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

Presenled as ia Nuisance. From the Honscdale Democrat. The Grand Jury of this county, at the term of court that was held in this borough last week, unanimously presented as a nuisance the law of the la.-t Legislature'prohibiting the circulation of small bills. We have made hiquiry as to the politics of the jurors and have ascertained that there were only six whigs in the whole psuet. All the rest were locofoco-. ' Tiie following is the presentment, and we think it may be taken'ns faiily expressing the views and feeling!- of the people of this county, without distinction of party, ami almost without exception.: The tiraiul Jurors of Pennsylvania, sitting and inquiring for the body of tlie county of Wayne, respectively do present, , that we'have carefully examined and considered the la'.v prohibiting the circulation of small bills, ulueli Las been called to our attention by the Court We have endeavored to tind some reason, either in the law itself, or ^ in the existing state o...

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

K C«rs Are tiLti. W«K Ifh^ Philadelphia ^Yypifaw/addressea the ablove ino^ry^ to' thov^igs of^Penhsybiaiiia with ^ .^iol^wmg.remarl^^bje^ve recomme nd to each "individual', of -'&»' party throughout the •State:'--"- * '" -¦£*' '--"''* ' , I* Tjhis.is an inciuiry, it jwpuld be_vW.ell folx^eygry Whig to put to hiinsolf. . The time has h'pw arrived for every Petrissylvania Whig to be active. By n, united and vigorous effort we may not only elect a Whig Canal Commissioner, Auditor Gen eral, and Surveyor General, but a Whig delegation to Congress, and also secure a Whig majority in the State-Legidttture,?ftttd ~as~arconsequence,: ra Whig U. S. Senator..; By.remaining mucli longer idle, we shall wake lip to a sense of our danger when it is too late to secure the victory, now within our reach. Now, therefore, is the time for active exertion. Let it not be urged that we cannot succeed, mid that there is, therefore, no use in making an efforL We can if we wi/i ""The history of ...

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

Exciting News from; California. From the ^e^^qrJeJTHSune we gather the following particulars: - :. The news which the Senator brings from Sacramento is excilinsj in the extrettie. Riot | and death rule the hour 1 The long expeej ted collision between the landholders, and | squattors has at last taken place. The battle has begun—God knows when .and .where it *" will end ! I . Capt. Van Pelt of the Senator, has furnished us with the following information: An j armed body of the, sqttatters pyoceeded | through the strects about 1 1-2 o'clock, yesterday, and were interrupted by thF anthori-I ties and opposed by portions of the citizens. An affray soon commenced, and the city was ['aroused to arms. Mayor Bisjelow was shot in three places, and died in fifteen' minutes : after. J. W.• Woouland, City Assessor, was : shot dead., and several citizens were killed and j wounded. ' ' Our ¦ correspondent informs us that Dr. , Robinson the loader of the squatters, was shot through the head. ...

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

" ""'"- For the Register. PRIftGIPLES. The lateop^erniions of the leaders of the Democratic party have beautifully illustrated the hold that principles have upon (aemV4 A ' lew days since they disowned David Wilmot and David Wilrnot disowned them. Ttyga county by the usages of the party was entitled to the nominee for Congress and Mr. Lowry, aj more worthy gentlemen was in the Sehl. The Free Soilers were appealed too to sustain Wilmot as the exponent of their principles and the otdyjnian wtto Jtjould-carry them out. "The Hunkers we're denounced as trai tors to Liberty and as a party to be pjjit do^n at all hazards. There seemed to be a probability that a Whig might be elected and their Free " Soilism is offered to the sacrifice.arid fi. A. Grofr, a youth scarcely out of his teens^. but'a Hunker,' js put upon the course to be run in place of David Wilmot and James Lowry. What has turned David Wilmot all at once into an' 6ld Hunker ? What lias induced him to sell his Free Soil...

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

For the Register. Wellsboro' Qrucibia, '-» '*" These are strange times. <Truly the age of discovery. There is no limit to iprogression. Contingencies bring out men for the times, and Wellsboro' has astonished this Congressional District by producing the long sought for"Philosopher's Stone." Henceforth there shall be no strife in the Democratic ranks—there shall be peace. The sober second thought of tho conferees will triumph, and the troubled waters will be at rest To-day we learn to our astonishment ',that Hum kerisin and Free Soilism, seasoned with the Buffalo Platform and the Wilmot Proviso, were put into the crucible at Welfeboro' by the regular and irregular conferees of this District, melted down and thoroughly refined. The result was most wonderful. A_supplement to the Proviso (alias) the "Philosopher's Stone"—around which the Democracy of all kinds, must rally on the 8th of October Such is the sober second thought of the Leaders. Consequently the people wil| f...

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

Free Soilism transferred to the Hunkers ! I For the Susquehanna Register. l lie bargain has been completed and the free-son voters, the men who have stood fcst by their principles are sold at so much per head like cattle in the marketer slaves on the plantations at the South. Are thev consulted f NO I Are they to be consult"•'/ nr XO—a feW leaJers and dictators finding David Wilmot open to a bargin have frightened him or bought him with promises , and he undertakes to transfer his friends to the Hunker* Win they be deceived by his specious pretences I Where are the principles about which he has been so loud i Where the great cause of which he has been so eloquent* All—all sacrificed, for the promises of the Hunkers. " Tell it not in Gath! " Mr. Wilmot will profess that Mr. Grow is a free-soil man, and is to carry out his principles; but he is not as well acquainted with Grow, as are the Hunkers here, who have foil assurance that he will never give a free soil vote in Congr...

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

TMurtof the lidcuituralSocieC the Susquehanna Agricultural Society held its annual'Fair and Cattle" Show on Wednesday, the 18th inst,-and was very hum6»usly.s-atUnded; evincing that the interest taken in its-proceedings bv the communityis steadu£ increasing!:' The neat stock was greater in mlmber aid much superior to what has heretofore been exhibited, showink most undoubtedly, that if the prevailing" spirit jof im provcuient continue, Susquehannajcounty wjll take a high rank for the superiority ofbercattle,. Animals were exhibited that wonld fiave been creditable to.tiie cattle shows of any county, no.matter in what State; and the improvement i. not con fined to licit stock merely, but extends to all de partments of husbandry. " « * hfe1' satisfaction to those who have taken an interest in the progress of the society from the beginning, to see that their eaorts nave hot bceri unavailing. The society, being still in its infancy, requires to be fostered by those for whose benef...

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

i-. k-. -Col. EthaiKAuHab:^a?l&'' M This braveand somevhat eccentric officer" ^1 of ithe American Revolotio* wtwlbbni, m %S Roxbury, Gt., in 1739, He^ariy enrigrai** 41 to Vermont Gn receiving the newa, ofiflie -M battle of I^wrj^n^hAenTia tedall hisener- | l gies on tlte side of bis :a>antry. IBs first' '|1 exploit was the capture of Tit^dfrogav May! -£|l 10th, 1775. The, expedition against thia f| post waifeje*di igfybollUlitt dMgHi^ad | successful in its execution. Atth« head of Ml ciutyinree men ne entered wy ^. t&etfoltjat "SB night, took the sentry prisoner * »nd with a .p flrawn sword.madeiliisrwsiy- into tb> apart- f|K imehts of the commanding officer,' demandiajr M thesnirciKief^ tucrfort. ': ,: .; .ft ;??|?X * 11 1 t^ what an' -hority do ymdeman&itli- " M exclmmed Cap^IJeXa PlaHraair^^ ".' ffi his;slumbeft. , .'t| •finthe name of th<M3reat Jehoyali Wd-! "11 the; Continental Congi^l^'thuhdfflredfiil4'-- jl mkJ}.^-^- - ' - ¦'¦...

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

Elephant tinder cover of a tree, and gave, him a bullet in the sid& of tlie head, when trumpetin^soshril ly that the forest trembled; he charged ^ among the dogs, from whom he seemed to fancy that the blow had come; after wlijch he took up his position in a 2rove of thorns, with, his he id towards ml I walked np very near, and as he was m the act of charging (being in those days" unler wrong impressions a* to the practicability of bnniuging down an "Eleiihant-with a ahot in' the fofchead,) stood cooly iri~his path untUhe was within fifteen paces of me, and let drive ;~f the hollow ofhis fiiwho.-wt i« Mm .,„:.. -- a that by so doing I should end his j^ T-he shot only served U> increase' ft^L effect which I,tiad remarked Wbit?^ '"variably produce; and, <t»;d:c.*"arge.wilh incredible quick-Siipt. I6ity^he.,.tll but terminated Admi*fer V A large pat NOTICE is heTeSyfe^.pl^. . , ll istration of the estate tB^fcfcjMS J. Herrick township, deceased, have beenl^r ed...

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

^ Begs-;—r ^ =----. ing hi%n, "I—II charged it — ^m ?J,fo !l^ff of the bill with me: tended' te.him,^wT \i ,n ¦ ' that he has just\,W- X-» MaJi 1?—. large and choice s«aPt- Raymond, FANCY AAr DlB*P * Co ^ Dr. . • —-?&{,., $3p,50 a fresh and extensive assoiis.- 26 75 visions, Boots <t Shoes, Ha% L_ Crockery, Drugs <k Medicinc,% Sfio oe sold for cash or produce at a vi&S*U^'^6 pric^ which defys all competitiiik,, Fish d> Salt,, at wholesale * retail *<6. remark that be adhears strictly to t3&„ always naming the lowest price at £3 giving the^amo advantage to aU wliomS" ban with their patronage. • GREAT BEND CLOTHING STORE. ^ The larpe*t,bnt andcheupest a*»ortmeutoi Rkaot ' Mape Clotbixo inthe Village of Great Bend. suitable for the fall and wmter trade, whicn wo offer at such pnees as to satisfy any one that this U tlte place for them to deal. ' IU consequence. »f the great increase of his busistock, which he now offers to bis fri...

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

Religioua Notices. T^HE Susquehanna Association of Universalists X will bold its Annual session at Gibson, Susq'n Co, Pa, on the first Wednesday and followiag Thursday in October next. i Sept. 18,v 1850. DEDICATION. 'T'HT. Methodut Episcopal Church, at Harford -a- Sufquehanna Co. Pa, which has remained in an mcbmplete state for some six years, is now finished, and with leave of Providence, will be dedicated to the worship of God on WEDNESDAY, the 2d of OCTOBER. The Dedicatory sermon, at 10 i o'clock A. M, will be preached by ourbeloved presiding elder, F. REED. TVafternoon *«*"»> w r"' probably be preaohed bV Bro. W. H. PaAaxa, ofBmgKamton. The Preachers and people art respectfully invited to attend from the adjoining circuits. Dcwrrr c. olmstead. Gibson, Sept 23, 1«50. Iff ABRTED, .ti On Thursday the 19thinst.by Re», J. B.MefJrwuy, Mr. W. H. Sjctb of Ithica N. Y. to Miss Emut Colstem of Great Bend. , 1 ( On the TitK ult. by the same, Mr. Jo** Hacxxa, ofiPrompton, Wayne...

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

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

IV Hetr Goods-|TONS <fe CHANDLER, having purchased the Jstorcformerly occupied by J/Lyons, have reland enlarged the same; and are now receivfnrEsrmK New Stock of D/y Goods, Groceries, I ware, Crockery, Glass ware, Jap'd .Ware, iAc ,'£c, Ac. ying purchased our goods for cash we feel lent w.e can offer, to our friends and patrons a better bargains than can be had of our ncigb-| rery_cSoice lot of Prints, Broadcloths, CassitVestings, Ginghams, Linens, Cambrics, Handjuefs.ic. Also SatinetR, Jeans, Tweeds, TickpriUirig, Sheeting 'and Shirtings, Diaper and k:3ted and White Flannel and all the small Srs Eke Needles and Pins, Silk and twist and We sewing cotton, warranted to be just what Presents, the Very best thread in use. P Sugars, Teas, Coffee. Saleratus, Tapioca, Coco Paste, an excellent article for sickirk, cod fish,mackerel, tobacco, and snuff, with old Dr. Jacob Townsend Sarsaparilj,p, as agents 4br Wrxsoit A On, we have Tin $ Stoves, Pipe,"Pomp and Lead Pipe, and Oastpf'e...

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

Jj^^H s^*s* Mms)k£/9^!^^^^^e^^m\\\ . . .. .^^3^<^^?!?^»"»*fc"avT.:' ' 'rfaj.-1 jat,'Ms«ssfe-,^s«»i/iiiT^ - - V- -v 64B0SES ^sH^* fzg, ¦^ffsssy ¦¦^es^'^tmjsM^nsm^M. y. m EJIOH BOWBkVOw ftita^f,,^. •tusitVotmmisj—Out) toftft conninlng «.! j..*"- -""".'I.Tww'tjiiOso'llaia.' "•*'>«*'. •¦ PHmtnMs+ B^ orSirBctaa/or t&a,. . ¦ ™*^.-S!^^^"»-^^"r --»^s9s ft m j»t v ibi laCAKT BOTTLKS, Ud li of u>. tzmomidiaj] itrcMfth nsij<£Uact u Ibal In the tmalt hohtit. i Tho gnat tvpermiijf ot!Tni» Pc»l>ir« orer ftias»«,t,. and all other liaiilir medicun* , may to Knee meMore beitoj^,; stooa rrom the' following facts: Trssv—hiesate \i mi oni, pasKtts i, uportixuorixsmadicatioa,ibe rifw Eiscscc of Saraaparillav YeUow Dock, . Cheriryl.ud,,,8aasal>aa.'.Bars4, more wtnngty, more roiMtr/tJly tomccntralrd , and-farwr taiiaL Ha at raA of Uieae ptrifen to «««»lwi«Jt of e ihan em lie (u^ in any l.oule of mwUcioe; called Extract of Sarmpamii^^ , But, Skconoi.y—VMa...

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

'* ! vjtx^t ieioT^v ' A^inieU'-^' t«» EvssvseBV ktBiD tuis OataVuu.r^Therii is * Sarsaparilla for-isle in the duTerarit towns eaUedlS. P. Townoend-S Saissparilla. h is sdrirtisedas the 0KI0I KAL,OBNCIXE,wdallu>«t. This-Towr-endisntfdocioi sndnSver'ww; botwssrormerlyji worker on railroads , cassis, and the like—yet he ossuoms thij tiUs of Doctor for ihs purpose -of saining credit for what he) is'noC' lla'says." he has attended two medical tehoou)iam) practiced.for fifteen rears!'." Now the truth is. he'«everl practiced medicine a day in bis life! Such tetlfkl, tricked misrepresentation loaka bad to the character and veracity of ihe man. 1 wish roost sincerely, he bod never made thqae statements of him; self or of me. When wiU.mrn.leam to be honest and truthful in.all their itealin^s and intercourse with their fellow m t II* annlied 10 one' Rati ClsrrO to assist him in man ufacturing liia iriixture,statiui; (he tfrge-sum* he would make, a* an indaeement to embark Injlhe bus...

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

Dr Itafferty's Celebrated Ftunily jrEDICn^E^— Ahead of all others, andunani mously approved!—The' Production* of d-licensed Surgeon and Physician of 20 year* prac tical experienicti Raffestv's Balm or GilEac.—Among all the remedies before the public,' this stands pre-ejnincnt in the early stages of Consumption , Bronchitis, Catarrdh, Coug^,Hoarsnes*,A*thniafSpitting of Blood, sod for all affections of the pulmonary o rgans occasioned by cold. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon tbia remedy, and the proprietor urges any one affected with tfny of the above complaints, to secure it at once. Raffebty's Family. Pills.—The best Family Physic now in tjbe Country for sick liead-iiche, costiveness, cleansing the stomach of bile, purifying the blood, carrying- off diseased humors and restoring health. Rajeebtts Female Month" Pills.—For rcmo-" ving female, obstructions peculiar to the sex or rising from cold br general weakness of the systenu Also for'females' of costive habits of body...

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

are now sundered ; tbjj dar ed from the minds of tVsyrup, cliloroform, awaking to a just se^jastorj spirits of nitre their""own iutercstSj^c ciheTf spirits of Lavt«o long ruled bj&.£r, antimonial wine, oil o«- regartl for certar brimstone sultihnr, "pulv. empty eoiindsjgmijon; bottle aud vial eoVks first todesgr* aggrandx&e newspaper might be filled in tlie b^ft to enumerate the one half of the anotfWor sale at Tima-ElL's. This is the (IT? **,A srsit-v* *fj^^^^j*Jm ^rstvAjrl AV^fc sWs aav' wl.jiiO'wfc jafiAjw^k t Oar ProspeoU jtr» Bright, sepi Ef The Whigs of thilti^unty|and,^strict . Stipied a more triumphant Jposlion »« ;; , ! «esent time. W« detdared lopr ago. tkj 'RO 'Adherence to prmaj-leMSiust <unrna-WJl -«h glprious success of-cur caustf :The pres« thjr 'Swlications fullv ceefirnitts ift'ihiabelief.! saf parts of the'county and district, wehav*ds| cheering news that Whigs ar» bucklioi ; amor, nnd preparing for a tnaufulxlefe J^c . principlesi Tlwt t...

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

THE REWSTKB 8TIT^MA17 PdlsXsBB, ActlnrlBcUtor,v [During the absence ot the jublister in the duties of WsappoL^rte|t^ I^nt7aIaMl|al.] !'.'„ YHPBSDAYr SEPTEMBER- 26,1850.

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

-;._., ^ Whic IfomiaaUons. FOB, CANAL.^QStaMSSlONER, sTQBBlTA DUKOAN, of Backs county. - ^^j^^y Oai.APDJTOR.CEKMtAJ ^ -. IXEkXBY ,W. SNx *X>BB, of Union county. .; -d'Sybit gpBviroit oekerai ^ oTOfTSPH HENBBRSON, of Wouibington. :" ^OiSaBBSS. t; ^JOHN C. ADAMS1, 'if Bradford •"_''","'-' * SESATOn, " t. ELHANAN SMITH, of Wyoming. ¦ "¦ ASSEMBLY", ; MYBGN M. MCJTT, of Siisq'a. Co. "MilSHA HARDING, of Wyoming Co. COMMISSIONED., . ,IRA SUMMERS, of New Miiford. ',; ' PrtOBECUTISG ATTORNET, HOMER H. FRAZIER, of Montrose, corstr si-rvevor, ' «EORGE WALKER, of Dimocfe AUDITOR," 101^ S. BIRCHARD, of Middletown. For Repeal of Small lVote Law. (Election, October 8th.)

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

- - ;'< The Coalition. ITe have just received intelligonce that the Old Hunkers and Free Soilers,have united. Free Soil isadead letter in the Twelfth CongrissiotiaLJ|i< trict, so far as it enects uie nemocraioei Thisba. been troughysb^^J ^ trigoe-rsfcJ^MWfTVTn^ry, 4c. 4c. .--?. ;^tflBlS]EIilr-i.De»ierin Drugs, Medies,.Chemicals, Paints, Oili Dye-Stuffs, Grottesvp^j Gbcys^HardwMej Stoneware, Glass-^ CU^^Watcnes; Jewelry, Silver Spoons. ¦ ectaCfes, Musical Instrttmerits, Trusses, Surgi-IsljM&umentair Liquors, Perfumery, JCrrors atl«i»^, -Bruihe8,Snoes, Yankee Notions, 4c

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