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

¦ Tbe Firemeofs Sjjlppei ^ £ '. Tot the Su^uelianrm,R*Bu)teri BtiAvrtitrffy \ ?'•> The-Court Houie'bejl rang loud and| dear ' To call the red coats far and neai-, ' • ¦'\- Fm sure it was the supper bell, -., ' \ That rose o'er hills, in jvalleys fell The ladies fair liad well prepared, A feast, at "which no pains were spaced, Such biscuits, cake, ice cream and all, Deserves tbe praise of great and small. The Belles soon rang the fire alarm. And then the ready Fireman's arm, I Raised up as if to shield his eyes, > From fames which, upjsvard then didrise. , A single spark had built a fire, Which will consume the highest spire, Tlie Firemans aid was all in vain, Twas " man the brake"—again, again. The able'd Lawyers, young and old; Related deeds of Fireriien bold, Tbe Preacher too—his voice did raise, Aud said, a match would still the blaze. Montrose Aug. 23, 1850.' i Although the poetical license taken in i the above effusion might with propriety be questioned ...

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

V -J**-- •¦ - -i- -* H'•¦->¦ - ¦ -- -.!>•'- NSeeUng of the Agricultural Society^ The^Society met pursuant to adjournment, pie Executive Committee- reported tlie following persons JudgeVand Committees for the ensuing Agricultural iFair th.be heldjn Montrose on .the third Wednesday in September next: ' # . | . Neat Slock. —wXc. Ward, E.G.Babcock, £. J. Curtis. < ,\ \ ¦ i| - ¦! Horse*. —Daniel Searle^iliis Austin. 73. C. War* ner. ! ' \;; • I . £fft«p.i—Wm. Main, Amos>'Tiffany, Elisha Williams. i|.# I , .j N. i SioJnai— AbolOasjsedy, Stephen. Barnum, Rodney Jewfetf. j i -¦ \ - ' Butter, and Cheesi.-rMasoif S. Wilson, Azur Lathmp, S.H.Sayre. ! - ¦[ \. Fowls | and Vegetables.—Wm. J. MulfordVM. S. Catiin, Ljatham Gardner. \ Agrie\tltural Implements and articles oflfechem ical ingenuity.—O. G. Bartlett, Wm. H. Boyd, GerX Frink. j ' . - ¦¦ J^-tw-JLTJides.-—Mra_3TioVJijKMco»»at»o Ahpl Cassedyj Mrs. Geo. Puller. Domestic Manufactures.-—Mrs. John Harrington,...

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

FIREMEN'S NOTICE. There will be a seini-annu4l election of offiwt for tlie Rough & Ready Fire Engine CompJ ny. on Monday. September 2d, to commence it <d o'elecki'rt the Engine'House. ¦' 1 August 19th, 1850. ; P; STEVENS, Se^j. NOTICE. A Meeting of the Board of SchoolDirectots, 11 Br idgewater township, will be heftd ai thj Court-house in Montrose, on Saturdy the 31st daJ of. Agusut, ab 10o'cltfck L M.' All personahaTJ^:; business with the School Directors are requested to attend. M. L. CATLIN, Seer. I Rridgewater, Aug. 21, 1850. - ' | ~~ \ M£KBIEE> ~ "| In Friendsville, August 21-st, 1850, by B. ffliii^ % Esq, Wiujam Giby to Miss Mabt Lvcas, koi \ of Newfield, Tompkins county, N. T. \ 'In Gibson, on the 14th inst,by the Hev.G.H \ Todil, Mr. Jons J. Fkazieb of Montrose, to Ms \ Emblise It. Ttlbe bf Gibson. ' ' | Id Jessnp, on the 22d inst, by HdVTjyrmU \ VWiluam E. Rossell of Jessup^JojJifflia la I Bbown of Forest Lake. Sr I At the same time and place, by...

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

¦ THE KEUISTER r jfr^v\OT5wwSi^BoSo^^~ &J THURSDAY itGBST bs,i850.

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

Tha v£to pa Batiall Note*. Aaiwa frequently hear it asserted by tbe Locofoeos haeabouts that the lawj^-elative to email notes '¦ires a measure far which fije Whigs are equally Nats—Messrs. Acker, Allison, Baker, Baldwin, Bent.Biddle.Bowen.Brower. Burden, Ooroyn, David, Dunean, Espej, >W. Evans, Swing, Flowers, Fostner, G. H. Hart L'Hart, Jones. Kinkead, Leonard, Lewis, Lhtte, McLaughlin, Miller, Nisaley.tj'Neul, Powell, Beid, Rutherford, Sliier, W. Smith, Smyser, Steel, Walker, Williams—S7—«tf Whigs. ;' '^1': —— ' ' I^Theexecutionof Prof. John W. Webster tar the murder |of Dr. Parkman will take place totnornrwat^ien^it jafl in Boston. -He is represented to be; Oala and fully sensible of bit condition. It it belmd tW he baa made another eottfsejion , aekno«M|(inf that tbe murder was premeditated; but it will ojot be published till after his execution. V.»« " lnti» AlliaMi T)l>V«r bUinn . responsibk wim the locos, arid some even asserting ita Whig measure altog...

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

Small Bills. The law prohibiting the passing or1 circulating of bank notes of a less denomination than five dollars, is now in force. We last week noticed the injustice of'the effect'which we supposed it would have.upon tlie business interests of the people of this portion of tbe Commonwealth, as well as the difficulty and perplexity to which it would subject'the poor or laboring c!asscs generally. To tlmt law are attached penalties that may now be enforced against all or any one who shall violate it Most men are ready to observe strict! f all laws. They are also disposed to refrain from doing any act whereby they may subject themselves to penalties for their violation, without enquiring into the right which a Legislative body may have in enacting them .'and attaching penalties thereto fur their violation-1—taking it for granted that they are right, because the Legislature has made them. We are often surpriseea to find upon our etatqte books, laws that are wholly at Variance w...

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

New Miiiord Stove Depot, 18$tk TT BXTRRTr has just received a new assortment H of Stoves, inchiding me most apprpyeAto^ of Atr-tiirht and common cooking, pj^r.and iffim bL.1Tussia and conunoniPipc, SheetW*nd .a^e^beTfcfa.te *S*V^-2t*5 Tcast, purchasers and the public-»-inv,ted,|and which will be sold at very low prices for cash or approved credit I September, 1850- [__ gasqaehamra County aa. In Common Pleas, N*. Vtt, August Term, 1849. Jams Dears ) ,. i ., vs ¦ > It is ngreed tliat thnMmjl Jonathan E.CBBBOB1U. ) is settled. The defend ¦ ' ant confessesjjJudgtfient for all the legal costs/and admits having sppken I tbe words charged, but that he did so under excited feelings, and that whatever he has said ngainstj the Plaintiff of any time or on any occasion,,M jsaiu Iwithout reflection, without cause, and withqutmriy foundation hnruth. and regrets the same, and m iuatice to tie said Plaintiff he now makes this.statement . J. E. CHURCHILL. BENJ. S. BENTLEY, Atfy. for Fl'ff...

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

I DISSOLUTION. We have this day disposed of our interest ini the •tore at Montrose to D\ R. Lathrop & Co. w tiojwill continue the business'in the same manner as it! has hitherto been carried on. Those having unsettled accounts with as Swill please call and settle without delay. j • Montrose, AW."! 9, 1850. A. LATHROP . J.B. SALISBURY. Administrators Notice. NOTICE is hereby given .that letters of administration of the estate of Daniel Homer, of Herrick township, deceased, have been duly grant- v. ed to the subscribers, and all persons having claims or demands Against said estate are requested to make known tbe same to us without delay. GEORGE GLEDHILL. I . . , . . ABRAHAM BURDIOK. J Aamre- " Herrick, Ang.$l, 1850. Fonnd, "VJ"EARthe Baptist Church in thb village, severlv al weeks since,,two.jLog Chains; the owner can have them by proving property, and paying charges. A. L. POSy. Montrose, Aug. 21, 1850. Clerk Wanted. AN active and intelligent young man of about sixtee...

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

New Store & New Croods- \ ., LYONS ^tCHUNDLm Montrose, July 2*, 1960. . - • "CV)R SALE, a two horse Lumber Wagon, near-\l°?7- GEO.FPJLLERi J

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

h. Stigqiiehanna Academyy « =u . BtoatroaA.Eeim'^. THE Trustees of ,the;;Susau*an^taademy respectfully infonri the public that thelarge and very commodious baildihg, constructed fofthe purpose- ii now finished, and will be opened- for; instruction on Tuesdayi the, 10th day oflSeptcmbcr. They would hereby" drawithe attention /ofthe friends and patrons of a libetal, a sound,'and a thorough education to bur Institution.^ It is located at Montrose, the county seat of Susquehanna county, PennX a .place noted for the salubrity of its climate, the beautv of its locatkirj, and the healthful tone of its morals.- It-is eihmted 14 rriiles from lhe village/ of' Great Bend ouitho Susquehanna Rivor; where" Is located an important Depot of the New York <i. Erie Railroad Cinipany: at which two passenger trains,frx«n,the East. andj.West,"stop daily, and from which to Montrose are two daily stages It is also' on the direct; route of communication South and North; thus rendering it easy...

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

Plows! Plows!« ijGrreat Reduciiott in Prices for Cash. ,We jwill after, this date sell plows at the following price* These prices will be strictly adhered ti*. ----- . - S. •-(• -' Owh. "¦ Credit Mott'sBide-hill ' »6,00 fV.OO Idon 4,00 6,00 Wayne Go. .-; v, < T-, 4,00 ., r . ,. 5,00 Blatchley's Corn '"" «,80 - " J 4,00 ' !;* NaL. 5,00 -'• 6,00 - i" 2 SfiO ;'' .6,50 _ '•¦ 3 - . #,00 - -I.ZS Points of various kjnds . ; -40.-.,,.. 50 Womake this discrimination in prices well «atlSfied that it will be for the interest of all amcern-:?T« ^y "^T"" JOSEPH FULLER * fib. >-(Montrose,;July 25,1850. .;'.;- SO ^T^^oS^^ , f °fr ^?U ''A ' ' ¦ - ¦ ' LYON* & BONJ ^^.^ftira-rAgeneral assortmed^kert m eonsUoU y on hW, and wWeb T ;aa now eeUing at rmUcmariea,, .. '. iMi. i*Af - '.. -QB6; ntiaaau

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

^ ALBANY & BUFFALO,t „ Neva' York andr ErievCayaga and Businuhanna Rail Rchdiim&JM ' &fc&Wiat [ THE* subscribers are now prepared to receive Freight of all kinds at the, following poins, viz: Buffalo, Attica, BRtavia,jBcrgen, Rochester,Canandaigua, Geneva, Dresden, Ovid, Lodi, Duridee Landing, Jefferson. Havana, Milport,. Horselteads, Corning; Elraira, Factory vjlle, Spring Port,Rendt dor's Ferry, Aurora, Ithaca. Candor, Owego, tJiiion, Binghamton, Great Bend, Laneshpro", Deposit.and Hancock, every day in the; week, (Sundays excepted,) and continue with regularity throughout ( Uie season. They will attend jto forwarding the same to the New York Market; where it will receive the personal attention of experienced salesmen, who will-attend to the selling of the same, and return tbe proceeds, in Bankable fundsat either of the above point*, to the fallowing persons; \ ' Buffalo, Storehouse of Henry Daw: Attica, Storehouse of Henry Sy ford; Batavia, (St...

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

New Spring Goodi. H BtTRRITT has just received and is opening a full and general assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, including a large ana superior stock of Ladies Dress Goods, Shaicls, BcnOuts , Boots. Shoes, Stoves and other Fancy and Sfmj/r Goodi adapted to the general and universal wants of the community, and which he.will sell m heretofore on the most reasonable terms for Cash* or approved credit ' | H. B. would avail himself of this opportunitir to present his acknowledgments to his friendsjanffthe public "for the very liberal patronage heretofore extended to his estaUishment, and.to assure them that he is resolved to merit a'contitfunnce of it and that his goods of all kinds will be"sold at; prices that shall not be beat. New Milford, May 7 1850? N. B. Flour and Salt kept constanllv on hand.

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

A Few days Later! Hiyhly Important and Interesting News !—New Gold Mine disrox-ercd near home!! ' J. Lyons & Son ARE now receiving a large and fashionable assortment of Summer Goods which they will sell for ready pay at verv low prices. Just drop in, Ladies and Gentlemen, and examine our stock 'Twill cost nothing to see and but little to 'buy just what you want You will find us for a few days longer at the old stand, where we will be happy to wait upon all who will favor us with a call, and where we are determined to trade " some" yet, but after a week or two look for us a little further up-town. N. B. All kinds of " ready pay," even small bills taken at par. Montrose, Mav 16, 1850. -

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

Daily Transportation Line. N. V. CARPENTER , Rail Road Freight Line bettcnen Great Bend and A«o York. EVERY day in the week, Sunday excepted, for 1800. Captain; James IKickuam. .N. V. Carpenter will commence to receive and forward Freight from Great Bend, on the first mst- and continue to receive and forward produce daily to Capt. J. WickJiam throughout the season.. Cpnt. IKt'ci-Aoni will remain in New York, to receive-Freight forwards to him, and from the long experience in tbe business, they flatter themselves that all times they can command the highest market prices. The'returns will be paid by N. V. Carpenter at Great Bend. May 1, 1860. N. V. CARPENTER. Last Call. I WISH to say to those who are indebted to the subscriber, that immediate payment must be raa,<Je' - J- B. SALISBURY. Montrose". Julv 17, 1850. BROAD-CLOTHS, Kerseymeres, Tweeds, Kentuck Jeans, Sattiuets, French Cassimer'es and Summerjtuflfc just in. LYONS, d: SON. 4 NEW lot of ^room/Rakes, Hoes^ Scythes X...

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

Dr. illaffilty's Celebrated Family MEDICINES—Aliead of all others, andunani iHotoly approved 1—The Productions of a JiceneedSvrgeon and Physician of 20 years prac tical experience. RsTrsitT.T's Balm op .Gixead.—Among all the remedies before the public, this stands pre-eminent in the early stages of Consumption, Bronchitis, Cdtarrah, Coughs.Hoarsncss, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, and'for all affections of the pulmonary o rgans.oecasjoned by-coldj Too much praise cannot be b^stowedupon this remedy, and the proprietor urges any one affected with any of the above complaints, to secure it at once. «. Rafterty's Family Prxus.—The best Familv Physic now in the Country for sick head ache, costircHess, cleansing the stomach of bile, purifviog the blood, carrying off diseased, humors and restoring health. . ~ , . R«T£aTY'a Female Mosthlt Pills.—Fof removing female obstructions peculiar to the sex, arrisin^ from cold or general weakness of the system. Also-for females of costive habits of body...

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

tar* . CARD .jgy if«w casli and barter Store. THE subscriber has opened a new Store at Great Bend, Pa, nearly opposite the Mansion House, where he is now receiving a large and entire new stock of Goods, which he offers for sale on the principle of Small Profits—Quick Rettrns^—One Puice oxlt. . His stock embraces an extensive assortment of Drv Goods, Groceries Crockery, Hardware, Boots and- Shoes, Hats and Caps, and Ready-made Clothing, which have been purchased in New York at tbe lowest cash prices; and he respectfully invites tbs people of Susquehanna-county and vicinity to calli and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. His experience in the business enables him so purchase at the best advantage ; and having made an arrangement with an agent in New York, he will be constantly receiving additional supplies of well selected Goods. Provisions—Flour,'Pork ri Fish, wholesale <b retail A very extensive stock will be kept constantly r.u hand at the lowest price<=...

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

The Assam Tea Company, 1.36 Geeexwich Stbeet, New-Yobx. THE proprietors beg leave to call the attention of connoisseurs in Tea,-and the heads of families to tbe choice and rare selection of Teas imported by them, and hitherto unknoworin this country. Which, by their fragrance and delicacy, combined with virgin purity and strength, produce an infusion of surpassing richness and flavor. Tlie Teas offered, are the following: The Jeddo Bloom, a Black Tea, at "$1 00 per lb. . Niphon, do. " 0 75 •' Diari ;do. ' « 0 SO Osacca, a Green Tea, 1 00 Too-tsiaa. do. " 0 75 Ticki-tsiaa, do. ', o 50 ; Ud-fi Mixture, a compound of the most rare and choice teas gro*n on the fertile arid genial soil of Assam, l rjO With a view to encourage the introduction of these matchless Teas, it |is tie intention, of the proprietors to distribute % lot, among the purchasers a qeantity of Teas equal to The frst year's Profits on the Sales effected. Eich purcliaser will rejeeive enclosed in tho package, a numbe...

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

MONTSOSE BUSINESS DIRECTOR C. BALDWljt, Carrie^$*the Baking""and Candy busrnessjtn.alljts various branches, one door west of-WasoriV'Store; Turnpike Street Moutroee, Pa. ¦ \&ll kinds of iCuat, for Wedding* or Parties,fkept'couslantly on hand, or, made to ¦ ]-orderbn the shortest notice." -,'-•-" \ .. ;;;>;;; 1ft IfEWTOIir-^AttoroeylatLaw; Office.on Turnpike -stredt, one.Joor East of Bi t,0ase's ¦ -Office,- Moritrosja, Pa. ,;! .-¦ *\\ ,..',-,..-."-"..;./.,'.A--i,;.-.j *.'\ll^.-iDIOT«J«3K—Attorney-** Lmt^-ufSat removed tdFr^nt Room of his residence, two doors least of his former lorjation, in TuHipike street, tliird building from corner of' . Public Avenue, and nearly opposite Ml S. Wilson's «tore. -"June,'!184&.- ;-+-•-••¦*: =(-i = ,- ; . . •.,-.-.,=¦•,»-* .-.; nARH,4. O'BttlEX—House and Si«. PaiMir, Paper]hanyer> Glower, ffmiiurdi Decorator Shop over J.T.Birchards carpenter shop , a, fey rods eas» of WarqerfHofeL "'-V''--"-' JT. LYOSSikSOX•i-Dca...

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

jRESOLUTIOir iv Relative to aji iniendtnentiofthe^nstjtULiori. Resolved byjth&Senale and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania:in General Assembly met, That the Coostifotiria'of this Commonwealth be amended in the second section of the fiftli article, so that it shall readasi follows: The" Judges of the. Supreme 0burt,.i;of; sfhe several Courts! of Common Pleas, and of suchother Courts of Becrirdas are prshaUbeestablishedfby law, shall be eflectedby the quaUfied electoravof the Commonwealth, in the manner following, Ito wit: The Judges of the Supreme' Court, -by, the qualified electors of the Commonwealth at large • the President Judges of the several Courts of Common Pleas, and of such other Courts.of Record as are or shall beieatablished by law, and all otjier Judges required to be learned in the law^.bytthei qualified electors.of tbe respective districts overi which .they are to preside or act as Judges; and' the Associate Judges of the Courts ot ...

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