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

Eagle Steam Founo|rjr& Machine Shop IN FULL BJ.AST. WE would respectfully ihvite the attention o all those who may beiin want of Machinery or Castings Of any pattern, Mill Geerings, Ploughs of various patterns, Straw Cutters, Cooking, Parlor A shop stoves. Iron A stovri Ware, shingle Machines, W*od A Engine. Lathes, steam Engines, Boilers, Iron Fences, Ac A<x,jto give us a call, as we are confident we can suit! the most fastidious. AU work done at our Fouiidijy warranted Proprietofe, Wi. Jessi-p, '") . B. (It. Ltoxs; o Wi.J. MfLronrJ. F. B. Cha-dleb; V"9 . M.JS. WrLsos, J? B. S. Bextlev, ' g 0. |G. BABTLErr. J ^ Eagle Foundry, Montrose, i(Pa.) July 4, 1819.

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

KEW ABKASGEMENT. Freight and Commission Line, Via. A ae York and Erie Rail Road. C^APT. L.O. Tiftany and Walter Poller, have J formed a partnership for tlie transportation of freight and produce of all kinds, between Giei>t Bend and New York by tlie Railroad, by the regular Freight line, which leaves G.eat Bead every morning at 8J o'clock. j Captain TiSany, who has been for a number o! years engaged in,the purchase and sale of produce in the New .York niackets^will remain in New 1 ork and giyelus pergonal attention to Uie di«posal of all property coinmittedjto ourcarc, and make returns as soon as the property is disposed of. Mr. Follet will be at Montrose and Great Bend alternately. Orders, for t{ife transportation.of Freiglit, may be sent to him! at either place, and will receive prompt attenfio<i. Our chaives over the regular freight wfll be a small commission. ' > . ••¦ L.|0. TIFFANY. Montrose. May 9, '4ft WALTER FOLLET

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

, \ -. ¦[ j TRtoKS a««a%fXcKs. ¦ tsr!EvaulreoWJla*i> f«w;-Citu|Pi»i.i.l'.—Tliwe i» » , to»parilli,rar^!e-initie'aitrerinfcwwi» called s. p. j MinSeaii»Mpam^irm^r^^^^OWV , SsfnSwwaM bttiwas-tSn»rly¥worSerotfrai.lroi^,«r • asKahauiii Jikri-yethe a oiim^stlio atle"oifDAe(*r*ifte '. SSofs^f taiiaitoersait < w ^tJ»,i*,i^fcB(> »*»)" he ; hwsiuadsftwitlnsdieati ^lib«U,and praylt^or.|aeiai v wsm I ^Sow uWnJathii T:hsneverpricuceif -WedlcfnS'a;" 3(7 ul his life! S«ch V Ifuliiindttd witnpreMonuioa' Jo^s had w the character i rid Ttrapltyof oiiMijap.^ t»jih Ihonsioeenilr, lie taadnen rrdjde those tuitelnsnu of him. selirer of atfo When will i nen learn la be hpnert antttriiih- ¦ ful iniaU tturnr .dealings as i inttrcoume,wfjb their jellpw taenl .He applied to one luelClapptoeStsttttiTmlpmiri. oftcttrrlng his miwnre, »t nine: the large eums-he Virtrd ' make,»»liiDjuccmentio embark[lbthobuyne»^,yiTM«e men h«ve:.been Insulting rad -libelling'tiie in. nil pisjible firme, in ...

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

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

¦ New Grocery Store. One door South of MiWf dr Knapp'sht the (Stort formerl y occupied'fy W.M Post.) rpHE snhscriber has receivfcd a large' arid extcn-JL sive stoclrof -•'-¦}.'' Groceriek consisting of Teas, Sugars, Molasses.^fltee, Tobaca>, Rice, Ground Snices and l^pper, Staix*. Cloves, Saleratus, Oip^.Nutjne^ Wjgp, Cigars, Choco-M^aPZSuPuTh 9™$®, Oodflei-- Mackerel by. ihe barrel, half, an*1 quaher. Urref.'.and Jcjts S by t£e saefe pr harreL jClocks, «& "war^ Willow Ware. Flour, Pork,^, di, «tc,^,olesale dealer_iu all kinds of ' . 1 "¦ ^ mm mM >ik$tm. ;J?*;^;1^,*"7':i8«lf Ms] goods cheaper tSan they can^rje-bong ht at any otfier store iafiontrlise, ¦ *%% 'X^ouiP,n.t_believe it give Mis. a call and we 11 convince you. JtojtJmet tlie place. .%tfrose;Jui>ej«,,lg^^;y.; - .,; ^^-pgytf i--Hakt^Mta^ c«ta4iMaB <bk';''''r--,; i a#«!^e »tottles frncf ono o& to onetoaarti ?l ^?,J,l5', *t ^i* te,,^'4r?%,e- Thisi2slifd to be the best articled^tihk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

THE EEGISTER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY James W. Chapman. Advance payment in Gash per rear, 11 50 If paid within the year, 2,00 If Lot at the end of the rear, 2 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

The Mammoth Cave. ^—— BY 0. D. PRENTICE. ALL<]av as day is reckoned on the! earth, I've wandfercd in these dim and awful aides, Shut from, the blue and breezy dome of Heaven, TVhiletho'ts'wild, drear, and shadowy have swept Across my awe-struck soul, bke spectres o'er "Hie wizards magic-glass, or thunder blonds O'er the blue waters of the deep. And now / sit me down upon yon broken rock To muse upon the strange and solemn things Of this mysterious realm. All day my steps Rave' been amid the beautiful;' (he wild, The gloomy, the terrific. Chrystal founts Almost invisible in their serene And pure transparency—light pillar d domes With stars and flowers all fretted like- the halls f)f Oriental monarchs—-rivers dark i And drear, and voiceless as oblivion's (stream Tliat flows thro' death's dim vale of silence—gulfs All fathomless, down which the loosened rock lounges, until its faroff echoes come ! Fainter and fainter, until the dying roll - Of thunders in the distance, s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

Have I T»a.id the Printer ? When the cold storm howls round Ihq door, , And you, by light of taper, ; Sit closely by the-evening fire. Enjoying the last paper-Just think of him whose work thus helps To wear away the winter, And put this query to yourself—' ' Have I paid the Printer? From East and West—from North and South, From lands beyond the water. He. weekly brings you lots of uifws, - ' _ From every nook and quarter ; No slave ou earth toils more than- he,, Through summer's beat and winter-How can you for a moment, then, A'eg-lect to pay the~Printer t j . ¦ Your other bills you promptly pay, \ (W"hereveryou"do go, sir— j The butcher for his meat is paid, ! Tor sundries is the grocer; The tailor and the shoemaker, I The batter and the vinter 1 AUcet their pay—thenwhv neglect j To settle with the PrinterI I • • A Momst GraxLEMA*.—Judge B ionc of the associate Judges of D county, U remarkably deliberate and pompous in his style of ^conversation, wean a white cravat with a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

The Hump-backed Cousin. TRANSLATED FOB THE ALBANY ATLAS. ' Behold an extraordinary adventure of these latter days. If it were an ordinary, occurrence-one ' need not relate it ' A father of a family inhabiting the Rue do la 'Michodiere, received last summer, a letter from his 'nephew, who was in the employ of Hyder Abad. The letter concludes thus: 1 " I have received the. portraits of my two coustins, Marie and Margaret. I have, never had the ' .pleasure ol seeing them, as I have" lived with Hyider Abad, since my youth,'but Jam sure that those jtwo portraits are resemblnnce.4. I will arrive at (Havre by the ship Inos Ego, about the first of October, and on my arrival, I ami determined, with your consent, to'marry the beautiful Mar " The breaking open of the letter had destroyed the rest of the name. It Is impossible to tell if the cousin asks Marie or Margaret in marriage.— Hie two sisters, united previous: to this time, have commenced to live in misunderstanding, each of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

Strange Instinct of the Deer. The largo American pantlier has one inveterate •and deadly foe. the black bear. Some of these im mense bears will weigh :800 pounds, and their skin is so tight that a musket ball will not penetrate it. Ai the panther invariably destroys all the young cubs in her path, so does the bear take great * pains to attack the panther, and Tortunate indeed is the animal which escapes the deadly embrace of this monster. The following exciting and interesting scene is related by an eye-witness: A large doer was runping at full speed, closely pursued by a panther. : The chase had aheady been a long one, for as they came nearer I coulil pcrcejve both their long-parched tongues hanging out of their mouths, and their bounding, though powerful, was not so elastic as usual. The deer, having discovered in the distance a large black bear, playing with her cubs, stopped a moment to snuff the air: theu coming a little'nearer, he made a bound with his head .extended, to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

A] Local Romance. The following1 account of " one of the Thatcher*," is.from the Yoritoutb Register: <Tradition has preserved a singular anecdote of John Thacher, asnn of one-'of the earliest settlers of this town. He was married in 16C-J, to Miss Rebecca Wiristafr, of Duxbnry, in Plymouth county, if we mistake not. On his way home with ).is. nias-bride, he stopped for the night at the houseof a friend, ^ Cot Oorham, of Barnstable, one of the most prominent citizen of the town. Merriment and gayety prevjniled, and during the evening a female infant abtjut three weeks old was -introduced, mid the night! of her birth being mentioned; Mr. Thatcher observed. "That is the very night on which we were rliarripd," and taking the child in his arms, he presented it to his bride, and jokingly said, " Here, my jdear.is a little lady that was born on the same uighjt that we were married. 1 wish you.would kiss her, for I intcud to have her for my second wife.," " I will, my dear, wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

Breach oLPromise Case. The following case, which we find in a late number of the PhiladelphiaNtaqiiirer, will show that some contracts made on Sunday, arc good in the eye of the law : In the District Churl,™ Thqrsday, before Judge Fridley, an interesting case of breach of promise was tried. The parties were Mary Henderson, plaintiif, and Jcmes'Casey, defendant* and the damages laid at ?5.000: ^ The plaintiff was engaged in a family as a servant, add the defendant was an ostler. The parties became acquainted some months ago. After a short courtship of n few weeks, the defendant promised to marry the plaintiff, and was accepted. The parties went before a Cathoric clergyman, and authorized him to publish the bans.— This was doue upon: Sunday at church, in the presence of a large congregation. The same evening was fixed for the performance of the marriage ceremony, and a supper was prepared in. celebration of the event.- W hen the time came the lady was on hand, but the. false Lot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

Courting Days. Frbaxthe N. Y. Spirit of the Times. Br GKOHQE SEAWOBTHY, ESQ. A YanUee lad a courting went, • A. sp tghtly lass to see, - Determined quite to ilnarry her, If they could both agree. CHOKXS. O! the courting days are the happy days, Th; courting dayb forme! ! Says Jonathan„to break the ice, "Miss Nancy, how du yu du t" "Pretty well, 1 thank-you, thir!" quoth she, . !* Mill er Comthalk, how are you I" "A very fine day P qttoth Jonathan ; 'Twas all that he could say; , And Naicy thought, as he twirled his'thumbs, He'd nurely stay all day. The sigh ing swain was at a stand What he should say or do; Quth he " Du you like in««iV, ma'am t" Quoth Nancy, - Yith! don't yuf" "'Tis air lost night," thought Jonathan, ¦ "And this will'never, do; What thill I sayl 1 have it now—The biauty of the view P He gave a short convulsive wheeze, " To make his voice quite clear, And said, as he leaned o'er the window sill, "It look*—rather grten—out here T Now, with hdr lover to;agree...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

— 1 .<¦ . , - . J|| I Aristpciufic IM& " -m A geittleman passcngjer oh a steamboat fronj Se(i|i Orleans to Cincinnati,'op a {np up, wiu'introdt»e«P? to a young lady on board ;by.a gentleman leMltl.^ of hers, j Wc give a brjef description of Ure,twWl§| The young lady wa? cliarmingly lovely aiid,ftw|^ ble in manners, the gent, was, wit^, seniimnfrlp and amusing, his manners nobleVbis rigtm matn^l*^ such a one as would eatcli a Udy Veye^ ¦."-,;,.; .:A''fSjP Thrown together in K^oUier's society, and t^|f«: tually attracted, it is; not to be wondered .that'tiS^lp grew quite familiar. They' Sad 'tei&k-itte? 'oii'ltimt guards, promenaded tho deck arm in arm.theget 'Wj tletnan whispering s^ft irons^ns^ io,the lady*a eftAm The passengers pronouiiccd it a aweoffcveatfirijM? | sight, thepidies were more respectful to<me wWfff: they thought was soon-,'to be a matro^ amfehamiW beruiaids |as chambermaids always do^ waited crifff on no onejebe but the bride. Mis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

The Maiden's Confession. It was t^'ilight A solemn stillness, reigned in the old and venerable church. ' A very y >ung_ maiden of slender form and graceful gait, in I he simple though" neat dress of white, approached in sadness the confessional The measured tread c if her delicate feet was scarcelv audibl& Hdr iliixen hair hung upon her snow white neck in riati ral ringlets; her beautious eye, moistened with ihe tears of penitence,,bespoke her sorr row; and tie bloom of lier cheek, rivalling the delicate tinj o of the budding rose proclaimed Toor diffidence. Tlieiovelv drew near an old and pious priest who t at in readiness to hear her confession and absolve her from her sins. She kneeled before him, and off jredup her prayers with a trembling voice and p iiiitential fervency. The priest eucourjaged her, but her heart heaved with grief she buried her face in her hands and her tears coursed; thro' her fingers. - Poor child, spoke the pious old man, I will questio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

j Oongwf—Bretracted contest for Speaker, j gpiygayelast -wdck' tEe resuWof'ten unsuccess-l jBly tempte to choose a Speaker of the House du- i Wftg> Monday and Tuesday, in which Howell Cobb j P 9*59?*' *£ V°° candidate, got from 1 ns down i fe89, and Robert C. Winthrop of Massachusetts,! peiWhig candidate and Speaker of-Rst'CongrSs-.i ¦ tfrom 96 to 89; while David Wilmot of this! K«St.had 6 or 8 Free Soil votes, M. P. Gentry I ^fitf.Mozen southern Whig votes, and several j I"P bad a tfumber of scattering votes at each ! WtfL-V'V' -' - , 4 * j^4l^n?'4 a7 lV/re were four more votes ta-^fdrSrxiaker of /the House, in which Winthrop rjrt.up to 99 and Cobb down to 89, and the ecatter-$$$?* ^ increasing. A proposition was made l ?J%** -tne' rule *° *•to niake the highest number {?wfP,*-au election, but it was voted down, as Rerealeo several other motions, among which was Jjjil that tho House should choose a Speaker from l^.f?Mhi«nost' or if tlu'3 proved ineffectual afjer 3(ro pr th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

. \:. CONDENSED ITEMS. A..daughter of General Scott was married lately ^thenr name-sake, Col H. L. Scott who was Aid D> fheiQeneral during hU campaign in Mexico. GoL James Watson Webb, editor of the N. Y. kmrier and Enquirer, was lately married to a oung second wife, named Mrs. Cram, of a wealthy imily in Hew York, on the eve of hi* sailing for Europe as Charge to Austria. - ;JPj?<pBty choice Saxon Sheep imported? from Bre-^CO, accompanied by a Shepherd with a well rimed dog, arrived at New York last week. Double eagles or §20 gold pieces are about to be Boraedifor circulation by the C S. Mint K-Six Monks died of cholera on board of a steamer ¦ fear St'Louis lately. They were from Europe Iftnd bound for some Catholic institution out West I -Five Bears have been killed tliis fall in the woods near Gloucester Furnace in New Jersey. Tkeibeajj of Goveniment ~ for the State of Louisia-Tiftj|&.bj&a removed from New Orleans up to Baton jRouge, the resi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

t Tlato Foreign News. I j?y the irri\-«tiof the Caledonia bringing iiews frc|ii England uri.to the lotli of November, intelligejrec was received of the rteiptionofMr,Riv»as' Mijuste.r frtfm this, Government, by th<j Resident of jtlie Fref ch tUepubjie, Tliis "of coirie disnppoints the j hopes ¦ of the Washington Democratic" TTiijioh midjother "Locofoco croakers wbii oonfiijently predicted a rupture with Franca and a re TuVal to receive Mr. Ilivps by the French goverimeat ' oxb; week later. , Tlie steadier Canada'arrived at Halifax on Wednesday, bringing rtewsfrom England to Ithe'llkh or November^ j . : F From Hungary] we learn that fresh'condemnations are taking place and, no fewer than 15 additional executions at Arad are.threatened dnilvi. General Haynai is carrying on his unrelenting cruelties unchecked by higher authority} The presence oP. the English naval force at tho Dardanelles, and tpe hourly expected arrival of the French fleet, occasions some excitement lit C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

1 — , . I Bloody Tragedy in Boston. ! The Sussex]($,'J.| Register has compile<r"3ie following details of the shocking tragedy in Boston j which we briefly mentioned last week : Mr. George Park man, an aged, wealthy, and j well-known physician of Bost<m, suddenly disap- j peared on the 23d ol November ; and no trace was ! di.-coverable of his whereabouts" until a week after j I wards, when a mos. horrible developement was : ! made, rendering it highly probable that Ire had I | been murdered—his body mutilated, and a part of ! ; his remains burned t> ashes. The perpetniror of this atrocious act is supposed to be Professor John | W. Webster, a mai of fine acquirements, high ', standing, and genera ly respected and estecmtSt. T)r.rnr!nn.in was n very punctual cian, and never left home without fixing the hour when he would relink His absence at diuner on tho 23d, consequent^ alarmed his family, and this alarm, as his mysterious absence became more protracted ex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 13 December 1849

Presentment of I he. Grand Jury. i*> (he Hon. tt\c Judge* now holdpig ' ¦ Court* o.i Quarter Sesiions of the Peace, Oi/er an-i Tcnitiner, d-c, drc, in! and for the county vf Susquehanna : The undersigned, compjsiug a,Grand Inquest, sitting and enquiring for ;he body of said county, retpectfally present—That the business for the transaction of which they were summohet1 hither is closed—that their duties have been! light and consequently their business t-hort-T-that tlie'ir invo-tigationslhave led to the conclusion that but \ -ory little crime lias of late been committed within their juri«lidtinn, the offences whicMcorao io their knowledge having been of inferior grades] This result must be gratifying to ministers of justice not only, but to the connmmit r in general. \ The attention of the Inquest .has been respect fu'> ly mid urgently called to tho subject of " Bowling Alleys," those licenced p'sts, designed or Ue^ally toleratnl, as we think only tor tho accomm...

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