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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

ALBANY & BUFFALO, Ar<w Yorlnaut Erie, CayHg*and Snsguthanna Mail Roads, Seneca and Cayuga Lake* I EVEaVBODV's JIAUKXT USE! ja«m«ii^^g^^ . THE subscribers are now prepared tj> receive Freight of all kinds at the following poins, via Buffalo, A&ca, Batavia, Bergen, Rcchester,Canandaigua, Geneva, Dresden, Ovid, Lodi, Dundee Landing, JeffAon, Havana, Milport, Horseheads, Corning, Elmi«i Factoryville, Spring, port, Rcndder's'Ferry, Aurora, Ithaca, Candor,.Owego, Union, Bihghamton, Great Bend, Lanesborq, Deposit and Hancock, evera- day- in the week, (Sunday s excepted.) and emitinue with regularity throughout the season. Tliey will attend to forwarding the same to the New York Market, where it will receive the personal attention of experienced salesmen, who will attend to the selling of the same, and return the proceeds in'Bankable funds at either of tbe above points, to the following persons: . Buffalo, Storehouse of Henry Daw'; Attica, Storehouse of Hen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Ci|k Fonirr Wate Bam, JJTO. 5. PUBLIC A VMNUE ON hand and for aale clieap Cooking, Parlor, Shop,rCh"urch and Cbal Stoves, Stove Pipe and Ware,.; Pump and Lead Pipe, Sheet iron, Tin Copper, ^Wire, Zinc, Iron 'Blading, ^Morticing Machines, Shingle Machines, Plooilis, Iron Scrapers, Cora Shejlers, Straw Cutters, Tm Ware, Saw Arbors, Matters, Slejgh Shoes, Mill Cranks, Jack Screws. Ac Ac Iron and Steel of all kinds—finally, all kinds of Castings on hand or made to order, ¦ Wilson <k eo. Vontrdse, September, 1S50. T EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. PUBLIC notice is hereby given that letters testamentary have been granted to Tho's. Shannon, Executor of Ann Shannon, late of Aubum township, deceased, am! all persons liaving any demands against the Estate of tlie said decedent are requested to present the same for, settlement without delay. THOMAS SHANNON, Ex*. Auburn, Sept 15. 1850. SS-fiw. Woodruff's Academy At Dimock, Sntqaetaanna Co., Pa. WILL be open for the reception of students on -the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

HONTftlSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. u:}_ .i^.-.'j1 ...; ••'¦ .. ¦• '.. -"" BiDVnt COX—Saddle, Harness, Carp«t Bag mi Trank Manufacturer, and Carriage !lWnjiarr ahnp m Turnpike street opposite L untm4uBwvL ;. -.. . wnixuc t-cor. ^JR^tDWfa Carries on the Baking and lC»a^y\b*iine3s uiall its various branches, one 4>ae-west of Wilson's Store, Turnpike Street, Moatrose, Pa.' AZi kinds of CAKE,lbr Weddings ..ft Partiei,kept constantly on hand, or made to " «rike;<»J tie shortest noftoe. - .jl i~l;n i„ 1 1 "' - H.'WBWTOW—Attorney at Law; Omen on irtWapike itreet, noe door East of B. T. Cass's .iOKca, Mantnwe, Pa. «»^ a_r ji 11^ - t ,A - . ¦ .- . 1 ¦ ' — ml ^L,-IwlIOCK.—^Oor»tey at Lov—o$ce ' ^ Wrnurad-to Front Room of his'residence, two ^^Iwrawt of his former location, in Turnpike *' atreet,' third build'mg from'corner of Public Av-«na,i«ad n«arly-opposite M. S." Wilson's Store. .jvJiiifciffua.,; MARIL t. O'SRIFlf—House and Sign ^iPttnUr, Paper hunger, Glazier, Grainer <fc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

P 1SB 5^!!!!l lift, fN EACHiBOTTtB^!ni.'TV^«j^iS|..vj' TuaEEj3o«esad'iijf-Oiie'»o«& «ent»inblBtH^S^, ".' j- Twenty-Oae But.. - -iT^S* Price $1.00 per Boiile , ar SUUattUt /or |fij».', fSiiffii It now put vp.i* QUART UOTTI,ES, «nd li „f ,5, «ame fcciiaitttfUKtA an3 efltaicy a3 Umt In the matt louta. The fjrcul tvpermriiy^of-Tmi-Ftnurick.i»er Sjiup...., «nd all othtr tuoiliu- medichwfi may in eome meMnre be unit! steod froitt'the: fiillowipg:facte:T-insi-^eamw It J^S possesses, Ma j»Wii«i of ita. medicauon, tlie Pong Eisenct™ S^afparma^YeUow Dock, Cherry nnd Situsafrna Barks,, •n<ir<!iirfiiwljl,iaoifi fomr/ully cmerntratti,.LiiAitargj, „„..,;. tia onSraKof flifcio j>in/krt\itxadt btitttat ifUum c£kj!?t inmiv tioule ofriivwlicmB, called KibnU <1*irawa»itla7oi Bui. Secttsniv-^tiHciiaseThis PurilierahafiacL mej ical efficacy ond healing tirjuta qf tecc/al athtr \p^ ^ Jtopts, Bnrk», and Teketaliles,.-' ¦ he r-uRiFY»N'a:/»rlyw(isi of wiiich ore gredt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

'^Matter's Votav Bt it.;*. f™UJ8* I Sty Mother* voi^*owoft«h creeps lb cadence on my lonely hour*! ; Like heading «i the wings of (sleep. Or, de w on tha uncoocious flowers, i I wight forget her inelting prayer. ; While pleasure's pulses madly Hy) But in the, still, unbroken air. Her gentle tones come stealing by, And years of «n and manhood flee. And leave me at my Mother's knee,! The'book of Nature and its print . Of beauty on the -whispering sea, Give still to me some lineament Of What I have been lauglit to be, My heart is harder, and perhaps My manliness has druuh up tears, And there's a mildew- on the lapse Of a few miserable years; But Nature's book is even yet With all my Mother's lessons writ.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

Plough, Loom and Anvil- - Br KPES 84K0BAKT. The camp has had its day of song; The sword, the bayonet, the. plume. Have crowded out of rhyme too long ' The plough, the anvil, and the loom 1. Oh, not upon our tented fields t' Are Freedom's heroes bred alone; The training of the workshop yield's , Mprejieroes true than war has known. VTjo drives the'bolt, who shapes the steel, May, With a heart as valiant smite. As he, who sees a foeman reel In blood before his blow of might'. The skill that conquers space and time, ' That graces life, that lightens' toil, Msy sping from courage more sublime Than that which makes a realm its spoil. ¦ Let labor then, look up and seej His craft no pith of honor lacks; The Boldier'a rifle yet shall be * ' * Less honored than the woodman's arfi1 Let Art his own appointment iirize, , ' Nor deem that gold or outward height, - CanJcomperwate the worth that lie* In tastes that breed their otf a-lejight, ., And may the time come nrare» still i ' - When ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

A -^Leaf of Tobacco, j ' j And then my friends, just thmk there* paughtereeeiU; , ,. . ' .ij I .(¦ Two ounces chewed* day,'tisraid produce I ; A full half pint of vile tobacco juice-; L . i. j . Which, if cuntniijed five and'twenty jeftfa, i- i ike fruiu a calculation itappears,) . .j i'l With tfiia fonl atuff would sear five hogshead £11, Biiotdes old tjoids, -a. large parcel still; i -j '-or am I with thus calculation done, \ i(. Uein that time has chewed a half a ton; .j.-y-A wagon load, of that which would of coOne . j fcicten a dog,or-even tolla bored. ; ' .' j C^ld he Jiirejieet-lrat,at a single view, . | WW he was dtttioed ip hm life to chew, , I And then the products of his work survey,.v i. He would grow.sick.jand throw his quid away. i Or,cuuU the las*. " ere she had pledged to be j His loving wife,hw^oiurejirpspects see; •!, j Could she but see tlmt. through bis mouth; would .paes, . , ,-__,v,';;.- :,-• -.;., , In tfiis 'short life, this dirty loathsome mass, ' _t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

'Daughters*?Eve. ! . . , j .— t Te are the stars of night, ye are the gams of the morn, -— . j Ye are dew-drops, whose lustre illumines the tiiotn; And rayless that night is, thai morning unblest, * When no beam in your eye lights op peace iu the -breast;. ./ . v. -f\ ¦ And the sharp thorn, of sorrow sinks deep iu the heart. "''''•. -• '. \." -. I '. j Till the sweet lip of woman assuages the smart; 'Tis bet's o'er the couch of ruislortune to bend, In fondness.a lover, in firmnej>s a friend; j And prosperity's hour, be it ever confesa'd. From woman reeeive's btitb refinemiept and zest; And adorned, by the bays.or enwreath'd with the . willow: i'l I ' Hei smile is our meed, and her bosom our pillow.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

UNCLRBIII4 i'/ Uqcle Bill Griffin, or Uncla BHI, A3 he was commonly called, with an irreverent Idisregard of -his patronymici did n^>t retire from the strip chandlery business till he was wgrth something more than a plum. Not being blessed with a sori to continue l(is name iand' iohferjt his fortune, be lavished ^U!»»tenSerness and care upon bis daughter. Sweet Molly Griffin, thou we*t a? unlike tHy papa as a canary-bird is unlike a bull-dog.. His face was as, hard as a Dutch nut-cracker-— thine as soft as a rose leaf., Ha was the!veriest miser rin all creation—thou didst spend thy pocketimoney as liberally as a Princtof ^ales, Iab'ts household^ management, .1|JnV. cleBil! wasa consummate skin-fliut; tradition says he Used to soak the back logs in {the cistern, and water the lamp oil, and he was aided andabetted in all bis niggardly schemes by a vinegar-faced housekeeper, who wasthe sworn enemy of all good cheer, and stinted fr om a pure love of meanness. Yet pretty Mar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

TaEBLINB^epTTER fJFrpmCbambewl JournaL] "Nearly four hundred mites up the Trinity river, Texas, at the: extreme point to which flat bottomed steamboats ran up in search of cotton and other productions, is Bobbins Ferry. Below the river is narrow with high, steep banks, within the deep shaded of which the waters roll nojsetessly and ;Swifdy towaVds the ocean, V.ule groves of.,som»wlia:t stunted trees run down to; the veiy edge of the clifix: here however the stream expands into a broad and shallow lake, the shores of which.are lowland even unsightly as is generally the case ia Tesas. We arrived at a landinjr place three miles below the junction of the lake and river, late one night, aud early the nest morning 1 was paddling up against the s\ieam in a light bark canoe, which having btjt a slight hold i iu the water, served better td stem the eurrent than one of larger dimensions. For jsome time I continaed within, the shadows of the cliffs in comparative gloom: but after a som...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

— '". . W—" !l Lindiana. \ . V X To" Jenny, wfeen thefcun -was dowij^, ¦ Y.y ith'frantic fpsed on rushed the fejwn, ' An Uickjka midmidit was the fro-fnV tDf jj|a'uty, hulled shamcfally.| V But Jennv *w a pleasant sight, jj v When the bell rang at early night,j( Coironanding-iAize to give to lightli1 7T» magic of her witchery. i * • 5a bo^aad pjt ^ fejc elnse,crrarU !ji ¦ '- His eye-glassiais'd each gallant bhale. And uesp'rate- were the attempts h| made To see the Queen of Harmony, j Then ihook the house with plauditejjp'ven, . Then yeU'd the-throats with bravos fiyen, .• Ami Viae the roar of lions driven. :j VTere the shouts of that compaiiyt V 'it ' But louder yet those snouts did gro'fj At Jenny's,loot of purest enow. _ 1 And smooth1 as ice became the broWi ] Of Beautv.hustled shamefully. | - . . .- V 1 T13 eight, and warce you leveHed ^as s Can pierca the duBt-clondV rolling lijasa,-.; Vr'fcen-whulter'dbeati and rimp'raigiiass • Lounge in their dustied canopy. ;t The co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

H-: f Important Railroad Connection. HF I All our readers are not probably in possession of H| | information as to all the movements relaU ve to proat- i posed Railroads to connect with the Leggett's Gap ¦ j Kailroad, and which will opeiv to na new and im-M I portant routes to the East A meeting of the citir ¦ f : 2ens of Newburgh was held at that place on the m 23d of October, to receive aud confer with annmm.! erous delegation from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, K and the Southern section of Oraiig-o county, in re-| . Elation to the construction of a Kaiiroad from the B- Newburg Branch Railroad at .Chester, to (he coal ^region of Pennsylvania. Several years since au-I , tbority from the Legislatures was-obtained for the £' i organization of Companies in &e States of New B j York and New Jersey for the" prosecution of the | r ; worb; and the meeting passe^ resolutions for the | ^formation of these companies, and that prompt and i j I efficient measures be adopted to Insure...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

: -I Plank Hoad. A We think we can announce as a " fixed facf,"that ,-j»- Plank Boad will be constructed from this village J to the Depot on the Leggett's Gap Railroad, a dist .tance of between 6andT miles. We understand Ljthat a route favorable for its location has been suriiveyed, and, as the distance is short, the grade easy, Haiti the business *>f the Borough certainly requires its construction, we put it down as one of the jAlungs that will be accomplished, provided a char-^xer can be obtained from the Legislature, of which. [^however, we have no doubt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

Thirty first Congress; Stxsmd Session On Monday at 12-o'clock the Senate was catted M order, forjjr Senators beieg present " It was ordeal that eachSenator be aUowed newspapers ee-uslko the cost of Tour daily papers. /¦} A msssaps having been received from the Ho us* that* quo Aim was present m that branch, tha Chairman appointed. Messrs. Berrien and Dickinson ft committee to act with a like committee of the House, and inform the President that both branches w.ereduly organized and ready for business. The Message was received, read'and the usual j number of copies ordered to be printed.' Senate adjourned. Hocsr_---At 12 o'clock Speaker Cobb called the House to order, and on calling Jthe roll, 160 mem-| bers answerbd to their names. A committee was appointed to act with the Senato'sicommittee, and inform the President of their iorgapization. ! Mr. Tuck presented a memorial of JaredPerk ins contesting the seat of Geo. W. Morrison, elected from-New Hampshire m place of James Wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

THE ttECISTEB. fmULMJUX FTOLMtt, Aotia* Editor, IDurmg the absence «f the publlsfcer in the duties of his appointment as Deputy Marshal-]- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5,185o7

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

Wanted immediately, (OV THOSE WDEBTXD FOB THE PAPEK 4C.) ^ Any quantity!ofButter, Cheese, Lard,Tallow. Pork, Wheat Flour, Buckwheat do. Corn, Oats, iW»«, HAY and CASH. ^ • November 20. p _ J3T Our thanks are due "X-wJ/t//0rJ" for the ji information that ourfpapers ai e not received at that place as early as they should be. although his note i was couched iu language which.tihowed a little j -acerbity of feeling. We blame no subscriber for , complaining when he does not receive his paper ["; regularly. Why it is that the Jitter does not j; reach New Milford uutil -^Saturday generally, and I sometimes not before Tuesday after the day of j. publication," we do not understand. : L Since the first of August the package for the I^GreatBend Driver has every week been carried to ;. tBte stage office on Thursday night with but two ex-.; ceptions—once it was delayed until Friday noon, and at another time the publication was delayed l one day on account of sickness of one of the hands ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

l Temperance Meeting. Jj There was a meetbg of the Lenox Temperance t Society, on Friday evening Nov. 15th at the Red U School house near H. Mead's, in said township^ UTbe meeting -was attended by a large audience and yla zeal and spirit was manifested that if guided by yreason will do much for the temperance cause in Mlhis place. $ The meeting -was call to order, and .prayer^fferiofed by tho President. The Constitution and By-Wlaws, drafted by the committee previously clect-[¦ied for that purpose, was rend by the chairman of fAsaid committee and adopted by the Society, and ^officers were elected acordingly. » Appropriate remarks w«re made by several irpersona—the pledge was circulatad and signed by Bla respectable number of old and young. The tetus^perance ball is truly in motion in Lenox; may it Ssconlmue.to roll on, until the monster intemperance H«h£H be banished lrom the land, and grog-shops Rand tippHng houses, those hotbeds of vice and imimorsliiy, shall be things that ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

President's Message i Fellow Cn-izprs op the Sexate, - andof\tht Mouse of Hepraeniativn: Being suddenly called, in the midst of the last sessiou of Congress, by a painful dispensation of Divine Providence, to the responsible station which 1 new hold, I contended myself with such communications to the Legislature as tho exingency of the moment seemed to require. The country was shrouded iu mourning for the loss of its venerated Chief Slagistrajte, and all hearts were penetrated with grief. Neither the time nor the occasion appeared'to requjre or to justify, on my part, any an-, nouncenrent of: the principle which would govern me in the discharge of die duties to the performance of which I had been so unexpectedly called. I trust, therefore; that it may not be' deemed inappro priate.,-if 1 avail myself of this opportunity of the re-assemblihg of Congress to make known" my sentiments, in a general manner, in regard to the. policy which ought to be pursued by the Government, both ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

SOOTS AHD SHOES.. , A good assortmont of Boots &d Shoes embracing Men^ "coarse and fine Bdots, Boys' Boots and Shoes, WoerenV and Misses ditto—*l»d CL0TB1SG Embracing a great variety of. Overcoat; SacTct, Ticeedt, ifc, a large variety of VetUiravA six shillings upwards, aud a good assortment of. Pilots, Shirts, Wrappers and drawers—ditto HATS •£ CAPS! Silk and Fur Hats; Plu=U, Fur, Mohair, Cloth and Glazed Caps, fid! fashions, for men. toys and childreu— BOOKS Ay3 STATIONERY! School and miscellaneous Books, Staple and Fancy Stationery, Inks, Inkstands, Pen-racks, Penknives and a great variety of fancy, articles too numerous to enumerate, just received at FULbEKs, r First dour above Searle's Hotel MoDtrnsa, October 26, 1850. "MEDICAL CARD." DOCT. PATRICK finds, ori examining into the state of financial affairs, a necessity as ire believes, for calling on those who are idd'ebted, for a settlement; and although he disclaims any intention of being hasty or inconsiderate, hfi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 5 December 1850

..- .jgr & CARD tm -I ¦ New -caali «•« Wrter Store,'. 1 T^HE tubscriberhasorjepedaaewStore at Oreev | A 'Bend, Pa7cetfly opposite^ Jlaosioo Hotnv; | where he is now receiving a largeand entire caw | Stock of Goods, wlikh he offers for. saljjroo the '{ prmetple of - • ' - ' -\, ,.\ SwAt-L Paovrrs—Qtnox. RsrcaK«—OsaParctdxtr . I - His stock embraces an extensive assortment o>'/| Drv Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Boon -1 and Shoes, Hats and Caps; and Bcady-made Clo- | thing, whicli have been purchased^^ in Hew Yprk at 1 the lowest cash prices; and he respectfully invites' I the people of Susquehauaa county apd yicinity t«i | call ami examine his stock beftfe purchasing else- | where. His experien'ce in^^tiie Business enables hiiii | so purchase at the best advantage; and having. | made an arrangement wjth an vgAi hi ljTeW York; | he will be constantly receiving additttMal supplier | of well selected Ooods. < . ^ . -J Provisions—Flour, Pork <£' Fit...

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