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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

hied] r In fli'is Village, nn tbe 20th inst, ilrs. Mart Ass , Warner, wife of Gen. D. D. Warijer.nnd daughter of J. W. Raynsford, Esij, aged 3S years and 6 months., _, I Tlie illnesfi of Mrs. Warner was short—less than a week liefo|rether death she was actively errfplbyed in her domestic ptirsuits- -no fears were entertained fir her life until three-da vs previous to her decease. Possessed of) aft unconenonly vigorous constitution her friends hoped it iiiurht triumph over her disease, and she yet pe-spared lon-jer to lier familv. Iiut a mysterious Providencol hatl otherwise ordered—her bounds v^'ej-e- set - -aud on the sixth day of her sickness her spirit left its clayey tenement to join, as we hambl|y 'trust, the redeemed ,nnd loved ones who had goiije before her. During her illness she exhibited great |)atieiioe and fijrtitude, and that constant regard for die comfort of those around her, for which she had ever been characterized. In the various relatives of Wife,,Mother, Da...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

^AWCttTDEPAETMEirr ¦JI^U" s.*^«Ke*.Tot&:TOr*aie, ^^0 m^mhm.: ^^Kfflfeiiw^sk ju«8. , .; iiflRj|S%^dr^'or 'pki iln.Ajf^tlettwTJfiiide iwnt^n of tfc great meadow of-|***^«^R. W ionroeCot its fonnation, and >U v^ iM^fexMijier/ Thi* meadow-muck ma^M,ooaii^e|^L as dryatue waiter in a «M^^y |ji^4, if ^ ladpd in so3 without ^^ TO ^ g .cl^ical change, U will not ¦^»ga>J tertiHiter.1" As compared with well !,^!^JrJi^^W| Min anure, it bears the same fcllgj^Jtl^'sonrArottt does to cabbage. If -,-4y#$K>ai be buried under the surface of :tlH«ait^ it will remain for many years nn-•Hered, while cabbage under similar treat-;^ft#^iuldl 1»e readily decomposed. If the .JmmM arid be first removed from trout,- - it will then decompose as readily as cabbage, <>^rir fioin the same causes. The muck, as ¦^a^m r^ltst, is imposed of the lighter -,! |i||^^^imrtW^ carried to its present locaDty by the rains; after being saturaied cfinaqoenti jr with salt water, it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

¦i !-• - : Under Drains. The arguments in favor of tho advantages arising from under draining, have been meterialy added to since tlie publication of Liebig's Agricultural Chemistry. Uebig has dearly shown that ammonia exists in the atmosphere, and that it is absorbed by rain. He' has also shown that water entering the soil parts with its ammonia by its being absorbed by many of the constituents of the soil and manures, as well as by the growing plants. Heavy loams "and clayey soils are unable to absorb i*ajins With great rapidity, and in consequence the.rains run over the suaface of such soils, pissing away - to the rivers, without parting with their ammonia. When land is pro/perly under-drained, it is free from excess ;of water, and readily receives rain watery which, passing down through the soil, is carried off by the under-drains, leaving the ammonia and other matter in the surface soil, [available for the use of plants. Soils naturally wet, cannot be worked early in the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

—^—-* ¦ ¦ Cure! for Jealousy. The affair of jBruce who was murdered and found by tfte iid of a clairvoyant, according to' the accounts, induced a young married man whej wa^ oha visit to the city, to call on one of these seers and ascertain in what occupation his wife was engaged at her residence some ninety-five miles away. "She is. sitting in the parlor," said the lady, "audi everylonice in a while she looks out of the window, jis if she was expecting some one." "Strange" said the gentlemen," "who can she expect!" ' "Some one entering the door she siezes him and caresses tirrT fondly." "It can't be; it.is All a hoax; my wife «is true tome," intei+uppd the gentleman, whp was nettled and worried by the green eyed monster. ;- !"Now he lays Jiis! bead in her lhp, and lo^ks tenderly -mtp*her eyes." , "I swear that U false; and Fll make you pay dear for this slapder." "Nojv he, wags. l|is tail," continued the sleeper; and as this explained the story, he vamoosed, and resblvled ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

t To Farmers and Dairymen. HE subscriber having purchased the right of manufacturing and vending Crbwell's Fatent Tliennoiueter Churn, would cordially recommend them to every farmer »nd dairyman as the best churn ever introduced to the public. The principal advantages this churn has over all others, are these; 1st, it is constructed in such a manner that the top can be taken off «>.as to give free access to the interior, which makes it perfectly convenient to nut in the cream and take oat the butter-^the paddles can be taken out, making it still more convenient to clean. 2nd," a thermometer is attached to the chum so as to show the exact temperature of the cream, which experience shows should be from 60 to 62 degrees. Sd, la chamber or space is arranged around the bottom of the churn for the numoee of admittini? cold or warm water so as to bring the cream to nie right temperature without mixing the water with the cream. It is well known to all butter makers that cream too...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

STew ^ ally Iiiiic of Stages BctweeilMonirosc and Great Bend. A FOUR holie stage will leave Montrose every morning, (Sundays excepted) for Great'Bend irrj ving in time to take the railroad cars, and enabling passenger^ to reach New York the game evening. :' Returning, leave Great Bend- on the arrival of thd cars from Niiw York. Careful awl Jtpcommodating drivers nnd first rate, teains are employed on this route—and the propria utors pledge themselves to use every exertion to moke their linei pleasant and expeditious. < ^"or seats apwy at Searle's Hotel, in Montrose. J29 ,L A MORGAN* CO. :- U *«^ __ (^"(•Leask to READ TlllS ^JgS Sean5 Jfeyr Pictorial Works for . i ' ' 1 «1849. Or^at chance far Book Agents to clear from 8500 to ? $UM) a year. BOOKS OF UNIVERSAL UTILITY. Sears' Ncfr [and Popular Pictorial Works, tlie most splendidly (illustrated volumes for familieg'ever issued on tp^. American Continent, curtaining more than/OKij thousand mgravings, designed and executed by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

WESTEBRIfEWITORK COLLEGji OF [HEALTH, am ItXabi^trts it, Bnftelo, ft. T. DBl.GrC VAUGHN'S Fegetajile Lith lotriptlc Mixture. THIS celebrated, reined r if eormanUy incrcaiing in tame by the rdany cur s it it making ALL OVER THE WORLD. It has now become tke ml, > wudiciiu for family use, and to particularly recommend nt ftr \ . DR 9P8Y t all Maiei of this complain! Immediate)? relieved, no matter of now long (tanding. See Pamphlet for Utliww*).— Thii disease is a»frightful; as Choleea, and the, slow and dreadful progress of tho m ilady, ttoatiaf the system to a degree which renders the salient utterly unable to mows, (bran one of in mart disirt uing features. HITHERTC INCURABLE, it now yields to this remet y—and Ftiysicians use it publicly and privately with pel feet success. Let any one who has ever had a symptom of Dropsy, of any character, keep this article by them s nd if tbey would avoid lac aanatmrai APPLICATIOB OF THE KNIFE, to perforall the system am let the accumul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 April 1849

;to embark in the luiincW. AbSm -6th2a hi vlriUl ko Charles Watrom iEsVK«t«^o*ji2J2? »£kJ? who seoraed saeh a proposirioa.^u £TNna7ian' ifcrmX dhe of lie FAprtrt^J-^™*1 ^* !oifrr|iiENT. ralph *mmaCto\u1k^& l£ and Fla.Dcler of tlie broken BhwJT»«tT^k'^'"'™ Iriltoi [New Jersey JOHN 8KILUI«I|3.~JRS* THOsfPSON, uudi r the nana of TflOHrfSu?«Ul£ KAN ft, Co, bare employed this old mtsi, ui Sn*!! a> trslonderstand, to paybia setnn dolUrs pervSt for the use of his name. -These men bavi been iualt-: lag and libelling us a all possibls forms In hope* ma woald t notice! them, and thus bring them aud their decoction jinto-'maFket. Let the, public decide upon lie court* *" »b . to ir 1* SB lib>» cowVoowp Bxijaici1 av S AllS AV IkfRlhJa A. TkfWMt eslrsordhiir^ Medkiak in th* World ( riis Ctlraet its put up in 0»«V< Bottles: itiseuliam •;- tksuper, pleasanter, amlmirranted superior if . , any sotd.\ Jt cures aiUont uomiting, r*rg'ifg. sickening ar ilikititoting i lit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

TOE BEGISTER. I PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY ;BY james W. Chapman. | Ad^iiWpovracnt i&Casli per year, ;81 50 IT paid within the year, ! 2 00 If not at the end of the year, 2 60

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

Chapter on Misses. The dear little Misses we meet with in life, What hopes and what fears they awaken, And when a man's takings Miss for a Wife, He is Miss-led as well as Mis-taken. When I courted AGss.Kidd and obtained the kiss, I thought in the wirmth of my passion, That Id mate a great Hit in thus gaining a Miss, But'it was onlva Miss-calculation. For so many Misses surrounded Miss Kidd, With-me and my. love interfering, A jealous Miss-trust put it into her head. That she ought not, to give me a hearing, [day, "There's a certain Miss-chance that I met with one Almost sent my hopes to destruction, .And she felt a suspicion of all I might «ay—All owing to one Miss-construction. Deceived by a Miss-information, I wrote, The cause of her anger demanding, Miss-direction prevented her getting the note, And introduced Miss-understanding. When to make her my wife I exultingly swore, Miss-belief made her doubt my intention, And I nearly got wed to Miss-fortune before I could wean h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

Plank Koads. l . What has. become of the plank fever that raged so violently in our midst a few days ago? Ha* it carried off all our $8i£rpr*qpg individuals that it vwited! It is fair to presume that it is of the " intermittent" kind. Vic tee no movjmentsfof late, and the subject is well worthy inline Jiatc attention. We learn that the Plank roall from Binghautch ;o Montrose by the. way of Snake Creek, haj been surveved bv Mr. Wcntz some time ago; but no further proceedings have been had. These roads are now being made in various parts of the Union, and not one ha.-. fcukJ to prove a profitable investment A few of'the mo?t judicious in contemplation in this county, would give a stimulus to the trade and growth of our village that would surprise, we venture to assert, our most in-¦telligam citizens. What road will be she pioneer i The business once started would find, like, all other •business, uianv competitors.—Broome Jicpub. SrsQCEUANSA Ixmbeb T&AD&—The Col...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

. THE MISTAKES OF LOVE. BY DOUGLAS QERROLD. T.nvt sMs not with the ey-H. Vint with the mind; Thcnfore is winged Cupid piloted blind. [Suaktpcata. Concluded. VIIL-THE SHADOW. Scarcely dad Dribble and Wyntoun descended to the parlor, before Beatrice ran breathless into Florimel's room, exclaiming: " Oh, my dear'. this suspense will kill me—Sir Patrick O'Reilly—(ha is my lover—did I tell tou t) well—he was here to-night—¦ancle overheard voices—came up—we hid him in ray bedroom—;when uncle entered it he found the bird flown—they are now in hot pursuit—Oh! what will become of me if they discover him i" Sir Patrick put his head from under the clothes. " Devil a bit wiU they be doing that, I take it—is all still ?'' " Here'." cried Beatrice. " The same. I bobbed in upon Mistress Ruffhead, whom I haven't had the pleasure of seeing for some time—she in the kindest manner imaginable offered me an asylum, ,which my modesty would not allow me to refuse. Allow me to offer you my thanks." "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

'-%-<M^Wlfei; 4^^; ^i^ A story^der tM^nead; ia s^esa^;: tlk* rMaJh ,,' shorn of it* most impcTtantifeatwea , VMmi^mW -, which is" appended:, j -,. ,;.-tL- :X--'^d^-..}\ s Mr. ——k a mil ilimil. niln iiaJilatfh ITalajh(|'' pbia, who formerly liVed m an extra^sj iii^ was in the habit:df giving'ifeta'wih.ntty1timi -: morning, a certajin sum of njoney, >w tjM tehh »M other household] expenses of the ¦ weefc^ fle jsrre mentioned^sliisu^tonJs wife, and s*ev& ing him capable of attending to:-hMtfwa '.'aAirai1 never inquired into them. .; s^iWH-^-iidn.-fA About five years after their naiillafV <Msa|| some mismanagement , and the raecalhr^ H««sa> fidential clerk, Mr.-—sT iddenly brofc^51£ fall was mentioned ' eympnthiai^y '^ovMM^-^ una, like all such matters, their sfaoiwthy^MaV' cd. Tbe wri^tke^ the Mlhmmmi^ ml lb* first intimation his lady had of it wae.ijMwe flara- , graph in the Ledger. , ' Sb^yvalte Tj'cSnslBr^ina i -' uio u«er,un aucyveiy ui u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

1 i The Miiister and his Barber. 1 ... ¦ s ' A,certain Moni rch, not very long ago decealcd, a man very mm h respected by those underfhis government had i minister in whom he placedientirej^onfidence, ni d who was distinguished forlnis grci|t business {ualities, sprighfliricss, and *rudencje, but who p irhaps in order not to belie Sthe proverb, had one failing, which sometimes obscSres iris Better qualities; he was apt to be somewhat headstrong. j | It was probabl r in consequence of this quality becdlning too ap lawnt lipcn some occasionTfliat the minister recei rod an'order not to pnt his foot ovel the door-sill iptne Palace for .the future ;|rat in spite of this se ere expression ofdlspleasure,lthc monarch continue d to employ him as heretofore, without depriving him of any of the titles or honors he had conferred upon him. , i Meanwhile, th< king enntinued his customary walks,- which gem rally led hira past tho minUtjbrV lioufc. 1 Ulie mormng, g >ing that w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

K"^l0$i^tt6aS&r-- K^Gbffiam'.w*' "^ ] W^^imfgfmri *s^__^__. _ _ffir^_ ^ JHa: _ L _&¦(£. ' :.g • '^ j;r ;)^ ^CHA5ji£ ||Edit4r:0 \ \ ¦^^^*^ f**^**^^* W*+Wlm** tadpsaeasia^sa^t^adisisitasis^sasssn f ^.','.|FflURSDliifcli3ll84i (I• Every tnjng connected with our recent excursion toUfe <atjjr-"of New York was 1 •onducted in too-hur- ried a'manner to allow «s';to prepare any circun> i rtantial account of the jounuy of interest, to ourii rcln^^lSiiSb^-is 'w'd'wt rSSiwith'the solfeiDb'-l jpet of the expedit»ty"!whilej cClMg-toaecompliidi it,sjhd,re(urh to our; post of duty at home, in the lisStssJ^^y manner possible, wo neither took any' note, of,'the passing incidents conriected tlierCwith, r^djajwc, feast our eyes', but iriefly with the grand ai^iei»e)*sting scenes affordo f by ther newly ope audlitfcAfe 6f travel, oh' the wo; r, or the infinite va ri; c*ay*pejei:ts;t6 enrage oneV "attention in the great m^^lis,7,.Iu Jnct, our' jourr ey was a hurrie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

, *—-—r-Disastrous Fire. 1 he valuablo and elegant dwelling and contiguous buildings belonging to the fur famed country scat-ef thi late Dr. Robeut H.:Ros;e, at. Silver Lake in tlus county, were all destroyed by fire on Monday hist towards night - The fire broke out apparently) from the chimney in the upper part of the mansion, and when discovered ^vas breaking out through the, roof "so furiously, as to afford no hope of sai-ing it Mrs. Rose and ntmny Deing absent, the ^fork hands about the establishment directed their efforts" to saving, as far as'possible, the most valuable property within their reach. We understand the most if not all of, the valuable papers of th)s estate were saved, but a large portion of the furniture was destroyed, and also the greater portion jof the very valuable and extensive Libra rv, which rwas probablv the largest one in this part of the Sbrte. Taking together the mansion, the office and itU the adjacent buildings, with their contents U vjas alt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

CONDENSED ITEMS. A most horrible and almost incredible account of a murder committed by a boy of only S years, on liis father, by cutting Ms head off with an axe, in Lisle, N. Y, wmbe folind in our paper. A child about 4 years Old. a son of Joseph Wall, in Clinton, Wyoming' county} wandered into this woods last Sunday anil was lost Search lias been made in vain hitherto. Six persons are saij to have been drowned by t!:e upsetting of a sail; boat at Fall river, 5Iass., on Sunday last , < - A duel was fought int Old Point Comfort near Baltimore, last Thursday! between Midshipman J P. Jones and Dr. Jumps Pope, iu which both were severely wounded in body to ileal their Wounded honor. ' ¦ ¦ -i. >>L«.^j. -iy.UtM.0f,aiajrEgjiaabccn started -be^ tween Tunkhannock and Lancsboro, connecting wth the N. Y. & Erie Railroad at the latter place. Judge Cohyngham (bos resumed the practice of Law again in Luzerne. _ ^ Those'justly celebrated vocalists tho Baker Fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

Conri Proceedings. . As many of our readers in this county take an interest in tliesc'maticrs, and as wc "were too much engaged during Court1 week to take any note of the proceedings, wc copy the following report from the Democrat > Com'th vs. Washington Lowrey, for larceny of oxen; verdict, guilty. Si-nteucu, 0 months imprisonment" in the county jail, and a fine of $1 and costs. Chamberlin & Grow for Com'th, Bentley <fc Hodgdon for prisoner. Com'th vs. De Witt C. Roberts, for assault and battery on J. F. Brundage; venlict guilty. Rule to show cause why a hew trial s-hould not be liad. was granted C'haniberlin ifc Bently for^ Com'th, Richards ctGrow fof Deff't " Com'th vs. James j A Buchanan for assault and battery, on- Natlian jStewart; deff't plead giiiltv, and w;ls centericed to one month imprisonment in the county jail, and pay 11 fine of ?1. Chamberlin it Bentley for Com'tjn, Little A Streeter for deff't Com'tli vs. Davic^ L. Meeker for keeping a t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

Common Schopls^-U, S. Coavefltion. A number of gttntlenien in different p:u-ts of flip United States, ze^lo-us advocates of Popular Edjiciitioiij amoijg whdm wctnotice the nirmesrof Hojt Joscpli R. Cliaridltr, Hon. Thomis H.'BenWi, Bishop Potter, and. -othW,.of equal standing, Jiave u:iited in a call foj. a National Convention of the Frie^t of'Common $ehools,to meet in the City if lliikdelphial .on Wednesdav, tlie 22d day of "Aitgust next at ip.ojclock> A. 51 '» for the promotion of this paramounti interest of otu- Republican I<i7 stitutions. ' [' ' '' - ¦ TliiS is cei'tahily^ a noble andliighly praiseworthy movement, one in which every well-wisher of ot|r common country i j, or ought to be deeply interested, ulid we tmccrely hope it may be promptly responded to frpm till parts of the Union. ' The Committee of Arrangement! , of which Hon. Joseph R. Chandipr, is President, and A. E Wright, Esq7 Cor. Secrctaj-y, have issued a circular in which they earnestly rdcorh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

it is oihto suite mat cmirav Shocking Event! Horrible M|irder in Lisjc. our unpieasani v our has been recently the scene.of im appalling tragedy. On Friday last (April 27). a son of JaiiTes Houghtaling of Yorkslure, in the; town of Lisje, Broome county, a boy only eight years old, cut jott' his father's head,, with an axe! The circumstances, as we have ljearned them, are (is follows: fjie father had boon ploughing his-field!; nnd.'in a state of intoxication, ltjft His teiim and Juv down iii| a ^^sWm^^^^^t sensible, under tlie effects ofliqtinrjliterally severed Tils head from hii bt*dy. We learn that an elder brother witnessed tlie fatal act. i Tlie b<)V, wjth Wood on his person, immediately informed othi|m5 of the deed", suid bna.sted that he bad done it because his father had^ choked him the ni^lit before. We leant .that the deceased though addicted to intemperance, had accumulated considerable proper! v which is thus suddenly left to his family. Some contradictory ai...

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