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

^.sr. ... -. IHlBOiTMlo*. vT^E<ki.p?nSnersTiap ^^«6fore^^ exlstenVbetween JL Summers; Hay fan & ^Brothtf, in theMercaiitffctrtjsmesa.is this.day dissolved by- mutual cbns|»'t The Books and Accounts will be left in the iiuidsotT.-i: H. Haydeo 'for settldmBit- -< " t DAVID SUMSfERSf f ' TRACY HAY-DEN;^ £ HENRY HAYDEN: j New Milford, April 11, i860. "Vf T> T^7SE *bke this method to uiforin '4pfis XJs, TT;-fhe public that'we are' now receiving from New York a fresh fol of Spring and Summer Goods, which we will seU for ready pay or approved credit, tfs low and a little Joirrr! than can be 1'ought in Uie town or county, ho. you hear that now t ' If you don't believe it, call and examrae for yourselves. j 1: - , \ T.iH. HAYDEN. ! New Milford, May 10,1850. -1 20-3m j Proclamation. T BAVE resolved to sell Goods liereafter princi-JL pally for ready pAy. For cash down, I can and dill sell goods lower :than fhey can be afforded aU credit houses. I will then have...

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

j First Arrival. RL . SUTPHIN A CO, are just receiving an extensive and complete assortment of ! Spring and Summer Goods, whjieh they will sell (for cash) as low as1 they can bo bought this side of New York. 1 They tender their thanks to the publie, for the veijy liberal share of patronage bestowed on them thef past year, and would respectfolljl invite a call and examination of their stock, with the assurance that they can and tri// offer superior* inducements to purchasers. They pledge themselves to not be undersold. April 8,1850. 1 WJiitesMles Improved 1 Double Oven Hot Air Cooking Slave. Tlie subscriber has.obtained the exclusive right of pending this store in tho county of Susquelianna and Wayne, and having a large number of thenu manufactured at tho " Eagle Foundry' in this village in a neat style, offers them for sale. They can be jiad at the Foundry, at the store of Messrs. Rose and. Simpson's or of the subscriber. W GEO.FUXiER. Montrose, Sept H, 1849. . j Executor's No...

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

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

•¦' ,_^wl2''**,cJ*»"0*.*w**7atir^^^ :'»"* ™,«o»Jla*». taie CAawstoixri-iTiin. ; :§Msip»rilli tor sale.^-lto-4t^c^iw^wns!^r3£H, o',' vilaI £SS^2N fji»'d "*" 'taalifa^WS^ton?^? ,!«t5D7.fc?f i^»»* fcrnWrl^rsrka^r^bSos? 4 lirnia?ir™JS,^e» »• *awani.lJ» UuVbf DoeSJfc,^? ysa»»l^^l««!L0 .E? die, !, •thoOIa,a^.ptiatueed!forkb ^n^^r^^S^'si^^-^cS? , tookabadWueehar^ "%?* • **^Ji^P'+**<m . ttOKainte^ho^l"^ *^^ ' - ^"" I Wit 1*4^ «otW'$Sd _Wr« "n»^«*P«»l«iementa«f ES ^lutjh-anrhtit ueaHoS",'^S h^*n **J?t * &i*'*£ •iimi me anPMaa'^^«ni^nrae.,.wtill tfestr fellow ^,.«fa4llrls«^,m^u1tl"?,?'i^PP wi, *^^^ .-.jnsa^.ss. aninau^hieMulSf ^.'"W^M"-** *°»U " mia7tuirb' :beeTlTMW«i.10 ^,?%k In the Busiuaas. Tlioi V'J ?.fcrin*tootThWAta.imprcVu7» S^i?l^ 0 ?^ ."IheOldBoclor'..SJajaapar^l^'"^^**"? hsfieruut - «£^W%ni»u»- from wloS *tll$Z&%&- ' W&* -- jWav^TfiSS.,.l».'rT«WBiiend ra,fT ^^ t^inataVes . i^*rj>f«.w«clti Twin eT.T ^^{ tte^s*«fmT , .duce obcj suulo s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

THE REGISTER. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY BY JamesJV^ Chapman. •> AJiance payment in Cash per year .i*l 50 If paid within »!'« vear, ¦>. » 00 J/ nit at the end of the year,. . 8 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

The -Night Burial For the Susquehauria Register. BY XKS. S. t. M. FaSSETTE. . Softly fell~the lcngthuin£ shadow?, Over hill and tree and plain'; And no sound save the low murmur Of the -waters gtntly camp. And the starry host above us ¦ O'er onr pathway gently shed Light to guide us with our loved one To her'hist cold narrow bea; Breamed we not when morning o'er us Shed its bright and gladsome. "ray, That a* scene bo «id and fearful1! Thus for us would close the day-Dreamed vre not that ho who bore her From her home a happy bride, Homeward then her form was bearing, Cold and lifeless by bi» side. ' Yet arouud her gravis we gailwral Mid the deep still hush of night—Fitting time to bi<h> our treasures Ever from our eattu'y sigkt. i Incre we laid her, by her loved one, > Where she wished that eke mig^.t rcsil; Though our hearts wore stricken'deeply, . -. Yet we-know that she was bleat. Then we heard the lew dull rattling Of the damp and heavy earth, . , A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

Wrong not the laboriflg Toor. iiv EBEKKzee KtroT, or siiKi-nnn, kolmtp. ' ^r ;ij not the laboring poor by wiiomje uvc '• . 'A ping not your humble feUow-wbriijj,Yt P*°.u«l i .: i ,i.J will not the poor man's wrongs forgive, I'ui hear his plea.flnd have his plea ilHjjWexl.' 0 be not like the vapors, splendor roD'd • 11 ¦ ' Thai sprang from earth's green breast usurp tile TIicp. ppread around cofetagion bl*sk and'cold, Till all who mourn the dead prepare 'to j(Ue 1 " S ' imitate the bbunUJpus clouds, that. rise:] T' "rttghtrd with bliss, from liver, Tale and jplain, IU -daakful clouds, iba\ beaatify.;&e>Bkies(j. r> iV:i fill the lap of eiuth with fruit and grai*. Ve» • emulate the Bwuntate and the'llobd;-'*- ;'"t TVmt irade in blessingswith the mightydeep5,''- ¦ ¦ ' ¦ -«)ti.ed to peace and satisfied with -gtoai •¦'> Man s ue.art fee hapgy as a chihi.asleep. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

Tbe Maidens Soliloqoy;; -/ [A Biaiilcn a'.one; Milton in pher. lianJ, Sbe pen> in die pa-wage," Hail, wedded Ipyel royaler . -jes Jsw," etc. She then soliloquizest] ' ' " ist Ke sg'. Milton thou reasohest'werl; " " ~-v whence .ibis pleading hope, this fund dgsire, ^ i» longing after mahimwuy? * i'Sif-K''. | C i • rhence this secret dread, this inward horror iving unespousedi Why shrinks Ok heart *.s on itself, and startles at celibacy! . L; >'; ~. ¦ - reason, faithful reason, that stirs within us ; | - -- antures self that points out an alliance, ' I •> ¦ ¦ i mutilates a husband to the bex. , ; i' l^nagc! thou pleasing, and yet awrionsthought! ihi-uu^h what new, various changes most wc passj 'in marriage state in prospect lies before inej ,. Bus shadows, clouds, and darkness, rest uuon.it, Swe will I hold. Klatere pronjpta.tli» wishj . ., iad that she does is plain from aliierworksjx: iur duty, interest, pleasure bids indulge it, j.x ;.. 'or She great end ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

An Army of Mtwkies. • A NOVF.L DIUDOK. In Capt. IiiiiJ's A«.h eritu.ro in South Mexico, we find tbe fullowing curious account of tlio way inoulcies cross streams of water too wide for them to jump over. It is exceedingly curious, and' doubtless true : " They are coming, and will most likely cross by the rocks yonder," observed Raou I. "llow—swim it!" I asked. . It is a torrent there." '•Oh.no," answered the Frenchman, 'm.onkios would rather go 5nto the tire than'water. It' they cannot le.tri the stream, they will bridge ft.? 'hridgo it! :itid how]' . ¦ ' Sto]> a moment, Captain, nud you shall f ;e.' I The half-human voics now bounded nearj or, and nearer, utid we.could percievc that the aaimaU were approaching the spot whore we i lay. Presently they Appeared upon the op-^"posite bank, headed by an old grey <thi<'fuviri, and ofTiecred like so many soldiers. They wi;ro, as Itaoul stated, of the)- comadrrja, or r.;MT-t;viii.-d trilw. • : Uti^—an aid-de-c;im...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

Seth Wilfee:TH^Elk Cdunjy Witness ;• In the.spring of 18^5, after the, c]ose of a iong tiresome session lof the; Pennsylvania legislature', the writer was'Invited by Colopel jA." , the clerk of the Bouse of Rcpre-Sentntives, to accompany him to his home in tho backwoods of Elk^—rt new -county "that had been partitiorred offfronrJeflfetson, dearfield, and M'Kean, at thesession. The object of this visit was two-fold ; .first, to enjoy the ^ne trout .fisliing of; that prolific region, (I have taken ' here three hundredttjat would -average eiglit inches, in six hours, with a \yo;i ,m,)'aud secondly, tpasshil'lu'o-Colonel in getting the sent of Justice where lib wanted it. ,'Tho tiling was" sd'well worked tliat I must te!Bt Wore TOming; to the-1awsuit stbtjr. The Colonel owned a inHl and store at Caledonia, on one edge of the county,"and a verv fine mill at Rfdgeway,the principiillown iiri Uie county. He wanted 'the "courthouse at liidgeway, but was -not inclined to pny anything to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

Disastrous Termination of Poland's.-: It is daily made more apparent that! Poland is hastening, to its eternal sleep^with gigantic steps. The" aristocracy of the*ffan|rdom, who, in s"p'ite'of all temporary syriipiithies with the people, are Still an aristocracy, have broken with tire democracy, and visjtbly become friendly to the Government- "They feel that they cannot satisfy the demands it the-democracy without begttaring'tlJemselveSj and-clearly perceive that aH national efforts must now be fruitless, because every 'condition of success is- wanting.' At-tho'sanie-time, in order to save appearances, it is^reported that the Czar is about to make concessions to the -Kingdom, and must be met half, wayi although these yery parties are convinced that the Poles as a;, nation have no concession's whatever, to expect from him. In a-.wo.rd, the ^ristocracy of the kingdom believe that they must choose between their own extinction-and a close union with Russia, and,they liavo adopted t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

Temperance Amdfc&' >5 - v-^ II A small tempe|aticesociety \u$ beeji^^siarl-18 ed in a'commuuity verv mucb nridettHef: ^m-|« Trol of a rich dis«Her TOmmo*n#&ller|,i ^l|l Myers." This maa had severafson^%ifrJlaa|p become drivrikarks du the'"l(<cilitie3',aBbiSerjii J by Ur«redncatio ttat-h«trte;. ~»l'te#Kofe%iS | ily was array(Kliagaifec^^hd.^e%e'fi^?siM|p threatsued to break up'thd meeting^called to | ' | promote the object. Learning thi»,li&. fitlBtW I - went to a neighborin^dLstrictrfortomperanco :1m volunteers-torthaPpaVrit^faW&lcasiop; ^ H% 'fM theii gave out word for a tieetirigi.and-al5ih4 w time found his friends!ffrid ^nernies^abo^' t'm& equaHn number. - ifbis fcfet;pnJve!itedTaiy. let, outbreakvbut could not;pfevent rtoij^f-*f« M v -Mr. Hunt tnoutited liTs-iplattbritt^ndrB y^ l«j few sharp anecdotes and wfcty ^yings/^ooh \m isiletfccd all iriaa!tb^to' fa-$ffi&y.)$l%ff. *| I leB^^be%.ldDutehirjan^"tyingSttt,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

Bribervat ihe-Wiiiiaiiispcrt ConyeEtiu» v The Bali-Cameron portion if ti,s Locof;.,-, » vj- ^ tiltf' Qilve assumed an air of the -"' ''' indignatkin at.the disclosure concerning i he a'"'""' Sif^Ovikhinft'nod Hanken to bribe ' /'"''¦ ^\^^A%Vf- mmas P°-t Convention to'-!' for V. t^lbleyj for CW Commfcwkwer, an j ,., . W ciiar^thojtUusi of Uio transaction m>4 t Cameron^ The CarlMo Democrat &|£jM= I -Cameron, and turns :i,o ,,> • 1 ¦ ," ' , & ch*iwmg:;bnbery us^, \>.. <,. ' , 3'^ "' >i-,. fc tsst ^^wsR^sas risSofe^^fe^^ Painter end M llor have'be,.-, r^i^fe* .to vindicate themselves .from d.^w • 7?Sf ? davit, together, with ^tOfeiuMB^*" *, •satisfy every Aio thai the Wi'dkmspSuv* "j"* was a raregathering of Uie most bcautiw^?? mens of Locofoco polkicia'is :~Daily A/cm. ^^ i " I Edward fcalvert, tin© of the Jtwtices nf a fj Peace in and for the county of Lyconflng, Jo W5' | fy, that Joseph Fuller and'Hiram Lenta, the di4 9 nates...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

FIREMEN'S NOTICE. " Tharja will;be a semi-annual.election of offrai for the. Hough St Ready Fire Engine Ocnij* ny on Monday. Septetriber,2d, to commence at ij o'cleck, rt the Engine House, August 19th, 1850. P. STEVEK5, Sa) "" NOTICE. A Meeting of the Board of School'Distort»' Bridgewater township, will he heij M a Court-house in Montrose, on Saturdy ihe Slst in j of Agasut, at 10o'clock A. M. > All persons hm* j business with tlie School Directors are requpflti .^t6 attend. 3a. l. CATLIN, Seer / Bndgewater, Aug.^21, 1850. ' MARRIED, i On the 18tb inst, by O. Mott. Jr, Esq, Ma. Hong Bolls, to Miss Fahsty' Kallaji, all 01" FwtM Lake. ' HI -—' —. h : „ DIED, I In (hi* village, last evening, Hus.$fMi\U»riB Siatcr, aged 38 years. H - - 'DISSOLUTION. '! 1 We have this day disposed of our interest in 4 store at Montrose to D. R. Lath'rop A Co. whom continue the business in the same manner as it hs hitherto been carried on. Those having unsettled accounts With m »3 plcasejca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

Wills State IfemiMSioas. FOR CASAL COMMISSIONER, <VOSB0A OTJTNaAN, of Bncka county. ^^^^ !'rOK AUDITOR GENERAL, B^H&T Wi 8KXSBR, of Union county. gOR SDRVEYOtt OSXERAL. 'OSBPH'BBNDERSON, of Waihd&glon : * .'^ n „,_... ¦ — -- - .1 t-± i BBT"* jngent necessity of pay bestowings my, ^tole time h«nceiorth to-my duties away frotri home \ ¦ wfll probably allow we to remain in town au longer 1 tkan Monday of «est week. All wishing to fettle ; *beir"doe»witB ttfe.or oHspoBedto aid mc in ray \ pneeent necessities by paying some in advance will : ¦ ffllim.CJBrnr (end is by their neighbors attending «oort on that day. { ..-..".i .,.•:'. • ' > -t^TOur "Whig County Meeting was held on ; Toewjay evening pursuast tu tho.cnlL (t was a ' •ort«( meeting in which the citizens of the various ; tewna were, iuvited to attend without the formali- j ty of'sending Delegates; though for die rake of, expediting tho proceedings two citizens from each . township represented...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

... . -• . a, ry"*<~ft Convention. This body met as u;uai on Monday evening of - August Court, for the nomination of a county tick - •t TWrush to the Court House when the bell rung j waa not so great as in times past, as Turner's Circus 1 was performing on the Green near by which drew 1 «ff a portion of the crowd—the s-pecimens of "ground and lofty tumbling," rjding two horses at ; n tune, and other performances of the ring being it - peeaibie more enticing than those of the Locofoco ¦ party. At least it served to divide tlie intcrert so j ftat the bell had to be rune eeverel times" tu calwL ' I 1 j I j m F the folk* together.. Gen. Standing was cSkJJg^* > Breside. assisted by a usual number of Vice Presi- ; denta and Secretaries, Whatever may have been the eancusings and wire-workings for the Congress- : tonal and Senatorial strifes in prospect, tlie noiuina- j tionafor Representative were narrowed down b/ , the 'declinations of Mewrs. W. C. Ward, Wm. J. •¦ Tn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

J^ERMISTBB ^ J. W. CHAPMAN, BdJtox. THimsDSO^iT'^MsBdr^ —^— ' • ¦ '¦ •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

Things at Washington. . In the Senate, on Tuesday the !5th, the bill providing for tr-.e admission of California into the Union was passed by the decisive Toto of a* yens to 18 lays—almost two to one. All the Senators present frcm Free States voted ia favor of the-bill, while all those present from S'nvo States voted against it, except Benton, of Missouri, Houston, of Texas, Underwood, of Ky., and Wales and Spruaoce, of Delaware. Tlie passage of the bill was greeted wWi demonstrat tons of applause. The House will of course take up this bill when it next goes into Committee on tlie subject-, and we trustit will meantime have so amended its Rules that a small minority can no longer stop tlie wheels of legislation. In the Senate on Wednesday an extended debate arose on the reception of the Protest of ten Southern Senators, agidnst the passage of the California Bill Messrs. Davis and Wmthrop of Mass. and Mrs. Baldwin of Conn, opposed the entering of the document on the journal as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

WhJS County Conxrenuoa. The ConTcntion met pursuant to theaall of. the Central County Oomiiittee at th^(^ur|J^Hooie in Aoritroseion Tuesday, evening Augusta! anofwas organized by tliodppointaioht of Ifr. E. PATRICK Jr, Chairman; Vice Presidents, Asjft.^UNT, Col Wm. T. Case, Joe. FoXLxaand H. P. Looxis; Seoretaries, J. C ATdler aaii iRii. MTPotl. i On motion of B.S. Bontley E?q, two persons were selected from each of tho townships!represented to act in concert ss 'a committe in forwarding the proceedings, as follows: Anbum—Aniwl Gay, G. Bunnell. • Bridgewater—Stiilman Fuller, A. C. Luce. Ctiflwl—C. D. Wilson, A. Hajsted. , Dimock—A. Castedy, Ira Young. Franklin—W. Mott, Jos. Fuller. Oib-wi—A. Abel. J. L. Gillett. (ireat Bend—Wright Chamberlin. Hannuny—Stephen Frazier. Hcrri.-k1—A.Giddings, K. Carpenter. Jessuj>—Dr. H. Smith, L. W. Birdiard. Lathmp—Roger L. Senrle. Lenox—rlt. h. Clark, A. Tiffany. New M.lfr.rd—S. W. Walker, A. Conklin. I.ibertv—.Dr. A. Newton. Mid-Jleto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 22 August 1850

OONDBMSBD TTBMS. .. TbxuL—Wei learn from Waslungton Ihat a genfk-manfrom San Antonrcstex^orings tte inform ation:that 8,000 men were wd«r arms and preparing to march to the Rio Grande, to defend tbe rights of Texas; -' -'¦ r''\ ggpr Col. Draner, of Arkansas, now on a vUit to Jefferson Couuty, Whad a negro girl stolen from him while passing through Pittsburg, lately. t3T William I Chaplin, who is now in jail at Washington, for the abduction of Slaves belonging Messrs. Stephens and Ton^QMgreeamen of Georgia, formerly edited the Albany Patriot, and is a thoroughgoing abolitionist, £5f* Gea. Houston has confessed that a scheme relative to a Southern Confederacy was represented to him last Winter. C3f" There are 23 cases of; Murder before the criminal court of St Louis. £Jf~Wjisoo McCandless of Pittsburg is spoken of ae the Loco candidate to succeed Dr. Sturgeon in the U.S. Senate. %g" The message of President Fillmore on the difficulties with Texas, has given occasion for blazin...

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