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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 August 1849

"Pickles. Do not keep pickles in commdn' cartlien-j ware, as the glazing contains lead, and com-: bines with the vinegar. Keep pickles only! in wood or stone ware. Any tl.iiig that hasi held grease will spoil pickles. ,; - . ; Vinegar for pickling should be sharp, but! not the sharpest kir;d, ss it icjures the pickles.j If you usCjCopper,th4nriJietal or brass vessels! for pickling^eyer iallow.theTiucgax to cools la-tham. <«, it J2lijriJi ^rjdLi^ails.--^Md^a;. tal>!e~", spiMi^U:'(tf;alfl.rrii-:and^;^a'«up.r^ salt to.each three -gallon's of vinegar ^' aa<l| ti'e.np a bag ivitlij- jtepper,:gingeWoot,:aniI spices of all sortf'nij^i&d.'you hjaye vinegar "prepared .for any kind \ofrcomriioii picklingj Stir picklesffflccasiAnally^aad lil Jtlwre arc] soft ones "lake iheiti.'out;'aiid scaldjffie yiticgarj and pour"-it,bJot.Jpj^'.'th9'^picSies... Keep erxravh,%iu^at^&T«^'faeia''.'nfetL If it is weak, take fresh''.vjnegar'tind^pur-on liot.-r] Do not b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 August 1849

¦: TIHaf^i»bp^^P THE subscriber offers tlpta;-fi^.3ft*f»»*»j enip of Great Bend linl ttiezjM&MZGntf-* ville, and directly opposite tnp;;?n%eJM; Greai Bend, located on thoTJepotiof tliei»ew^<irKutmd. Erie railroad, and the Great Bend and GScbectdri;' Turnpike," in the valley of the ^quehar|a-river. "Ehe railrgad crofeiug the said tUrnpik^-diiSnce rurih niug in a curved lino nearly paraUclVtfh/tte sJiin'^ at tlie' distance of a few Jiundred .feU.V|witli,.tlib" grotuulW gradually ming above Kiikoad s|nd tUminke,- oVerloulriiig the jiver and Oio beautiful vallev, coniparodwitlti,ts Healthy cliriiate,:r|nders it, amostidesirable location for building, pufcioses.— The depot ground of the rtiilroad; company being located; in the centre of a rich and, extensive rigjricullura! district, «nrrounding it on eyeryi;«de with ife nianv ronds ccutering iu, and'alliotberi| idviiiita-%e* cmiibiued, atford every advantage toTatbusiiieSs popnlation. J Ah Extensive WaterrPoieer | can ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 30 August 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

THE EEGISTER PUBLISHED EVEBV THURSDAY BY James W. Chapman. Advance payment in Cash per year, f 1 50 If {laid within the year, 2 00 IT sot at too end of the year, 2 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

The Flowing BowL ' For the Register. O give me a bowl of good old wine, Pressed from the fruit of the fragrant Tine; It warms the heart, it gladdens the soul, There's nothing so good as the flowing bowl—^ Crowned with the juice of the fruit the while,' That blooms in lone Madeira's Isle. Lovers of wealth may seek for the gold Which California's minca enfold; Aye,, cross o'er the boundless surging main, And there toil and drudge fur filthy gain—May lay up their stores of wealth untold; Yet, still their hearts are scared and cold—While mine is as free as the waves that roll. Warmed by the wine from the flowing bowl They may have their gold, but I am codtent, _If I am not worth the first red cent—Only a fip patt'd me, that is mine, To buy me a glass of rosy wine, i Ye lovers of fame to war mav go , And seek for death amid the foe—' Rush 'mid the battle's fiercest shock,. [rock; ' Till the air grows thick and the mountains ¦ Where the living men regardless tread. On .the torn br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

For the Susquehanna Register, ¦ . M«. JJmtor :—I do not anticipate that the origin ' if any great rerouting. »_ , ¦r. ... m ... ¦ ^ _.M ,1 raced to my humble selfj still, as. in our country' every person is entitled fo~a~hejBrfisg--~ifr+.. ^>»,.„ _J.„j rious topics of interest, to the " sovprcigh People." j it may .not be improper through the medium of j rmir excellent paper, to offer a few remarks upon j the system of common school education (as estabfished in our own'state. It can hardly (be admitted that the majority of community, deeply interested as they are in the success-of this institution, can.be fully aware of the fact, that our common whoollaw is totally defective in detauj if not in principle, and of course falls far short of fulfilling the desired and designed end. True, sonic of its provisions may be wholesome and salutary, and probacy the whole was designed to be, but it Is with this-as it is with everything else—l " One sickly sheep infecU the flockj. An...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

From Chamber's Ediiiburg Journal An Affair of Honor. I am reminded by a recent article in the Journal, of the single combats which in former times were wont to defile the green'turf of my native island. Of course I need, not name that Island; the two simple ideas of ','fighting" and "green," wiU infal Ubly suggest to"the Jeast logical intellect in Great Britian.a compound one representing the locality iutended. But altough the progress of civilzation in my country has, through many painful causes, been wofully retarded, yet tliere & some comfort in reflecting, that the enormity of duelling, mav be classed among tlie things tliat« have been, and are not." I will,- however, for the amusement of my readers, relate (he history of an affciir of honor which took place in a district of Munster, some sixty or seventy years ago. Albeit, a wild locality, so far us the natural features ol the landscape were concerned, yet the vicinity of Banuigoro, as, for the double 'reason of c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

, letter fom Major ^acjc,Downing.! ! n ., fl"" o»t:SAL* Riven ^July 18,1849L U i W'- "cT?t ^Wlt.Jwcin fromwntingto ^ou no longer. lUtsiy ^ gettinimost but of patience up1 hWe in this Sidt ri^-r territory.-and ^^ bepmimgto feel a goo,! deal dKappointed to tldnk.He.iernl.TayUir is> holding on to'tbe Presidency. s<, long. I wa* in hopes after youcbhcluded to s ay .Town %rc> \fashfng(.«, awl fight the kittle onktiint Voa would routeil him oqt by tins time ami gm.oin- partv a cIbuicc to come back -again. Not that rye got toy thing agin Gineral Taylor; and I don't *ihv but what he's a clever sort ofa man enough ^and foul well in Mexico; mid I don t know but lie and the folks round him is cari rymg on the Oovenituent air smooth and rojnilal Hut all that's nothing the pint The whole in* -of-the argnmi'iit is they've got'our places, and we w-nut em. 1 Ins Salt river-country Ls a tiresome , place to stray m. , 4ml'we've been awaitini here | n"%i> '"'H'ber of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

farmer "tliorow^ tt. •:' :$& Teiirs ago—and for ought we ti»ow,|it stdl «x.W# lsts-^-there w:ts[:a statue in vogue in. N«Jw Hanip-^P dure; legislating the anmial election ofiliog:'Jtev*i'^ throughout thcKtowns in that State.-Ijrhe^biBecMS wiis a lucrativcione in some places, Uiough it waalSlfe generally madcJojiprobribus, and thq ^ most obnax-sW' ionsuulivMuttbJiiu the coimnuriity weronauaUvsa-TSW lucted to fill this post ^ j -4 If- -'•'"•'¦'3.^MJ Farmer 'Hiorbw rcsuled in a small ioW aboveSfJii ^ishun, and prided himself upon the neatness -otPWlp his cattle, the cleanliness of his fields, the symme--M|Si try of his fencel and the thriftineas of lu^ orchards ^4^ —but farmer % \vas a nervous man, penurious audi' Jw idose-fisted. \- -. ..:i{ij'«'V. .. iatejjj Waking early one morning, lie disebvered-'on a'S^ sudden, from \m cliamber window, tliat four lanto^Si hogs had brokdti into a nice young Orchard of rascal pjst below the [Jioase, and m luY nsW* excitableim manner, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

A FRAGMENT. Fot the Susqueiiatina Bcaister. From "mountain iSetno," an unpublished Worl: BT athehtox FKttnV. •^ *. * *. There is an unspeakable poetry about mountains. ', There is a cnboUstical lore coming down, from the olden time, retained as it were' by the mountain spright, in the| hidden recess, in. the deep dark glen, in the fitful shadow as it hovers about the dork evergreen on the distant height.— It is whispered of by the winds as they go sighing, through the tall trees; the rivulet dancing down the mountain gorge, babbles, forth the fairy tale;—they are songs of the mountain,—they ore teachings to tlie heart of the past,—they adumbrate the dun regions vf the future. 1 O ye watch-towers of nations! ye monuments built of the Eternal architect! -tlie glorious sungildeth your time worn crests—too' Wafers of ojd ocean surge ceaseless at your feet. But still you stand, impervious, unmoved, solemn and sublime forever. A thousand limpid rills gusli up from your inmost bo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

sP?H The Whig Nominations. : UmI While, the dominant party in view of their usual SHSJM majority, m this county, consider a nominal iuu by 8KM their caucus machinery s6 tantamount to an elec-R-gB tion, their candidates are generally of course from jIlKS * class of men who in their eager pursuit of office, JJKsM make every exertion through the mananrrering of jgfiljU themselves and their friends for .months previous, HHaA to secure delegates of the right stamp, awl up to isSraja the time of their meeting, their friends and mona-^Bp3 gers ar p bargaining and intriguing—buying and Marj&sfl selling, (if we may believe what tlicy say of e-.icl> ijf&jrsl other,) the Whigs have no such motives for intrigne saljfsl or corniption in the- selection of their candidates. ^^^a but s trive only to select tlie most suitable names fp^jgS'to put forwArd as their candidates. figgM T/bbaxi? Bracows, our candidate for Hcprcscn-»1kM tative for this county .is too well known ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

\ Btnw for the Korth Branch! An article weipublish from the Wilkesoarre Advocate shows that Mr;Ball, our state Treasurer,has ^ actiuiUy made areport that there is more than the. requisite suiri in!the SSrjJaswy. to make an appro-' pnatipn tp^th<^jrortk^Jradch. » Wht fos Uwtreid!! fricJiiJ-of ^ the woiknowV«ur WhigkateTreuSurtir ortiwLocoAi^or.Gcncrall "ftue Gen.EursU anechas at last been compelled to admit that there is the requisite sum'; but it seems lie first reported ottty 82726, and an a second calculation made S22,-72)5 (a, difference of twenty thousartd) and finaTly on a third trial made out togetijt up 8152,000 by the! trifling addition of nearly $180,0001 When compelled to admit the requisite sum, it seems that Jesse Miller the head financier of the Locos sent a despatch to Towanda tliat he had done so, adding, " It is thought tluxt ilr. B.dl, the state Treasurer will concur in the report!"—just as if Mr. Ball-was not already first iu making such a favorable re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

CONDENSED ITEMS. A fellow named John D. Taylor,, (said to be known as a peddler in these diggings) : broke jail and escaped from Norwich, N. Y., on' the night of the 1st inst for whose apprehension the^Sheriff of Chenango county offers a reward of ?100. He is described as being about 6J feet high, of hght complexion, hrown hair, dark eyes, <vc A son pf Andrew Campbell of Carbondalc about 1S years Of age, in attempting to jump on a train of cars while in motion last week, fell between them and was carried on some distance, and seriously wounded by a splinter of Wood running thro' his tlugli. An Irishman named Donovan was killed (or so injured a4 to;cause his death afterwards) near Owego lately by a-dissolute fellow named Guile, who has been arrested for the crime. Frederick Smith has been tried for the murder of Frederick Foster, in Franklin county, and found guilty. Enthusiastic and immensely attended meetings have been held, both in Philadelphia and New Turk in behal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

Invitation to Gen. Taylor to visit Wyoming Valley. Tho Committee appointedat the Into meeting at Wilkcsbarre, to invite the President, if compatible with his engagements, to visit the Wyoming Valley, liave received a reply. It is not impossible jjlat tlie host of friends of " Old Zach" in this region will have a chance of greeting him, and our worthy Governor. So mote it bo. The following letters have been received by the chairman of the committee : , , Harrisbiirg' Pa^ Aug 12, 1849. Gemi-kmex :—I have received with much pleasure vour invitation, in'behalf of the Citizens of Luzerne County, Pcna. to visit your section: of country. It would be a source of much gratification to me, to examine the Mineral wealth, and meet my fellow citizens in the beautiful Valley of Wyoming—should time permit, I will notify you. Your, kind allusion to my services in thc'field are cordially'appreciated, and; I beg leave to assure yon of my respect and esteem. Yours respectfully, Geourk O; TV .\i....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

North Branch Canal. ljvst wcck we made. uie grnmvmg announcement that the necessary report had been made to the Governor, showing mohev enough in the Treasury to secure its appropriation to the North Branch Canal, and which uy a late Law, became an appropriation to tluit object. There are some facts connected with that report, which ought to be made known to the people—Ought to be clearly exposed!" We liave a slight hint of them, not sufficiently full and authentic, to enable us to state them, but fo Cir as the hints are tangible, wc fcel it a duty to state them. Our readers, wc think are awarenthat wc never -make' declarations without good, and sufficient reasons.— They may be assured we have reason for believing the facts we give in this article. The following are tlie Sections of Law pertaining to tlie North Branch Canal: 34. Tliat the Canal Commissioner be and they arc hereby authorized to appoint a competent engineer anil superintendent, to. construct and superintend the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

kiiuw noiuuiauoii Canal tonimissloner, V ,WO never a more guircruiiy upproved by a party, than is [that of Mr. j Fuller for Canal Commissioner. 'Not "merely at;home, but in every part of tlie State, thb nomination is hailed with a cordiality that imgi|rs well for October.— Among tire inaiiy kiiidly nMiccs of him in papers, there is occasionally orte irr n pttper of the opposite party, showing tliat i in soiie other parts of the State, ns Well as in liis owttfCounty, tliere is a dis-\ position to give liim votes irom' the ranks of the other party. That this will be the case we have no doubt. At home it will be the case to a considerable extent. His vote in Luzerne, and in neighboring Counties, judging from present indications, will be a strong one. '.The voters of the state would but bo true to their) interests to elect him by an overwhelming majority. ' They have abundant evidence of tho impertanee of having men of both political par ties in-theiCnnnl Board. Unless n Whig is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

c fcJ'-x---tHk«pJ[|grir.j.- ... '. H : -. The Fourth Armuat-Cattfo Show and f aurof the SocietyL'feff'thai pronS|on |tAgricnlture and tho' Mechanic Arts in Sus^hapn County, will beheld on tSjesday ^li4Wth^ Kyj 6| October *ext, at Mo^trcros in'corniecT^ with' ifi"e»rair,1he Society ha? determined- to have this, yfsat. a Plowing Match, whiclt-will take,place on j&day tlie 15th of October, the day preceding thb nsual-exliibition. " The Pommitteo deem -tlje occasion of this announcement a fitting time! tqi coU the particular attentionpfthu .fen«3jgg^^i|?™*yA!^4 jtoteJS?l ani interest'in the general' phsperity of our flourishing.C|)unty, totlie >^4ht .iuhtt andl«»nf*ofthe society, and tc?»oiicit their i|lH free, and zealouaco opcrutioh. The object, ahdfi)rt/y object of this society, is the promotion of tlje interests of all the people of the County—-its; ami is, to 'Sncoucaga a spirit of; honest and- commendable Jivalry which shall rise above mere selfishness,'lookin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

-- ¦•q^ ^ »¦;! ",::'-"-^—- a ,. . '^^gSBgg W l iAniraioffitlK! ^aleddnk. 1. iTEST FitOH EUROPE. #Tie! iealoiinia a|rjved|at Boston on \ ^.H^^rinCTg-pwSifcm:. Liveifpoolftin to-tUeh.8tU nit /I . ^..^^.^..^^ _". Tr' great!" BMTAm"" -" 'f' I In England, wi politics were nevek I abe^ante more tharf0f this^moment, 'A&. I teres>.fef tbefroMHsit'toilrelana havL 3 .E^;ra-4fefedon 8?W fi^Wn .^»ngCtheF coluC 1 \nw,any:attractive tnitttcr. ,..-.... J ^ 1 f TheQueen's ^itp^relandbasfetibln^y 1 with the;same enthusiastic -delight "¦^.I which! :t commenctd. Her Msrjesty a/L I visiting tho Duke pf Keister al GartonM, 1 the lOtlrinst., returned to Dublin and tlk 1 proceeclsd.to Kingston, wh|re she"eml>aSej 1 mthecs-ening. T^-fareweU of the Dullij 1 folks, s^smsfto have!been of a most animatoi' I "and chi;alroti8 cimrtcter the Queen: ackn|i>. I ledging the testimpiials of loyalty expressed by ;the nnltitndfes; jrbuA*' witnessed her eh). barkation-with i^ore thaa* a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

THE Ri:<iISTEIt. J. W. CHAPMAN, Editor. .; • THURSDAY,:jUGUST?3<£ 1849.^ rorCani«i Ciiramiflsionwi HENRY M. FULLER, OF 'LUZEItKE COVSTY. ¦' ItETRESESTATlVES, , ,: UBBANE BURROWS^ of Gibson. "" COM\ftSSIOKElt, JOSEPH HYDE, of FrienJaville. M^^M-v-i ''' ¦' TREASli'HEk. ^P €EORGE BACKUS, of, Bridgewater. Wje£ M . ^H ' atjditok Foii 3 ve.vhs. H BENJAMN WARTCOUS, of Herrici ^^ .< ' ' AUDITOR FOfc 2 YE4WS. ym SAMUEL A. TsKVTYOyi , of Brooklyn,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 September 1849

l ^lferfrbisSaliPmlteisi^T 1 Sas FnAKCisck Junc/liJ^l^fl!,; As you see by the Ibove^dat&tiyiyeat ^ last arrived rit San Frahcisco and liasten to i gvveyousucliitemsof intelligence, as I have a been able W gather ^ atnid the confusion of 1 landing and ^tainlng lor^rtablequarters. 1 I arrivedJierim, tUestejarner Oregon on tha I mqrnirig of ;Jnnp^;i^f after a pleasant and-I w^oyta^lo'[^)^''^|yi who come hero J seemjto^Mit ^ it.^vSlege to tdljof UiC; hiige sighyiiffi^ ltavo feebfl^ .andi^xiiijdjt^s I well "hfegw"^0 J^i ose ti|it|ga ;wy<jfi Sto^fei j rrie iqos^''. Immediatelyajfter landing,tsaw, ^ a'itata %Wmm' pinb apples""fcr^^'arid, J anoOier sv>ld|; thirty-^voHQr t96 perdoj. .V\ ma^'^Idrthat'Atot of onions soldvforijcte. i each; and the common ^nce rf im or^go 'is'." 50"'"cts.'''''''W^^:Apiwfc^: -'i|1^ able, as well iaa^sotno kinds of proi-iuonfl. —- ' ' BntteV' «a&|at£l<& !^ll^l^iri;i i^6d" ; mess Pork at $25 per b|l; \ 'flour ?tJ^I...

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