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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

House .Breaking—Daring Robbery. 1 he dwelling: bouse of Mr. Henry Webster, in Franklin towaship, in this county, was feloniously entered on tBc 6th inst. while the- family were absent, and robbed of a few dollars of money, by a lad but twelve years of age. The boldness and adroitness which marks the transaction and lib subsequent efforts to baffle all attempts, to discover hb guilt, show a ripeness for crime astounding in one of his age, and may indeed challenge tlie criminal history of tlie county for an equal Tjie entrance was effected into the cellar- through a small aperture in the underpinning, thence passing up the cellar stairs i into the bouse and searching the rooms at hb leisure, succeeded in opening a trunk, after yarious attempts to break the lock, by cutting jt lengthwise on the back, arid carried off what money it contained. The l»d being seen about the neighborhood on the day the:crime was perpetrated,: and not bein| viewed, as .of tbn best character, led to a s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

The Coalition. The Convention of Barnburners which assembled at Utica, has, despite u!I in vjiuuted professions of Free Soil aud opposition to slavery, coalesced with the proposition offered by the Convention of Hunk ers, and adopted a joint ticket for state officers, which js equally divided between candidates from the r ival factions. This, resultj was to bu expected, inasmuch as no real principle) separated the two divisions, however much both may have asserted, thai without concession there -could be neither union nor co-operation. . Free sojl has surrendered to slavery, wliatover its professed friends may say to the contrary; and the surrender is tho more disgraceful, since it has been produced by the hope of regaining the spoils. We may now expect the same fra-.ids an J devices to enljUt Not them support, that were recently employed! to secure Souiliern sympathy ; with this dillerened only, that the party tactics will be adapted to the prevailing sentiment and prejudices...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

/ ^~- MflnfrosA •^ / ';' "• — >^ i From the Daily Kews. » The titUnted editor of the N.. 0. BeCi in one of hisi recent letters from this city, dated 25th August, speaks of some partis of Pennsylvania through which lie has recently travelled, an4 his sketch will be road with interest. iHehas travelled'.-extensively, and is a close observer. He says:—^ In- all my travelling,! I do not know tliat I JiAve seen a more agreeable and handsome village than Montrose, jtlie country scat! oUSns]qjieha4na county, P(fiinsy>Jvauia. Tha' town \tie\f, containing probably one thousand injhabitants. is well laid out; with fine broad -street's; and adniirablo; footways; .the. houses hll have a fresh and new appearance, neatly and taste fully buift and most of, them with Itheir little garden, shrubbery and shade trees, giving all the quiet and'eomfort df a cotintry life. The:grodnd in and around tbc.towr] is beautifully undulating, and the/latter [fully and weliicultlvjated, exhib...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

Eu wmm^mm^. ; IW,,^]{*& f#^% %*rrival of - SW°^H^-^mPsrto polish in rr®? M^ **C0 PJ#e fbUoVing synop. srac^it-ftoi.flie Stt«|x-Beg»ter, which Mn^^%8Uthe.i.teks;pf importances ] ^ ejt^hin Europi arrived at Boston ^ 1st of September. Shc>0Ught 139 paW < ger^ among,, whom ate p»OD7'fl^d a.nd:|amiJy-;*nd,Hon. sfconard — The Englisli newsjsl without ihte^tt_H ;; The^ler^M iricrealinglnil^g,, ' . diimmsbirig[m Liverpool.. ' - ¦ - ?;L« ¦ The faliLbf iH«ngar|is fully cbn6rnie4 Klapka at eomorn. seehis to be the onl, man of the} Magyar leaders who still holds' ' his grbundj against the Imperial forces.--, KbsSuth>Bem arid^Guyoti have fled, DesofiV: Jias been talcfen] prisoner| while' of the. fate of Dembinski^;l^K3sel,^V|tter ^nd^uijek we knoy nothiilg. : , ; . No .light iscast^y. -this^arrival upon th© motives which induced^^^orgey.to surrender/ We see no jreason, ho>|eyer, (says the-.Trv bune,) to; fail ia;.w^hutKe::cry;.;¦©!-treason1 which has .be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

IDE REGISTER B_ ^ ; j. w..oHAftaa|| -ipBiiitl «Hi RSDAY, $EmMB£R2#1849i ¦ ; i*i™- ~^Pwr Canal Oommlmtioner, ^^ HENRY M. FULLER, ^¦; OT ttrzEENE coxjirnr. ^|«m»^ ^_. 51?RE8ENTATIVES, "URSa^ BURROW^ofGibson: ¦ ' ASIA KEELER, of Wyoming Co. ^¦ ' .... COMMISSIONER, ; JpiafcPk HYDE, of Friendsvilk. ^»j'^i":-';;:: TBEASrjRKB. . ¦^GE QRQE BACKUS, of BridgcwaUr: ^¦ ^'-'.'Atrbiron tor 2 years. ^NJAMIN WAETROUS; of Hcrrick ftt'-:" AUDITOR FOB 3 YEARS. IB SA MUEL A. NEWTON, of Brooklyn.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

S-eaji-- • "— •£*;; . , The North Breach OanaL ^2' - We call the atteition of cur readers to an article ^SW this subject, in ariotheficolumn, from that ster-S!?jSng whig paper,- the Pennsylvania Telegraph.— ^ Jnris pa blic improvement is of vast importance to ^iUifecitii ens of Northern Pennsylvania, and every ^Jihing 1* biting thereto will be sought after and read R^afiUriril erest. The Telegraph iri n masterly man-K jsier, gives a richly merited expose of the conduct of ' ;m^ Lo( ofbco Auditor General, and shoi-s conclua-«3Urely 1 rho are the real friends of the North Branch ji£ii&apl, .... , • ijii-lL rWe Ih' mV the time is past when the mass of the jw Mpeople, can be humbugged by the hypocritical cant jJnBf.the\bbcp-presi- "Kane",writings are not cx-^Jkctly tie Eort for the meridian of Pcnnsylvimia if ifikberat ti icse thnea. She has been caught once, arid je.flshe.caniotbe again. The Loco press, especially jtjifiiere in the npriern part of the fetate, lias endeav-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

The North Brainch Canal. Extraordinary Giration* of the Loeofoeo Organs and the A uditor General. The Auditor General and ihe Loeofoeo'organs of this place, either afraid or ashamed of thp effect of their pusillanimous and contemptible policy in regard to the North Branch canal,, are now endeavoring to "shield themselves from the just indignation of the people, by long-winded and pointless explanations, in which they undertake to impugn the motives and conduct of -Mr. Ball. Fortunately, however, the state Treasurer, in this matter, as m all his other dealings with tlie Loeofoeo jgentry in other branches of tlie Government, occupies a position far above the reproaches and imputations of bis malevolent assailants. He has been careful to keep entirely within the line of duty; and in what he said in reference to the co-operation of the Auditor General in the Report which it was his duty to make to the Governor, he stated the simple facts which were necessary! for his owi} exculpat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

:v|1; ^,.^'«a»ottqnat^':.i f Matse. —From the returns thus far received there is noclioic^fe GovcmorV; ^In the Senate the Whigs ha^amajiirity. The Hc^ wijil be loeofoeo'by a smalt majority. : i~! -.* f- £ ¦' i •-' yigaMoTpf5—Thereis no "choice ifor Go\ ernor. The WjiigS; ha^vje a majority. in the Senate of It.' In the'house the Whigs have a majority ol 37. Massachusetts.—The Lite trial to elect a member- of Congress in the 4 th district bins- resulted'in, no choice. Palfry (F. S.) receiyed ^SS-voteS-^- Th^mpspn (W.j 8489—Robinson (L.) 1526. 'j <¦ ||- -- -;- - ¦¦¦ - ¦. --. ^ -i -,-y,-,.- |...i.-.;. i..-..-, GovERSpttTJonxsros's SrsKis«; Fvstt? -FrpiUof a ¦ Whig .Administration,—The. ';Locof<>co., papers have.been;clamorinir airainst. the ^Sirikins-Fund" ever sincclUa passage, as a most iniquitous and outrageous Whig measure which was to.do Everything but ruin and desolate the state. Kt > ehorniity could be iriip'gined by the desperate toe Is of Loc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

Annna fair. • ! The Fourth ilinnual Catde Show awf Fair of the Society, for the promotion of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in SusquchannaCoonty.wittbeheld on Tuesday the 16th day of October next, at Montrose. In connection with the' Fair the Society has determined to have this year a Plowing Match, which will take place on Monday the. 15th of October, the day preceding the usual exhibition. COMMITTEES FOR AWARDING PREMIUMS. Committee on Horses.—Col A Carpenter, £ Searle, Dillis Jiistin. .. _ , , Oxen <fc Steirs.—Ira Carpenter, David Wakelee^ Latham Gardner. _ „ , . _ . . One* <fc Heifers. -r-A.bi}* Wells, John Harrington, - Thos. Nicholson. • Bull*. —Daltbn Tfflany, N C. Warner,-Isairih; Swine.—Jonas Carter, Milton Shelden, Nelson; Tiffany. - Sheep.—R, W, Rose, Elisha Tiffany, Ehsha Wjlliams- ' . Wheat.—E. M Blandirtg, M. C. Tyler, Landis Lyman. 'Corn drJIyc-rMason Tingley,S.S.Mulford,Ovid Follct v Oat* d: Buck-wheat—.Daniel Searlc, Geo. Walker. Anson Tiffa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

Agricultural Notice. I would hereby give notice to the members of our Agricultural: society generally, that all who have kept a diary of their practice, or who will favor me with any statistics of crops, or the result of any experiment of their own, or of which they may have knowledge, the same niay be handed into me at my residence, or be left at the store of Jeremiah Kthndge, any time between this and the tehtli of October next S. A. NEWTON, &v. Sept 18th, 1849. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

i A LARGE WHItTThOUND BOG, WITH red earsVred Ion the haunches, red spot on the side, and bob tailed. A suitable reward will be paid for hii recovery or information of liis wlere-aboUta. either to the subscriber at £ilver Lake or to E. W. Rose at Montrose. feptlS. • . A. H. ROSE.. ! Exectton' Notice. AJ LL persons indebted to the estate of Amy ±\. Babcockof Dimock deceased, by note or otherwise, are hereby requested to make immediate payment to the subscribers, as a different disposition of said estate must, according' to the will of said deceased,; be speedily made >—andUll having elaibts upon said estate, will present; thefe duly attested to S.A.TfEWTON, )} „ , 8jr^ L..H. WOODRUFF, i Exrs- Whitesides Improved I fiouble Oven Hot Air Cooking Stove. rpHE above stove was patented in tlie fall of J- 11847, and was got out the last year. It k considered in many respects to be a decided improvement oh every other kind of Cooking Stoves.' It undoubtedly requires less fuel for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

I- BiafhaBiton Fenlale Seminary. ' THEWm!c*'tertoof;this Institutiota willcommence, Wednesday, Aug. 22d, and continue 22 weeks. ;*ve'rai; accomplished teachers are employed mUaa«eriiini&^. Since the close of the last term, accwnmodatioris for a larger number of pupils have been added. Parents having daughters to be educated are assured that the location aid fiicilities of this Seminary are hot excelled in southern New York. Every effort and care for the advancement and welfare of pupils, wfll be exercised by those iri whose charge they are placed. . . f,..' TERMS. In the boarding school, the whole .charge for board, ineludmg all necessaries connected with it, as room rent,; washing, fuel and lights, and tuition inall the English branchesconstituting day , as a 100I an, extensive course. $30; and with Latin and French added, $33 per quarter of 11 weeks: Day scholars in the Primary Department, Will be" clinrged §2,50; in the Middle Department $4,00 —.in tlie Higher ?5,00 p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

trniiersmtg^^g^l^ Ll 2k^ RA^EORTJ,^os. 252, 254,^>6« ini fj, i?58 P=*4 SlBBKlf; ¦(BitteetH.-FititU si 3«5 !S^Ln3S ^*K oCC«w«*o^*oUniteii^tet £$fi to-^Wct.u ;ilri-tH|article if S« OenSF"} l1?ke?B.iW.pa ess vSrielyi :M£ „,,, n F*tonKiye.tnanufacturersQ .of Oil ClntnM and Covered Hats in the>orM. //Plain aid FaEt tonabeCloUunkof,Ulkinds.*pir ^ 1 'T|- 1 <r fill osue ^ °fstocksent u>toail- Ordersprombt-' ly filled.. |,; LEW^'iHANF6RDn ^o"- 25S, 254. 25tt,«i^"i!63 PearlU,MK trlasa and SasW .Drugs and Medicine, GrUeriis Mackerel, Codteh, Mes.s -Pork. Superfine] Flofc Nails, Stone \\are. Jappiuwd Ware, P,ln,a. Oi s Dye Static Butter Firkins, Candles, Sand's and Towiuends Aarkaparilla, Books. Paper, t„v Jq Quills C.K.kiug,! Parlor and ihop ^tovesi, Stok I ipe and itovc Trunmiugs, I)n kind or made to: order. t . • , . Ea«Ie Foundrj? Pluugh*—warranted; Trunks \& Traveller bags,]a.ngics Clover 6"ee<l, Carpet and Cotton \ 11m, Axe*. Han He.,, Buck &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

i •."-,- -:"-': "'s^tTsSO aritwo^^^^&'i^ ^ relative.^0 the]a^endmei?t 4o? *se -¦.'. •;- .-- f GONSTWUTifit ';u#W: ^c& ¦¦ i^»^t!i^S^\aWS^oyy^epj% Uve*, ^.(MMKr^ Pe nk'a. ifc&neml Astanbhjnei , !;That the Constitution, of ^tbis'Comnionwealth be' amnitridfed in the s8c<Jnd igection' of the fifth article; so ^ it>hall reao^-feSl the Judges oftthe Suprfeme Cour^ of the several Oourte of Couai»on Pleaiarid of. suchotherCiawtrf °h V f??*-,*S-F* 8r.skm be established W taw shalf.be elected. Tiy.the qualified eleaors of'the? CominohweaIthJ iri;the ihaurier" folibwln|,J to;'wiii-i: The Judg^of-theSupr^meCourt, by th^cfua!ifi4( electors of the ^ourmoii wealth at large; ,Tha Presi-> dent, Judges :uf. the sei-eral 'Coutts.of ,C«mro2i>' Pleasaud-sudioUier Ckjurts of Recoriisare rir't shaU. beer faMshedby law, and all otherjM1 required toj^earncd in the'hiw,-by tlieaualifil .electors of the respcrtiye1 districta Over wlct hev are to preside Or ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

a^. :^^» ^fesolut»ri relaU^to^^s^ •)" *^*^¥ "';Of-;thoCC^efcti'p«^li^-i^nam«^i ^peara ¦-on(-tho;.J" ourria1ai:bf itha;,T^:B<»a«»tf $85 ^mit^^i^^tM^eim^^ S'm^tm :«egsa»\rip,"J84aiV'-;-,'.???i '&V'^«-*ift:^i^StewgH >^iW H?'w; ^^^ d;^-^^"»a*aMlm ^ftecntli day oft^June, one tlwusaial •iaktbnnd> andjwtyiaina, 4," <.'- -i*%>^&W^i^L%^£* h&^-A'^ ^ '..-SSWNSENtjt^^fEsSlH i^W^^^^^^M S^^^^^r^^^^^ & j . removed, to .Front Room «f hU Vr'^A ^^M ; dbori' Cast of lus'Tomer'.lbcat^WT^irmO street, third building from eof^ of "PabUt^MaB I. enue, arid nearly opposite M^^WilabnaStotaP E. n «OC»Blt# corfJmueS'::tHe:; bq«ft»fp CAKEiA^MiKiKoinallh^.braDCb^ atthab ' \staiidlatelyoccupie^.byalack^Roiim T^aS : .pike sticet, j^. .„-; ^ ..-.T':.>>^^S>"%-!|^ A. BA1UD^ir¥-r^Sad^e ~::i^rieai^a BagandTt-unkManufai^rer.andCarrMiMTi : er, Shrip,:oa' Tnanpika"';StieetiiftbM«a''£ i, Vost&Co'k:.-' ^'^''r ^i: '?M^rWr^&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

\ MARRIED, ]/ In Binghamtnn.on'Wednesday evening "the I2th inst, by the Rev. Mr, Humphrey, Mr. "A. L WkbsrER of this phicc, and Miss Sophia C. Ti-u*t,/ of Birighamtoa s \f. In Forest Lake, on the 1 Ttli inst, by Hiram Allen, E«q, Mr. Wm. fls^-sncK and Miss Axn CotUvsc!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

^toven, Tinvrarc &r. VU75 bove no* on lrat^ n preat variety of coc.t-T T ing, Porlbr and thop stoves, which we will nil for cash «i ready pay cheaper tlian ever.amon" far C«>king stoves are the following kinds : Ihe rhomix'Air Tight, the very best stave in use! - Improved Rotary. . " " " •• Extra targe Oven. " «' « '• Irvng " "> ¦ " Iron King. " ¦* " " -Whiteside's Double Oven. " - " Hough and Ready. " " " Elevated Oven. Premium and other stoves of almost all kinds. Parlor stoves for wood and coal. Also an assortment ofgtove trimmings. Tin, Cop' per, sheet Iron arid Zinc Ware. Any article not! i« hand made to order on short notice and the most'' reasonable terms. Purchasers will save money by pving usa call before buying, as we are determini-,l to sell at prices which must suit anv on<^ n-38 ROSE i SIMPSON. CASH paid fur-Jive Geese Feathere—Also, car-h paid for Sheep Pelts by "3";m2 ' P. M. BARBER. Jessup September, 18th, 1S49. Orphau§' Conrt Sale....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

KA^RMERS'DEPARTMENT *.:•••--• v %foBafe ^ " ' I3xii i i^llent Vegetable has been very genilly eattn, du^irig the present season, and iduve, not heard, even in "these cholera tm,? - ofuanyv instance of detriment to alti^ jjrpmjndulging in a free use of it—ftwa^earsago, the Tomato was scarcely ¦ am ajto^js , country, or, at least, it.was not ©d 5r raised to any extent here: •Tffir-6»t scieritifie article, of any note, Urn ihe subject of " the Tomato, its uses P^ircharacter," was written "by Dr. John .,l3s|iliett, formerly Professor of Ripely $£ ft Ohio,) and published in the Detroit iacl Star in 1836. I article was very extensively copied papers, all over the United States; me; and, though very, many persons J yegatable prepared for the table as smmended by the Dr., among other in his treatise, it was a long time j^'ere- the tomato could be eaten Many scoffed at the idea of its ever ade an article of food—but, within ; years, it has come into very geneand the kitchen garden of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

'"' HewClboii. ABELTURRELL HAS tet returned from} the djy of Kew York, with a well-selected sad desirable assortment of Good*, coniprising a greater variety than is usually kept in a country store, bought exclusively for cash doicn at the lowest rates, for the quality of goods, and wiU be sold as cheap as tho cheapest. The best quality of Sugar at G d. per pound to be found in Susquehanna comity. Fine flavored Teas, a good variety. Molasses,-good and cheap Goffeelof the best fend. Spices of every description. Saleratnsj Raisins, Rice, Fish, and all other kinds of Groceries, good arid cheap . Calicoes from4 to liActi. per yard; Ginghams, Jlouslin dc Lanea, Alpaccas, Plaids, Diaper, ic <ic. Sheeting of bcst.quabty and-somc very "low. Shirting, brown and bleached; V|estings, Handkerchiefs, Kentucky Jeans, Mixed Denims, Corduroy/Moleskin, Cassimcre, Linens, Acj 4c; Broadcloths from $2 to S4 per yard; Ladies and gentlemen's Gloves and Hosiery Umbrellas, Combs, Brushes, Silk, T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 20 September 1849

. TtOa»ea^»U tor Sale. ' THE subscriber often lots par sale in the township ft Great lJend in ffie yfllago of J-ffreeatn7/c,«aad ^ -dfrectly opposite Uie yflhige Of Great Benct lecat«4 on the Depot oft tie New York and Erie railroad, and the Great Bend and Cochecton Turnpike, in the valley of the; Susquehanna river. The railroad crossing the Raid turnpike, thence running in. a curved line neatly parallel with the same at the distance1-- of ft 'few hundred feet,' with the grounds gradually rising abovis railroad arid turnfiike, Overlooking tho river ana tlie beautiful yaley, compared.-Jrith its'healthy climate, renders, it a most desirable location for "puilding purposes.— The depot1 grouhd-of the railroad company bein^ located in ;thc cpntSro of a rich! and exteivsive agricultural district! surrounding it[ on ovcry' side wftli its many roads centering in, and all other advantages combined, afford every advantage to a business population. .j Aft Extensive Wat^r Power. can be brough...

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