solj^eral'to'^eiS ning a*ei |Mt youth, interjt onjpresenlfpleW^i ures, sc-ldom think.afa^> W%end:J ^re^l^ eaTnmgsiniiiieTclothes, fisp"raes^laW-fs^j'ip pe^s, ^ balls', etc^, and thus often leave old-•,ag'f || deprived eyen'o^ iifeVnece^Bj|es ,., ^i$jmv$M of hem^triit' pompoHsry,i|^mf ourla .ib«jjr|l fashionably afcired,yet.in^^?en'for; imM & ant: clothes; While 6lt|ier8 waste in^erfteiMii lures in luxurious arid even vicious indulge^ cestill, overtaken byjevcrty^'; tl«^ ^^^bkI dej :-cled, think themselves fcrtttinais'to^^l wo k, live along tronJ nahi to niouth, an^, finsTIy, disabled;* ire thrdwn:;^# tno'"c^l|^ cba ri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

K *EHEBEGISTERJtBLISHED.E\T:RY THl«tSDAYfjY •James W. Chapman. | J Advance pavment in Cash per year : $1 BO • paid within the year, ; 2 0Q If avt at the end of the year, 2 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

.,-.. H^kfJhimlh^^^^ the foUo^n^^uib^aa^fl^^^^^^H one of the pubhc schools of Phila^^^^^ ty:. I am ^t^^^-of; its :^Terl^^^^H peared in priu^and it's top g^od^^^^^ It seems tbii?^w.houra';efenip|^^^B mischief had ^"a^ly enlarged the^^^ ^ ^^^^H ".treachery" iri the upwr stonraWkcli^ the young " ideas," and:th"ey;ij^in| sto|B ed the- balustrades fruni^^|b^tt^t)^H mud, and when the maste^^^Su^iyery naturally laid his hand ofHfjg^mffim ted the stairs. Be was soo^^p^M sad mishap, but>ud nothing- a1^|M|js|ui^ the scholars had all been called,:in?afi^fii|| taken their seats, when, lie[acquainted^fch'eni? with the fiict, and said! lie, would give iany one five dollars,who would.inform him whp had had a hand in'it ' At this moment up jumped a litfle redheaded urchin who said—" TbaH Jdu ffiayj you'll give any one fivp dollarth :wholl 'tell who had a hand in it ?rt '": " "' ' ¦ "Yes? ¦'/¦ ' ! •-'" -' - '"/'• ' " Now, thi'r ybu'JI rioit.whipine.'wiHfeu?" "No." •' . ¦• ¦ --t: '- ¦'.t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

¦:..;;:; ^^tej^Qf^gte^i^S; VfWueer things occur ^amid the-Waie of^he tttton,"^jutiqueerer. stsi H take- #lace-rat#©ng the stilfipiirs bfnigftt v-fjje ^follolro^fiit mstaiice, is'bne of the Queerest in tliic^gbr ry,imdas.'Watts.says,-; ¦'•. '/, "/.>S^°;J j "Thetieeds of dtlfkness Wo'liavo Idone, .j- Must.«U appe^l^f^;^e: s^r?*!tf..tl';. ii may not be quite improper to make it pub lic, positive that the parties therein coicfern-' ed will not Object thereto;, ^ th «^iden!ity mast rremairi a mystery to the inquKittvc:" It was upon a public bccasionj'when.'allfthe hotels in -^-^call the place wh&iyou^ul—nifere filled frpmitpptp, botto'iijL jt^dlp^ds economized room and space with amazing cunning, packing as many a* throe "fatfmen in one bed on a'Jog day mgb't'too';or sfietching their guests, headland poiaWuppijthe floor in sueb capacious eonfusipn as to injike the property! of .a certain set ofiihios':"'& a to a particularbody a' iriatte/ of serious o#ibt TBo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

H|££^Ofe^^ . Mw*$»Mhd cere|noniei on the occasion of the ¦%^Q«Mt»a2UauaYTAri!0R,late President Rtiw PaitedStates, were attended at this place ^ET^nrsder^Ust according to pre vious srrsnge-BjjffsSaaA Federal Salute (13 guns) was fired at Henee Mi the trill above town, with artillery, with Hneh also minute guns were fired during the march Wtheprocessiun. SS^tweee ten and eleven o'clock, the procession S|w farmed ou the green under the direction of ¦bvAsaSpicerassi sted by CoL CD.Latbropand Hm.Qluekand marched to the Presbyterian church Mfiyi ledbytba" ftmgh& Ready "¦ and the Water-^KW jIw companies hi full unfform, and with KpireBgiaee skroodedin mourning, preceded by Kb Band. TfceNational and State flags were, also MJHied.in the procession dressed) in crape, while FM»jh*gwflag kept for the purpose, similarly dra-•Km, was displayed at half-mast during the day on K^ZalMrbr peltf The church was tastefully and ¦ VfVbpriately dressed in badges of mourning, with TCaple wrea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

W '''Oh^.^l'WH^^^Xyr: lilt is presumed that all the members of the new (flabinet, as announced last wealtv'have accepted or Will accept their appcintmen^except Mr/Pearce of Maryland, who it ts said will dccline-^iiot feel' 'fag at liberty to kaveihb.post as-U.'?. Senator from that State. Mr. Conrad of Louisiana has been reported as likely to be called in his stead as Secretary of the-mtcriorv but later reports speak of Ex. Gov. Jones or M. P. Gentry of Tennessee as most likely to be called to tliat station. Some reports say that Mr. Corwin of Ohio encountered considerable opposition to his confirmation in, the Senate, for Secretary of the Treasury, while oilier reports say that the nominations were unauiniouily confirmed* The resignation of Mr. Corwin of his seat in the senate having been telegraphed to the Governor of Ohio, intelligence was promptly returned that the Governor, had appointed Hon. Thomas Swing to fill the vacancy. In order that there should be no confusion in t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

An Interview between Mr. Littlefield and Professor Webster. Boston, Thursday, July 25. An interview took place yesterday afternoon between Dr. Webster and Mr. Littlefield, at the solicitation of Dr. Webster, in the presence of Mr. Andrews, the Jailor.— On their entrance, Dr. Webster stepped forward and very cordially and affectionately seized the hand of Mr. L. remarkingttat he had long desired to see him ; that he could not feel at case until he made his acknowl edgements to him that he felt that he had done him great injustice, and he' asked his forgiveness. ' Mr. Littkfiuld promptly and feelingly replied, that he forgave him with alii his, heart, and expressed his pity and syinpathy for him. Mr. Littlefield also'told him that it was a painful duty he had to perforin when he took the stand and testified against him, but that he felt it a duty which ke had no right to shrink from, ami if he had stated anything wrong it was not intentional, arid he was very sorry and asked h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 August 1850

- Sickness at Washington. - Extract from a private letter dated, Washington, July 25, 1850. Apprehensions of a Cholera visitation have existed here to somle extent, during all of the present month. But for the unusual sickness of the season, Geri. Taylor would probably now be in the Executive Mansion, instead of a tenant'of the "dark and narrow house." I was informed by one of the physicans a day or two since, that he had between fifty and sixty cases of bowel diseases on hand, and by another, that uis list of patients suffering in the same way, was much larger. ' Our old Whig friend, Dr. S. M. biddings, the late candidate for Sergeant Alarms of the House, is here, with a most valuable preparation for Cholera and all kindred diseases and has performed some most astonishing cures. Hon. Mr. Goodenow, of Me., was severely seized the other day witfi violent symptoms of cholera morbus,—and might have died but for the immediate relief afforded him by Mr. Giddings. I know of other ...

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