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

MABRIED, !/ On WeJnesdav tlie SOtli nit, in the I^esbyteriihi Church at 'Great Bend, by the-Rev. J.B.M:-Creary, Mr. Laweksce Russku. of Windsor, Broome county, N. Y, to Miss Jt^nv Gstprnu of White Pigeon, Michigan.. . A PHYSICIAN'S REMEDY-' For affection of the Lungs, Shortness of Brcatfi, & ~ Sussex county. N. J, Nov. 8, 1847. Dr. Setli W. Fowle,—Dear Sir: 1 have been ir - duccJ, in consequence of the benefits received from yuur medicine, to add my testimony in favor of its healing properties. Having been afflicted for several monihs with a severs lung disease, under which 1 labored with shortness of breath and great U>di|- ly weakness, I was recouunenjed by a Physician ol Hacketsfown, N. J, to try Dr.. Wiiiars Balsam ojt Wild Cherry, wliich not only gave me relief, 6« rcxtored >ny failing strength and aUo imparted HMf life and energy to my system. . I can thereforij cheerfully recommend to all afflicted with lung di=j eases, to try this Calsani bf "Wild CSi...

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

Raymond & Go's •mmfmas !csj"^a.«3-ie:kb.k3ES9 Containing the Rarest Collection of Wild Beasts, Birdi, and Hcptiies, ever before Exhibited \ in the United Slates. Will exhibit at Montro.*. en Thursday, June 14, 1 SI 9. Open, from 1 to 4 o'clock, P. M. Admission 25 cts; Children under 10 years 12J cts. Among the most conspicuous features of this exhibition is the specimen of the '; HIPPOPOTAMUS! s Captured by Capt John Taber, of tbe ship Good Return, of New Bedford, Mass, after a severe and desperate straggle, the men barely escaping with their lives, before they M'cre able to despatch him with tlit-ir htore-3. : TOE - elethaxt xiproo, ! Mlio luis ciu.-e.i such a great sensation all over : Europe, Tvill go through a variety of Performances, ! such a= Waltzing, Ifalancing, Ringing tho Bell, I Crocjiiii'j 011 his f-re-lcgs vralking over his kee[>er, I picking liiui uj), drawing a cork from a bottle, ic. | MR. PIERCE, | Tlie. Emperor of all the Lions in the Dens of Wil...

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

Rose & Simpson . A RE now receiving a large addition to their a. \. stock of Goods, bought since the great decline of prices iii New York, and which they will sell fur ca?h or ready pay at lower prices than ever. June 5, 1849. Auditor's Notice. rI^HE undersigned having been appointed an X Auditor by the Court of Common Pleas of Susquehanna county to distribute the proceeds arising from tlie sale of the real estate of Joel Chase of said County, will attend to that duty at ha office in Montrose, on Thursday the 12th day of July next, at ten o'clock ia tbe forenoon, at which time and place all. persons are required to make their claims-or be debarred from coming in on said fund. ,TJune 7, 1849.] G. A. GROW. •&0, OOO lbs. Wool Wanted. "^HE highest price will be paid in cash and trade . for Wool at June 7. 'i'X LATHROP Jc SALISBURY'S. New Goods and Low Prices. JUST received by A. Moss <t Sons, a new stock of Good.* consisting of Dav Goons, a full Assortment...

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

Jewelry, Clock and "Watch estab* ! -' lisnment: t TXAVE yon the TVut time!r";lf :not, yon «an XI liave it by calling' at - he first door above the State Hotel where-repairing and adjusting Lever, Cylinder, ^ scaperaent, anil uimnwa Watches and all kinds of time keepers. Jewelry and Musical Inrtrumants, ie^ are done in a stale that cannot fail tomtit the most fcstidioas. AU warranted to perform eccording td ^ the quality Of the article. 1 - Just received, a good aaabrtaaent of fashionable Jewblry and Watches, which will be replenished everhr two months, consisting of gold and silver Lever nifd Lepmc Watchei\ Quartiers, Ac,1 ffom *I to 8(1 dollars, sflver Table and Tea Spooik, [Gold Rings, Ear Hoops, Cluster,1 Jet and Stone IPina, WrQtleta,Silvier and Gold Pencils, Gold Pcta, Pen Knives, Scissors, gilver Thimbles,.Gold, 8flfc' and Steel Chains, doi Kcvs, Caild Cases, Letter Folders, Tooth Picks and' Brashes, and many other iisoful and ornamental articles, which, will be soldyery che...

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

lIOiJT^SE.BUSIpSl ^HGECTOBy A. 'JftAlJlJlVmf-Saddlri, - Harne^r,' .'Carpet Bd^ arid Trunk Manufacturer, and Garriage^Trim dr. | -Shop, ou Tnanpike Stteet, nppbsiw L B ¦ Post-&Cok , j ¦- : -¦¦':.. '-y C. M.8IMnOM«^Fashionable Boot and Sh<(( maker,.oyer A. Baldwin's Harness shop, iTur t pike street, ( . < ¦' ¦ ¦ ROSE dc SIKUPSOIV—Dealers'm Stoves, Stove trimmings, Tin, Sheet Iron and Coppei ¦ "Ware, DiV Goods, Groceries, Acy, Public Avenue. ELDHED 4c KJ3WCOOTB—Dealers :in Hats, Caps, and Furs; onposit^ the "Democrat Printing ^fice, foot 6f Public Avenue. ' LIMES. Ac BISSELlr-Fashionable Titilors-, first door !?bove J, Ethridge's Store, where: they * niay be found ready to execute all orders for cut-! tu-g ahd making garments in a featisfacloryniaUi ncr. .1 JOHiY GROTES—Fashionable Tailor v over Geo. Fuller's Book Store, where he docs work in a style altogether unsurpassed. * SOTITIIS,8TETElf Sdc AVERY—CaV 1 inet and Chair Makers; foot olPiiblic Avenue...

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

' t- BOOK STORE—ReMOril. THE B^k Store wirenwyad to the i Stow fccmer^oecupicB b^.M^klterriU* Catena Hat Store, one tlc^laljoycSeSrte^ Hotel, where ha» uist-icsareccived u variety of new BooaJi among which arc ! "• -i';-'- ^53ji "^ ¦ ¦¦-: -LU Layard*s Remains «f Niney«bj . -.-,-..-...i. The Women of the Rerolution , , . . .;..;,;... ! The Family Book,;bj'Andersri^ !LifoofCh«mwellibyHeaaiy,? ¦¦¦¦ - ¦¦¦¦'} I The Happy Home, by Rer, J,]Hamilton( >:, i: | Small Clasp Bibles—a valuable article; ..; ,.;,; i Large Family Bibles, njm.tVjtota ^ ,..[t^ i Water Drops, by Mrs. Sigourtey, _^.,4<i IMerry's Miisenm,! :1' :"¦'¦>]¦"?¦- ":,-^ jTJie American'Tarm Bboky. (-¦ ' • :'¦'. ¦¦ - ¦ J;J. Leibig's Agricnltoral.Cliemiatry. - ..• -f fr 9, iBuist's Family Kitchen GardMr, A, IColfaAmericanFrnitBoot, , ,: ij• ;. iTliomas' Fruit Guitarist, ' 1 , ¦['¦!,, j iConiplete Gardener ahd Florist,/ 'S:.|-"-' jSeqnel to theMysterics and Miseries of N. Torki ICommon.School Speaker,..-. i...

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

?%?!¦¦¦"....«.¦ ... ^ B"yi—^MWEES^EPARTMENT. _* ¦ * ' *"" ~aw~»mttJ ,», w ^ -| * i-| i r^'i *[" ¦¦ 'L* - •^¦¦•eseaBejaeaattl tab • WwUoTLfit^M ^ iFew subjects are more in teresting than the natural'.laws which govern the production and confeutaption. of organic matter mjsoils. By the terms "organic matter" the unearned reader will understand* a substance which was once a part of some living vegetable Or animal, and was organized by vitality. |Once all Jands covered with forest? or other growing vegetation, the production and consumption of mold are constantly in progress. Wfien production exceeds consumption there is of course an increase of vegetable matter on; the surface of the earth. On the other hand, if from any, cause the decomposition etitaold is larger .than the additions to it, a <uipmu(ion of the amount of organip matter ensues: : The quality and agricultural valuejof mold depend mainly on the character of the plants byiithe decay of which it has been forme...

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

Mixed Husbandry. By the adoption of a mixed husbandry" says Mr. Seabrook, the fallow system will be abandoned and fallow crops take its place. The cultivator will become substantially a farmer, and no longer wear the insigna of a planter. It follows that one-third, in some cases one-half,.of the real estate in possession of many of our profession,; might, in such an event, be sold, and the -profits appropriated to the improvement of the remainder or converted into legacies for their children, instead of compelling them, for the supposed want of room, to seek their bread in foreign climes. The amount of capital invested in land by individual proprietors, ought to be diminished. There is perhaps no barrier to agricultural progress which has attracted so little notice the disposition to hold landed property incommensurate with the force actually engaged in its cultivation. No, fact is better established than that any quantity of ground, under the supervision and control of an int...

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

^JcoFknien DoirnneB. rpHE aubaenber having purchased the right of JL rnanuiacturing and vending Crowell'e Patent Thermometer Chum, would cordially recommend them to every farmer and dairyman as the best churn ever introduced to the public,' The principal advantages Uiis churn has. over aU others, are these: 1st it is constructed in such a manner that the top can be taken off so as to give tree access to the interior, which makes it perfectly convenient to put in the cream and take out the butter—the paddles can be taken'out,"anaking it still more convenient to clean, find, a thermometer is attached to the churn bo as to show the exact temperature of the cream, which'experience shows should be from (50 to 62 degrees. 3d, a chamber or space is arranged around the bottom of the chum for the purpose of admitting cold or warm water so as to. bring the cream to the right temperature without mrsingPtbo water with the cream. It is well known to all butter makers that cream too cold when...

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

', __ Jj^jfcfif-**^^aw _••'-zniit'fc?*""** *ff5^ftaM»«SpB - Bet iccetti Mont rosy and Gnat Bend. A FOUR horse stage jtrill leave Montrose every morning, (Shngays (excepted) for Great Bend i arriving in time;to take the railroad cars, ahd enablirg passenger^ <b. reach New York the same ever aing. ' Icturning, leave Gre^t Bend on the arrival of tho cars from New YorlcJ C archil and accommodating drivers and first rate teams are employed on tpis route—ahd the propri- ¦ etois pledge themselves 'to use every exertion to ma!:e their line pleasant jjnd expeditious. J or seats apply-at Searle's Hotel, in Montrose.! j!i9 ! A. MORGAN & CO. I3HERBY PECTORAL. F«r theiCure «r ~ COUGHS^ OOX.DS, HOARSESrUSS, BROST< OHITIS, OROTJP, ASTHMA, 'WHOOPIN'O-OOUOH AND ] CONSUMPTION. THE most rUstrnguUhefl Physicians in tills and other countries before whom this preparation has been laid have bestoWed upon it unqualified praise as an article of rare) excellence and one better calcu...

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

| '. WESrrjSIlift NEW YORK L CbLLEGtl 0\E[\ HEALTitt 207 ltfaln>Str««4 »«W«J«» N. V. DR. G^C. V-VlTGHN'S Vegetable LifhontripUe Mixtnrt, THIS celebrated remedy Is coniuntly incrcajinsiu Suae.by the many eure» it is making ! r ALL OVER TUEWORLDi It has now become the anli tittdicine far famill utf, anit is particularly rccotmneaded for ^ : * - DROPSV: all stucs Vlhis compliinUniincdiatclv relieved, no matter of bowf long sunifing. Ste PamplUet for tutimmu.— Ttrii disease is as frightful, as Choiera, anil the'alow and dreadful progress of tlw maUidy, bloating ike >«|ta i0 a degree which renders the patient utterly unable to move forma one of its most dinxessing features. ' i HITHERTO IXCURABLE,i . it now yields to this remedy-Kind Physicians u>ic it publicly and rtrivately wilttjicrfeet success. I*t any one-who lias over |iad a symptoni of Dropsy, of any character, keep tills article by them and if Uicy would avoid Ike «anmlmral : AWfliXCATldN OP THE KNIFE, to.p...

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

¦\ -' - ¦ *M«AkiW>4i^ •JiijAk'iiii-'''' • &ead this Colnmn cuefollj, •all S'Junl*^''r'i -^*» ^^^s^ttim ^2f »W Dr.Jacofc'ro»nJ%nd, .8ar«pmrilU. 1173 S22J. aa^tb. chtinl *e.. - ThbTiaii afij!£l •»• S^I,?» To7*!?d v»- »*'fV*-i <trw puSS •" •UaiS' J*V»,n «d"«»i«* »« Saraia#Wfiv«aiS W»lied 8$J?''?nSu'r "nddipataliaa, UiMgWauiI teiifeaoSSii''1 » ^»tcrnartoftliVirorl*i«,^S; Md a. dd W^jW'ly of eertal. nmrjil^i*|.aaii PBblieatioaa fora «^w»eI W««^ l«T*iM^*l»»# la j£cobTowii«aJa, |fe,of iy<'«". n»;an ..>. M eaipfevitjeat, ortoStTJlH'10» n**hef"ofatf* t« sa.i ..had expendeJ^^i^ »ta tari«-ailaft.Sl to e abark !ib tbe bifrloessT! 5Sfe " »» *»««"i«»i M barles SVatrou^ E.,. M £ \Jt&1*^,J* •M»W Jd» «»r^»ttehaprop^aiOI1.'ffr^.'«^Fa{ aia,, *"»rtv ™« of tn.-Proj.rictor. ot'^SSEK OINTMENT, RALPH ItJakROr/caaJS8*^ Md Fuancicjaf th, brok«u;8hi» HaiCfc^SS MAII k. Co, bare employed,this old man, aid anaM •a 4f BaderaUndTto pv hioi «t«a doifiri^VlS forlhe-OM of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 June 1849

fhTR BEGISTEE PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY James W. Chapman, i Advance payment in Cash per year, \ fcl 510 If paid witliin flic yoar, 2 C|0 J/ not at the end of the year, & EX)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 June 1849

The Old Printer. From the Boston Path-Finder.. Something of a fancy sketch hut too near t/ic truth to make much fun of. ¦ I see him at his case. With his. anxious, cheerless face, Worn and brown ^ And the types' unceasing click, As they drop within his stick, Seems of Life's old clock the tick Running down. , i Years, years away have flown, J And the printer long Pve known, j Boy rfhd man ; J Time was when step elate > Distinguished his gait, And his form was tall and straightj We now scan. ' Ton could see him every day, \ As he passed along the way ; To his toil; He labored might and main, A living scant to gain And some interest small attain < In the soil. - I". And hope was high at first, > ! j And the golden cheat he nursed, Till hie found ! i. That hope was but a gku;c In a cold and frosty air, And the promise, pictured fair, j Barren ground , I He ne'er was reckoned bad, ' But I've seen him smile right glad At " leaded" woes. While a correspond...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 June 1849

——-— — r~ — Or, Pliiladeipliia in 1776 ' KATE DOUGLASS:7 ¦ht CHAitLEs j. rEirer.sox* Chattee. i.—The Staxl-et Maxsiox. Not for from Independence Hall, and within sight of that venerable structure, there stood, in 1776, a mansion of considerable pretensions.. Its dark stone doorway, its large windows, and the elaborate carving of the hall betokened it the residence of some person of wealth and consideration. It stood a short dvtance back from the street, and ~>ras surrounded by a garden, terminating at its lower extremity in an ancient orchard of npple trees, which, with their low, spreading- branches and thick foliage, gave a rural beauty to the house. ! It was in the month of June, of the year above mentioned, when a gentleman knocked at the door of this dwelling, and inquiring for its' Iqsvner by name, was ushered into the parlor. This apartment was large, and wainscotted to the bailing. It had two windows Cicing the street, while at the opposite extremity was an el...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 June 1849

TBK REGISTER J. - JW.OHATMAW, JbSor. " # JjgURSDM, JUNE 7, 1849. ' S^t *^,T*BUo *~0*,ua ° onuBta*ioi»«r. ^ j^^Wg State Central Committee, at its lakt WMJng held in Harrisburg, passed the following resoiutot to which we desire to call the attention or our foends, in the hope that early action will be ua-st the premises: cn^*B £r*£.That '**» friends of the National and oJ^Mnninstratioas, in Eermsylvania, be requested wj»cetin the several cities and counties of the SrS^rfr** delegates equal in number to their reg«sentatjvcs in the State Legislature, who shall «*« m eonvention at .the court house in Harris-SyRili1 °^°? *¦ *" ™ Th«"*Lty the 16th day ajB3F2il£* , & tospxxpoze of selecting* caitwwte for Canal Commissioner, and to do such otli-«J?«sujpss as the interests of "the country may tfy T 0^y order of the Comniittce.r :,:! ,. . °Bb- EKETY, Ciiairinan pro tern.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 June 1849

CONDENSED TTBMB. JMns B. CtAi (son of Hon. Hehry Clay,) of Ketjtucky, lias been appointed by the President, Chalge de'Anaircs to the Kingdom of Portugal Two different reports designate Generals Jcssup andjTwiggs as being appointed to succeed General Games in the command at the South-west b^at"jTew^BRca^%^„!![c Ja ^ «* toe river and almost beyond hope of being stopped,'miuflhc' overflow oroiu city suit increasing: Two cows were run over and killed by the cars on the Railroad a bttlc west of Binghamton the other day. ! A man named Robert Yourt of Delaware co. N. jY. in a state of melancholy and ill health com jmittcd suicide by cutting bis throat with a pocket jkuife, near Deposit List week. The Pilot of the Steamer Empire has been indicted for man-slaughter by the Grand Jury in New York ' One night twa weeks ago, three boat horses fell off the slope will into the river near Hobcsdale ' witli tiictr THlcntUllTou tow-pslk U>ya, „ko. „»^. all drowned, i n A fall of a bank...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 June 1849

11m Steamboat Experiment Owing to some unforeseen difficulties in the working of the Steamer built Tit Tunklinnnock, which started on her first up-river trip on Wednesday the 80th ult, she did not get up to Towanda until Saturday upon. On Monday afternoon she returned to Tniikhai'nock in a few hours. The Bradford Argus gives the following account of the expedition: The new Steamer Wyoming, of Tunkhannock, Capt Converse, arrived at this place on Saturday last Tliis boat has recently been built at Tunkhannock, and from our limited knowledge of this species of craft, we should judge it a beautiful model - It is 12S feet long, 16 feet wide on the floor, draw* 12 inches water, is about 100 tons burden, and is driven by two engines of 40 horse power each. The engines; together with the rest of the machinery, all of which is of the most approved pattern, were built by Messrs. Itcaney, Xcafle d> Co. of Philadelphia.! ;The Wood work was constructed under (he immediate supervis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 June 1849

Openlflg of the Erie Railroad to Owego. -Something more than. a year since the directors of the "New-York and Erie Railroad fixed upon June 1, 1849, as-tlie day on which tlie road should be opened to Owego. Accordingly on the 1st of June. (Friday) it was opened. We had been favored with an im itation for tlie occasion through the politeness of the citizens of Owego, and left on Thursday morning in order to have on opportunity of viewing the country through which the road has been built, and arrived at Bingu1uTSoTlHt#*aMB^Jhe ,^ morning hi a state of remarkable freshness, consilf ering tliat they liad licen whirling all night around the precipitous hill-sides and along the-dcep gorges in Sullivan and Delaware. But on looking at the cars in which their journey had been accomplished all surprise vanished. Tlie high and yielding casy cliairs wh)«h in .the night cars of this line fill the places of |he ordinary low-backed seats are certainly the moit perfect of inventions for favor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 June 1849

A Rnnawajy* Match.^ Tlie Sussex Register givjes tlie following ijiterestin j account of a romantic affair in that region: We noticed in our last the elopement of a Dr. And -eWs, of Massachusetts with a Miss Shinier, the ikiughter of a very wehltliy farmer, of Lower "Monit Dctnc-i ^ rain, --o^l ,¦¦«'-.. l»uj|-- r„i,Lx_ coup [c wandering in tlie rpek-environed towithip of Pihaquarry, whitlier they went in consequence of nuikmg a mistake rts to jthe proper road to rjeacli the Erie Railway ;, but weihavebcen since intiornicd fl at they managed to emerge from tliat rc'ion on Monday, the 28Jh ult a(id found their way to Pete 's Valley, in (his counjtv. W bile in Pahaqunrry, Dr." A. made a c ufidnnt of p man nameil Ifibbtc, aiid wished (he latter to mtroluce him to some Justice of the Peace, or other pirsrti duly qualified, to put an end to the an--ony <f suspense wliich " Willing (hearts" are suppose! I to feel when obstructed in their desires. JJut ItibKe was a matter-of-fac...

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