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

7b Bdiry4iten- and fatmtn. I " Valuable Property^fi»dfta».^-.-l THE following Real -^¦''^— ¦ -^ '-nSf^'f %. ¦ •¦-«>-.-'j-;-!:l:-J ff-n'td'il TiTirlftliilir' Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, wrjtth»riosia« atgreat.bargain.to anyone, whomsy cheoaa,'BMB^ chase. , The real "estate^ cbfi'sists"oraevoWsWafcad i" acres, five hundred hf whiclj are under taEaWl merit, and on which are frnf riirrlling hni>fia sjapq seven barns. The farm is well desiBned lor a"ikiJ ry, and is capable of feedmgone hundred. Cowa do-j ring summer and winter, and eveir part Of«ireOt watered withsprings and streams." »e: faUMtsia.f arid land are m gtiod condition,'arid:oo"il»ejra«54-ses are about five miles of good Stone-Walt aadf the other fences are also good, and on the praoaWj land are large quantities "of Chestnut Timber, iruehf 'will supply the farm for, many yeari tocomi ^-IMf which will also be valuable for buildaig 1 *• Baftf road which is soon to be budtup Marwa'C^ak^- .^ Said farin has...

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

JI&!0toviBrr-s3!inleforSe,ffine. i- . *&b4kt£diUir of ike Ohioi'VultivatSr.—, l^e'feTSSt eopsideratjonof the farmer should W^nJe^^/aiftl increase the strength aud l^jli^^oujafirJ, 'Ifthisfe properly atterjtW to:it>*ilir»iuilHutea,der^ teiraa^r3r-draw without danger of having J^fttffj {protested. But this grand object ||fi|j|^}jit' O^by a "great portioii^of onH far-Mei*;«ig,4So n!wqueritly each snce^edingcroj) WBMiijn>m the Jand leaves it worthless to tbe m||rf%UP.tlio certainty, of yielding a more ^^('reiurrifo tbe tiller. - 58ja^jwjWciiJfo*tjoii of grain is theprin-<i^*l^t< >f thetarmer, without ,& corresjJoadttg/SrDOunt of stock being kept, to proa|t||.mannt^ sufficient to keep up the soil, it tpioJrieS ^irid^speusabl y necessary to clover 1w^V/,j,n4 turn down a heavy coat of vegetabieTimaUer. As a fertilizer, no crop is bette^Sdapted to a variety of soils than clover ^d/r^rnoUiy.!' Land not intended for the ^»^fof:a...

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

if i-Decay of Peach Trees. I -Ar single fact, and one worthy of being re-^sjorded was mentioned a few days since, by j'MrViAleiander Duke of Albemarle. He sta-?tgdJJBai while on a visit to his neighbor, his jgopntion was called to a large orchard, every ^treejin which had baen totally destroyed by *tbe ravages of the worm with the exception '!<& An**"&i»d these three were probably the rJnp^t thrifty and flourishing peach trees he lfvy«rsaw, -il-Wheniiis tree* were about a year old, he %ad'se!ected three of them, and driven a tenh?etor nail through the body, as near the gjgroniiaspossible: while the balance of the "iorehard-had gradually (ailed, and finally -yielded-to the ravages of the worms, these ^Ie*tte»5elected at random treated preciselyt^tlfesame manner, with the exception of c/ftin"iu|aig, $ad always been vigorous and tiJiealtlry, furnwhrog him at that period with >1he greatest profusion of the most luscious iJfruit;': It islstipposed tl...

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

New Firm! THE subscKbers have commenced business under tlie firm of S. H. Snyre it Co., and are now opening a new assortment of Goods, consisting o almost every article called for. We intend spiling mostly for readj pay, short credit will be given to those (tliat may wish) that have been prompt in meeting their payments. Gppds wi/f be sold as low as,at any other store in the county—by good attention, and low prices, we hope to get our share of patronage.' P. S. In addition to the above, we have in connection a Tin and Sheet Iron establishment, where will be kept a general assortment of Stoves, Tin Ware, Sheet Iron, Castings, Hollow,. Wares <fca—All erders in this linc.will be attended to imniincdiatcly. Merchants that wish to buy, to sell, will be supplied with Tin Ware, Strive Pipe, and Stoves, on liberal terms. „ S. H. SAYRE <£ Co. Bonnets.—Spring styles, for 1850. A great variety of all kinds and' qualities, for sale cheap at ' " S. H. SAYRE A Co. Hats and C'&...

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

IfewfArrival. ' THE subscriber has inst received a new supply of Books, embraiafyl$School Books of almost every variety—an^lssortSnent of Miscellaneous, do. — Writing Paper,by the ream or smaller quantity, Wrajrpintj/Sn.; iMter and Note Paper; I'uur.j Stsiiionaty ; Wall nn<l Curtain paper. Packet, Clufp mill Family Biblr* - large quantify and a good variety. Ready 3Jade Clothing; a large assortment, em bracing a great variety of Coats, Pants, Vests end shirts. Huts and Caps; a general assortment of fashionable Fur. Silk, Leghorn, Palm-Leaf, «tc. Ac. Boots and Shoes: a good assortment of Mens' and Boy*', both fine and coarse ; Ladies' and Misses do.; Children's do.: also, n variety of Fancy articles too numerous to mention. School Book-, and paper will be sold to those who buy to sell again, at a very small advance on tbe citv wholesale prices. Sabbath Schools will be furnished during the Spring and Summer with books, on short notice. Montrose, Apr. 17,1850. GEO. FULLFR.

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

Snmuter Hats. XXTASHBURN A- BROTHER have jnst re-1^" ceived a large and splendid assortnifnt of SumilterHais, consisting of Panama, Leg Horn, Tiiscftn/Sbina, Pearl, Peddle Brade, Englisll, Can ada and RuMimd Straw, Palm Leaf and other kinds of Summer Hat^for Gents, Boys and Youths.— ALsa.Hungariau, California and various other kinds of £ur and Wool Sporting Hats, which will be sold jlower for cash tniuiHhey can be bought in any othej-establishment thissidcsof New York. Just call and ezohiine the goodsano^prices, and if yon are in want of a Hat or a Cap^you will'notgo away without one. "n ^ Nj. B. Hats and Caps made to order, at-the shortest notice, X ^^ Binghamton, Mav 1, 18o0. >J ~ Bfenr Goods: A LARGE and splendid stock ql Reasonable Goodi just received and will ibe lold for a small advance at , LATHROP A SALISBURY'S. May 28,1850. A GOOD assortment ot /WflJOfSR,. ,. lor sale cheap at the store of L.la-ia»{8»8g-. Now is the time to buy. j Great Bend, June 3,1850. Stn...

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

fyshionabfe. Clothing \ Emporium f •. wuoLSSALri * afirani, S3 Courtlttiidt-M New York, • (» few] doorslbelow the" "Western. Hotel.) THIS' HOUSE, by reason of its Great popularity and extensive Reputation, boi.hj for has Superior Qualities! and Cheapness of its Goods, has eceutly bein extendirig- its business, nntil H now presents :nrj assortment at once unrivalled by any m the city J One1 of!the Firm, being mri of the Pioneers In! the Clothing Business, devote! all his time to purchasing Goods for the Establ\slanent, Which, Iris i long- Experience, acknowledged skill; and with-the aid of abundant capitalilieis enabled to do with the rnqst predominant success. Another' of the Firm Superintends, in jpefsou, their ext'aisive Manufacturinc Deoartmentt and BOOTH & FOSTER { tATE J.JC;. -BOOTH 4 CO, I tlie Stock thus priiduted, and with a view to Neatness, Elegance antf Uitlitj, and amounting to nearly £100,000 in value, comprises an assortment now unequalled, awHheyj defy a...

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

New Goods. JUST RECEIVED, AT POST'S—the Secoiid Stock,of Good*, this Spring—consisting' of a Splendid Lot of Bonnet Ribbons, new styles Lawns Borages, Gln.ssa Silks, changeable, Poulards and Italian, do, Plfiin and Figured—White Crape, and Barage Shawls; Black, Colored Thibet and DeLaine dp. ; Turk Satin Parasols ; Silvered Fans, Flowers, Wreaths, Bonnets Enameled Shoos and Boots. Kid arid Silk Gloves, Fashionable Buttons and Dress Trimingij, Purse Twist, Silver and Steel Beads, Worsteds, Silk, Organdies, Barnge DeLaines, Dotted and Plain Swiss M-oslins, Edgings from 2 cents to 1C| shillings per yard. • Some fine Perfumery, German Cologne, Colcord's Lustrale, A<^, Large Lot of Hosiery, Carpet Bags, Cuffs and Collars, Linen Ginghams, (flute Moreen, Nankins some Beaujtiful Barathea Yestings, Seamless Bags, Cloths, French Curtain Lawn, IITnte Bed Spreads, Linen table Cloths,- Cotton do.. Doylies, Napkins, Table Covers; in fact our Stock of Dry Goods, Staple and? Fancy, cannot ...

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

Wool 4J:tr<liug and Clothdressing. THE ubscriber having. purchased tho Wool Carding and Clothdressing establishment, situated in Jessup Township, on, the Wyalnsing Creek, about six mites from Montrose, Intelv occupied by. Smith d> 7\ jfany, takes this method "to inform the public that the works liaving undergone a thorough reparing throughout, the Machinery is being fitted np with new Cards Ac, and he pledges himself that no pains shall be spared to give entire satisfaction to all those who, may; favor him with their custom. Glothdress'ing done np with despatch. Steam finishing, done up in tlie best style and on the most reasonable terms. Also a good assortment of Woolen Cloths of best quality—Flannels and" Woolen shawls kept constantly on hand, which wiW be exchanged at air rates for wool or produce. All- work entrusted to his care shall be done upon the shortest notice and warranted right or no Pay ! - Those bringing loads of Wool from a distance, fean have iticard...

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

XDSssolntioii. THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between Summers, Haydetid- Brother, in theMercansgnt 'ITiu lliioli'arlly livcfe§S)lSSliL'Ilntual con" -hands of-T.,A- H. Haydenlbrvsettlement~0~ * -the DAXID SlJ M3in.no, . TRACY HAYDEN, HENRYXHAYDEN. New Milford, April IT, 1850. , \ N T>' \\7"E *alj0 ""'s method to inform • J3» vv the public.that we are\now receiving from New York njfresh lot of >Spr»i!<7>nd Summer Goods* which we mil sell for ready bayor approved credit, as'low and a little /oir«r than can be bought in the town or county: " Do you hear that now t If you don't believe it, call and examine for yourselves. T, A H. HAYDSN. New Milford, May 10,1850. 20-r3ra Partnership Ifotice. 'T^HE undersigned liavo this day entered into a JL Cov-partnerslup under the name and. Firm of Washburn A Brother, for tho purpose of carrying on the ¦ " HAT^CAP, AND FUR BUSINESS, ikall its various branches—^wholesale and retail—ot the old s ^ tand of Washburn...

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

IN M^ACtt'.BOT^FIjV^On TatU^ec^vl a koj*- Threi Dmo o day—Onu bonis containing O-t doars luU Tweatr^Iae Days. .. . . -_..,.. ,; -. Price$\Mj*r ,hoUle,orSixBettla/ora5.fl0,1, ,' J.. SMfWS h mam put op in QUART BOTTIjES, ond-i* of the ¦ Bine medical tlrtnglh mJqRokv u jlnt fn tie tmatl icttlit. Tbe yreol mpertoritvht Tills PirairieiL/iver Sirmcaulla Hoo3 Jram'Uw, iSiot^g^KS^iRsT^KcKSS^^SS^siy posseuea, aa portions at it* medication, tlie Pure EsfEscr. of Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, - Clicrry and Sassafras Barks * . more itrringtg, more paiserfuUv eoacmlraUd, and tdrgtr qznnli. tia attach of uiese purificr$ in.mehb6tllirt]tit than em be found" En any bottle of medicine, called Ertratt nf-SastapariUai. Bui, SKconni.v—becauje Tbb Purifier.obo jm»ok> the medical tfflcacu and healing virtues qf meral other Roots, Barks, nhd'Vegctablca, ' die PifRtrvme pnperlta of wbicb are greatly sL-rrmott to SartapariUa, andjEyben. CA««ff-arc,compounded .with Sarsapa. rilifi. Ydlaio X>aclr...

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

^^^m^B^ B^mM^B'^^^ ¦sdag^wasss^SS ^^SSSE^Sia^ite looks bad yKchS^V^^i^w-m rnwialnjeriljjjiehadnereimiilwl^SXil* 1' .- J*i"h •elf or of mf Wheh>m nwKm?rffSte tent'of*»'i>ifufin all4ir*aU^.^^^^\fe andtra, men! He apphed to one Reel cisrST, r'S. W':&llow uf*ctarins.':hl»Ntnutun:,RiaUn? the.lan»K~ ? ,nmMmake, as an Jndoeemerit to emSark In lhe C„? w°uM men H»tc beerl tnaujdng anij libclIinffrrrfln3\'J[^M,! forme,bu»t«tt;U> impress the public wiihtheKeR5f",bl« lhe Old Hector's SariaparilUtyali not the KrtiT? [i*< SarsaporW, made trom the Ql& D^t^OH^Z^ pi*. ThiseyPi Townaendsaya 1 have sold u» ££ J^°" wnw*rs)7p* >ire«k:,. t.wjl!;p.« him MW if L wil?^ ;duce.'trM'.ii§e]»tiU,Tr-proof,of this. Hla atifemte 1 Thompson, Skniman * Co „»re noddnr- hot a vSmZ ^ ;fin>*r^#^,^te,-».d^ the truth doknin regard to ha*ourin^jerm3isino'7S gc^. ',-ThferU-loicauH&^ Ofd1lr.'aAWlB*oanwnd>^renrnrilla;^iS Ol4.R()CtprSiJkroee., hin/atnS...

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

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

'. '"¦;'' ¦ J -' <-¦ ' ' - _. • _ ' A A.'ftty~ii6*<asA:r ~' .h'< JsS&CAmKRiLL . IS nor? receiving Lib FsW and iriirter supply ¦ Goods {etnhrat ing nearly every thing Ranted in this market',)'whkli -witf he gold extremely L0 W fin tosh or. ready pay. My assortment' may be classed in parteslollows: *- "r ' "i-- V ' Drags; MeJictnei, [chemicals. Paints. OiU, Dye Stuffy Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardwarev, Stone (Tare,Glass vara, tjlocks, Watches, Jewelry, Silver Spoons; Spocticles, musical Instruments, Liquors; Perfumery, Mirrdra,Stutiuuerj-,Brushes, Shoes, Yankee Notions, it;. ic. ,.-¦¦-• 1'hinbfa/ for the libera* patronage and substantial encouragetnent hitherto received, I hope to Ateritund receive a coiitinuanee-of the same. i:' . . - -A few oil .the an ides kept Tor sale are named below: - : Grocgriei: A g?bd variety of Sugars, fijie flavored Teas; good and cheap Molasses, coffee, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, JSaleratui Raisins, Rice, Mackerel, Codfish, Za...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

THEEEGISTEm PUBLISHED EVERY THURSpAY BY Jame* W. Chapman. Advance payment in Cash per year j *t 50 If paid within the year, i ,2 00 If not at the end of the year, .' 2 60

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

The Heart's Uhatitji BY EUZA COOS. | A rich man walked abroad one day, j And a poor man walked the selfsameoway, ¦ When a" pale and starving face came'by With a palid lip and a hopeless eye, - ¦ And that starving face presumed to stand, • • And ask for bread front the rich^inairs hand; ' 8ct the rich man sullenly looked askance, With a gathering frown and a doubtful glance—" I have nothing," said he," to give to you. Nor any such rogue of a canting crew: Get work, get work 1VI know full well The whining lies that beggars can tcil." And be fastened his pocket and ou be went, With liia soul untouched and his conscience content Sow this great owner of golden store • r Bad built a church not long before, As noble a fame as man could raise. And the world had given him thanks and praise; And all who beheld it lavished fame 0a his Christian gift and godly name. The poor man passed, and the white lips dared To *-k of him if a mite could be spared ; The poor man gazed on the beggar's...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

OIFTLAW OFTHE SACRAMENTO Pbospb«o-7—Fair encounrer '" Of.two of.the most rare affections.—Tempctt "Would that the California character were, as lofty as the California mountains!". exclaimed I, extending myself almost Ibreathless upon the loftiest summit of the chain which edges tie Sacramento Wky.~;- - | ~ • i " Hot so," retained unfriend quietly;" it would jbo too hard to climb. I 1 ; Harrv" South was on* of those men who reveal pr»ly toUieir intimate triends a marked peculiarity (of character. There afc many -such; all. indeed, tnay bje really so, for every man convinces those Who know hini best that he possesses a true and full individuahty; but, more than any other of my ^quairjtnnce, mV friend managed to niask aidreatny poetical imagination and a glowmg beat't under the appearance of a mere fashionable rind highkpirited man of the world. His wealth and connections in society of course secured him the: posi tion of •« gentleman. Nobody suspected him of : being a poet; y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

; A Yankee trade. " I kalkil'ate I could'nt drive a trade with you today 1" said a trtia specimen of a Yankee pedlar, as he stood at ;thi;: door of a merchant of St Louis. "I calculate you calculate about right, for you cannot," was tl ib sneering reply. « " Wal,.I gueijs you need'nt get huffy about it.— Now, here's a dozen jenuihe razor strops, '-.worth two dollars and a half, you may have 'em for two dollars." " I tell youjl;don't wan't any of your trash, so you had better be going." " Wal now] Iideelare 1 III bet you five dollars if you make iiei an offer for them ere strops, we'll have a trade yet "Done," replied the merchant, placing the money in the bands of a bystander. The Yankeje deposited the like sum—when the. merchant offejred him a picaynue for the strops. "They're ynur'rt," said the Ynnkee, as he quietly fobbed the j stakes. "But," he added with great apparent honesty," I calculate a joke'* a joke, and if you don't <s|aot these strops Til trade back. The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

Anecdote of Gen, Pntiiaft. 1 Among tlie worthies who figured during the.era' of the American resolution,, perhaps iherd iSraa none possesstng more originality of character] than Gen. Putnam—who was eccentric andifearl^Bi—blunt in his taahr.era—the faring soldier^without the polish of th» gentleman. He; might: wSl be called the Marion of the North, though he disliked disguise, probably from the fact of His lisping, .which *as very apt to overthiow any trickery, he might have in view. * ' i i; At the time a stronghold called horseneek, some miles-above New York, was in possesion of;the British, Putnam with ir few sturdy patriots, jwits lurking in its vicinity bent on driving them from the place. : ' -" | , ___. ,,\[ ;. .' Tired bf lying in amtdlh the me^ became im patient, and importuned the General with questions as to-when they, were goio£ to ha^e a bout i^ith the foe.;—One morning he mada a speech something to the following effect, which convinced them something was in the" w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

Adventare with a Snake tj As I was examining the spoor of the game py the fountain;! suddenly detected an enormous old rock snake"stealing in beneath a mass of rock -beside me. He,was truly ah enormous snake; and having never before dealt with this species of .game, I did not exactly know how to set about capturing him. Being very anxious to preserve his skin entire.imd not- wishing to have recourse to mjr, rifle, I cut a stout and tough stick about eight feet long, and having lightened myself of my shooting belt] I commenced the attack. Seizing him by the tail; I tried, to get him out of place of refuge; but I hauled in-vain: he only "drew bis large folds firmer together ; I could no/t move him. At length I' got la rheim around one of his folds, about th¦< middle of his body-nnd Kleiiib-ir and I commenced hauliiig away in good earnest. H The snake finding the ground W hot for biic, relaxed his coils, and suddenly bringing round his head to the front, he sprang out like...

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