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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

pV. ,-r- ;--. SettleUeat WaiteA- , - A IX persons haying unset-Ued keconnts, or otlii\. erwfae indebted to the Isubsinbcrs, will call andadjust the ,,m|.-^^fc^ ^ ii "Montrose, Jan. 1 j, 1850. j . , - ~ ^-tre Toloi.ss • ALL persons knowing Uiejnsel ,-es to be indebted to the firm of Morr & F l'llui. must call and settle the same by tho 'first day of February next. i MOTT & FULLER. ; Bridgewatcr, Jari. 16,1850. - ' i Desolation THE copartnership heretofore ;xLsling between, F. Churchill aha L. F. Txowl ridge, is this day (dissolved by mutual consent, an! the hooks and Accounts arc in th» handsj of ]>. F.Trowbridge, Iwhere all settlements must be m: idc. i F. dHU 1CHILJ,, ! L.H.TR0WBRIDGE, I Great Bend, Jan. 8, 1880.! , n3-3w. J>is«olntioE. THE partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers,in the Tailoi ing business was dissolved on the 31st of Dcd last. ^ ! 'I. LINES, i.C. B1SSELL, - N. B. 'ilic Tailoring busines will hereafter be carried ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

Skerifrs Sales. BY virtue of writs of Plana FLFa. issued out of the Court of Common Pleas and to me directed, I will expose to bublk sale at the Court "House in. Montrose, en Jdonday tho 2.1st day of January next at one o'clock t.m-All of Silas.:Anson's interest in all of that certain tract or parcel-, of land situate, lying and being jn tlie township of Greatl Bend, county ^ f Susquehanna, late Uie estate of. Jacob Skinner 2d, and Eliza Squires, described by said Sheriff deed to sa5d William Dayton, dated April! 18th, 1844, containing 400 acres, and 140 perchies with aBowance of 6 per cent.—Also, one other tract situate in the same township and county aforesaid, being tlie undivided lialf of 1400 acres, late the estate of the saidjacob Skinner 2d, as described by the said Sheriff deed bearing Aite May '23d, 1844, being the samfcpremises described in a ^certain contract between Nyilliam Dayton and Eli-.as Thomas, Executor, thb 10th day of December AD. 1844, exempting abd reserving...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

Z^t A, Flax Seed, Tallow, and- Pine Lrmibcr, V* taken for Goods at TURRELL's. ^pRINTS-Ha new and cheap lot just opened and JLr-for'sjdifey \ J. LTONS. ; December 10. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

* Watchman what of the night?' CLOCKS, WATPHES, AND JEWELRY of all the various rjfjtteins in New York market, can be liad at True's, No, 4, Public Avenue. He offers W atclies for nt lo.-ist two dollars less than the same quality have beenj offered in this market. Purchasers may be sure that none but No. 1, letter A, are soldhcre, for wclfcnd'tis but such can be safely warranted. [i • Patent Lever Watijhes, gold, from $45,00 to ?90,00 Do. ' silver, from 18.00 to $23,00 Detached Lever, gold, from . 35,00 to 45,00 " Do. silver, from 15,00 to 20,00 Cylinder Escapettrjent, gold, from 28,00 to 35.00 .Do. silver, from 12.00 to 15,00 English Quarters!, - from ' 6,00 to 8,50 Gold Pens and Pencils from f 1,73 to ?8,00, Gold Kings from 3 .ihiljihgs to $3,50. Breast Pins from 1 shilling to «8,00, Mlver belt slides, gold, steel and gilt chaina, gold ICpys, slides, steel beads & ehups, silver ware, must$j.boxes, accordions, and a thousand and. one traps, which, for Want nf rorau, we mus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

ini.1T. 4c.[sric BailrMdl JBvaryb«< | :- j \, ^^. Marl^^jLlp^,;^.,-'^t m i^f^Iifc; iuo^cmicrs.are now preparedrTo^roceive 5} ; jL| Freightotoll kinds atlheOwegbl Depot, and | also at tho"Bingliamton, Great-Bend, and-Lnnesbo- m •rcf Depots, every Tuesday, Weidntsday andThurs- M [day,'of each week, and contiiiue with regubufity m ;tlirougliobt pe season. '.Tliey ;will attend to: for- m i warding tlicj same to the New-Tork Market, whfre m jtliey have made; arrangements with* experienced m jsalesraeri, iwho wiUaftend tb'the selBni'bf the~m ; sirne, and rfcturn the! proceeds in Bankable- furMtt p I at cithe'r of-jtho above Dcrots, to the foUowingperr si I sons.;--*At tlie store of F.rRaynsford, Owcgo; at ;m ; the stbfchotbc of C. M'ftinney^Bingliamton; at the ':m office of Jai Griffih, .Great Beiid; and at the Hotel M ofiE.'Bciisy ^ Ijinaslxirb'.' " ' '-j'f" ~""''-'" '*!yi¦" M i -:-' - , T JAMES SiSK,BirigIu»mton, ¦- «i ® ; i JAilJ^GRIFPm.Gre^tiBend,^' i-i . ].., K RATNSFORD, Oi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

! ^ — ~~^^^~rr — ^^»^>^»M^#%tf»^^ ' MAEEIED, -. In Conldin, on: the 5lst clt, djy Eld. D. Diinock, • Mr. Gilbert jJ. Gebxaxd, pi Dutchess co, to Miss ij Leer M. W^btsovs of tiie firmer place. At B' mghatnton, on the 6lh instant, by Rev. D.J HaU, Mr. Aj^md JoifSS of ] Windsor, to Miss* j . Mxukda C. AntixiM of Binghamton.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

II . ..¦' . . i :' ¦J-: ' MED.i ~ i/ : In Lathrop op thrjiotli inst, Wnaun Doak, aim et David CL and Lucretia gojitb, aged % -jem. Ie Kew Miifoja oo 'sietof December 1849i lik i Rear Hatpen, aged'71 year?. Her family was i toe firat thitisettled in the place nearly 00 years ago, and she waVtiwiast survivor of thcicarlysettlers»a-out towashiji. , ,. < /

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

¦ ———¦¦——g^———MB i -Jfew.'Gooda. - .t ;' . , ~ ¦• . AlJEL TTJRREIX |S now receiving his Fall and Wintersnppljr.'bf JL ^ods (embracing nearly-every thing tWantpd m tiua-market,>wliich:wiH'be sold extremely LOWr foi ra.iA or ready pay. My assortrajent' \tgay t.beglassed in part as follows: -j, " ::".;;::.,^: J i Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals; Paiiits.'.Oils, I)yS'; Stuffs," Groceries; Dijy-'Goods,'Hardware, Stone-Ware, Glass Ware, Clocks. Watohes, Jewelry, Sik i-er Spoon*, Spectacles,' Musical Instruments, Liquors, Perfumery, MirrpSs.Statiuiieiw.Brushes.Shoe?, Taukee Notions, <£c. <tc ¦ '¦ ¦ ;,- f 1 Tliankful Tor the liberal patronagrrnud subsfmitial cncounig'enieiit hitherto received, I hope to merit and receive a continuance of the same. -;':i; ¦: A few of the articles kept for tale are named below : . | . ' Groceries.—A[good variety of,Siigars, fiiio flavored Teas, goodj and clieap MolaWos/Coffce, Pepper. Spice, Ginger, SUleratus, Raisins, Rice, Macfir er.el. C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

I -ft'"n "'li. ')¦?¦¦','£' •-• —j I J^g^^j^^™5T' I Management of Fanns. A. writer jia the Southern Planter gives the, bffipg inatructiona in regard to the man-. ement ofthe {arm. It is worthy of a careperusal t ' _ ; Aa it regard^ the management of farms, ?n among practical men, there exists a fersity ofjopinion. Some persons contend »t grazing is, often judicious; others, as fossil ShJBlbv1 in your Sept No, says, )oh't graze your land <sither winter or suui-&" Some farmers believe tbaf it is better manure a small quantity of land well; lw», to extend it over a larger surface. ime, like Dr. Baldwin,' advocate shade to novate worn out soils; and others care not r the shade so they obtain the substance. BiT-eomo if these opinions are right, but luire experience ana good judgement to der thine which to prefer at the time, witn all e attending circumstances. To graze arable land during the whole pe->d it is noi in cultivation is certainly to imiverish it;. bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

Economise Your Fodder. It ia true that the hay harvest, the present eason, has been an abundant one. Farmers ire] rejoicing in the fullness of their gratitude Vet tile replension of their barns and granaies.yet economy must superintend the labor >f feeding or even amid our affluence we hall feel the pinching hand of want Every •article of nutriment contained in the ton, ^hould be made available. No " arts" must pe mouldering in the" manger; no refuse be •emitted to accumulate in the bam. Whatever, has grown and been stored away for use acstbe turned to profit To accomplish his[ successfully, root and straw cutters are ^dispensable assistants. By their aid a very rcat saving may be effected, and much that 'ould be otherwise totally lost, or appropri tedin such a way as to produce less than tie-half, or one-fourth its legitimate results, p made to oontribute richly in the produc-I'oniOfavaluable'and important end. Steamiigialso, when practicable, without involving ki ex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

MONTROSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. EI. BI3IOCK—Aitorney at Law—(Sice removed to Front Room of his residence, two door* east of bis former location, in Turnpike street, third building from corner of Public | A vcuue,i and nearly opposite SL S. Wilson's S^ore. June,11849. ~ I A. BALDWIN—-Saddle, Harness,,Carpet-Bag and Trunk Manufacturer,.and Carriage Trimmer, Shops, on Turnpike street, opposite Ii L. Post <fc Go's, i CM. SI3H JllOiSf S—Fashionable Boot and Shoe maker, over A. Baldwin's Harness shop, Tjurn pike street ] ROSE «fc SIMPSON—Dealers in Stoves, Stove trunmings. Tin, Sheet Iron and 'Copper Ware, Dry Goods, Groceries, (hx. Public Avcpuc. ELDRED &. SEWCOMB Dealers in ! Hats, Caps, and Furs; opposite the " Democrat 1 " Printing office, foot Pubhc Avenue. , JOHjV CfaOVES—Fashionable Tailor-; dver 1 Geo. Fuller's Book Store, where he 'does wort in i a style altogether unsurpassed. i ^ ! PETER STEVESS—Cabinet and Chair 1 Maker: foot -of Public A vanue. ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

United States Wholesale Clotii-L ink Warehouse!! EW1S4HANF0BD, Nos. 252, 254, 2B6 and 258 Peakj. Steeet, (Betwccii Fulton st and B-urling Slip,) NEW YOMC have on hand the largest assortment of Clotiusq iutho United-States, adapted to all markets! 1 In the article of Shirts and Drawers, we keep an endless variety. Also, the most extensive manufacturers of Oil Clothing and Covered Hats1 in the world. Plain and Fash ionable Clothing, of all kinds. Catalogues ofstock sent by mail. Orders promptly filled: LEWla & HAKFOliD, 29-6m Nos. 252, 254, 256, and --'58 .Pear/ st ^ N. Y New Arrangement. C BALDWIN would tender thanks to his • friends for past favors, and would inform them that he has sold out the Saloon, Eating and Drinking department,! aniLtmsts tlio business will be kept up in good stylcBbrt that be has taken the Other room on the 'east side, next tn M. S. Wilson's Store, where he has opwied a front Shop for his Baking and Candy business, wholesale and retail Montrose, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

Mew Arrangement of Stages. ~ Bcti-pecn Montrose anfy Great Bend. , A FOUR horse stage cojicli -will leave Searle's Hotel in Montrose for Qreat Bend twice, ov^- ry day. (Sundays excepted^ vjiz: at 8 o'clock A. M. arrivin<» at Great Bend in ^mia for the day train of cars'going east and the hight train from New-York going west, and at 8 jP., M. arriving hi time for tlie night train going eas| ,and the day train from New-York going wast..; Returning, leave Great Bend on tlie. arrival of each train pi cars from Ney york. Careful and accommodating drivers and first rate teams are employed on.this route—and the proprietors pledge .themselves, to use" every exertion to make their line pleasant and expeditious. For seats apply at Searle's Hotel, in Montrose. jog M. TRUESDELL «fc CO. S. Y. & E. Railroad Freight tine, Stephens arid Thompson's Forwarding Line from Great Bend—Capt. J, W. Thompson. STEPHENS & THOMPSON will forward freight from Groat Bend to New, York by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

—^——¦—¦—¦——»^———'1 THICKS OB* ariCKS. " ijst EviBrBOlfv IUad ,tb)» CabW,oi*v.—There- i. « - S£5rp.rin^far «al« «a *f. ^^"UiSi^ORirV To^hiWnirSSMranarilla. It lis -iu!»crti™a« «'« DRtGi. , BuuCsBHHmtSaS iu u.4 m* VT^JSSSTZ • «adBsverw|i»: but<taformcVly•*»-«1SSfe'£ (lain, arid Uw liiso-yertie sMu&et the title ofirpc ¦ " ™™« purpose of gaining crclit format h?ji» not. He »«"*« bS .-.tendcutwo mcc«cal «chub!s, mi P^"™^0 ^™!™ year*! !*' Now Hie truth w, hd nev«r precuwl «"»'£"" Siylo.hb lift! Such «i<fal, U!ic*ed misreprcMirtadOT look* bad to the character aaJ veraciiy of the man. I ™ most eincerely, he hml never rrcide UioAjWataneats oi. Jijra-Kit it of mel Wlicu wUl.men !e«rn lode hnjieisi inidtroth, ful in all thrfr deilinsn and.intcrcour«- with their, fellow men! He .abplicd w" oue ttati Clapn 10 .awut lum in manufacturina lus inixturd, siatin-the large sums he wool.l -make, m an tulucerocM 10 embark In the busines. I ncse men have bin insniuk an<l H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

. u:ji "j PloaglM. .;..-,,.,, ,.,:,.... i A TPVytf j assortment of]Flou|^s of jUto: most ap-JnL. proved ^tUjiiis of Mbotroe s «jd iir^hamton mwiuJWrfle, aad castings, just -received and-for sale at redoiced prices by vH. BtTRBlCT. .-yevMUford, Atora 10,18i9. V ~3^ ,^¥ . BtAStlNG PbWDER and SAFBTr-FlrSE at ¦"" TUaBELTj'S. Montrose, Oct. ,16,. 1849.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

J .,•-,. i,: . .... ..- --—Jb :].'r ij^niitx^ .itvApfut. ¦ \ Read1 tliia Coltud^ | There is * Snrfapslrilla for talc io.lhjildtBerentno,; saUnd ol-I.Dr. JacobTownseiid't Sarsaparilla. ,ii j, \ verti«4 «,-ihe "orUiiial. tic TliU" Is^'notoiJ r?'»ehoj>d.T; Dr. Ton-nscud has -eirtsite*ibViv#9(l«jJ «w last ei^hi years in ardvOrtisioj hi».S«rsap«rilI». fC 'rui£ P^ «iename4ir ami rspWauoo-.^hrpiighoutife BBlted Siate^iaj . £oatCruart<)f-Ju«'wcirld--lhe^i, ' h™*.enormous. -T ' ^-kJ.->:»sjj >... -., j ' .3h il!Jt-, *d til" e»P ditr of cerUitt'lO^ile&Ieajnek m,hii^foi. ,, ?,'wbo u*>b«» enffas^ in;«ddll«s chess I^?SSiA*.w',d- ¥e "'Pplwil to* miifausr'-oftoea^ Ef •foliiTv 'J' toH'the u»ofhifjraiiHo.p«a? '; l^,J?,»'?h ihSv,,! '" aa ""i-in? as an liiaaeenfeS ! S^'irf^Wa?Aulrio~L1iA,"0°S other, he «ppW : t»Charla^"Wa,troiiN l-yiq. Eaii„t »rtB0:jw{1jfeti.jtJ^lX who scorned sacha^ropotuso,,. Mr1 ^ ^ajS1>rkw& formerly ilone,ioF -the] Proiirl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

IJ . Look to lour Stables. l-5i?fr -i ipr&l weatnerj has come, and it should bo fcUected that with warm aad comfortable Ktoi yrmr cattle may be wintered Well with Ech less food jhan they will require if your ftblrjs are cold and uncomfortable "The jkj |o anmrneriyour cattte •well, is to winter | ein well; and! half the secret of good winkng is to keepthem warm. Ariinial heat is [jrieratedin .proportion to the abundance P^cefience ctf t^eir food. Esposure to ie cold air wi&o^irirai-heat rapidnV, and of prefe makes m^t^f^L necessary to re-sup-| p ii"jiist as an openjtioor makes itiiecessa-^tejil*aye more wo6d' iu the stove. If your jwklrun doWn m the winter, and come out mi and feeble all tbesuiBrner will not fully iBrfthemup again." A little, time and oney may be profitably expended in fitting »m^ stalls and stables,! and rendering iemlsuitablo for the winter accommodation ly^ieattie.—^afe. Farmer. \ ** /

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 17 January 1850

pf trVv,'.:- Apples as Food. ^Thejmportande apples,1 as food, {rearlar^Vr^eWrP.AgTicdturalist,) baa uot rierto been suSBciently estiinated in this tiutiyjior uaderstood., Besides contribu-|g» large projrfjlrtion of sugar, mucilage and ber-iiiutrjtiye matter,^in/the ^form of food, ISy flOTtain such a fine combination of vegbble acids, exuraciiye substiuces, and aro-|^ Jp^riuciples, with the nutritive matter, as I ^(Wwpfj^Tjii- the cspaaty U. reiser M^'f^^^aia. .|oti-6eptics ,f^aud'vbenirsje-|ie^-'ai^tiie:BeMon oC.riper|fesa,''.by rural | >^^^iflti^ :.itliey;:^^^.prirint debilijy, [ieogiiien dig«ti<m, corwet the putrefactive lidens^ of ^.rfroireuous food, avert *cur\T %*>•-•. H,i<T»iwt-l-*:i-'.''4^'»i''( - -Va 1--BiT': V-.---- . jj* W'tiM)i!^mw$W, s*& . swenghteu. the kenof jrtx>duct 4Fe labor, j; - Kiwioperator. |jf Gornwalli; in England; lisider ripe appjp nearly as pourisbmg as l~! •I'"- 1 ¦ ¦ ii.' ¦ ST 1 .... .i - bread, and more ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

THE fcEGISTEB. PUBLTSiOED EVBBT THURSDAY BY [ James W. Chapman.,' ,, J Advance payment in Cash per, year, , 81 60 If paid wMm the year, "2 00 irfottttheicnd-ot the year, 2 60

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

. .. | ;¦" LINES .'" ' ¦' ¦' . . Sc«JE5T£I> OX REAMXG TWO YOUNG AND ISTEBESTISO OOLOBED OIBW SlNO. ' | Dirge-like music! thrilling numbers f-. !'' Wakjng every latent string, . Deep witbm my heart that sluinbeis-Ti While these templed arches ring. -^ I ' i • '' ¦' . Sing on, though the strain be wildly, Deeply fianghttrith notes of woe, ' Souls ineir sympathies should mingle—Let our tears together flow. Prom oppression's dark dominions, _ * When the tyrant Slavery reigns, ^ You've escaped, bat down trod millions, Still must wear his galling chains. . Glad we hail your fetters riven— ¦ ¦ ^ Yours be Freedom's richest boon,—- Here beneath a smiling heaven, '• •"* Slay yon find a happy home Bnt, though tyrants cannot harm yon—Though your fetters are laid low—Can the joys of freedom charm you While your breth'ren'i wrongs yon know1 "No!" they answer, " cries from bondage, Come on every southern breeze; Never! while their groans can reach us, Will your heaven-born blessings p...

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