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

^fie Abom ©il Muste»t~J.<'71 VThefy doorlhe'sonliof Mtfeic dwelilX! :i ; Say, nr iUspirit fonndial^ne ;.. ^-^ «.«ji'#isi,.triii;gvt,|R|)) .^ .;. And in the;organ's solemn, tone? ,7 It dwell* m brooks that softly (low, '. ^. And ^ tep as jf they went by stealuW • insca-diclls.aathey'whifpt-.rloW, " ., A"d 'wlof oceuiiVsecret Wealth.' '"'' It lives in zephry's tWUijtht s,onS,' -ffcat speaks of birds and-flowers rare; And where tho thunder rolls ulonif. Upon the stormy midnight air. When birds pour forth theirson« at ev'a ao huma'n voice is half so &weet— ' For ah ! the birds d#e] r nearer heiv'ji ¦ And they its rfflisicj do repeat. - ' ', Then would yon find>wect Music's home, •: Go <orth, a«wl list.to nature fair-^ Oet rock and'inl] and valley roatn, - For Music dwelleth cvurvwhere!

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

kja? JThe constant engagement of the publisher of this'piper in Bis official duties as Deputy Marshal, (excepting when hxterropted by temporary ill •¦^taaj^-a»Tyju%Injthc past weak.) and the ilkiesscof, -.tba present acting editor for the last few days, must excuse in part the leanness of the editorial 'J department this week A« usual just after an clec ^%"there is' a dearth of interesting news tc^bo ^fj*vil«n our exchanges, which, with this lack of >.¦ editorial, leaves the paper to depend niuclmnpon ^the ingenuity or inventive genius of the Printers. CDtti Lssne- is unavoidably delayed somewhat this f ?$$; v?. ^ press of J00 work which has occurred :\>lW*0B*-to the election. •V Tna MxKAcnut.—We refer our readers to the advertisement, in another column, of Raymond «fc Co/andVan Amburg's Menageries, by which it will be Men that those extensive establishments, now united in one, will exhibit in Montrose on Friday the 18thJnst As this promises to be one of the moat e...

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

Election Items. By a slip from Wyoming we learn that the Locos were about 300 ahead of the State ticket in that county, Wright (Loco) being nearly that much ahead of Fuller (Whig) for Congress;- while for State Senator, Smith is only SO or 40 behind Sanderson.' From Luzerne, as far as heard from, we hear that Fuller is ahead of Wright for Congress, though we have no definite returns to determine the remit P. S. Later rumors say that Wright is elected. . A telegraphic despatch from Erie county yesterday says mat Walker (Whig) is elected to Congress in that district, which of course is a Whig gain.— Th* Whigs cannot, however, expect to carry all the districts" in this State which they did iu '48, •one unusually strong Loco districts having in that election gone Whig.« Telegraphic news from Philadelphia, via. New York, says that Gilphin (Whig) is elected Mayor. -The1 Locos carried the Mayor last year. The Whig ; ticket generaljy has triumphed, as usual, in the ci-. ty, and Hon....

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

Death of Bon. Chester Butler. We-see with regret the following sad intelligence in the Philadelphia Daily News of Monday: "The Hon."Chester Butler, Representative in Congress from tho 11th district, died at the American House in this city, on Saturday afternoon. He was on his.way home'from Washington, having reached the city on Wednesday, and had been suffering for a few days from a nervous affection. He was about 50 years of age, and a gentleman greatly esteemed in all the walks of life:' He was fur a number of years a member of the Legislature from Luzerne county, baa filled various important trusts, and enjoyed to an eminent degree the confidence of his constituents. • The corps was taken to the house of Josiah.R/m dan,Ksq., on Saturday evening, from whence it will be taken to-day to WUkesbarre for interment ; A SkcnosAL Costkst.—Both parties in Columbia county were united on. Mr.C.R. Buckalew for ; a Steia.Senator, he being the regular nominated Locarfoco.candidate, whil...

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

' '¦.¦i~~"~ \ - ihb SUBLrricwi vy «-.-?¦ "; Ahbe^thamajofaym^atvM torn gaj% holds U sonwwhaVndoi^ (execptuig alWffs such Nljns apLenqarfa|id; Jftr&rd^fthe Whig townshipsba thWcougry have shownfjjjny mengertum p^^rhienleates ihetesuit nearly as usual injihia tounty. J$. seems.to havct>een impossible to arouse uVsIefepy portion of the Whigs, to the reality that there Was any chance to make their votes count any tiling even on the State or District contest sensed are they to counting their efforts in vara in our county straggles. We may dwell mqre at length on the impracticability of giving asvay to this feeling hereafter. For the present, we merely give below the reported majorities on Congress, as far as ascertained np to the time of going to. Prcsfs, along with the vote given for Governor in 184S(iii the several townships in this county. Although oar opponents have failed to " roll up" theentiri 1500 majority they talked of, they have done enough in that Way f...

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

, m j^_ Congressional Smzunarw, •¦ SVUMABILT DISPOSED or. The Xetcari Advertiser thus sqms up tlie doings of Congress: j*They have purchased books for their indiridiutl propc rty with rh* public money to a very cposide'rnblc amount; under what clause of a constitution, according to some 'of them, exceedingly parsimonious of powers io: do good, we are not informed. [They have also found time to vote themselves p*y for thonsands of miles of travel, which they ktow they never performed. They have, not with; landing their pledge for the payment of file public debt, alienated tens of millions of acres of lar ds of the United-Slates for one purpose or ahathiT, with1 a lavish hand. Congress is rarely sparing of the public treasure. An economical' Legislature is almost a solicism. "JThey have reluctantly saved the sailor's back from tlie,cat and colt! But they have not saved the-^ockcU of the people from the postmaster in the least degree. They have not saved the birth right of an A...

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

POSTSCRIPT. Not so badly beat after all! Just as we are going to press we have news from a very reliable source that' Adams has receivec a majority of between three and four hundred in Bradford Although this cannot change the resell in this district in favor of Adams without more than" a corresponding majority for him in Tiogi, (for which we dare not hope,) it shows what might have been done if the Whigs in this county had only done their duty at the polls.

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

Close of the Congressional session. At noon Monday, the first session of the Thirty-First Congress terminated. The session, says the National Intelligencer, has, from its beginning to hs close, been one of unprecedented length and labor. The elements'of sectional "stnle appeared, at its very outset to have combined, by distracting and dividing'the National Councils, to arrest the progress of public afiairs;. and for several months seemed to threaten to reduce- the Government to inaction and imbecility, through the failure of Congress to pass the annual bills necessary to keep it in operation. Tlie political atmosphere within the walls of the Capitol became so excited that the conflicts of inflamed passion nnd prejudice might -without much exaggeration, be compared to the storm of a few nights ago, when vthe incessant flashes of lightning from cloud to cloud kept the natural atmosphere for some time in fuch a blaze as to b|ind the keenest vision, and, with tlie accompanying roa...

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

i'-i * J3r i: ¥S5r S . jSK ? 1 '^^ f^W^W**^ ' fgJSTBifm Tc&itar#|WEco, pct.|3,1850.? sS-Tks Bteamsliip Cambria, Capt l^tch, arrived tt HaUfaxat 7; o'clocJf,j^h^morniiig.'' She left Liverpool on tho 21 sfultl ' j "EvcLA3f£?-i-li ^state^' c^tKeHrn'Selrity'^f^a correspondent «!f the London Herald, under date of Paris, Thursday evening, that arrangements are on foot between Spain on the one side, andP England France and Holland on tho other, by which Spain, on condition of having Cuba protected by the joint action of ibowpowers, engages-te payf the debt due,by,her to England, and.to French andr JDutch creditors' :T. " ' ' "-''•¦ " ;¦. ¦1,',--c'¦' The chief feature of the fiiglishi news has been the publication pf the decrees of the Cabinet Synod of Thurlesj in'referehee to the educational colleges or governmentsim-Ireland,"Which hsa been condemned in totoj greatly to the. surprise, of all the well wishers of that uufortjunate comrtry.; The LiverpodI Journal , ind Chronic...

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

. I^Il^al-lneVototo^ •; . I^S^H ^fe^Wof <mr Heaveni^ ^ ' «m adamd sad lqve^tbat nonrS!!?yp»'tlier '<m-«^Mtf«MrirfSnQtad ol. £&** <" 3te&8?w«rid ^.^ crneltiZtSU ?H!o Heavenand new. Earth, wherein dw«S?«» i jies of sectariaiv. aS thef savm*«^/rffe W ty exceeds the law &:H6m^^< TW?H«ii Thus none of the'seteSsiSiP^LL pray for -qualificatitku" tA ¦iTS*'?' ^-tot !o^S^ fig&^ verasl^enavokncei T ™^T">}}W,0 '}>& KotbuuXoaaysteanvscienB. «XjSl ¦]< ^^erevelatkat.ChWttaughu^,?^1 ^',: , n v rHeaventorinaHW.^^^1 *^ - . Asby Divine influence, the VoW,. ^ i'J ? catholicUtdy Guioni, transmuted' robw • *' 'Moa! ™±fcj)ei^ W^tfs ftnub, s7Sj?fS,,» ^Ajmm «ia&*&j waosmufe'^te profluj.cy mto crowiled cathedrals of JSbnL' ^^MZ^ <*«*«rs soa% their flirX: ble4ed: w^: bs lte^rkeacherk^al. ahdK than we ertr heard^noV becaitse of ih* .r*1 if^^^^^^^v^j^z vibe 'l'rothNhich,l*dytG^on' ftophS^; n&...

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

Meeting;to .Repudiate.ths Fagitive Law. Several thousand people, white and black, attended!ajmfeeting;|ri tbe=*arVat noon otuSatardsj, at which James HtanletJ the first 'Sew Yurfrmiin of Uie;man;stealers, Was -exhibitisi. Tlie greats enthusiasm! prevailed, and, tho "meeting wss ml dressed by, Messrs: W;-P? PoWell^Re?. .J&s 1\ Ray mondi' Robert Hamilton, and Be v. Ch»ri« B' lUy; all tntorcd. Hcsolutions of thnni-9 -s-wet: fered thegentlemeh who had assisted in the hWis tion of. Hanilqti and-alstroiigi spirit of resistan-i manifested to theTngitive Slave Law, snd the :«• j sons whc|siistamea: and"secured.lts. passage. It wasjsnited-that stnceWe passage of the F:p I tive Slove jlteclam^tion Mhrn»re "slaves ha;ra away thsn ever was known before, six Hn.i» reacnincithe Citv oiiSimtl*v *hr.^>ol fl.„l ha , BaltimorW,^ ^s.-';-->->. • '-,¦•¦ * ;¦¦-. _ ^OT Woodliull has anaounccd- that none of tii PolicfrwiuM akfor abet in the^aptnreof runaws and cheers we...

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

THE KESISTfitt STttLMAN PTHiBR, A«B4fBditc«i ' pui^thoabscncn^rtbejpubiW^r-lrtthe duties of his appcytocnt ajPcpaty Marshal.] '«> TBUBSDAT, OCTOBER 10,1860.7

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

Synopsis of tbe Fugitive Slave Bill. Congress, by'a large majority, has passed a bill for the arrest and return of runaway slaves, of which the following isl'a synopsis:' 1. For; uie appointment of; Commissioners by the United States tiourts in the States and Territories, wlio^e dpty it shall be to ltear the demands and grant ceriiticates to tjie claimants of fugitive slaves for their apprehension. Y , ' 2. Cnmmissitsicrs shall Appoint. as»btants to exeente their duties in the ojuhties, and shall all of them have power ito.snmnlon the pouetommiiafus .toffJmrakk:; r ¦ • . ¦. |- v 3. Tesjimpny of: «laima|it|or agent to he prima facia evidence against theifugitive, whose evidence is not to be taken';' and upprf a hearing before any magistrate, justice pi- tho pescc, U. S.judge, com rrussioocr.pr esKtstant, thettestunony of the claimant or agent, the fugitive Wave is to be delivered .np,-.,..„ ,; "., ¦ .! I - .,' , -;4.]rersops hindering the| exeenfion of thd law to be fined | i...

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

Arrival of the Steamer Cherokee, , I From Chaeres. , -" With One Afiliion Five Thousand Nine hundred & tiemty dolldrs in Gold. '¦.-,¦ The Cherokee lift Chagres on Wednesdav. 25th Sept, and Kingston, Satnrdayr 28th Sept, for New York Left Steamers Georgia, Ejnpire City and Alabama, at (jhagres waiting the arrival of passengers, tlie, .mail's bullion having all arrived. They all had steam pn when the 'Cherokee left,: and expected to sail :the'same day- • ¦ ?-":; ... Tlie Cherokee brings passengers .friom.the. ..Oregon, and Northerrfcr,;^ bullion-by. the former vessel. llift'.Orekun made.\\ni, passage" to Panama, including'Urt: landing at'five different ports on'tho-Pacilic in l^tjays'one" hour; ' = ¦ t • The Northerner made only two landings,- and reached Panama in 21 days-.and'*-hoars. The Republic saiUid 6 hours before the, Oregon/ which vessel.passedJheRJdie first night out, and since then rthtliin'rr KbnWI k\t -\h\^-i ^C1.'m iii.A »V.i ^. r.*' ilil ll'ta^H Frhnci...

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

. TTNTTED in dtte labge and varied Exnrernos, consisting of all the rare Animal* ihjw extant, nuint> beting oner One Hundred specimens. Will exhibit mt Moxtbose on Friday Oct. 18th. Open at 1 o'clock, P. M. Admission SSatS; Children under-10 years, r. 'Jcts. Among this great collection, which is the largest ever .Exhibited-in, America, is the RIII NOtJKIUJS. or I nicorn of Holy Writ: The first and only one in Amtrica smeo 1836. Tho great difficulty hi capturing - this huge and savage creature, together with the almost impossibility of keeping him alive in a climate so uncongenialtbj his habits and constitution,'renders the exhibition of a living Rhinoceros, the greatest curiosity in the Animal Kingdom. GREAT GRIZZLY BEAR FROM CALIFORNIA FOCKTfslTK IjIOXS of tlie finest SVECHVEXS From different Countries, some of which were presented to tlie renowned \ as AmblSioU, by Her !Majftrtv, Qcxen Victoria, in his recent tour through Europe. - ternm ^m?3<j>&&...

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

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

' Last Call. I WISH-to say to those who are indebted to the subscriber, that immediate payment must be made. . J, E SALISBURY. Montrose. July 17, 1850. COD PISH and Mackerel, No. 1 and 2 just received and for sale hj Sept 18. J. LYONS <b SON.' (CALICOS, Ginghams, Lawns, Barrages, linen J Ginghams,and Silk Goods, a great variety J—Shawls, Parasols, Fancy Cravat", Neck-ties, Laces, Edgings, Cloves, Ribbons, Ac., in abundance. Ladies Shoes and Gaiters, many kinds, sizes, and prices, at J. LYONS A SOS'S. BROAD-CLOTHS. Kerseymeres, Tweeds, Keotuck Jeans, Sattinets, French Cassijneres and Sinnra^rtnns Jttstin. . LYONS A SOW. rf\ PIECES OFPRlN7$,*pXeu&d*aii3>ea.? ttVJ just opened and for sale by - Hfaryti. '* / .LYONS & BON. SEED WHEAT,-4A superior article, for sale,: by:---• - , f J, XYONS oVSON.; August 28". PAFB&-R4XGISGS and:Window Curtaihs-r Wood Pails, Butter Ladles and Stamps, Clothes Pins, Baskets Ac; selling bjr ^LtONStA SON. • c...

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

PAROCIIIAX SCHOOL of St. Andrew's Church Sprlitgville, Pcan'a. TEACHERS; \ ^-G-M. SKINNER. Rector, * * \ Mes 0. A. S anvxea. Preceptress. THE Fall term or Quarte&.wiU commence on the thid Wednesday of October, when it will be the most appropriate and advantageous for students to enter. No students will be received for a Jess term than one half a quarter unless his abscenca is caused by sickness. TERMS: ,' „ - Common English .branches, per quarter, $2 50 High<* (English branches, , n 3 50 Higher branches of Mathematics Jr. Languages, 5 00 Vocal Music" will bs taught one hirer each Wtdnesday afternoon. There willbu no contingent expenses except foj fuel. . The advantages offered in this JSchool, itis believed- will not be surpassed by any in the counprp> Particular attention will be given to those preparing to teach, tho school |ieing under the pasjtoral care of the Rector. , •'. * THOMAS NICHOLSOX.l ~ ,-. AMOS WILLIAMS. '^Wardens Xj'ROa Pine Jitli. so called...

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

—^Staqpehaasa^ Mmixtrmtci^VwWn. -W. ?• THIS Institution; was opened for tlie reception and instruction of pupils, on Tuesday the lOtli or/Septemoev|niide»^ the immeutatii?!7/d(reti!ioid'alf Le^UEL;mWATERS;f&'M. Gra6%afeoii;.Amherst;-Principal, agisted bv;MiB%aiARY H. HUMPHREY of So^liwKk.araM^-p^in.i' /ioi cifthe Female pepartment. "•',. '"~'• _"^¦'¦r'-v ? •*? '¦'. -" M&s CAUdUjrl: S. BowMAsSuperintendetitof the Prittiary De^rttnent ,. ..--*>->¦¦*>.;? .¦->--\y-Mi'SS Esntr C.JJlacma*. Teacher of Mnsk/! Mr. Odstavk H. Waltsx' Teacf^ of German. s There will bo fftrw aenyewte" :tcri» 1^ The /irsl commencing on the lO^h'day of .Sept., of 15-week* • the secemdoti the Bth'dity of Jan, of .14 weeks and therttnfott thS 20tn" djiyV ofjiprilf^-pf ""'" _ PRWES OF TUITION, \ "-' -, The studies of the .Primary Deportment, per "¦'¦'¦' term. -. •¦ , ->"¦ . -'!-.-',,--^2,60 The studies of the Academical Department, «4,0t). Tlie studies, in whole...

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

'!'• :.-'--:"''tl-;>'"i*':"^-> ¦¦¦¦¦siaaawasisssM^ss tMME: feaa •--• K««le ¦F«m«dry--Wi^M»J»< rcii:SiitST^f;.«rojtrjfes»'' rs¥^ffi AitJ^nd, :a|dW*,rch|p^^§ ind^arai-vWttnand^ffPpj^^^ Cbpnef; :Wirc2.Zitic; Irc«^inaHa^5fW affies.jShlnlJe^achn^^on^^ Corn SlieTlew.'Straw A^ttersi Tin'%ai^' bora- Mor^eB^Slci gKrSh^-Mul.^H Screws, <kc <tc^ Iron ahelStoel ToIjattl^i? 1 v., all kinds of Castmgs oo haad*r3nad« ¦¦$ -,--- ¦ ¦ : :¦> •>¦ ^i^^^msmsk^ ' Montrose, Scptember,.Aa^^s^4^j£^ ¦&¦ - ^^c^ow'^ji^icte^ '.OITBLrcf'no^^lia^ i^^.'"^^ 1 "M^~ ;' tamentarj'i^e'beeilriljftj^^ 1 Mni^Ekeciltfir^Dt Ann Snstmon, Jata^J^^ lDwnshiprdeteascdrnM' a1f|«rs^s^^ mands against the Estate afthe said decedq*i| requested to present thi same for sattlelaen* il out delay.;!"-¦•¦* TdOMASSHANyON^ Ei ;•¦- Auburn; Sept. M.^le*'^:*'^^'^--' :^ ASBnrnSTaATOa>aKOTIOE^ ¦ rritLW^^^^fdPp^§ '¦ %.* tide is^rebj3 g?v*^ ,.toJ:al|:p. ci»^":ml^ hi said Estatei;that ...

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