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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

/, -pcipitjoas.; f.,,;.„; / . The following excellent remarks from the W«- verly. Magazine, are so strongly characterized with good sense and. practicalevery-day applications, wc have at once^set them down as sound doctrine: .There is a most radical error pervading society at present in regard to plain, honest, hardy industry,' A greater or morW, foolish mistake never:associated itself with tbexpopular prejudices, than .that it is his avocation that gives character and dignity to the man. For our pan, we should be sadly puzzled to discover the distinction between any twoof the varied occupations which employ the industry of man, that would raise the operative in the one case above.. the one in the. other. One occupation is precisely as creditable in itself, and as commendable to its industrious pursuer a* another, provided it be honorable and in perfect harmony with the! laws of God and man. It is the man that ennobles the occupation, not the occupation that dignifies the man....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

tf^t^slp^i^ |i Thm was once a poor and pbua littl* girl dw.Hjhg,' m,a Uttleroofi. m Stockholm, the capital of Swedeal fc^ wsa a poc* btUe girl ir«W ^ waaJwdyandBe*^ t«ry msSappy, de^Mv«4 cX, t)^ so necessary to ac^ld, if ^th^nc4jbeeW a-iai fuliar gift., The li^tla (wl had a:tMhphfes, and in h^ hxieliness , in \w0^^Mf^mH^mjevoi ^arse lf by singing. In fact, she sung to all she M^M'*™*r fS^^*f0^* ' ^J^^f' ter^B^^ggM^fe^ll gvlsrfao lsmdaMs1ns«.t4a»«h|B Issr sohtnde but mmmm^^mm^m^M har«at and tasja^ Oa«ssba sat >r/ tb« open tn-^m^M^j^^^m caused by., L8ae Dsavd the vesee, and looked np i^«w thelitUe-!«<*. She asked the child «veral questions, wtBt>way, and came back several #V*^.J^^««^^^«^,^ lautte was Crelios. jHa tried tte little gtrl's musical ear and voice, and wssJi^ooished. He ^ took ber.to^ directorjbf the £ojral Opera jot Stockholm; theaVttunt^I^icksv Whose", truly generous and kind heart .#m concealed by rougli speech. »ud a morWd temper... Crelios in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

' Scolding—Ail Anecdote.: ; f« will not say that any trio hav« the scolding ansity ore absolutely mcurable, but we Jmew " "»«ry obstinate cases. We also knowi spme! «»»who have such.a happy mental iorgamsa-' "aat they nevermdulgela petuUnt spirS. An •fae will iUustrate thesecajes.,,- -•, " • ¦ , . •o thriving farmers,% and B lived iiearffleighr' «.whose wives were patterns of energy,ioduV K-auty, neatness,«te.^Each^hadieen imir.; ««at fifteen years, and the wife of A proved \ a termagant, while that of B had not spoken ;*••« since her jnarria«. - These men were' >n_'W midst, dranf mteresting converafttSonT Y™ «mner,horn from the'house of Mr: Aw«: '«.,and be said toB,-*- I-mustW af^esie#4-'«ri j ] .; ' ' ' ¦ ^'»agiveffle-.«nea>»-lecture. ".."I really • r^edn,«that*ibwild:liearaiywifeswiid ETI ,\for fiye.mmule%jnit,to- sec bow it 7 ^fot "to ha« numr' numd* -crooked 3 «oce«w ttarrisge;-. .'"^^aH&Mjnif « k»d of crooked ^^i^ij^^mt, jimtyoa,^ nothing im^^jV#i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

fWttrtav Evejiliie Thongltfs. i "M ''''''WmeSuMuehanWBesiiter. '"":;., fj ¦ »LsTHAi»»<a«a,-.<: •!*.:,,--;ii5j;,i] ' Anothe^weelr nr dosing fcst ;|;-.; J,*j f?) Another dayJia* swiftly psjsecV i«;:)i*}il^ v And conscience whispers thsfetfeikak^j^ _.'-'-' .' ¦ bcomingsoori;;u«-'iki:4;ir] Thus hours, days, wefck^snd mcottofe hyt E'enyears, almostunnoticed dte, '^rtv Bo noiselessl y tic moments fly, '' ."' "^ Tio»i*-we'lobk^t^p^si^ away,'[ ,'!'.'' Each puis* bat rnarfo iu ^ traiisieot stsyr I - And warns us of our sure decay... , ' ; - ' inr':-:::'• <¦ Wtfi^doamZ^ ¦ ^ Thentnay each chMof earth prepare A life of chuless bliss to share, " '* ' In yon bright land .where flowers fair Immortal-bloom. For on that pure celestial shore, ' Tis said, that time shall be no mora, ' | And change shall ne'er assert his power j-Beyond me tomb. -i * • . '.' And list, the Saviour's gentle call, ! " Return ye wanderers one and all, ¦ \' Kacape from Satan's fearful thrall, „ C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

Washi«2 made Eastr. i i * WatM+g/uitl—Ooe pint pure alcohol, noWpint spiriu of Turpentine, two ounces ammonia, one ounce Gum Camfihor. , . .t Put the above in a tiglit bottle keep tight—shake before using. ' '."*'' "¦"' " •'' 1""'": ! • ifimiMro/itsinU.—Thiree'; wble spoonsMl of the mixture to one pint of *oap, or its equivalent of bar. soap dissolved in water. For 6gallons of water this'igenough. Patclothesi torc^in water to which you have added the mixt! ture, and sonp. ^ I|«t them soak .20 or SO minutes.] Bring them out 'and boil in pcae water, use no more! soap." '""-([^"J!"'' -¦¦"-'-'< ¦¦¦ -•'•:¦»• ": . m'v.--| Rinse them and bang them.out nombbtngnee ded'^' '-;^t3ite-ii;:k.'. -;,-;.-'j- ,'..-=.«.-.fe -*:i . N. R—Colorsi* jdothesput in the same water in which the white1 *ere soaked As dollars oinlilenty with those who do the washing for thk worldr loflfer this and vouch for it fcftbegocKioftlWrjoor. , , .... • .. ,:...,.„„.!,,; ,L6weUJMass.^!L':,.4 .',,;, W.;A"?«xi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

J ¦': A Rnnkwty Locomotive. . *.-d l-% A catastrophe which itis fealfful to contemplate was reeenUy averted in iLoodon by ^ie aid off the telegrsph. rA collision had ©cenrred' to nonempty railroad ¦ train at Graveseod, and the driver havmg' leaped from his eugino the latter started alooelfuU speed forlondnhiJ Notij* was immediately given by^telegraph to London; and othW stations; ar^ while the ^ was kept'clean in engine and of her arr tngemeiU were prepared as'a butterew to lie-!' plekat the comers e* whose mouth were so deep, and so tonied in like myertcd cbmuias. that HcVj lips looked lilma>^B^M K,« *«~irtitfBtd lika [to ^^^^^fei^i ^^^p^^^Pi &&* Tn.-jf BUlsisnce ,, notwftli«tiHir|in|j. :«|^ ; charge of Judg«Eldred in fiivor of fine Stw.-tj / - c«v» the rtwmwayj Tlie supeviBtenderitof the railt way alsd started down Uie line on on engine, and on pasaing'the runaway he reversed hi««ngin« and had It trim»fejrt«d at thftnext Scros^^itoKthefe line; so a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

f Tillage ^ Ahstoaacy.,...,r ,„ ±r Many arc; the/oj^.^ffl.wcaknesses-jof, human:, nature. But,.none are iiiiore contemptible than those acted out by the scrubnns'tociitl' of our to'ww andVillages.1 Tb«S«are tobe fotmd'm:afl4l!e'^! larjons of life. -iA yobng;i rtan, *Uose father was!* hard workinsincchniiie, eithwahaaa moderate for^ tHneleft ^ himjahejnarri^tf ^ —Mid forthwith he puts on aim,' and issumesaii iihpcrtafe.]p>rrectly;-A' sp^ quamted with thecifcum»talK»of hiiKrirt ^fa progress^.intthe^^lifcigoeh^oimgJinennfiM^ as, benea-th their digiiity.^tlie. yocatioaxif fltkr ,narents andnpt'unfre^'ueflayaipidleHtmJpft beknown* thiit they-sprahg from such sowrefel. •^TTehaye met7 with some who hav*looked npWTho' vocations of: an humble mechanio^nsyb^neath .tte-.diajril.ysiof. aiv gcntlenmn, forgetting meanwhile that^3» taint it tha fiilliiii> •ttA*l,>i, A.~ x1-l_ lli -1- . r t '•'«-1-'**''.'.u.l,.-JJ^- i i luuns -.» .a,,c.»»,«:, spn: > rnae ot tnis ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

¦ ^^^^hs^fsihi^^ ' .'-'A?i, fl!«,^*tory''w»wtcW'i«^Mm^^ »^^«J^^^^*^torSSkS^^ church m this state. Many y^ juio. hethrT^ '- - ^ £$*** begun to-ai Wf^,tr^tw',vixildtf®^-fes; : ^4the ^^Mdi^^,^mimm^--^M ManW; thbngh nota>/«^*S. ' mw^%%£ AH *&&*n$toa^»i*ry^^ ,omon«.dc«trine;regaj^h^tl»»«^ :"^?P8^>t the^t»ly^va^.^.;hmlk;B^^aiiag4^- vsmiirti-sometimesj and now and-ib^X tl^ii - ^-"-; J«ae^ wi%'«xtreme nnctifii^sfeiLb^Si^lil^SS ^M ^ ?M^,c™»».tJp^ :over]wn0m F. was called to preild*- '.waa"'e&'i^i*Atei - 't?£fiiirvr««Mtyfs3lisjtl^^ -raas^mSccrtmusl^^ateVIW^S^^ - Ptt«»fl»* y^^^iH^^' SKtaiMrimtS^^'^ . . toj^-was'thvai*rf.ni6ft;8OTmdI^V-*'-: ^^^ ¦ n1 ^^. Sam's devilWesbecameiso^neny .^WWBR^dadytl^aa^^i^;)^^ ^^r%^Wmi™,thjadmw;ilb>^^ w^Wjhave seemed £ ^mSsM^SSSLv^ •;; y™W^^m^uigo*M^ .ak»o^-;bufc|Dn,oiie-«>xia1 r^ ,fef»««»^yera.^ltoi0n;tt{b««^^ ^^0f^^^m^m $m8&s& wMi*A<)&m&.M&^wft^i>^ : l^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

WHig NerainatloiM. ¦ FOB- CANAL ,-COMMISSldXER, JOSHUA DUNCAN, of Backs county. ¦ BJw.-^M.v^~*OtV,.API>ITOR GENERAL * -. BBRBTW, SNYDER, of Union county, " " '°-B..BPBVETdH GENERA! ^ JOSEPH HENDERSON, of Washington. CONGRESS. 'JOHN C. ADAMS, of Bradford , , SENATOR, 1SLH.ANAN SMITH, of Wyoming. „ ASSEMBLY", . MYRON M. MOTT, of Sttsq'a. Co. ELISHA HARDING, of Wyoming Co. COMMISSIONER, IRA SUMMERS, of New Milford. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, .' HOMER H.FRAZIER, of Montrose. county srnVEVOR, GEORGE WALKER, of Dimock.• ACDITOH, JOHN S. BIRCIIARD, of Middlelown. For Repeal of Small Jiote Law. (Election, October 8fA.)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

The Coalition. We have just received intelligence that the Old Hunkers and Free Boilers have united . Free Soil is a dead letter in the Twelfth Congressional District, so far as it effects the Democratic party.— This has been .brought about by the basest in: tftgue—a " bargain and<%alc" affair from .beginning to end Messrs. irilmot and Lowrey have both resigned, and G. A. Grow of this county is now the .candidate for Congress. Mr, Grow is of the Ohl Hunker school and was deadly opposed tn TFilmot JFill the Free Soilers thus be sold to the support of Hunkcrism! The sequel will tell. Mr. Wilmot had many warm and devoted friends in this county. They hate Slatrry in all its forms. They love and cherish the principle of Free Suit Their devotion to it is stronger than tlie ties of i party; and we do not believe they will be made themselves the tlave* of petty, party tyrants. Where now is boasted Democratic usage 1—Where are the primary meetings, the conventions cVc which no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

J. Porter Brawley again repudiated. We learn, from .the Meadvifl \ Gazette, that the western democracy of Crawford county, according to previous notice given, held a mass meeting at Evansburgh (Tuesday Sep. 10.) It was called to order by John McNamaro, Esq, who nominated'J. K. ST. CLAIR, Esq?, for President. On motion a committee of two from each of the townships represented, was appointed, to report resolutions, expressive of the sense of the meeting. After a short absence they returned the following resolution, which among others was read and enthusiastically .adopted, Viz: Resolved, That the dalpgat ^ from this county, in voting, for J. Porter Brawly, at the late democratic State Convention, gratified a few men who glory in disorganization iu high places, buf.they did manifest injustice to tho known and legitimately ex pressed will, of a very large majority of the "Democrats 6/ this county ; and our delegates gave proof that they were not believers in the doctrine of instru...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

Representative'Conferees. Tlie Representative Conferees appointed by tlie Whig Conventions of Sullivan and Wyoming counties met, at the house_of Allen Lotr'in Mehoopony on Tuesday the 10th inst. Present from Snllivarr, Henry Metcalf and Wii. Covknhovex Esqrs,, from Wyoming, Allen Lorr and B. F. Dckh-UI, (being substituted in place of Benj. Nemnian who was not in attendance.) On motion, ALLEN l0TT was chosen Chairman, and B. F. Di-eham, Secretary, lire <£oov«ntiqn then proceeded to business and on motion of? Henry Metcalf the nominations of Myron M. Watt and ElishaHarding for Representatives by'the Whig Conventions of Susquehanna and Wvuming County were unanimously concurred jn. The nomination of Milton Dana as Representative Delegate was also agreed to. It was then Resolved, That hereafter, Sullivan County shall be entitled to a Representative for three years out of seven, instead of an equal division between Susquehanna and Wyoming as heretofore, and that Wyoming Co. s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

¦ A TSe' Jipproacning^iecuon^^ £ (Frptn,. .th^Harjisburg, Telegraph.^,. .Ii our last'we called!the attention of thewpjgs of^fflie;Statff:&"flie proprieftybf their being reatfy fdr^tbe appTrWhitigl centes&£Wci rcitujitteljbr! jnu-ning to them, that the'battle ground is'-iii viewl. But' a short* tinie'wHl ffa^i pl assed"-+«fore they"" will bfit called upon to enter, upon, the contest,— Wliigs should be minute, men ml they were in the Revolution ; ever ready to grapphYwith the foe. The approaching election is not one of an oi di* nary kind. Beside the State officers now for the first time to be elected, for which we. have an Uny exceptionable ticket, composed of three unobjectionable men, and men of character; ability^ and standing, there are to be elected members of Con- ! BT^ss tq represent Pennsylvania in'the next Con-j gressof the United" States. The result upon this t field is; pei haps more imporlarA than upon any! other. The whigs in all parts of the" Sta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

^%WiiwSr The grlW gathering of 4he ie*^n '" *« fr^erS&f oPloiofocoS. It1Dd d ^*- S*S8 ^«r -e pn^omira A^r, et,^cojwt»Smaiof « time. ' *S,8te W ^«Z%^ wew ortumW iu the' aPP()11.. wWcTIT."* VtUiSg^tested^'0' of rront-o.^.^of Jt,ha Y»" Buren,th?^ <»« creed^bufhfwJffi*T" *£?*?* to,the Cw th-e '&^&V^S^^^Jt ,,ake »•*» natedwah-at o^l,fo r^^ke -t Was ^ ^J•taSSSg^ ^^^^t^Ti ^ i£**«qr^»»:».A^w*ata, ^JJ^V^i^ctaifct^-B ^ Of these, the Gdyernor and Coraua*i^»j nuBKers, tno nuance narnburners. An attS»„ endorse Dickinson on one hand and the Provkf * the others failed", but au platform "was const!? I ed, makiiig butrVery limited allowance for Ub i tions of tha barnburners, and resolving the * back,intci; {he*Baltimore Convention track'k bolters must now come 'HHf'e up to the html creed and go in._for the a«ft and ends of uje-v tional Democracy," it they wish to hold a pUa, Wigwam and enjoy a small share of the-gprih -' here fa au end to all the high sounding ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

J as. Sisk aad Go's Freighting Hue 1 Our attention has been called to the foUovin, article in^he Deposit Courier. There may be sic ilar enterprises-worthy of comniendaiiuu, buttk is specially commended by that paper to the itt& lion ot business men: _ ¦ We have heretofore called attention to tliU t, established for the purpose of forwarding prod^ «tc, over the N. Y. and Erie Railroad, ami do s again,as the season is arriving, when fanner,n about sending tlie products of their farms to tlj New York market- Capt. Srsl's Line is the uu of importance on the whole Kbe of the road j4 its 'westeru terminus to Hancock, aud the suo». which, he has met with thus.far is attributed mis ly to His perseverance, and his unyielding cuJqt ors to do justice to thosewho have entrusted k-. with their produce.' He has the entire confides of the public, and well merits it, This.moot. doing'business is Undoubtedly the best, as Mt.Si has ari experienced salesman in New York, wh, constantly wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

A ©ouble Murder. PirrsBfRGH, Sept. 17, lSjii. Th'rriuh the medium of t!-e telegraph,- * are e(iabled to give the particulars of a a» horrijbie human butcheryv whicli occtin^ last uight at a publiclovtseon tlie \Va<!K, ton rpad. As near as can be asceriaiij the fallowing are the facts:—A man bitii lining of McC^y 6r McCoy took Ukin^ Beltihoover'6 Hotel, four miles dot%fcn he w'as placed] in the same-room with \\1 liamjBeltzhoojyer to sleep. From someskno\yn cause he got up during the -ntgltjai stabijed| William who by his cries for Lt!| -alarroed the house. Melchoir lieltzhof.it! hastejned to tlife assistance ofhis brother»i>n he encountered McOay, who stabbed .IiIeV ___ .j7 _^ ~.~.-,...vU - uiu. r the Heart, and; lie died instantly. The w keeper was also stabbed in the lace but a dangerously.' VVilliara Beltzhoovcr h from the etfects ofhis Wounds to day at m The murderer has been arrested and coraEt ed to jai|, but he is so badly beaten that j priso f physician...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

A False Report We understand tliat Mr. Wilmot, in order to induce the Whigs of of Susquehanna to desert their own party and principles, and go for him, in reporting in his speeches in that County, that the Whigs of Bradford will support him 1 If it be true.that there is such a report circulating there, we say to the WHIGS of Susquehanna it is an infamoa* falteltood, no matter from whom or whence it comes. The Whigs of Bradford were never .more united than at the present time. They will go as one man fof^Ir. ADAMS the WHIG candidate. They believe that with the WHOLE WHIG VOTE OF THE DISTRICT HE CAN BE ELECTED 1 ! — Such is the universal expression in every township in tlie county. We say again to the WJiign>f Susqttekimuaand Tioga, pay no regard to reports, a thousand will be put in circulation by unscrupulous one unprincipled men. We just heard one from the same quarter—that ilr. Adams was not a free soil man! ,|A man', who would report such an infamous falsehood, would...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

,_.. Our Prospects are Bright,, , ^rr_ fe^The Whigs of thS-tourity!and;I!»slric | bever.occupied a more triumphant 'position than .-at" the Jir^esent time. Wedeclared loo£ago, tkata steady adherence to principle mtist ultimately result in t$e glorious success oCpur cahs«i;3rhe present cheer,^ .indications fully .awfirmjas Uj^his belief VFrora j^ parts of the county and district, we have the heart cheering-news diat-Whigs are buckling -on their i arssor, and preparing for a mauful defence of ti,ejr I principles'. Tliat they may eschew rfcflio/roy/mn, ¦ come in whatever guipe it may—whether in the honeyed profeasimt, of radical locofocottn ditguju or in tlie more open and arrogant claims to preferment, b^ political pandcrcrs, who have' be»n occu-.pied loryears in denouncing and stigmatizing the Whig party, its principles andjits men., Whigs love thei rpnuciples ;they have battled in defence of them long and valiantly. But a bright-, er prospect is now dawning upon them: party,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

The WiH of th<S People. ! The coalition at Wellsboro' forms an era in the; politics, of this district. As .the11 most utter disregard of the wishes of the people, the most perfect contempt of-instructions.the most arrogant ossump- ' tion of authority by a few, it has a pmallel on no I page'ef Jhe political history of the District. Tho* conference that imposed this coalition upon the I people, was composed of what and of whom ? And by what authority was- it convened ! and upon i what did it act i There were men-there from the I three counties-composing this District. They had ' been regularly appointed delegates to put in nom- ] illation a candidate for Congress. In pursuance of ! this they did meet and put in nomination James Lowry, a part withdrawing and nominating David Wilmot. When this work was completed; the object for which they were appointed was attained. and their authority, given them by the people, reverted immediately to tho people. They had no authority, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

THE RKGISTKI. ¦ ii-"' "¦'- ¦ '¦ >-¦«'¦ ^k« BTTTiTiMAN PTTXiXiER, AcdngEditor, [During the absence of jhe jublisber in Ae duties of his ar^iatmept as Djeputy. Mnahal.] ¦ j.; TBU8SDA¥i SEi^TEMBER 26,1850.

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