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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

^^^^. ^^^ ^ r^rr^^Eottte^ol^^-' I"--* ¦•'¦'«, v t.i... rrdL* aJtjivcsthe foUbw-I the IthacaIf** ^«« «** aa*.ttal'iewftn Laccount of the new Railroia co.^"-^^ «rW> KTty ««d Buffalo, viaf Erf -,****< tcOA AS0 B^B^A AXb ^G^rs OAP ^ KAU ¦ road. I a.the jrratification of our tender*."« have tablriJ bberty several times jduring% the last two n LI to refer to the operatfcnjof th* enterpiwng r ^nvnowou-hingand rebuiWin^| the Cayuga nTKeWma Railroad, and hnvl> attempted, wSTintrmation we cotild ^l»^J ™wie some idea as to the progress pA the wort. ^ WeS^ppvto be^le to say.l ¦«-** tJtbJl"d Ithack and Owego-now tlfe Cayuga and^Susquehanna Raihoad-^willbeopi-3' fortra»el Sto"Srty days. About four miles J new^oad are now being made, to avdid the incji -ied plain, „„d will be o^ned at the same time wi^the other lm^,e terminus for the present will N*|?ont half ; a mile from the village, and about one V'de from 'fte steamboat landing. A plank road is A ^ being made, on w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

(DIED, ^ In tins borough, on Wednesday evening the M ultn liiss S.uiAu . lntojseite, daughter of C raackjailASarali ('ushman, aged 16 years: In Newjjlillord, oh Tuesday the 23d tut, ate hngerlng- ilfopss if^'%vcriil"nJonths, Wttu: WAkn,Esq^in flu 6Sdi'year-'of<hi*' -agi!. 1 was one oi the ea ly settlcrs«in this portiot the Stfito—having feuiiSt»ted.from Xitchfield t Connecticut, in tlieVear tSOSvaind madete m througli what was then' arj'ftlmost pathless 1 <lernesjs, to the vail iywbere'he lately resided • Few.of;.1tscitizcri3|uW$<lonB.-mQre to dcrela the resources, and \ optributc to the prosperiit -.Susquh^uTOcpiinSy tflau William Ward "l gretrt jierectre'rabce 'and untiring industry in ti pursuit ot business he'jidded-'the most unmn fijd kibdness in his domestic relations; auintn b°»»r.%!ide the writer; jwill long reiueBtbet «i ,l>least fre,the clieeafiil andTr^udy hpspitalit.vi way^fforded at he hoiise'of tHeir depute - friend! hi hfe dec<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

Wood Warited on AccouBt :,,' [yi^' M^^10^..' '! ' ^ ¦ '¦:;'u?,'tB1lW teiiihferyr^ '1^fMS. -S'A;BtTTtlRlWo|CTaww-^ iTli EstftblishmentitL^ahifc^ftobm-Na 3 ft* rment pfrfSparle'iisHoteJ, wherei the public are % . speetfuliydiaviteito 4ll,ahdsee. ^Montr%^^^lv }MftJ^y;":'' - -___^ -r*>^i<?nJKNifl«4*^»*tt«*. ¦!' EUBLiQnofice4isNrebyigiven taalirf*"* ; concerned in the fullpwing estates, to **' ¦ Estef 9.^. Samuel SherwoodTu^ceascd, !." j 7 ^;-;-„;; W ift(SHBiiwooivA(ta^' ' &rate'cfj6ntt^oiPivi!dec, a.ii ' '! a -«; ,^:m ',%o^ti'jAlrMMdFrr«<E4Jiia^Ex'ri Estate of yoerfoder, deft*..vWi,:: .. . Ui-i"^''; f ¦k? 1 ¦¦;j..-i-.-;C8A>.,^to»r,LAdmr; . ^tJW*Jcoimv^|^,s«tae^^ »«hlm^^^tn|s^wm.l>e |a^l>^ l\e;^l|q^^^ef^^^^J^ Monday t^ 26ui diw^NQy^Wiwrt f* ^ firmatioi»Wd'alftw&d ^?ai T " Z Z?Zf «>fJ^«p^Wwir^R*g»*«'' %i wSrFt wk**^' ^•,'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

Pestmcilve fiwPfPaiof tjie Towaate] A calamity of no o^nad/charactier befel our town'oH Wednesday last^ttbout half past Wo o'clock Pi St, otir citizens iivere alarmed by the cry of .fire, proceeding froift.the 'direction of the Bridjie.—Upon hastening to the spot, we found the lire issuing from-the-foor-ius«|~beyoiid-tl» third pier, about two hundred feet from the eastern abutment It had evidently caught) undertwath, and the floor being fastened down.lit was, \srtn much difficulty that it could be got at -and whto the planjt were finally torn, up, tho flames had «™..„,i ..„ r^r ti.nt it was foJmdimnossible, tp;subr due theni. The destruction^ the whole Bridge seemed inevitable. But the wind was strong from the west., and by the greatest exertions tho fare was kept( from spreading east of the pier, until the whole structure, including! string-pu:tt», braces, roof, ancj all, was completely cut off, nnd fell with a crash iiito tlie water benekth. This put an end to the fklmes. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

^ iJliCTlif's!sales. BT virtne of writ's of alias H. Fa, issued outof \Z Court of Common Pleas and to me direct-, , *Sse to public sale at the Court House "\ I-rJc on Monday, the 19th day of Novemf ^°n : t, l .'dock'p. m, all the interest ol the k'./tV. An*>u in and to that certain tractor par-»'d f^Aluate in the township of Great Bend, ^Srv of Susqu ehanna,bounded as follows, »«¦ Waning at a chestnut sapling on the ££ea«t Une of a tract of land located in the SSSse name of Samuel Chamberlin-thencc ^the Une of said ttact south fourteen and £ half degrees cast, one hundred and ^ZZ&ce e, to a\emlock,.thc east comer of said<$W%™ south.forty five (44*, degrees) and » ^«grces wesVninety-one and five-tenths P<^^ ".?*"* uEoufltcLer: <>>^"°t.^wemy S ^ jj&anddaty-fivy'id «"*«"*? I*rclu: fothe-«Pning.containmguiie hundred acres of Jahd 6eHw same morC or less with the appurtenances, two fwme^dwelluig houses, a Saw mill, d framed b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

/ New Fall Croods. | TT BURRITT, is now receiving a general and H. general assortment of FALL & WfifTEJi GOODS, including a splendid stock ot Ladies' l)rcss Goods, Shawls and other Fancy d> Staple Goods adapted to the season, and (which he will sell, as heretofore, on the most favorable terms for I cash, produce, or approved credit; ; v • | ' All who are wishing Goods of the mottifesirable »fy/es, and lowest prices, willjdo'well to give him a call before purchasing. KewM' ihbrd, October 22,1849. f Young Ladiesf InstittitiB, Pfttsfieldj Massachusetts. ( W. H. TVLER, PBISiCipAL ASD PaoPBlETfOB. LOCATED in the centre of the Beik>liirc Vallev, on the Bo-ton andj Albany Railfoadvthe ( Institute can be reached, at all seasons of the year, I by direct and recently improved railroad facilities, in six hours .from'Boston or-Sew "York, and in two ( from Albany, Hudson or Springfield, and enjoys 1 immediate Telegraphic communication with all j parts of the country. ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

^^^^^^^ m^^^^ And at.Heady fafmrieitth< j 'Wriffht'd: Bennett HAVtSGt (deterfflihtiedlie^eBftek' to'sell goods only for reodfc/ pay, we invite the. (attention of our customers, aliid of till wishing to buy .goods cheap, to our larg* i&d excellent stock of merchandise. . It is OMimJlenuon to keep a more extensive and complete assortment than any other store in tliis vicinity, andff fo sell goods at lower prices than any one can solW who is doing business on the credit system. WoCwish it distinctly understood that we can sell clidfciper for cash or produce than our neighbors enn/for cash or produce, as wc shall have no expenses CK>|- keeping accounts, no expenses for collecting defcfs, and no bad debts to make up. In addition to Kite articles usually kept in a country store, we sUiall keep an assortment of Parlor and Cooking SKoves of the newest and most approved patterns; |Stove! Pipe and Zinc, Iron and Steel, Bedsteads* and Chairs, Sole and Upper Leathe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

ir.'y:et"Ei^i»Mrt»«Mt^Bll,IJl %%m* \ ¦¦ ^ii:#i^S»*sMfe^3ii=:^ J^, j WWLS9tBS&M^d^ ' ¦'¦ • f^HETtv^ai be^art^mr^re^Se^w (.X FVeightof all tods at ilw Owego Depot, and also'at tlie Bmghimton, Great-Bend, and I^ilesboro' Depots, every Tuesday, W^ne^v and Tlmrs (day, of each week, | and continne with regularity throughout the season. Tliey will attcrjd; to ,forjwarding the same to the New-YOrkMarkct, where jthey liave made arrangements with' experienced salesmen, who will atteitd'to the iclling of tho same, and retnnrth^ proceeds in Bankable funds at either of the nbo|eI)epota,ito the following per» jsons:—Atth^storeJ' of E, ^ .ynsfonlj Owego; at tlie storehouse of ClM'Kinney,Binghamfon; at.tho jbffice of Jas. Griffin! Great ^end -r anif^attheHo'ticI of E Bchsbni I^esboro* ' ¦ ''. - -''-;:-: JAMES SISK, Bingharatoo, ! . JAM.teS GRD7FIN', Great Bend, ' u F. RkYNSFORD, Owego. , : Owego, July 2SJ1849. * ! ! Agent* .--j-G. M'Einney, Binghamton; E/Benson; jLatiesboro-j ,. j , ¦ j ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

( S' ceive i-^nnH'U.i^rii^'lXwJiil^'f .Zg^-^^g^f^^ j i-r-il' &rf.55si5»"tift!ti*ir^;^ M i;/L-; w)mm^<^m<s^m^K^mM ?-^;fl^«1>,PPPf ^,/^''Or«iti P^*w^ !ry day. (Sundays excepted) tttV'ai -f op6clt'A.-li;S iartivfag at Grtat Bend m'(^:i|bt: th4d«y-t«S#"* :ofeaJH going efcst and the< night; trajsvirro» ^11^ (V4*'»Wg.!f*t, a^.8:F., .^«r!^^M^ fo^ie night thiui.goini eajrtrBid^tlifl day wifc-«'e ffi^.-N^Ydrlt^oing^feSr;'' '."f.if J^f*'::hmm Retm-uing, tyav-e Great Bend oo thi "amyalloifW i«^tndn«ra^;from--^ie^X^.;Vri|"^ .,.,, t^efuk^d»cc«mmodatui gdrjyjer? aMfijit n|^ 'A itcfuis ^ afe.emwyeil on this r™'te^Hindjthe;rjroie >fohj/ plddge'tHcmselves to;''n^1 Te'twIaSrfibaMjvS rrha1iethe*'linf. .pleaWBt"'«^-iip^ &'Eor.seatsmrlp ly^t:S<^k*s-Hotel ,.iij(Me«tn)s^ : jg» ' T •^^vWwgwswB^c^ll liAKBSBORO, PA. CCBrBABOAwsTfOBMS ;0*thrtfeY><rftd.\Xrie R«U,J^ad^k\S>H^ -.. IwniMRive&AZVGmilesf^^ Yrini Bihyh4mhh,'ghd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

"''^•"13CTr0F''ltErTEBS''"A!''""J""^" -fowainiiij mthe Post Office at Montrose, quarter _, , ending Sept 80, 1849. Anderson P. j, Lewis John - Ayen Margaret A. LewU James Bennett Selin*P.! Miller tti Brown Oliver C. f Morris Jus. 8 Bender Michael ; McCormick Thoa. Baldwin Ann ' Mott S. S. 2 Bogart Mitchell : Mitchell OrviU W. 2 Bailey Olive . i ' McPhersdn Asa-Crofut Darnel ' Newman Ann Crump Caroline ' Osterhout Henry Carpenter Shepherd Palmer J. U Carr Ariel Pietties Allen Cotton James J Pope Win. H. u°lfe Ira PassmoreN. 0. Casscdy John ! Quain Thos. DevitJohn > tjuick "David Day A. C. Quinn Patrick English Thomas Randall Hosannah Fargo A. B. j Eunyan William GleasonMary ! Sternsdorf John E. Godard Elon i Stevens Hiram C. GosUne Jas,.M. i Shoemaker G. Oilman William Stewart Mary C. Horan CorneUus ( S locum James ' ' Hill Isaac ! Swavz Gilbert B. Harris J. 0~ Smitb Andrew Heald Daniel i Thompson B. F. Hewit Saniuel, or' ' AVestRosetta Sam. Bartholf ( Wells Mary E Handley...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

1$£B£&mi&kBTM!ERT 'JE$£b$£^*W&*. following { amm^am^ y the Coromisejoner bf Patfe^S a ® ^'fies >"> directed to the most h^li&'n1* 8?W^ «£* *p' so framed ai.to ^'ifli<«% ftatcajpl facts relating to each. If ! -H> K'*^. p<>nded to> ** *° t™*1 lhe7 V» ' vt ittf* •Wn£oufc4,ha8Sofvaluablein-^^%1K^t4 '*? the agripnltural re-JEff*?568 oTthe diffeWift sections of our conn. HK.>rrr -..(!.->, ¦ RJl&J £U88?<.*er op Patents', in execu-HKfJflfcS^'V. Cbnyrew, r/enrfs to/wo-^HB**--.. *»Wr»w'toji ./roni Planters, Far-;. llTr*! «^ 0<A«r« o» tA* following, and '^M^ktrpoitiU thatmay occur to you, con--ZMtetatyithagriculture ' ^^K^Mj^Tbixt experience as to varieties, Jp^&l1* weight, and of the time in ripen-¦ 4to*M?'$#, a*d diseases,' soil and manures J^'Sdapted to.. .P*"18-—What varieties have you tried and ^5%w^*trtiBsnlte» particularly as to the time ¦ !«%"J^|^Yyo tU»'th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

Fat Cattle. i f What is the use of an ox weighing a ton or.over } Of course, you may load his frame w,ith talloV—that is not a difficult Operation, and indicates neither genius or science; but whatj does that prove i You may make a hog of him. but he is none the .tetter to eat, and good for nothing to work. Is (there any evideince!thlat such monstrosities ate! profitable ? that it (is expedient or economical so to load animnli with fat ? I do not remember any; and ih default of it, I pass by all excess? ivelyifiit cattle, as of no account,"- Tblus writes a correspondent of jthe Tribune, from the State Fair at Syracuse. It is a subject ip whiehxeVery person has a stake, and therefore it should be gravely discussed. Fat beef.is an abomination before most people, unlessl there is a streak! of leaq, and a streak of fat, to make the sirloin look like a transverse section of a barber's pole. True, in some families fat is necessary, for ( , Jack Sprat could eat 'no fat, - ,; His wj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

THE AGE OF IMPBOVEMEIfT. One of the most important discoveries of the age, in ameliorating the condition of (this latge class of eiMfering humanity, Consumptives, is Vt. ATistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. AYhati time establishes and consecrates, what experience adobts and 'confirms, what all men in till places unite in saying is good and valuable, is' so, no doubS—A populapty of his sortj fixes in society its roots so deep and strong that time cannot destroy it Tlie success which has attended this medicine-'for several years past, has overcome tlie prejudices of alljreepectabjeand.sensible men, and the article has taken a( stand among the first-class discoveries And blessings of the age; and when resorted toj in season,-eradicates the diseases for which it is recommended, j ' j j Dr. A. m% Macanair.of Tarboro, North Carolina, writes as utiderjdate of February 14, 1S47, thatihe has used Bri Wistar'S Balsam of Wild jCherryi in his practice the last eighteen morU/is, ind considers it t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

MONTROSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. H. JDIJIOCK—Atiorney at Law—office removed to Front Room (of bis residence,-two doors east of his former location, in Turnpike street, third building from comer of. Public Avenue, and nearly opposite M. S.. Wilson's Store. June, 1849. A. B4.IiI}WIr¥—Saddle, Harness, Carpet-Bag and Trunk Manufacturer, and Carriage Trimmer, Shop, on Turnpike street, opposite L L. Post & Go's. CM. SliflMOM'S—Fashionable Boot and Shoe maker, over A. Baldwin's Harness shop, Turn pike street ROSE & SIMPSON—Dealers in Stoves, - Stove trimmings, Tin, Sheet' Iron and Copper Ware, Dry Goods, Groceries, <fcc_ Public Avenue. ELDRSD •* NEWCOiTIB Dealers is Hats, Caps, and Furs; opposite the " Democrat Printing office, foot Public Avenue. - LIKES & BISSEL.Lr-Fashiooable Tailors : first door above J. Ethridge's Store, where -they m4y bo found ready to execute all orders for! cutting and making garments in a satisfactory manner. JOIIM GROV...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

' ' -I I; THICKS OP aUiOKS, .-, LSI EvattTBODv Kkid this j?:A«sltirLi.y.—Tlie™ 19 , Sirsaparilli for sale in the dilfe'rent towns called S. p. T<l*n«ntl"jiSarrapari!l«u It i».L)rertiBedaii ttai ORIGINAL,, G13NU1NE, and at) mat. This Townsenill'liodoctoi ana never was; but ^aa formerly'hworKcr OiirrHroads, canals, and Ihe likey-ret lie asaunifcilthe'litle of lttxu)r for the putpoae ofjgainiag credit for what he iah"U HeMvs •• he has attended two medical echoolsjjand prasticed flir fiHeen years I!" Now the truth is, he niVer [Sraeticed mpdicine a day in his Jife ! Such' tril/ul, iS.i'dterf misnsprcaeniation loojra bad to the character and veracity of tho man, I wisjr most sincerely, he had ncrcr inadd those sttiemenu of hmijelf or of me. When will men lea>n to be honest and truthfufln all their doalinga and interlou'rso n-itlj theiiyfcllow meh! Ho spplled to one KuelCfapp foasaiatJiinnaman ufacturing his mixture, statins tlie large sum>Tie would matje ^ aa art...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

' Village shots fl** **•*• THE imbscriber offers lotsW «"" «ale m the townshipof iQreat Bend in tftjje vfllage at Greenti/fe,jand directly opposite tM'O village of Great Bend, located on the Depot of jfc'he New York and Erie railroad, and the Great BuSrn<l nnd Cochecton Turnpike, in! the valley of the j^uso^ehnnha river. The railroad crossing the said tur^P^6.. thence running hi a curved Une nearly pajiiQl ha with the same at the distance of a few hunflreS'd feet, with the grounds gradually rising abovC r»ilroad a^d turn-Ke , overlooking the river and. thfc beautiful val-,, compared with its healthy' clina^ate, renders it a most desirable location for bjuudidajg purposes.— The depot ground of tlie railroad cojpnpaiiy being located in the centre of a rich land e»'cnsive agricultural district, surrounding it San eyerwy side with its many roads centering in, antjl all otli«er advantages combined, afford every advantage toy a business population. J \ \ An Extensive Wate\- Potte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 1 November 1849

^¦"-^^4^^^^. . , . ^^^^ ¦ _,' -.,^^sW^^^A%K »Z~. ' ^^i^ C6ipM, caxeftisiy: ^lellXni ^"*!p 3fnr* C<¥, ?%in *• Weiwoitowi rJSt^XV>^TowaJm' ,8m*p»al»: h U& ^e1a«i«i,h"J|J"rn»«1,d J"" eipended oreriaxiioaj 4a,obui«,dk,ib!^! dver yriu *h."«s™»«>%waick U«i.ted Siiri, £aV?cter -41 "potation (nwaJrWrt, -beiny en.orinBtir?¦ ' P**1 ? Pa« «f «" wofld-ith. ski, and as old dan Who h^br"eeR*10 ™P"»elpl»d »e» publieaUOnsifora aniat^? "BWd in peddlluf fhea, Is Jacob'ToV^eni lifXC?™1' ^» ^'"aaBs r?t eiapkiyiiieht; or'toMuSrv?'1 "a uumbeir oTMeal* Dr.Towii«iid' » ISarsapariuT.SS'f °» "(mis lo »IM ap •uau wehadlcjijiended in-KVeru?J,,b« **qn sales and to embark in:the btuinesti". Amoi3M .a ^ l«d«eeiil*u» to Charles WktrW Esq. Editor orfi."^ *« »P>M who scorned'sueh a proiiosiUpn. Mr. U ofS*1'***'. formerly .«nb of tho ProSirieior. of liAvSSPWSs-OINTMEN^, RALPH P0MKROY,-f6^JJSrE*» and Financier of the brokdn Bhin HasteraaA-'it'Ssr villa, Drew fcrkoy, JOHN 8KII,LMAN...

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

! Original Our jOhUdhood'a Years. Our childhood's years! onr childhood's years J ,'Oh1 cotdd^ljej; conic again, With all the trusting innocence Thatfilled onr bosoms then I Oh I who wc^d trot exchange the cares .And griets 'ofr manhood's years,- !.'!.' :" To live again t{ie season o'er. Of childnood's smiles and tears t i: Out childhood's1 years 1 our childhood's years! - "In-dreams they come again; TJjeir memory falls upon the heart , IAe spimg'sjrefreshing rain. - In dreams again we see the cot, "With -woodbine covered o'er; Again we see the wilcVrose bloom Beside the cottage door. Oar childhood's years t ptu-^dboocTs yean! \ In dreams we live them o'er; ' j In dreams again we lift the latch ; That ope's thel cottage door. In dreams we sep a mother's eye Beam kindly as of old, Again a father's counsels hear. More precious far than gold. Our childhood' s years! our childhood' s years! In dreams we see them yet, And little do we deem their sun Less brightly eVr will set. But...

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

f . *j From Godey s Lady's Book. ¦>¦ ) Before and Afler the Election. j| ' •') BT^T. K AKTBCm. T Before th* BlecUon. ' 1 "Ah,;Patrick 1 How are yoti; my friend and fellowicitizenT said Mr. R-i—:, to Patrick Mnrphy; a newly created {republican from the green island.— ¦"How are youil" and be grasped tie hand of tie Irishman and shcol;it warmly. "-How is Mrs. Murphy, and all ftjn little oneii at home i" ' . "'¦ "Well, I thank yees," returned Patrick^ familiar-Iv. "A^nd howts yer honor!" ' ': ^< "Krsit rate, my friendi-firet rate, :Wa£t you take something to drinV, PatrickT' ;%$<&; * "Weft'ldonrtcareif Ido,"Teturned4h^lfilling Irishman,"if -ifs only for the sake oftho good cau'seJ"-*1''-' ¦¦••¦¦¦-• -' ¦ •¦-.•• '' «¦ You' may well say for Ithe good cause," responded R^—; "tie cause of the peopled It is for eqiial rights that wc are now struggling, my,.poor but honest frfehd: For tiie right to breathe the jitire air of heaven. For the right, to think, an...

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