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

New Goods. JUST RECEIVED A"? POSTS—the Secnnd Stock of Good*, this Spring—consisting uf a Splendid .Lot. of Jioiiuet, Jlibboiu. »«w «tj-l»" Lawns Garages, GUi^sa Silks, changeablo,.Foulards and Italian, do., ,1'lu'ui and Figured—White Crape, and Bnrage Shawls; Black, Colored Thibet and DeLaine do. ; Turk Satin Parasols ; Silvered Fan.-, ¦Flowers. Wreaths, Bonnets Enameled Shoes and Bootiu ICid and Sdk Gloves, Fashionab'e Buttons aud Dress Trimings, Qerse Twist, Silver and .Steel Beadsl Worsteds, Silk. Organdies, Bnrage DeL-lines, Dotted nnd Plain Swiss iluslins, Edgings from 2 ccntd to 10 shillings per yard. Some.fine Perfumery, German Cok><tne, Colcord's Ltystrul-^. «tc., Ijirge Lot "f Itosiery, Carpet Bags, Cuffs and Collars, Linc-u <>iiiirhuui.->, ll'liite Moreeu, Xiuikins, some Beautiful Bara'tliea \'e.slings. Seiirnless Bags. Cloths, Fren.-h Curtain Lawn, Ip'hite Bed Spread.-, Linen table Ciotlis, Cotton don Doylies. >>upk:n^...

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

Wool C artliiB? aud CIo'Iidi'eN.sius;. THE 'ib.eriber having purchased the Wool Carding and Clnthdres-ing establi.-hment, situated in Jes.-np Town-hip.on the Wyalu-ing Crock, about fix miles from Montrose, lately occupied by Smith it Tiffany, tike, tiiis method to inform ihe public that the works having undergone a thorough reparins throughout, the Mjcliinorv is buii'g fitted up widi new Cards ifcc, and lie pledgC's-hiin-elr that no paius shall be spared to give e;i(ire satisfaction to all those who may favor him \t ith their custom. Clothdressmg done up' widi despatch. Steam fiui^hiu;;, done up in the beat style and on the most reasonable terms. Also a good assortment of Woolen piotfts of best quality—Flannels and Woolen shawls kept constantly on hand, which wi# be exchanged at air rates for wool or produce. All work entrusted to his' care shall be done upon ihe shortest notice and warranted right or no Pay ! Those briijging loads of Wool from a distance, can have it carded to ta...

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

r.w-A-.-^-^ta^-tff^-y*---. .. * - -. . . j t't^'I'v'-'TlUCJCa OPOCACKSr*"^'* ' <tar EyanvieBT Hkid raia CaaarOLLr.—Th.» MnrapariJb ftr salo in ihe different town. c»ll!rd« • Tbwoitnd' s SuMpuiltk. It is advenistdai uie nlJ, -Njy»GENiIIJi£,and alOnat. ThUTownscodunffi01 •WKwiaij butwisfSrnicrly a worker on raitro4,i!a>r «JJ«i *nd the like-yeiln «Mume» the title of DoctoTfc!'?- )™^«:*»iiBiagcr?aii*>rwhaiheUnot. ¦UsJ^f1 5? *'S',*: ilW') medical schools, and pracuced foAJ* • Sl» A fciilH?", <*»™« «. he never practiced m^? ' hnkiiJ^'.k'1 iSuch ****• "**" >»>i"«pre»aiS: •affi^feivV4^^»»'"'»c'(Jr-o(-«n»a5aa. J^S Zffafrt&'kr,blui ne+cr made ihoSeMatemanti of ft* El ta'aU \tol, Xfewi,I m">l<um I0"• >»< »"<i irS -nwtl" IB^DntVV'8" »"«Jta«reour«-with their «J* ¦ -flartapdriiraimit ttSk ihe m jtt)FJw&3lE? name fort? a week... rwilbgi*, CT^ft^ife dbce one efhrteT soHurr proof br *S. m. «if. "inrE1*, Th...

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

Iill itfiiiiiiiiiifls SarWian aioek Passu street, Broolbrs. I». T. ' IN. EACH BOTTbB-rOMB TuoUspoonf^ a dme--TnaeE Soms a day—Oue 6oW« eooiainiog t>t -doa^a lasts Twe'n ty-Onc' Days. Priis %iS»Jxr Bprtfe, or Six Bottlis, Jar fciCA j^li^lil® U now put up U QUAIIT BOTTLES, ani] *!« of Uie game medical ttrength slid cjficttcy hi thai in the tmafl bottitt. '• Tbojrrmr iaptrrt'ori/j/uf This PcrikiRR ovwr&*.*&**lkX\.i.a and all other similar mriljciiief, may In tome measure bo under* •tood from the folitfwthg Tacts: "KiRST-Jwciauw U bat on/jf pos«eiBOi. na.poftiaa* ef iu medicttinn. the Pour Esstttcr. t>f Saraaparilla. Yellow Dock. Cherry avd'Sn*snfriu Bnrlu. more ttrongJy, more po^er/itOy concentrated, and larger quantitinoCraeft or there parifleri\n eiieft bu/tie-of it than can he found m any holiie of meJicioe, called Extract of SarmtpariUa: Bui, $ecoSt>L¥—bet»a«i ThU Purifier aha rtouown the int'd ical rjicirey nnd hmUn'j'virtvc* of iercral other...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

. something Map'ellous. : i slory wt.Bt the rounds of the papjers some-, . ,'iC (.inccsav* thy Wyoming Whig, of ja man it i „ ii,<. P.nrlinsrton and Rutland Railroad who i Tinrk on '"°LD i.i. , • ¦¦•.» in- dr''"'' through his hrad bu an 1,;k! av if"'' mt <* • i ' i-.v,t; -r.lho" killing him-' The account, though j r u;be,-'cate<''was SCDeraMy discredited. The | jvt of the American Journal of Medical ! la?t i"' i-c, has a full and authentic history -of the , j,j frarrttlie time when it occurred on the 13th of ; *pti ruber, 1S48, to Jan. 1S-5Q. when the patient ' isited ftoston, and was examined by various medi I ical Writs ^jjj distinguished practitioners. Wc ] corn in* leading Matures of this remarkable case fur the gratification or our readers'; ! " The sufferer in the caee, Fhineas ^>. Ga°e, a young man of 2o, i-hrewd and intelligent a ° contractor or head workman on tlie Rutland and Burr imeton Railroad, had charged with gunpowder a liule in the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

JOHN TATLOR; The Timon of the Backwoods Bar and Pulpit. BY (.'BABIES SOIMKRFIKLn. I can never forget my first vision of John Taylor. It was in the Court-house in Lewisburg, Coawav county, Arkansas, in the summer of 1888.— Theoceasion itself possessed terrible interest. 4 -vast concourse of spectators had assembled to witness the trial of a young and beautiful girl, on an indictment for murder. The Judge waited at the moment for the Sheriff to bring in the prisoner, and the eyes of the impatient multitude all centered on the door, when suddenly a stranger entered, whose appearance rivitedl universal attention..— Here is his portrait: A figure fall, lean, sinewy, and straight as an arrow : a faie sallow, bilious, and twitching incessantly, with nervous irritability; a bfow broad and massive.'.seemt d filled with nnkles, but not with age, for he wiis scarcely forty; eyes reddish yellow, like the wrathful eagle, as bright and piercing; and filially, u mouth with lips of cast iron....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

The Privateer Gen. Armstrong The news of tho state of things existing at Lisbon, between tlie Portuguese government and the American squadron there, gives a particular interest toihe affair of the privateer General Armstrong-, destroyed by a British naval force at Fayatih 1814, and now intimately Connected, ns-one of tbe causes, witli the misunderstanding, so. likely, it would appear, to lead to a serious rupture between thetwo countries. For this reason.^ says the Philadelphia North American, we,have supposed we should be doing our readers a flpor by laying -before them a history of the General Armstrong ; and.olitbe. extraordinary defence njaue ny uei uj.i^ «.viuior. whelmntag British forcje, one of the most gallant ofall the naval feats Of the war of 181"2, so full of unparalleled achievement*; and to ensure still more interest, we give a British account, being the narrative of an EnghVh resident at Fayal, an eye witness who wrote it-fur Cobbett's Register, (published in Lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

llieatrical Reminiscence. >! who does riot recollect Billy Williariis, Hi1(>..comedian, familiarly known as Billy of"' theJWells, which latter csguomen he derived from having been connected for several years with Sadlers Weils 1 heatre, London. .Billy was one 6f the best natured men alive, and without a very brillianf'edu:-cation, was an actor; it is true that he sometimes gave Lindley Murray a wide berth when using his own language instead of that of an author. We shall never forget a conversation which we' o'reri' heard between Billy and W. E. Burton,' ati Win-' dust's. Billy-sat m-his usual seat, a^d was-en» dea voting to make I himself agreeable to those around him. Burton, who delighted in quizziugBil-1/, made some inqi iries of him relative to a horse, belonging to Mr. Hamblin, which seemed to arouse Billy, and ho thus commenced his reply: '' ; '" Now, Barton. Fll tell you all about that 'orse:! you see, when { first ar?ived,cI said to "Amblin,; ; Tom, 1 wu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

-»*««» -l-«bi.-hvJJeirWo. -Somewhere about here, (writes a goutlionTcors" respondent of tlie New York Knickerbocker,)iiTcs a small farmer, of such social habits that his coming home! intoxicated was once no unusual thing.—- Ills' wife|urged him in vain to sign tlie pledge, i ' " Whyj yon see,"_he would say, "Tfl sign it after a while, but I don't like to break right off at once; it ain't wholesome. The best way always is to get nsed to a thing by degrees„you know J* j " Very well, old man," his helpmate would ref join, " see now if you don't fall into a hole one of these days, while you can't take care of yourself end nobody near to tnk^ you out'' ! ~ ; Sure enough, as if to verify the prophecy, a couple of days after, returning from a glorious frolic, the old fellow reeled into his own' well, and afj ter a deal of useless scrambling, shouted-to the " light of his eyes" to come and help him out. . I •' Didn't 1 tell you. so i" said the good soul, allowing her cap:lyill over th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

I SBUthefn Speck 6ffMsm£^ , ^IH The'spirit of AarohBurrseems'stnito Wrife a^l, the South .in seeking to dissever the "Gnion slid -t&Xmi.'{" tablishn Southern confederacy. ' .3toi"W«jfii%to iiWf'; [ correspondent of tlie Jforth American,\e*TT^^pt)dm*:,; the most direct and midouU^ «Utl^ry^Utat aH^';' gentlemanVrepre'senWd to bccurjya pwirton oflKfe high influence arid character in.'tte^South, *risitod^P"S Mexico invApritlast, incognito, and submitted *8WI^ complete plan for the, orgariUation cf it Soutewn!M*S confederacy, of which tliat city; waft proposed -''JttjLyisthe capital, as a means of inducing'the co-opMiitioit f-$> of Mexico., This project ^,submited to j^,; t|i|W. Mexican cabinet by«Mr.-l*cuii-»,- -the Mmisrtw of *"lr} * Foreign Affeirs, and was urged by him «»rae«fe^,*.v ing which immediately followed, when a dLscutsicti ff4? of;great;interest and excitement occurred^- jflu"fa proposition was dech' ned;,and'tlie; emissary' 8^H«d-f"9^ for California. ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

,,', The Southern Uorifea^acy, N '-¦ lhe Washington Corespondent iof the PAilculct- H phia 'Enqinftt gives"the lollown^: ' •»¦•<-'--.*< >?*i j* '"o In January lost, Om. Lope z vaited npoii (h%.K 'K Sam Umlon, and presented him HitA-mprams, '? dniwt. up by leading Southern, men in this <ii», in t which it. was stated that the South, despairing at 1 Jf^tice, had determined to sever their- conhMitla ' fi with the Union, and establish a Soothcm ooofede- <i racy. TliaV&r the purpose of strengthening the contemplated Confederacy, overtures were to be 'i made to Mexico to. join it; and to ihchpe h^c to'do S so, every effort was to be made to induce her trod' - ,; tier provinces to revolt by the means 6f^"Buffido hunts? and secret emissaries;. and it was; then to j be represented to her that her only safety in guard- • ing against Uiese revolts and tlie dismemberment I of her Renubhc, was to join the Southern" Stafo of ' this countihr and for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

The Pilgrim Mothers, i > C^- I (From the New York Evening Post.) otic blossoms! brought to grace ; f Old Plymouth's rocky glen ; ' | j -¦oud mothers of a noble race ! j Of stem and st-Uwnrt man; I J. . .. imng was the trust with which ye bravefl The dangers of the sea. "• 4- [ <Vnd strong the unseen power that saved Tlie mothers of the free! , !¦ Then swiftlv o'er tho smiling deep The fragile May-flower flew, ¦ VThile stars their solemn watch would keep (In yonder fields of bine—Vol oft your forms, as slight and fair Is any flower of spring, Xere meekly bowed in trusting prayer. To heaven's exalted King: •Id was y onr greeting from the shore Tliat seemed in dreams so fair; lie winter tempest's sullen roar ; Sung ye a welcome there ; i The Indian peered above the hill, j With wonder in his eye, - | The noisy sea-birds answered shrill ! Tbe TempesJ-spiritscry. ' Oh. Pilgrim Mothers ! few the lyres Your praises to prolong; Thmiffh Fame embalms the pilgrim siii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

?•¦" —- -. -—f THE REGISTEE. .[ t;nLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY James "W. Chapman.j IvancT laymetit in Cash per year ; $1 BO _,d , ithin ihe year, I 2 00 friet >:^he end of the year, j 2. BO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

, =SoC""«nili"St«te Nominatlom. •saji . FOB CANAL COMMISSIONKB, ^JnSBXSA DTJNGAN, of Bucka county. ~^j , ' :^ qaauditor general, jBBKBX ^: BNTDER; of Union county. f 12|^aWr ^w.FJOR18URTETQa GENERAL, - ^WOgBPH HENDERSON, of Washington. ii«L .-WWf CoMnty Nominations. agf-io j'.jf-. - assembly, ^ 'JtTBON M. MOTT, of Bridgcwater. tjJpWV:'.-»¦: COMMISSIONER, thK, ^mALSTJMMERS, of NewMilfori Ssit- :~i - PROSECCT1SO ATTORNEY, . £ HOMER H. FRAZIER, of Montrose. 'ne '"" '"^ COfJNTY SrrRVEYOR, p-1;;,.{; ^BORQE WALKER, of Dimock. aJ *'rf-"" - AUDITOR, kIJ'JOHN.ByBIRCHARD, of Middletown.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

'¦'" Our "Candidates. ' A v . TbJa week we place under our editorial head the ^Ticket^formed by the Whig County Convention, ' £ andpreaeoted to the voters of this county for their ^jatmVag ea at the approaching election. The candi-W dateaare good and honest men and worthy the •E support of every citizen; and we confidently bei, Beve if every voter were to discharge his duty at g the polls as his own sense of right would dictate, J they would be elected by an overwhelming major-I itf. As Whigs they are deservedly popular ; and f as men and citizens, their character stands above 1 reproach. Our neighbor of the Democrat, in notic-> ing the nominations, says," they are all good men." I MYRON M. MOTT, the candidate for Assembly, ' is an honest and intelligent Farmer and Mechanic of Bridge water township. His gentlemanly bearing on sill occasions, has endeared him to all who ¦ . "Si--. - • .. ' knov,him.~ Sincerity is a prominent trait in his character, and plainly marks ever...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

Things at Washington. . We must necessarily be brief in our report of the proceedings at Washington. In the Senate, August 23d, the Fugitive Slave bai was taken up.s Various amendments were, moved and voted downwind finally it passed to be engrossed, by 27 yeas to 12 nays, August 26th -<he hill was again taken up, read a third time, and pass ed without a division. \ ' In the House the Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation biB has been the main topic under consid - etntion. -On Saturday Mi. Hampton made an inef' itotqal attenpt to get:in an amendment ¦ for the inod^ficaion of the Tariff ", ..Tavicosrumors are .afloat at Washington relative to-the raaigMtinn of Mr. McKennan, Secretary iyf the Intel nit Tentne stating that he has resigned, others that be has not. 'Mr. McKennan has gone , Jmbo, and the general impression it, he will not retarn. Difficulties ^between Mr. McKennan and Mr. ;<jWe4ater;relatiTe to the appointment of Attorneys, l(erafaalk,«te^itis thought wil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

' •liiSSLw.^'i-JLj.JkL" "h Mr: Pean eVBEU; for the adjfement of ma <«Bculti««firltbTexa*iwe"be^evo|to bewroife. Not withetindin rjt paa»ed the Senate by; a b indtotne majority^W) arejwne the less-dlssatiifiediWithatB unjust conci ssion to the slave power of the South We would i iot keep from Texas one foot or territory which h mestly belongs to her"; but' ifor that which *he n aver owned, or possessed far a moment, we cannot see the justice in paying her one cent If we are b >und to pay off the debt of Texas, let iis have adi rcctappropropriatinn for "the purpose—nbticOTcrtly assume if by ostensibly paying her for binds fpr wi ich she has not the shadow, of a title All the claii n which Texas ever had to any portion of New Me tico, is contained in an act of her Legislature defining her boundaries, and a treaty with Stfrita Anna while a prisoner, and of course entirely in her pow< r. Neither of them has the least semblance of v ilidity. Previous to the anne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

of K- Fire Company Mectfifc. ;£-" *^t a meeting the¦ *¦ Rough aidReady-Fire 8n> gioje Company," the Committee of arrangements, tF. Fitch, WiUiam H. Jessap,and J. C. Miller, reported the following resolutions, which were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That in the recent "complimentary supper" furnished by the Ladies of Montrose to the Fire Department of this borough, we recognize the true greatness of their character, as well as the perfection of their art, and that the occasion was an Elysium below, in which the "stars grew dim and the moon hid her light" Resolved, That we desire in this public manner to express our sincere thanks to them for their splendid entertainment on Friday last; and while we could wish to make more than a mere verbal acknowledgment, yet we cannot desire a speedy opportunity of returning tbe honor in our own way, but they may rest assured that whenever duty calls they will find us ever Ready to act, though we i may he Rough \a the execution. Re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

-• ; Email Billa. The following are the sections of the act fir the regulation of banks which relate to small bills. Sec. 48. Tliat from and after tbe twenty-first day of August one thousand eight hundrid and fifty, it shall not be lawful for any person or persons, corporations, or body corporate, directly or indirectly, to issue, pay out, pass, exchaogeJput in circulation, transfer, or cause to be issued, pad out, passed, exchanged, circulated, or transferred, any bank note, bill, certificate, or any acknowledgment of indebtedness whatsoever, purporting to be^ bank note, or of the nature, character or nVpparance of a bank note, or calculated fur circulafoh as a bank note issued, or purporting to be issujd, by any incorporated company, or association, hot located in Pennsylvania, of a less denomination Ukn five dollars, every violation of the provisions )f this section, by any corporation, or body corborale, shall subject such corporation or body corporate to the payment of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 29 August 1850

Slavery. Here is the profile of our national actian on the subject now before the people: In 1774, we agreed to import no more tlaves after that year, and never formally repealed that act of agreement In 1770, we declared that" all men are created equal, and endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable- rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." In 1783, we formed tbe " Confederacy, " with no provision for the surrender of fugitive slaves. In 1787, we shut Out slavery from the Northwest Territory forever, by the celebrated proviso of of Mr Jefferson. In 1788, the- constitution was formed, with its ° compromises' and guarantees. In 1808, the importation of slaves was forbidden. But, In 1806, we annexed Louisiana, and slavery along with it - In 1810, we annexed Florida, With more slave- In 1820, we legally established" sla»._ j^jju, territory west of the Mississippi, south of 36 deg. 80 min. In 1845, we annexed Texas, with 325,150 square miles, ...

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