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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

. Anti JPagitiv* Slave Law Meoting. In pursoance of adjournment, the citizens of Montrosed: victuity met atitheBaptistChurch to hear the report of the committee (appointed to draft'resolulions, who through the chainnali reported the following, which were unanimously adopted, to vr.h: Whereas Congress has; recently enacted a_Fjgitive Slave Law \yhicli vri believe oiyhtto-awnken the public. eUention—thetefore Resolved, That possessing tt" the elements of a laudable independence, wc scorn the tyrant and de. «pise slavery in all ib| horrid and complicated forms, as being the " L* pas "of the moral tvorld, uud«a- whose pestiferous shade all intellect languishes and all vjrfue dies. Resoh fcd, That a law which euspends the Habeas Corpus; which abrogates the right of trial by jury; which makes mercy a crime, nnd the pleadings of liuuJanity ip a man's «>ul a penal olfc-rice; which imposes jduties thatl a /rueuian cannot perform without sin before "God; such a law goes Ik yond a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

Self-Defeacc verius N02-Resi*t«noe. • For the Kegifiter. . ; - Hjii'a fugitive; Irom tond%e;ia h free sthte,' .v right to defend;* mself.jtoTjiood; if BCM be] to se» cure his rxu^enatTvbei-tjr^ag-.iinst atj^jforce ^whicK may he hrougit: ngajustjrum ? Ti" -_~f'rf This is a plain question, and to the mind of a rdas'onatile persofl, it seems to'iiieTcan admit bf bat one >4iiiple answer—Ves. Liberty of person and freedom of conscience are the acknowledged birth-right of every 3nan«^the very elements of the great antl primary Law of Nature', u]pliir*hfcirairhuMsn'hiws are based.— Therefore, any. law which tends to deprive anJndivulua! of these inherent right.", is utterly void, and can have jio binding force upon that man whose rights it thus takes away. Tlie truth of this position, I think, must be conceded by every one; in fact, it.has been acknowledgedv by every legal niind from Hoses to Blackslone.ani'froui that renowned commentator upon the English Law to the present ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

State Senate. ,- , „ '¦ , y-'; &" t g 3)em@ TPig-J llolrfirfaqvefS? fe * ll| $} Tbiladefl>hia;«tyj ? & ^ ^?I^ j »<v cojinty, ¦ pj: ' 1 P>. i^f^% GumWrland'and-PerrYi v 4--^ #|%"->f;' Allegheny, . , .,..., „ .. l.„-. Beaver, Butler >fe Lawrence, 1 Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria, ' 1 Bradford, StJsqnehahba-and Wyoming;,- _ J. Luzerne, Columbia "arid "Mori-1" tour, ' I AiTOstwiig, Clarion and Indiana, . 1 Franklin and; Adams, - 1 . Mercer, Venango and Jefferson, 1 16 17 Socw of Representatives. "Whigs: Dem Adam.«, 1 Aleghenv, 5 Bever, Hutler & Lawrence, 3 Bedford and Cambria, 1 1 Blair and Huntingdon, - Dorks, . . 4 Ducks, . 3 Bra'dtA rd, - ¦ 2' Chester, 2 1 Cumberland, ' . 2 Centre, .' 1 Clearfield, Elk <fc M'Kenn, 1 Clarion, Armstrong' and - Jefferson, 3 Columbia and Montour, 1 Crawford, . 1; 1* Dautihin, ' ''1'~ I>el:;ware, ' 1 Krie, " 2 Franklin, 2 (jre.rse, ? 1 IriJiatift, . 1 Lycoming, Clinton and *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

j The Interior of AfricA. { B.-eroft, a daring and intelligent Kitglish voyager, lias ytnr* ago dissipated the 'd-jltision that Cm interior of Africa is a "desert waste."' lie has shown that it is neccssii'le to navigation and tradjp;'that tl-e elitnnte j is as henl'.liy as that of the tropics generally that there are regions of beautiful and f-'v-| stile e«juiitry, affording opportunities for lejfiti imate commetoe of indefinite extension. Tliis I adventurotts traveler explored the riwi Xiger within foily iuil<.-s 'of Tirabuco. lla \\aj.tlirown light on thousauds of miles of lichlj 1 fertile and wooded coimtry, watered by that ' great stream ; and Upon the ivorv, vgetahle I tallow, pepper?, it.digo, -coltcn, wool ¦ pah.it oil, dye woods, timber wocdi, skins, and a great variety of produce, which' invite the j trade. Toicany on this trade in', the vessels I which navigate, the river it is necessary to I have black crews.—The Londoh Spectator l remarks: "Of course the fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

DestrnctirrrifHrricaite' ''ia\lYkcDs YaltW ¦ "Wj^fivol beei@«rnrishQ^ith the follo*- prf^jrittculjirs oMho ^ sj^tffuctiYte hiirri9aao' wfutht Y-isitek th^pp^'end Jof this coiner clothe .cljen-Jng ^EFridky th«f^7th Septenfjber by a'person wnSTwitnessed it. I... ,Tlifl^atorm--caroe4ro»-t-he-~we*t^-'but-JHst oyer;the pojafc where it became destructive., two clouds came in conjunction, producing a hurricane that levelled almost every opposing obstacle. Ilouses, barns, mills, trees, and lenceajvere .prostrated byvitji resistless fury through a tract of country about one mile Yvide and thfea'niiles ior& One of the principal sufferers, by this storm is Mr. G«o. Buffington, whose fine IfttlL; one t>( the he!st irnproveineiits in Lykenj vafley'; was eiitirejy destroyed, together . with; a ^satv: mill, ttVo dwelling .houses,, a large,banTc biir.tt.and.oth-' er out-buildings. All the grain in tho mill Yvas destroyed, andithe furniture ift his Itouscs was rendered useless...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

mmm^ msii^^S 1 Bl'lhc^afneriBbbt. PniL -fr' '•'" f roi§rG$irdianWtmof thlS '1U m»\m .theamYialSfj. the UnitU^J''"10 ftomSalt Lake" city, Yvith date|to uT^8'1 -Augtikv-; The-trrjop^tatiOWri at §&<* Kte^|tt *, H0,r^i The Guata^puU ^ICS_wL.fromB. W. ^ ^i leaderMfteid 3\ rnk^py^^^^t I*nkfi.<3ify has been* crovtd l«H* .-L ,u St s tn^Matl, ^%.^Tbttk±^H V.-ri.i/il2it£iJL_ -w^. -i -¦?lS'5. says: •¦ i . ^ ne^eniigrayiuii pouren i„n ' • ; nunibe -s that they raised provid™., ?» T highP ice Flour sold • for'f ont^ofi^*? pound, which was sufficient} to induce "j/*! of our Speculators, fo sell their /ast motSl and go withrM.' Harvest: conimericed m the 4th jof July, and has continued until 'tj presentl Some ofth'e earliest^i'dcesof tvh J were itijhred by a frost whieh' occurred'^ | it was in 'uier-'BloYV. . Since harvest flour 1^1 beenseliirigfoi"2o:dollars perhrttidred. Tl anTountbf grain sowed last falli!and w," was immense.- % be gr,?at rnajority of th^ fall grai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

Tremendous Hail Storm. The most violent storra of hail, raiu and Yvind, ^accompanied by incessant lightning, with continuous pr>al.« of thunder.) tliat has ever been known in this part of tho country, occurre'j'on Friday evening last. The hail stout's tvere of an extraordinary size and fell with such force as to render it dangerous to be exposed to them. In numerous instances horses were rendered unmanageable and ran aYYay Yvith J.hcir drivers, Yvhile in other cases, that Yve have heard of, persons who happened to be out in their carriages were placed in imminent pern. . In the Yvest, it seems, the storm Yvas Jiore violent than here. A telegraphic despatch from Pittsburg, represents tlie hail stones as varying in hzc from 9-to 14 inches, and Yveighing upYvards of a pound '. It is estimated that in Pittsburg and Alleghany City pne twelfth of all the windoYv glass yy^ls broken. Livingston, Rogers &. Co., 1202 panes brok-n; llie'Monvngah'.-Ia House, 300, the St. v....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

Fugitive Slave Law—a life Sacrificed. , Lodi, (X.J.) Oct. 3. ' To the Editor of the Tribune :—I have just been informed of a melancholy catastrophe arising out of the operation of this infamous bill—which occurred in the village of Aeqtiackndck on Saturday evening last. The particulars, as far as I could learn, are as fol-1oyv&: A theft bad occurred in the village ; a free black man, a resident, was accused of the act—a warrant was taken out ngair.st him: two constables Yyho had gone to his house to take him prisoner, fouud that he had gone off up the iiver; they followed after and met him returning on horseback. By this ti:ne it was dark. The constables attempted to seize him; the poor fuilow (tupposin^ ihe.y were kidnappers) jumped from bis horse and fled honaf. The constables wen', to his house to seize him, tvhen, 'still laboring under the same impression, he attacked them with a ktiife, driirminod to die rather than be taken to Slavery, lie so severely wounded one...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

.I» Fenniylvanla a Free State. ,1;. Jlhe Sew York Tribune, giving the vote in the v Senate on,lli« Fugitive Slave bill, eetx down the votes from the Free States to be only tivo, as fol-..'ldwsi; -.-'<=, ;'1\ Teasjromthe FrtiStale*. —Messru. A. C. Dodge inilJones, of Iowa. *~ . ' v The patnpblet lent to ns from !>ev York giving a. history of the law, also Jails into tho same crior. ! Dr. Sturgeon,one of the Senators from this State, i,did record \m vote in the affirmative on the eni-groreraent of the bill for a third reading; nnd it is it presumable that he Toted yea on its final passage: l.thc yeas and nays were not calted, the bill passing 4-withoUt a division. Not; we do insist thai Pemv Isylvtinia U a free State; and notwithstanding she Igave a stronger vote in Congress for-the lair tlran any other Northern State, we botieve the masses of "her hidzeus are opposed to it. The Trihme ought to carract this error, that our Senator rotty hav-y fullo-edit for his ser...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

"WOOD vmMit (bit office on account. '' WifeB we puoTish grtcJi on announcement as the aboTev (a* WB h«v« dose for seven:! weeks past,) ^ji4ronld,Tery,.re«peetfiiny. suggest that mincon What we Bay. This, cold.weatlier (where there is ^ tKr&rk toiiconnteraet itaiaffnescej has a t-ondeticy toati&m obt cot&posihm' fingers; and a.good fire J wight, !>0W|RT>d then, ^nwre especiaHy now.) tend "to^teBitat e*1 the eeasooablc issue of our paper.— ¦ • Oin't eonve xcry fcenevolerrt anbscritier draw an infcrenee t Irne cannot, will he be so kind .as to alio w his oxen to draw-one for him ? *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

TUK BEtilMKtt. fDoritijr the afmepw of tnevBubrrsFer in the'-ijntiej . , of his appoirtfcent'iis DeiiutyJlarshaLJ.i rSBVU8bJX, OCTOBER M, lfm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

There is a mrfrhnioth oX;in^N|^iy|fh city, which weighs 4*500lbs.• ; - -" <\g' -'.} Sewnrk, N* J., has rnoreiiiaii doWbfc ed its population since 1840—how having &O.S82. Vvrenty-one seniors of Dartthouth fTollege have been damfesed fdr disorderly ^ onditet. Chole^ at SiECBEKViLU!.--Theebo!era broke outhere. Twenty case* have occurred since Friday^: ' . ¦ -S ¦ MukPBB ts Baltimore. -Wm E.Oilbert employed in the Ordnance Department, Was shot dead by a man named \ amngto-tt. Eosofv Aspeswall, EsQ^Superintkndent of the North Branch Canal, Died at Towanda, on Wednesday last, f \ Jksnv Lixd just before leaY-ing'Ne\jr ^'ork for iteton sent $1000 to the Swedish Mjiscoi,<i' ClmrcH now in course of erection at iChir • - • ¦ I i. capo. , - - i . - ArPO-i. vjME.Nis nv hie Governor..—J"lm Cooper and Daniel Folhnor, Esquires to be Associate J udsjes of Montour County. \ Mrs. Partington says, that the law makers have taken all the money a^ayfrorn the people, and tlAjt noiv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

MARRIED, iTiiMtaitroie/onOie 18th inskby Eld. D. Dimocfc, Sfr.-feiio Dewitx of Brooklyn, to Miss Lvov E. - HMSCstfof Tunihahrioek, A^yoming county. lA}'8rookl^:oh;the-SpfJi.i*utai)t>by lne Rev. Ly-I tian Richardson, Jliss Dedoiiah M Oiudings of ; Bronklyn, to Mr. GnnisroPHEn C. Cii.yupus oi . -Abitigton Centre, Lurerne co. ^ 0! wedded love! how beautiful,,, : Hdw puru a thing tjiou art \ • VThose influence e'en in death can rule And triumph o'er the heart; Can cheer life's roughest walks, and shed IA. holy light around the delict."Commixicatuu.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

NOTICE. ' • The Convocation of NortK-Eastern Pennsylvania will meet in St Paul's Parish, ifoatj-oso, Friday, 1st of November. Public scrviejo yv^I be held in the Church three tirtcs oh Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On "Sunday morning the HolyCommuaion will be adminittervd.* Litroductnry service in iliB Churchfon tnursdayjeveninjr, October 31st. ^ tjOHN LONO, ¦ ¦Ocl. 2l,-I|65jJ.] ' ;jRectorofSC. Pau^Curcli.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

DIEDJ In Franklin, on the 2Mh of September, Jon.s*; son ri John Martin, aged 19 yekrs. lie suffered a " \ang nnd painful illness, Yrfliich'lie hire Yvilh Christian patience', ami aV.ll 111 the triumphs of fyith in the Redeemer ile prbfessed to love. In iranfclin, cm the SGth. afterjan illnoss of 4 days, Feecekicx, son of John and jNancy Martin aged 2; ye.ir« anJ i mwiili-. 1 SepleiuU-r 19th, A-pmsus N. G'ates, a^od 8 years; 3 tniiulhs onJ 23 days. On the 20th, Plul A. Gates, aged 2 years onJ 27 days—the jrourigest son aiid daughter of John and .XHierva Gates. We laid thee down, dear Elli«, we Jaid th-ec do\in , . lo reit. With fhy little .Yvax-like amis folded meekly o'er 1 thy hreast; Amid ihe gathermKS^'f thy throud, tlve pure white i snOW-dropi slept; We gazed with aturuUi ileep. Elite, then turned I ib.id<J and wept. T!*t little brother hlv, Kllre, in death's sleep by thy \ fide-. '. -" ' Votir fragile "haiki tnjethcr sank, beneath life's ¦ ¦ rnflled tide; Together c*'n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

PIBLIC IIESDIJE. nj'YHF. -iiib»cril)er wWiing to chtnge his mi*de of J. fariniiisr. -tt'ill sell at public '-endue at hU residence in Uamoek, on Saturday November 13th, l*,W, at lOio'cioek in the firennon. tub Jtrreding ihrrx, 13 'tWi. 2 tiro year old] Steerf, 11 )Vnrlin/;*. 12 (.>«/(•'••, 5 llng\ 1 t>ro horse himbrr Vug-7','. 1 Buri'-lll lJ!nirn nnd ««<• ' joke nf red Oxen. TEasis.—All •'ums/tinder five dollars, ea^h ; "ver ifive dollar-, nine months credit vi-itli approved sejpurity and in*ere-t f WM. iiAKEK. i Uimorni October 21, 1 ",50. v [ Farms f<>r Sale-^"a^HE subsciilier, intending; to vi-Ji ihis^Jl rari-! H_ oTt*- Cfiuiities in Die State of Xcvv Jersey ami the Suuth-Eastern sect-inn of'Xew Tort, will act as a^cnt b't the private sale of Real Estate—Farms, Uotifes and Lets—located in Susquehanna county, t'.i.- AH ytIki n i^h to offer tlieir property for sale can! {five ft minute description of their Farms or Irotl a.* follows: „ Number ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

BEdISTER'8 IfOXli-E. PTJBLIO NOTICE is hereby given to all persons concerned in thefollowinj- Estates, to YVit: Benjamin E. OiiaK, deceased; Ebcnczcr Miller, Administrator—; Eum Van WrxKiE, deceased: John William* d> Abel iiice. Executors— j ^ Oyves. Swebt, deceased; Charlc* Tingley, ^ Administrator—. ThomaS Densef, deceased; John William*, AdministVatdr—" Richhon-d G.YY-fr, deceased ; .(¦Supplemental ae-MUnt -.) Isaiah Maine, Administrator—¦ CimisriA.vA Gaige, a. minor of B. E. Gaigc, doceased; Elizabeth Orifftth, Guardian—That the accountants have settled their accounts in the Regibter's office iu and for the county «f Susquehanna, and that the same wiH-be presented lo the Judges of the Orphan's Court of said county, in Montrose, on the ISth day of November next, for confirmation and allowance. "* j . CHARLES BROWN,.Register. 1 Register's office,- Montrose, ) October 23, I Sot).! f SHERIFF'S SALES. BV vtrtie of Kurirlry writjs issued out of tlw Cdbrt oi Common Pleas; in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

SEW GOttttS. . .' ' Abel Tnrrcll IS now receiving his Fall and HTater supply «f Oooda (eaibnieiiig nearly eY-cry thing ivaiited in tliij" market,]) YvhicU Yriif.be sold extremely LOW foi ca*A or ready ,pay. ^tv assortment may be" clawed iu part -as follows; p DruSi, Medicines, cliemieais. Paints, Oils, live Staffs, Uroceries,' Dry Goods, Hardware, Stone Hare, Glass ware,"clocks, lVatches,'.kYvelrv, Silver Spoons, Spectacles, musical Instruments, Liquors, f erfunjery, Mirrors.Statiouen-.Brushes, Shoes, »tuikie Notions, Ac >Lx. Tharikfu/ fur ihe libera/ patronage and substantial encouragement hitherto ivcuivcd, 1 hope to nifrlt aud receive a continuance of. the same. A few of the articles kept lor sale are named belmv • Groceries. A good variety of Sjigars, fine flavored Teas, good and cheap 'MolasMi*, coffee, Pepper. S pice, Ginger, Saleralus, Itaisins, Rice, Mack- ' erel. Codfish, Zantee currauts, Tapioca, Arrow Koot, mace, Manna, Sage, Nutmegs, cloves. Ground Mustard ; a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

SCHOOL NOTICE. THE School Directors of jBridgeiY-ater District, will meet at the Court Bouse on Satprday 19th Oct, at 10 o^lock;, A general attendance is desired. Teachers wishing to be examined, Yvill be present at that time. M. L. CATLINSc'cv. Montrose Oct. 8th, 1§50. LOST ^LAST SS-RIN& \ A TWO year old—(supposed to be a red st'eer. Any person knowing of such an out at large would con-fir a favor bv giving; id/ornfatirifi of the same, t.o i , , B. SAY11E. Montroso Oct, 9Ul, 1850; removaE ": JOSEPH FULLER & CO. have rented tlie Foundry' recently occupied by D.ivid Post, ' and have removed their establishment tlnrre, where Yvill be kept a complete assortment of PIoyvs and I Plow castings. They are also p'repared toeXecufc I o» short notice, all kinds of castings in" their Hue I called- for in this region. Fitting and turning for I Mnchincrv and Thrashers, at the. lowest prices/ Montr-isc, Oct., 0th 1850. i-Notiee. < I HAVE <!isposrtl ef one-half IriT ...

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