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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

MABKIED, In Bridgewater on the 1st inst. byBev. J. S. Palmer of White Stone N. T, Mr Wruux Paca,of Waverly N. Y. to Miss Euusoa C. Hicxcox of the former place. ' Fall Goods. A large Stock of Fall Goods—now opening at ISAAC L\ POST iCo's. Oct I. \ tf Sole Leather. ISAAC L. POST & CO.' ire sole agents i for the sale of Messrs E.A.AO. Pratta celebrated sole leather, a superior article on hand constantly at New York City price*. ,: \ \ We can cell Sole Leather from one to ope Ibouaand aides at price* altogether unheard of in Susqoehanna County. Dealera wulfiad it totheir in> terest to call on us. Oct 1. B8TRATBD. ~ | CAME into the enclosure ef the raDsdnbercn or about the 26Ui of >ugn*t last, a red, two years old heifer. The owner is requested to prove poperty, pay charges and take her away, i' JOHN TBUMBifJLL. Bridgwater, Oct S,, 1850. n40 8w HOffHOBi-I HAVEdiapoaed of my interest in the Saddle ^ a^hWBtl,bqaillM ^ toRaiU,lrjll MlW.L wa^wfao mcompetent to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

J]4-, .^ J^^iJbmMMt .„,!.." I Pall and "Wintor Goods. B;.,-' L'SOTPHIN & C3o. having enlarged and 4p'e refittedphehj store, are now filling it with' a vdrhu-ge iuidj choice Boleotipn of $Tea Fall and -Mmfer (?oj)AJ eonristina; in addition to their usual stWc of Ladies fashionable Dress and Cloak Goods -r**w Style Prints and OeXames; BonnS gooda |lflkjiajnV«^LoK and Square Shawijj Shoe* =*«ifW(ala!efall e#te»i«i|d qualities: M*n?a fine Plush and Cloth Capiv* hvrge assortment) of Wall paper; pooking and Parlor Stove*-, Stojre-trim-^aamKa,4c.%4cj4c. .. .• - -»;. They woaldl respectfully ask a call from weir old frienda" and customers, with the assurance tjbat they, will use every|exertion to please them, with the prices and qualities bfgooa3. " X • Sommaravil|e Sept, 9th, t85a W SW.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

„ . kESOLtmON Keiaitveto an AmendmentoftheConstitutton. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Coamifntceolth of Fcnnsflwtnia in General Assembly met, Tbat the Oonstirition of this Qommonweaith be amended in the second section of the fifth article, so that it *hall readf as mllows-: The Judges of the Supreme Covat, |of the several Courts! of Common Pleas, and o£ such other Courts of Record 4 are or shall be established by law, shall be ejected by the qualified electors of the Commonwealth, in the manner following, to wit: The Judges of,the Supreme Cburt, by the Sualincd electors of the Commanwealtfa at large; w President lodges of the several Courts of Common Pleas, and of such other Cburts of Record aa are or shall be establisbed by law, and all other Judges Tequirejd to be learned in the1 law, fby the ^i^Qfiediaectora'of the respective diatrietk ever Which they arfl to preside or act as Judge*; and the Associate Jjudge* of .tho Courts of Cbonnon Pleas by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

Marx, John B. Meek, Michael Meycrsif •John Miller, mp^ymoWi^^v^mrw^^ ison, Etekiel Mowry, Edward Nickleson, Jacob Nissly^Chnrles 0"Neil); John R Packer;vJosep b a Powen;Jam^O; !Reid,JohnSi;'RheyiIif^^ eicts; Samuef Rbbinsbn, John B> RutherfordJ Glenni W, Scofield, ThomasiC Scoullef, Wlh' am Shaffner,; Richard SUnpsoo, Eli Slifer, William: Smith, William A. SittitL Daniel M,Smyser; WillsinqrLiSowdcr, Thomas O. Steel David Stewahii Cfcarlea StoekweU, EdwinC. Trooe, Andrew^»ao>;Tlob.rt .C. Watt^Ttwtnaa Wat80»Sidbey;y Waa^Hi-' i^ A WTOiajn^ Daniel ^rbeya^^otaS^V Calmont,v8p«j*«r^—Yea»87. ' \ '-' ¦>¦"¦ -V-% '"- f Those voting against the passage nf the; reaolu-^ tion were, Augustus K. Coroyri, David Evans'and JamesM.Porter—Nayo 8/' ;-"| '"i ; Extract from the Journal. ' } ! WILLIAM JACK, Clerk. 'SwaBTABr' Omtx Filed March 16, 1850. [ j A W.!BErEnicr, Deo. See'y of Coinmtmseatk StCBETAKT's Otniis. Pennsylvania!!:: ' >" • -;' r l • I do certify that the abov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

mm Eagle Foundry" Ware JBo*>nk» -^¦imoM^mm^ipisim^Wi OTSf&nd; -saAi^ae 'liii^^^^lOat^a^ Si^'<Xar^'and<' j(^)s3^'Stei^!8t«ne':|N addrWare,-'Puiiffi^and;liead PipeM^tlr* ,^ Coppeiy Wije,:Zihc,- Troh; Binding, Morticing;ij chines,' Shingle Machines;' Ploughs, Iron ScrapJ .CoKSheBe^'StraiwCdtfatoTjn Wat|§ Bawd 'bori;''' Mbrtef^' ;«le*^:'ai^9i ?^ir\Omnlte Screws, Ac <tc. Iron a«(f Steel '«*«& *ma)i-4t] ly, all kinds of .Ca*ting* on handorbade ui c*e ' -;--a*9nti^^temie^^50|<y '^ti^^i ~ EXECLTOE'i HOTICE. * PUBLIC notice Wl»ereby|p- ve^ ' tamentery hare been grwled- to Tho's. Six non, -Executor- of Ami 'Sha^unon; late of AUdr townslnp. deceased, and aflr^eraona kavaig any§ mands against the Estatelof| the said 'dtced?nt% requested to present the aanie for «tUent*otwi outdelay. TflOMAS! SHANNO^Ex . Auburn, Sept 15. i86jtt:i 1 ., «¦.•¦¦ >, ^iSS^hg - jawaxnB^^ T ' afe -£s^^'Nil^a^f £^iii^^a \^M beeisberebygiven_ toaUperaoosmtere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

..,,,¦,,. ..^.,.-.,A«atort,3roWt>^_.)(.„,,, , .^ THE subscriber having been appointed Auditor in the settlement ofjthe accounts of Amos G. Bailey, Administrator of Latham A Smith, deceased, would hereby give notfee thatie will attend to the duties of said appointment ait the;office of J. T. Richards, in Montrose, on Friday, the eighth day of Not. next, at 10 o'clockA. M. \ . ¦ H.H.FBAZniR. Montrose, Sent SOtfa, 1650. j n404w , Notice to the Public. New Seasonable, Fall and Winter Goods, at the <, Great one Price Store. L. 8. LENBEI1& Gbzat Bran, Pa, BEQS leave to take tips opportunity of tendering his sincere thanks to his: Friends and Customers, for the generous patronage they have extended to him, and at the (same'tmie inform them that he has just returned from New York with a large and choice selection of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, a fresh and extensive assortment of Groceries, Provisions, Boots ds Shoes, Hats <fc Caps,; Hardware, Crockery, Drugs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

: ¦'¦" 'TRTOItS-Oii,vaii.VC^?r.-:.L::- ' - At* F.vaKVBosr V£at> this,xCMBSPi.;w.t-—jn.«c t-< t Sarsapatill*-fur s.tIl- hi tne iHHtonS- iokiS c3';L',i„;„I, TowrwniKs Sarsaiarilta. n.is ifihrferll."*) is tfce ORH.INAL, GENUINE, and nil mat. ThtaTrrrcittimil renotioctoi and never wis : tiutwis InrnsiyiY a wcrjre.MJ) fajiroad?, M oals, and Iho like—vet tic assumes Ilia till* pf I)fli;i»r Inr tlw purpose of -ainlrjg rretlirfot what l« is'rruti1 He say!t-'1m bks aMnnded two medical pcliools, aad pnkdeed rorJiueen J ear?! I" Now the iruihjs. he never practiced medicine a ay in his life! Siieh trilfut, trieJmd ra'ijrepr^seritation looka bid to the chancier anil veraeuy of the man, - 1 wish most sincerely,-he had never made diose statement?of himself or of me. Wlien will men learn' to be hnnestand truthful in all their dealings and intercourse withlheir fellow mm I fie aot'lied 10 one Riiel Clappto assist him in man. ufacturing his inixturc^staun? the large sums iiq would m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

'i ' ^illi^ -ngjMniiii 64BOS3£§ ; IN EACH BOTSiiB-rO':* tabtaptknifia * 4^ Tnutt i)ow. a day—One VitOi ^imialiiiiig 64 de»r. u^, x-^- -; Twe««y-0»c TJnja. PrW %VHl<Fir SotOe , >r Sir Bottler far $5.n>. . plilillSiT U nit&^mt vp ™ QtrAttl^ BOTT1.BS, and t. of the samoj^tdicat ttrtnglh anfl.dfl^ry^is that Id ^10 9maU,botUn. Tlio grtatnp*riarit)t of ,1'Hrtl FoRiriER nmr SxUxt'auilh anaaH'oUierslmUnr^qedicfneaiTOaylnpomfip^aKirefaettQjei., •lood from the folidwiffic fart.! First—becanfe i> m>t «„/-„ (M»«M^e«,a.j»rl5o/»of tta m^dicigqij Ihe Pb*e Essence of Sarsaparilia, y"ellow Bock, Cherry anil Sfuaafrtw Bitrks, mnre itronyltt, more pov^faUy}£imeentratti. 'ana hzrtfcr ouontilit. of c<Kh of ihtsepurifers in ioci bottle ojf^Mhan cni\K igutKi In-vinyiliotUe of-medicine, calltid Extract of .SanapdnU* . Dut, SKcoMDLir-^becaiUte Tfclii Purifier nl«> pouatn U» medical iffiatcy ana nealmij ririua of ieceral other \ Uoots, DnrUn, imd V...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

Dr. Rafferty's Celebrated Family MEDICINHB—Ahead of all others, andunani mously approved!—The Production* of a licensed Surgeon and Physician of 20 yearn prac ticat experience. Kaffskty's Balm of Gilead.—Among all the remedies before the public, Ihia stands pre-eminent in the early stages of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarroh, Coughs, IJoarmess, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, and for all affections Bf the pulmonary organs occasioned by cold. Too much praise cannot be bestowed n'pon this remedy, and tne proprietor urges any one affected with any of the above complaints, to secure it at once. Raffertt'b Fairly Pn.ts.—The best Family Physic now in the Country for; sick head-ache, costiveness, cleansing the stomach of bile, purifying the blood, carrying off diseased humors and restoring health. Rahkebtts Female Mostly Pills.—For removing female ob>tructiona peculiar to the sex ar rising from cold or' general weakness of the system. Also for females of costive habits of body, dyspe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

ova ursi, nut ga//s, gu*n trngacunth, rad Gentia , guraguiac, gum galbanum, india. cockle, dyachla 1 salye, cmp. cantharis, dry verdigris, crude or blat t antimony, elm bark, (ground and ungrouud;) prick r. ash bark, fob digitalis, bore-hound, white hellftbor , carb. magnesia, lyttare, sem cholcliicuri), icelar 1 moss, rad aconite, gold thread, crocus inartus, sav. i leaves, lionduras sarsapariWa root, blue piW lhats adhesive plaster, croton oil. Tannin, Buchu Leaves, Figs, Genuine cod Lirer Oil, citrate, of Iron, etc. Extracts of gentian, conitnn, belladona, henbane, dandelion, deadly night shade, thom apple, colocynth, couip, Ac; Essential Oils.—oil of pepermjnt, lemon, cinnamon, Taniey, wjntergreen, sassafras, origanum, lav ender, hemlock, cloves, bergnmot, anise, cedar, spearmint, pennyroyal, almonds, wormseed, wormwood, Juniper, rosemary, amber, caraway, cumin, savin, cajiput, spruce, tar, cubebs, itc, and all the essences from the above oils. i Tincture*.—tinct- rheubarb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

¦ j ,; i; Jf etrrjOood*. ''', ', ~ j tiABEL JtfRRKLi; 18 now receiy*hg his Fa// and iKmter supply Gobds (embracing nearly; every, thing wanted in this ^ariet,)iwnich wfl/ be sold extremely LO W foi cash or realty, pay. ilv assortment may be classed w part as followi: * Drujfs, Medicines, cheipicahj, Paints. Oils, Dye Stufts, jGrocer% Dry Poods, Hardware, Stone Blare. Glass wire, doclts, IKotches, Jewelry, Silver Sp6ons, Spectacles, jinu '..'al Instruments, Liquors, P^rfumeryj Mirrorsistationery.Brushes.Shoes, Yankee Notions; <ic &c ;1 Tbanjkfu/ for (he libera/ patronage and substantial encouragement hitherto received) I-hope to merit and rieceive a bontinuaiice ol the same. A few of |he brttcles kept for sale are named below :j , ^^. ! ! UrocMes. A> good varietyl of Sugars, fine flavored Tjeas, goot| and cht^ap Molasses, coffeev Pepper, Sp^ce, Ginger, Sateralus, Kaisins, Rice, Mackerel, Cbdfish, Zanjtee currants, Tapioca, Arrow Root, mace. Manna, Sage, Nutnie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 October 1850

gggJSLNESS DIRECTOR •'Af'^WIW* Carries on the Baking and ixvy business in all its various brandies! one ar west^of, Wilsoa's Store, Tarnpike Street, ! {ifr.o?e,.ra. A//kinds of Cake, fir Weddings I arties, kept constantly on band,', or made to let on, the aiortest notice. - '• ^fi^^O*—A ttomcv at Law; Office on mptke street, one door East of B. T. Case's ^CC, Montrose, Pa. ** ^'W'BCla.—v!«orn«y at Xate—office noyed to *VoBt Room of h'is residence, two T^S* ¦ •li*'fl«'Hf!r location, in Turnpike eet, tliird building from corner <»f Pubb' c Av'.e,and nearly opposite M. S. Wilson's Stbre. >Cv^8i9» - :^K^~9^Aimi^IousTolnd ~ Srffn inter, Paper hanger, Glazier, Grainer t£ Deetor Shop over J. T. Birchard's carpenter shop yZJ™iggL<''i y,an"' -r'8 Hotel. [YOiSS »*t SOJf"—Dealers in Dry Good^ p-dwarei Crockery and Tinware, Groceries, fe^te; ALSO, Carry on die BOOK B1NDp^ Busmess, Pnblic Avenue, Montrose, Pa. ^aUDWIJft^addle,"' HarnessrCarp^t-* and Trunk Manufacturcri and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

The ImfD's own Wedding. , I *r "TOSt touat-r • ij 0, Cathleen M'Graw was as purty acrotbt* j As ever put feet in the county Kiklare; . j And Patrick MDerraott was fashioned by nature. To soften the heart of » damtel so fair. .i, in truth she loved Paddy, though not a taste had he o( riches, exceptin' a. cow and a pig. j B„( then she was skinful! of mischief-most sinful, And frowned on poor Paddy at wake or.at Ijig. -O.CatbJecu!* he'd say, "will ye heed Ac poor . lover . "' It's murtherin' ye arc with your cruel neglect f ¦ l!v wits are asthray and Vm tremulin' all over, And soon 111 be feedin' the worms, I expect.; • Oh, )«sly St. Dennis, or Father M'G'mnis!" Ho tried as she romped with .Tim Haly one day Can't ye make Calhleeo b'lieve AeTl be wed" to "the devil, " i I ' Unless the will marry aTDermott straightway l" *• I don't know but I can," said the reverend fathfer, Who piping that n.ttttnt beard what Paddy e^ f aid •• W fix the thing for ye without any bother, So l'nddy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

Letter Fan JerasalemJ j Correspondence of the Philadelphia (Ledger. i Jerusalem, May 10} 1830-Gtyd as a bird I left the prison] frails o the lazaretto and Gaza, the ancidnt citr o Sampson's heroic feats, whose gates he .'car ried io the mountains, and where he bowec between the pillars, crushing the Philistine 'lords land ladies in his last!revenge, ~ and thei near Asfcelon,; whose ruins strew the sl^re and \>y the sites of other places', that haw left no wrecks behind f by Ashdod, where " Uagon fell flat, and shamed Jus worshipers," hn^ Gath, the city of Goliah and Akron "now(rdpted np." whose smitten people sent awaytbfe ark ,pf God^ wben the: uuqnyea kine iweiit lowing along the highways to J3esheniesh, rejoicing the hearts of the reapers in the valley. Gur way had thus passed two days over a plain so level, so wide.'knd cheerful, th*t we slacked our .pace tofeast upon the scene. It was the season of flowers and the lime of singing birds, amJ the y>ice of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

! Romance Tand Shipwreck. •ilany interesting as well as painful incidents connected with the explosion and wreck of the.Pulaski- steamer, which occtired some ten or twelve years ago; are related by those who were saved from destructisn. Ainongsti others the following is told ofa Mr. Rido-e cf New Orleans, and a Miss Onslow, from Tome one of the Southern States, two of the unfortunate who were picked upon the 5th day about fifty miles from land It is stated of the gentleman, that ho.'had i been sitting on the deck alone, for an hour previous to the accident. Jnother gentleman, who was walking near him at the tifti* of the explosion, was thrown Overboard, and himself was-precipitated nearly over Uio si-lo of the boat and stunned, lie recovered immediately, as he supposed, When he huard some one remark—"Cet out the boat—she is sinking." JIe was not; acquainted with a solitary individual in the boat. Under such .circumstances, it was liatural to suppose hi would feel.quite as mu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

Not Slow. - - A correspondent of the T?o*ton Mail tells the following capital story in connection witli the old Waterville (Me.) Bank. It is hard to" catch r.-Yaukce napping, especially a gen' nine, live, Down-East one ; catching' a weazel asleep, ahi't a circumstance 3 tt I recollect of llcari!Ig,• an anecdote, a few 'years ago in relation to the bank,-which 'I !will give. At the time Nathaniel G i Iman, an ^eccentric man, was President of the Hank, a heavy demand was made upon the Institution by a N. Y. compnnv, with the intention of breaking it. ' Mr. G, got wind of it. and Uiad all the specie in the vault removed to his icellar.-and requested the Cashier of the bank to: go out of the town for a day or two. The demand was made, Mr. G. informed them that the cashier would be back the next day and wishing them to wait until then, at the same time giving them an invitation to his mansion which theyweepted. After talkin" upon various subjects, Mr. G. ventured to ask them what...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

Kpmantie Incident. ¦ ¦ .< >•¦*>{:.] - _ From Arthurjs HmttcOazcttci. ', ." ';. \ A young lady correspondent, who/takes' he wmde plume of ."Rose Rover,'] relates' the following romantic incident, as; bavife occurred in a village somewhere in Tenne see. T.ruth is often stranger than fiction^ '; I Iiave been j-laying the part of br'idc-U maid nearly ever since 1 wrote last, andbave ' therefore, but little dine left to ind'ite-tnis'; epistle. One of the; Warriages, at' wliich'J officiated in the capacity 'mentioned:'-/warfl quite a.romnntic afiair ; and^as no ha Fm;*tfp be done, I will give tiou the particnhws'i.! suppressing names, however. .'Vfteythenn-' ion. of-the couple to wjbpse marriage tfe"werV bidden, thev-;4iad^carcelyj,a^down before another stood up and desiced to be joined; by the hilif bond. The minister was much S stiipnsed,.jis.he-liad esp/ec led to officiatefciiti one} but, feeling that it was not bis:b.usj-i siuess to mquire into tjie whys...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

3 X; C\^mW&^&^^M ^^ ^p5^>^s!'a3Jlo.wa3Jb.M/pe»r^in;:5ni ,-M»dr,tficr&.w;sre..o^^ preferred that what, he snldlsuflufi^ notitbl i ,pnted Ihere. .Of this, an ainusjuig aiu«^p&lir ,.ha.f&engiven.",,.,. ;1;?;. ;ir^ fr'^^fi ,,•. d!<^nnel' was "oil 'a.^.»! ^to,,treSin3j-^p .i^H'^l'I^Q?Ispj?cc!ies of a'; mosii^m-fs busfible character," when ;th^6b\^rauSen^' thought fit to s>nd_ft«r sbmo'''s^o1rPiSSl3li praters to takedaw^tbeiarangsiear; ii'i^Bb^ fifcit appearance^of the>^yfirflitfsntjr€gp^r^> .r Was at a;meeting, at KBfltuak^l, 5ffl0 genil§C^ ,ttien were^iiguslinien ^says^ej^ry^aj^ \ -bblpnged to, Mr, Gu rney^^pS^ng^UuT^ Tjhcy came; on "thq.platfoxin^nd^ro^u^ftk ™ themselyes-.to.Mr, .d'a>BiielL jtHe^hSbi' llicm 1flI ' ii ^j '*i*!!?'3 „. ,., ,„.vJV«. r:.T-"'A^:->-r.:: lutfn by fjie har«3,^n^.saidto(tho»;ar«Hm;:|! them, ".Nothingcan; ^^oVe^ej»!n .StSLi^» :":i| gentleineiV ar,e ,affpfcle'ai eVery ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

THEKEGISTEB. ! PL BLISHEDEVEEY THUBSDAV BY James V. Chapman. AJv»nc« payment in Cash per year $160 ! f paid ^within the year, \ \ " p0 If not at the end of the yenr, S SO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 10 October 1850

A lot of Breaks. by Lsocwnrics. Break up the liannts of vice and crime, Brest rocks with Bupont's Poirder •' Break up house-beeping, if yon don't' Know how to make a chowder. Break oft* bad habits] and break, out Into a fit of laughter, But if you break the Temperance PlcbVo, You'll roe it ever after. Broak not yonr promise or yonrpata, " Affection's ties ne'er sever; Break notjhe Sabbath or your neck, -, In any case whatever] Break no glass-lamps ox wholesome laws ' Aorcrrckery of -china; But break alt vessels whibh contain The tluff that gets men &tny. Break open letters, eggs and clams, And oysters Jat and greasy • Break oft fhe HroaStaa and your sins And make yourConscience easy Break lobsters' claws, and nuts to find * The meat that*s;in them hidden • 1 But never break the Tenrpeiance Fledec For that's a &«£ foroaden. T ^ notahntinftieDadiip'* chain, } . Break not yoarnose% fiJling, j--Break 00t u,e broomstick.a'er the heads «-" orafa to stop their bawliui...

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