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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

:iy Iroi Weaving. i ,j .^ uessrs. witkerpliam and Walker, of this , eity, lfave the present right of a machine ;>viuch, with sufficient power, is enabled to jjveave into meshes, iron as large as railroad Ibars^or as small as the smallest description pf| wire. The method of operation does away with! the.necessity of rivets, in lieu of which an indenture into' the wire is substituted, forrniniof a_«nela>t far rl»& /. n«xt, wire. ._•' Withthls jmachine, the following articles can be firlodjiced. A material for carriage bodies, ight| durable, and at less cost tharr wood, wire j railings of endless variety; wire tree po|xei, some of which have rlready been put into use; sacking-bottoms, window shutters, guards and grating for doors and windows, net work for decks of vessels and steamboats, besides an endless variety of uses to which the material can be applied. The invention was originally applied to prepare the wires for coal-screens.—Bowels N.Amer. Farmer. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 May 1849

\ '¦ ^^ • M^^ii^iPm^ ;. r I THJS.subacriber having purchased the right of . X manufacturing and vending CroweU' s Patent Thermometer; Chum, would cordially recommend them to .every farmer and dairyman as the best chiirn ever introduced io 'the public.. The principal advantages thia churn has over all others, are these: 1st, it Is constructed in such a manner that the top can be taken off so as tagivo free access to the' interior, which makes it perfectly convenient to Sut in the cream and take oat the butter—the padles can be'taken out, making it still more convenient to clean.' 2nd, a thermometer is attached to the chum so as to show the exact temperature of the cream, which experience shows should be from CO to C3 degrees. 3d, a chamber or space is arranged around the bottom- of tho churn for the purpose of admitting cold or warm water so as to bring the cream to the right temperature without mixing the water with the cream. It is well known to all butter makers that cream too...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

TEE EEGISTER. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY James W. Chapman. Advsnee payment in Cash per year, > $1 50| If paid within the yaar, 2 00 If not at the end of the year, 2 60

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

Fast Memones bt y o. wmrriEBHow thrills , once more, the lengthening fiiaih, Of memory at the thought of thee!_ Old hopes which long in diist have lain, . Old dreams come thronging back again, And boyhood lives in me; I feel its glow upon my cheek, Its fullness of the heart is mine, As when I learned to hear' thee speak, Or wised my doubtful eyes to thine. I hear again thy low replies, I feel thine arm within my own, And timidly again uprise The frinzed lids of hazel eyes With soft, brown tresses overblown, And memories of sweet summer eves, Of moonlit wave and willowy way, Of stars and flowers, and dewy- leaves, Of smiles and tears more sweet than they. Ere this, thy quiet eye hath smiled, My picture of thy youth to see, .When naif a woman,'half a child, Thy very artlessness beguiled, And folly's self seemed wise in me; , I too can smile, when o'er that hour, The lights of memory backward stream, Yet feel the while that manhood' s power Is vainer than my boyhood's dream. Ye...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

Mora Troth than Poetry. n am sense, ana me worm win o erloos it, Want feeling—'twill find,some excuse :, But if the world knows yon want money,. You're certain to get its abuse} The wisest advice in existence, | It be'er on its kindness to call; The best way to get its assistance, Is—show you 'don't need it all! Scicroz.—The following is an anecdote of Dr. Johnson: _ Boswell once asked Johnson if there was no possible circumstance under which suicide* would be justifiable. " No," was the reply. ¦ "Well," says BosweU," suppose a man had been gouty of some fraud that he knew would bring inmmy upon him and that he was equally certain would be found out" '%¦ *«." «ayn Johnson, - let him go to some wuntiTWbere he U not known,.and nottotbe devil where be is known." A domestic; newly engaged, presented to his master one evening,* pair of boots, the leg of one of which wag much longer than the other. "How comes it, you rascal, that tbese'boota are not of the same length r. " I rea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

CHANGE OF FORTUNE. j - A Plain Statement of Facts. j — i. Some sixty-five'or seventy .years ago, a vessjel . from Boston arrived at one of the wharves in Ixjndon. Among the hands on board, was one by the j name of Tudor, a steady, respectable, and will i looking young man, who.acted in the capacity bf both cooper and sailor. Very early one morniiig and before any hand than Tudor had come upin deck, a ySung, beautiful and tolerably well dressid ; female came tripping down the street to the vessel, and inquired of Tudor, for the Captain. She wks told that he had not yet arose, but she insisted upon seeing him without delay, and with Tudur's pejrruission, proceeded to his berth, and arousing mm addressed him with, ' i "Good morning, Captain, I have called to see jif you will marry me." j "Marry you J" replied the- astonished captain, believing her to be of a suspicious character. " lea\jc my vessel instantly, if you know what is for your interest" j She next went to the mate's be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

from the Lady's Wreath.' DAVID MSHWOOD'S Ai)VENTUEE srJMBS. jvurt u. l. cavtbell. Mrs. Smith «fb« a superb woman t So declared the doting Job Smith, and so said a score of lovers, »a they Anathematized Job' s success. How she liapjbened to throw herself away upon such a plodding; dull looking follow,' was quite surprising, but Oioi<f beauties take unaccountable freaks. As we have always been in Mrs. Smith's-canfidencc, and happen to possess the key to her unaccountable choice, we will as an act of friendship, divulge it, along with some other little matters, for the satisfaction of her tradocers. Mrs. Smith did not fall in love with such a common : place sort o' fellow as Job Smith, that's certain. No young lady ever did such a thing!; HLs neckcloui was too-far behind the times; he wore neither rmoustnche or imperial, and was! shockingly inattentive in the matter of fans and-pocket handkgctliiefs, therefore it could not be expected. "Hut such a magnificent creature as M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

Easy Joe Bruce. BY II. HASTINGS WELD. I " Whew-cw-ow \* Whistled Mr. Joseph Bruce,. c r perhaps we should rather say Joe Bruce, for, as lie was a noble, easy fellow, nobody thought of allowing him more than half his name, or of any think else that belonged to him—'' I see by the; paper ! that Hawk A Harpy have assigned. I meant to I have secured my dtSbt^yesteif P He left Ins .coSes I half drank, stumbled over the threshold, and went almost at a run to the counting room bf Hawk ft Harpy. One half: that speed on the dayibeijv.re would have saved his debt—as it was, he xr&i juat in season to put on lus name at the bottom of a dozen and a half preferred ones, to receive ten pejr cent He went back to his unfuikjied 'breakfast with what appetite be might "Why did you neglect this so Wag, Mr. Broc^f said his helpmeet and comforter. ' j " I meant to hav^ attended to it vesterdav, nvr dear." '". '"' . " You meant! That is always your way Jlr. Bruce. You carelessly neglect your...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

- ' i ^Tfie Best Yefc • . - \ The Knickerbocker tells of a place downleast where the feold fever rages with' remarkable -wry,' which is not-a little increased by the practical joke* of a youngkuwyor who pretends Jo receive many letters frorh the gold regions, which, ho reads to. those gaping bunipkins who asserihlc at his office ia order to have their credulity stretched.. "The' following is his latest missive: " We arrived at'San Francisco hree weeks. aga> yesterday, and after stopping tin ire four days to recruit andjmake preparations we set »ut forllw gold country." The country on the banks of tho SacfamentJis exceedingly:fine,.and. the,soil:w most fcrtilq. We passed several wheat fields which had just be|eh reaped, .and 'would yield over two? hundred bushels to the acre. There is, however; one drawback; this, neighborhood i» much mfelted. with noxioijisi serpents, and more than as likely as not, in picking up a bundle of wheat, you will take a huge ratt|^suake ih ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

! i,iUato^Satt«-Lot^Wifi?:;ii;^ Tlie following accbuut of a Pillar of Salt jinth DeaiujSif, fancifully called" Lot's Wife, istakie froni a Narrative of ;the XT. S. Expedition to ft Dead Sei, by one. of the party t . ¦ ; : ;'; ; Iu pulling round the shores ot the Sea we saw » immense ' column, rounded and turret-shaped ,tem, towards the southeast This; we were told by ou Arabs, w(i; the Pillar of Silt in which Lot's wii was encased at the overthrow of Sodom. l|Wit some difficulty wc. landed here, anil our este>ime< comm<mdbf and D'r, Anderson obtained specimen from it, and Mr. Lake took a skctcli of it; Ou boafs crew landed also, and thefr curiosity wa gratified by their gatoermg:SDecimen' ,~sooie fxoi i^ summit and others from its base. '.It was tne* uredj and] found to bs sixtv feet in height, and fortjl feci in circumference-. \Yc cannot sunnoie tha it is r^allyi of solid rock salt, ona mass of crystalli zation. i; is in the vicinity- which' is'pbmted ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

TUE REGISTER jr. W. CHAPMAN, Editor. [ J, THUBSDAY, JTJNE ¦ 7, J849. j | [State Convention—Canal Commissioner. IThe Whig State Central', Committee, at itejlast meeting held in Harrisburg, passed the, following resolution: to which wc desire to call the attention on our friends, in the hope that early action will be bid in the premises.: ' \Jtesolted, That the friends of the National and State administrations, in Pennsylvania, be requested to meet in the several cities and counties of the Suite, and'select delegates equal in number to their representatives in the State' Legislature,; who shall meet in convention at the court house in Harrisburg, at 11 o'clock A. sr, on Thursday the 16th day of August next, for the purpose of selecting a candidate for Canal Qcnimissiooer, and to do such other business as the interests of tlie country may require. [By order of tlie Committee.^ , GEO. ERETY, Chairman !pi o tern.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

More Ihteovimests.—In noticing fhcioperation ot the Steam Grist Mill and SaV Mill last week we forgot to mention among other new enterprises that our neighbor, C B«.nw»', has recently added to his Grocery, Bakery, &a, a Qaudy Factary, where :andy of every descriptiotf'is manufactured for wholesale and retail, and he is already looking up laily large supplies to furnish (he merchants of tliis tndthe surrounding towns. • H^cw Jeweckt. It will bo seen by the ndveiiisement of Mr. True in our paper that since his renoval into the large store building of the Mcssers. Searle (in the room lately occupied by Merrill <i Root's Hat Store) he has got up a small but choice find -valuable scfiietioii of Jewelry, which is offered With! the. True time he keeps and imparls to the err, pg time pieces of his customers. ! The Mesagebul Raymond <fc Co.'s extensive collection of animals are advertised for exhibition in Harford on Wednesday and in this place on thursday next, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

CONDENSES ITEMS. Watson s Jewelry Store at Owego was broken open on the night of the' 25th ult and robbed of watches and Jewelry to the amount of ?8;000. The house of C. G. Judd of Penn Yon was struck by lightning one night lost., week, which passed down close by the bed on which Mr. J. was sleeping. The old Postmaster at Bmshamton, Mr. Park, has finally surrendered the Ptet Office papers &c to Mr. C<X)ke, tho new one, .on his exhibiting his bona fide commission. John B. Cough the eloquent and celebrated Temperance Reformer has been lecturing at Binghamton for a fejw days. He excites great interest there, aa ininui]..^. .-The Buckeye Blacksmith fcis been taking Daguerreotype likenesses at Potts-viHe lately. The busipess ou the Lehigh canal has been resumed, with briskness since the "strike" of the boabnen has been broken up. ¦Tho-New Haven cars ran oyer and killed a man named Williams at Soutbbcro, Mass, on Wednesday last. Rev. Mr. Burrows who was tried for sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

Whig Meeting in Bradford. At a-meeting of the Whigs of Bradford county lately held, delegates were appointed to the August Convention. Among the re.*>lntions passed, were the following, which show that "the Whigs there are_^anjj^htj" Inasmuch as this is the firsf meeting of the friends of the Shite nnd Na'ional Administrations, held by the Whigs of Bradford county, since their triumphs in October and November last, ivc embrace the opportunity V congratulate one another, and the whole country, ujion the success1 ol" correct and liberal principles, as now being carried out by both the State and General Governments. Resolved, Tlttit the administration of General Zaciiary Taylor has thus far met our most sanguine expectations, and that the,policy avowed in his Inaugural Address is such as should meet the approval of every patriotic citizen—tliat in his selection of a thorough Whig Cabjnet. we liave the assurance that his administration^wQl be^-based upon the great principle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

his The.StatetieasiOT.fi! tfr Ball, our new and nblej'State Tretetrer.fis mtkuig actiye exertions to d^Khara^ duties in a i sanner to command respect! and [approbation. — m is.alreaiy moving in the ill-impjortant; work, 'of sui mining lie State faith, by ga^cring uPi the mc ans for a prompt payment of the nterest cpnung du;;' and the following circular, which he has a<| art ssed to the proper authorities of the different coiinties, wffl bo read witli deep inteW i Tbeasury Department,! ) I Harrisburg, May 16, 1849. J To\the. Commissi™*™ and Trea'rurer of the coon- Ckntlemkn : To sustain the honoi and credit of th" Commonwealth, another effort is required to mc- -t the interest falling due on thejpublic debt With n view to promote the protrpt payment of tlie i-ewcUYC quotas of State Take:, by the several couiititsifhe most, liberal construction will be n-ivn to thefforty-second sectiou of ihe act of 29th An-ii, isao.( The ahat<'|ncnt of fivc.pcr cent, will be all...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

Folt}' aM Fraud of Lo?ofocoikm. Ihe \VJa-»hmgton Luton, which is now the official orgaij of " the United Democracy"—tliat is, of the Abolition Wang of the Northland the pro-slavery wing of the South—still pursues the fpnis fa* twis-at pro-icription, aniong the bogs of its diseased iinaginatijiu, and day by day, regales its readers with a.nqw treatise, On,the sufferings of its ejected sub cribers,nn71;patron< Tlie change of administration, ha-; at least developed oue fact satisfactorily—a fact alwaivs known to exi^t, but i always stoutly denied by Uie clmmp;o:is of tliis^party—which is, [tliat the principles, policy, aim and ambition of its " Democracy" arc contained hi four sim-\\: words—tltc[spoils of office. Tliis subject has absorbed iheL'H'on and its allies since the; advent of General Taylor's Administration, and groans and tears (crocodile) have, formed the staple of their editorials. i j - - After exhausting" ingenuity in attempting to pervert the shirit of Gen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

. Strike by fl^Boatmr#^the. Military^;; .During the pastjweeKthrfr situation of things on; the Olmaw thujpbic^becaine more alarming frohx; day tO;dii^ir Contributions were levied upon Mori-, ris Cabal and other! boats asj'sthe terms upon Which: dicy^vere germitted t^pasp, and the most brutal assau^tocommittbi upon, boatmen who would notcome into the measures of those who were ou the' " strikfe." - A quorrettook place betweentwo of the boatmen on Saturday night, which resulted fatally. One of them, it is .said, wished to proceed with his boat, to which the other objected. The fight was with dirk knives, near the second lock, below South Eastou, where the (lead body of. ^Incfrcuj Sckuler, was found on Sunday moiling about day-lights A coroner's Jury was summoned, and a posli mortem examination made by several physicians. The vcrdicj of the Jury Was " came to his death by a wound inflicted with a sliaxp instrument by the hands j of Joseph Ambruster, ou the night of the 20th iista...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

ESr The B. YJTtibune thus disposes of a ranting article in the Wukes IBarre Farmer upon the Kew York riit being ^uSUA by the milttary: Popiitaj: Ideas ot liberty. ' Ttere is:nothing that the ¦nassot^wv. more readily,incited to fight for '«ian tibw^v«t nothihg that by them is less *xxwt^jjd£. hendcfd and tipheld., Libertv is qw'tecomtnXly undeivtood tolWimmuiilyih doing what wo please and preventing others from doingwhatdoca'not , pleas b us.' Tlie discussions rcspecth^-fli ejrrecent fatid Riot in dur City developed this qoftfoundiiig of Jt^h; witlA Might:,.very.jl.5trildnclyVi.JT|»ua,Uie Wi!k;sbarre (Peiuia.) Farmer and Journal coolly :\-i.-,er.-, in ja-itifyiug; the riots and condemning the City Authorities: .- ' ; " A fter .thci disturbances of the first night, and after it became apparent that -the acting of Mr. Macnady was obnoxious t^> a very large'por tion of the c< immunity, he should not have been permitted to pit y iu defiance of theiTiyishcs.. Here was th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

ARMVAt OF THE NIAC|kILja. \ Seven Days later from Eurog. j I Telegraph Office;! fj «T ToHv(^B.)M3y31— 2P.M. jl j ' Seste^WNiagara.CaMJt^arrired: „, S^at 3 o'clocW iWjlay mom-, Sg£ will ^ due attfew York on Satur-%«S|ra brings £2,000,000 in specie and 63 passengers. REVIEW OF THE NEWS. The Flourand Corn markets have atofctfy improvedr^The depressing- effect o? the new* brought by the Europa, of large reoeinte of Cotton at American ports, seemed 5^TT.*-™» Wn neutralized 1>V int4?Hi{*ence conveyed by the same steamer, of severe frosts "at the South and West. Tlie Havre Cotton market has been more animated since the elections, and prices are well sustained. The elections in France on tlie 13th passed off without a single violation of good order. No definite opinion can yet be' formed of the relative success of parties. No doubt is entertained but there is a large majority in favor of peace and order. • The French .expedition to reinstate tlie Pope had not effected an en...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 June 1849

Important from HaytL The schooner Williams arrived at New-York onj the 20th inst, bringing dates from St Domingo to the 1st instant \ Three terrible battles had been fought between the Dominicans and the, Tlaytien forces, in which the latter were completely routed and dispersed. • • At one time Uie Ilaytiens weije within 'thirty miles of the city, when a desperate ibattlc ensued and a large number on both Kides were killed. Those taken prisoners j\vere also put to death. i The Ilaytiens during their retreat burnt Ithe city of Aqua, and also destroyed a large amount of property in the town and vicinity. 1 Captain Warren, of the English ship jFrancohia, kindly offered the American consul even- assistance for the purpose of protecting the American citizens and their property'. All business had been suspended in consequence of those difficulties. ! The general impression is that this \vilj be the last effort of the Haytiens to conquer the Spanish. Tho whole country is in a state...

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