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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

For the Susquehanna Register. " Farewell! Farewell! that lonely frord!" BY GEOEGE W. WEEKA FarewelH farewell I" that lonely word is softly uttered how, > And while we breathe it sad and low, a shade is on . thy brow,— " ' A shade o{ sorrow on the brow of one so wnmg and fair,— -r ¦ V 0 God, rem'ove it and replace, a smile of lunsluhc there! True it ia doomed that thou and I, toci soon, alas 1 mjjst part, ' And bitterly that farewell rendjj Uie -bruised and bleeding heart; " ' But sorrows such as these are felt that "we mav s _ better leam To prise thp blissful moment when the wand'rer shall return. Farewell! Jfaretfell 1 that solemn word dulls to the aching breast, And lips that ever met in love, now closer still are prest— • Now closer still are prest; till we shall: feel the burning kiss ; Enshrined-within the gentle heartr-tho eourco of sweetest bliss. t Farewell 1 I leave thee, and the cares of fife I seek again, But still this heart will cling to thee, as to its ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

?—: Benevolence. We ropy the following from the Boston Past—¦ "Absalom Bliss" is the type of quite a numerous class, and many will have no difficulty in 'rccogniiingjjmiiar features in the cliaracteristicss. of some of their friends. .' : A ben'evolent man was Absalom Bliss—- .' At each_aud every tale of distress He blazed right up like a rocket; i He felt for all beneath poverty's smdrt, "Who were fated to bear life's roughest part—lie felt ibr them in his inmost heart, ' But never felt in his pocket I } He didn't know rightly what was meant • •' By the Bible's promised four hundred per'cpnt, For cliarity's dpnatkm; But he acted as if he thought railroad stocks And bonds, secure beneath earthly locks, ! Were "better, with packets brim full of rociks, Than. Heavenly speculation. ¦ Yet all said he was aif excellent man ; ¦ To (lie [xv ir he'd preach—for the poor Wo! plan; To lietter them he was willing; ' ! But the oUest man, who had heard him pray And preach for the poor in a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

That's his Own The Rev. Dr. is what is commonly denominated "a celebrated preacher," I His reputation, however, has not been acquifed| by his tdrawing largely upon his own stores of knowledge h^idi elo quence, but by the skill witil which he appropriates the thoughts and language of the great; divines who'have gone before him. Fortunately Jbr i him those who compose a fashionable audience; are not deeply read in the pulpit lore-, and accordingly, with such hearers, he passes for a wonderl of erudition and pathos. It did, nevertheless,; happen that die doctor was once detected in his plagiarisms. One Sunday as he was beginning to delight the spr ightly beaux and belles belonging to by congregation, a grave old gentlemen seated iumsalf close -to the pulpit, and listened with profound attention. The doctor had scarcely finished his third sentence, before the grave old gentleman muttered; Joud enough to be heard by those near libs,u Thai's Sherlock r The doctor frowned, but went...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

HOW TO MVt GOOD NEIGHBORS.' "So you have bought the pleasant farm where Mr. Dalton'usedto live V- said Mrs. Emery to Mrs Austin. " %t is a pretty place, but, after all, I shall not envy you—for there will be the Watsons under your elbow, and worse neighbors you never found Watson, you know, spends all he can get for liquor, and his wife is little, tetter than himself; indeed, some say if she was the woman she should be, her husband would lie a better man. And their children—the pests of tho neighborhood, brought up to idleness and miscliief-4-they bid. fair to perpetuate their parents' character." " Poor", children 1" «iid Mrs. A-, mnnrnfuUy-r "what better can W0; expect of them, than thai they perpetuate their parents' characters, except there ne redeeming, influences cast around -them i Their poor mother lias much to harden her heart She was an orphan, cast out on the world in infancy. Her heart never unfolded tho buds of its affection beneath the genial smiles of ^parenta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

| The Arctic Expedition.; ! ? iAdy Franklin* Letter to,Gcnrrnl Taylor. From the National Intelligencer. ¦• a ' f ^K1,For-D-fi^CE, IxiN-Dps, April 4, lfilO. ; Sir}: I address myself to you as the'head of ;, great; nation, whose power to help-me Icanno: Uonb'4 and in -whose disposirion to do so 1 liavf confidence wliieh I trust you will not ileehi pre sumpiuus. r ; 1 Tliii name of mv hu.Jjand, Sir John Franlflin, '& probably not unknown to you. It is Ihrtiinately foimected with tlie northern part df the conjinen" ^>f wlijcli the America>i.B*pnbliosfprma s<|>Lar^e ant eonspjeuous a portioa ' When I visited the llnilet StuteJ, tlireu years ago,vamong the "many prlofs; J. received of respect aud Courtesy, there ! was! none whicU touched and even surprised mo mora (lion flie appreciation every where expressed to lie of his fcjrmer services in geographical discjovcrv, and the interest felt in tlie enterprise iu which-lJe wa;) tlien engaged. •' i ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

Tl^e Expedition Sir JdimFrankliiL .,- 1 lie utmost efforts of the British Go ^ vprninent to unravel the'mystery tliat hangs over the Esj)lqrii|ig expedition of Sir Jobu Franklin, had\uptp,the'lakt accounts from England, produced nooaeiiniteresnRs The history of tliis enterprise ia ddubilesis &m3ur to our readers. ¦ Tlie object was the discovery ofj a north-west passage ,'to the Pacific,' andj Sir John Franklin, in May, liS-tSy left EnglandTimder the auspices and Jpatroiuigq of the Government, with direetions|o proceed ^ at once to LnncasterlSounj], . and to penetrate with' as little delay. asjpossiblE, through that iuid its continuation, 13urrow's;Str4Ut5, mitltlic sitould reach the longitude of Cfipe.Walker, atioutlfS degrees west, from which pcimt every effort v^si-to be made to penetrate in a'course as direct ail possible towards Beliring's Straif^: ~ T\fo fine ships, .composed the expedition—thc]Erebjis and the Terror—and were manned by.'138 rnefi Nothing lias been...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

•,;-;:; - J'NstiohaJ^ndi^irfttiW^|i& • The Whigs • of Ireiinetisellavo nommatod 0<# Nieia'Browtt;foi|re.-«lectic>iB. -; n^^^M'^iV^^ The following passage from, his addrom W'ttig occasiph, .wdl sho* how his Excellency fl.InV^^ia speaks on the subjecl of'sKve^WWmJet^witti the new terrltoriel.' Itis n Wc^- eloqaeir l «d» tr idUc: expositionpf, the ' enlightened riaHin ~Sjfc ment of tlie whoh|South , with.thcfttngle cxceptMk perIwps,,of the' ewtb of Soum Carofiniv an^fwltt find a re3ponsive|cord- iri';the' hearts W«B,: t»ni Americans; ini 'b vefy; eec%n of ;SSe-^tonHiSto&r. y, ": Ile<x)ngratulat£ltho Whig*or^:th«i»e« in the Presidentiai campaign, and.:rcmarju(|:tt« some questjonsihj|l recently arisen, to one o^wl^fc he: would -safludel—tlio skvery quesUoii;:«riMi from the ncqtiisit|in "of ' ¦ ' hew':temtoricar; He Sd that on a' questi<|i such as: this he need grreii pledges—he had m liis birth and;education something better thau pledges....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

THE; EEGISTEfi. j PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY James W. Chapman; Advaneepoyment'nCash per year, 81 50 If poidVitlunthe yBa¥; 2 00 rrnotattheendof tlie year, 2 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

^^^:toi»rttft '-8ngg«rUoii; .'-<•''; •(-*- We learn ifroin the Bradford Argus that it has hwo Wggeated for the purpose of making the «Wjedy completion of the North Branch Canal a BP^^f?*''$$$ m ^ °oxt legislature, to unite Jl?u»6^ distinction of party in favor of the strong^-' •it imb who eah be: selected, to send as RepresentiW^^^jaccoriirigly Judge Conyngham and H. »v^^^ lSb *&•?*¦ ***& spoken of in Luzerne, Informer hieing considered a Loco and tiie tatter * .Wlitfedv and highly popular Whig member of; Ai[W flotise. The Argus intimates" that asimi- I W:-u*tk*" for the tame purpose might1 be practica- i 'i$$?tt !v *?? members of Bradford, and that Mr.' Jirrrtijmig ht be chosen by acclamation by such o compromise in Wyoming, unless the "Montrose ^ue'm Susquehanna should prevent it, (Susqno-| tt6f'jb^l (g (connected with Wyoming.) ' cc •a;-«fffiW;l5?*^t.how successful was the union ticket formed on the same principle when the North Bnuieli Improvement ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

I¦ ; Dt»^M; it^jnboat^bisasteri W preat,toas of U£r>-SteasMr Bmpir» SuqW 1 Off Thursday night his^bout JO o'clock^the Steajner Empire, of Tiw, was run into by'theSchoojDief ^foah Brown,1 a-toile below Newhurg, and snnk jrapidly in about .twenty feet of water. A great bnmbcr of prssengers.' were on board, many of kvhom had retired {o their berths, and the consternation was dreadful indeed. Two steamers came ' quickly to their aid anilsaved sonie-800'of the passengers, wliile. the bodies of some 15 or 20 persons have been found, and it is supposed several more Jives must htive been lost At lour last accounts Measures were in operation to raise the boat, which l^fas pa rtially accomplished. It is said that one flady was killed by a"blow on the' head from an axe, j\yhik cutting through the deck.!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

Leggett's; Gap B^imd • ."By the foUowmgjiadract of a letter, to thoEditor of the Wilkes Barre: Adyocate,It will be seen tliat the Engineers arrJfalready at work locating tho route for this Railroad from the Lackawanna, and a correct account is here given of the obstacles being overcome if a Locomotive track can be mode over to the .waters of the | Tunkhannock. Not the least difficulty will be found in ascending the Martins creek valley and desebnding tho Salt Lick with aneasy grade for a Locomotive. ' May 12, 1849. S. D. Lewis:— ' Dear sir, " A Corps of; Engineers are prosecuting a Survey ,of the ." Leggett's'Gap Railroad," from a point on the Lackawanna near the mouth of Roaring Brook, to the Great *Bend, a distance hot exceeding 40 miles. The New York papers have made sonie^statements about the road which are not plain, and render the locality of the road rather obscure. Tho following facts "you arc welcome to use for the benefit of the readers o£ your paper. An Act granti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

CONDENSED ITEMS The Store of Elliott <fc Tompkins of Towanda was lately entered and robbed of sonie goods of small value, and about $2 in change. The rogue was foiled in his attempt to open the safe, though he stole tlie key from tlie Clerk's pocket The mail coach between Honcsdale and Carbondale was robbed of a trunk belonging to a passenger, one night last week. ' It is supposed the villain intended to get a trunk containing -? 10.000 which one of the passengers had just drawn from Honesdale Bank. Two little girls; (says the Carbondale Journal) were drowned at that place two weeks ago. Another slight accident on the railroad is reported, from the cars running against a tree which bad fallen in the way. We have not learned the particulars. Ali Irish woman named Mary McGrath was committed to prison at Binghamton last" week, on a charge of poisoning her infant child. Gen. Scott has been called by the President to resurie the chief command of the army—his headquarters t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

' ii :ore 1 wnMhe^ Now: York mi k Wc fleah pe^jill'O'Wuig jCxtracts from the citjf papers relatiwi to die Urte ?unbappy?iotand bloodshed, ii i uddiil< n t< the piu-ticulars grycn;lnstweek*': After thc-iiruig 'had. ceased on Tliursdny nighfc an'd this militaiiy hid firmly cccupied the ground, the rio ers were scattered' in squad' s through the streets -j-armiilg themselves with stjjnes and striving to irouse the indignation of the thousands. who assenil led as sjjecttitors. They met, however, with but sliirht success. fTho crowd'could not have num bered, ess than' 2.1,000 persons; and yet among them all, we dfe-nqfc believe there were more than five hundred.\vho tjook an active'part' in the riot ; and of these frfdfiteta boys. A body of notciis assembled at VauxhaH Garden, at d listened to tho most inflammatory harangues from tlieirj leaders. Comparative quiet, howevi sr, had been jrestored at 2 o'clock. Thm law and ortfer were nobly sustained mid restore 1 at l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

An ADiiealfof Mr. Macreadv ' & pnbhshod in the Boston papers of Tuesday moijnmg, s)igneds by William H. Prescott, the. historian, Robek Rantoul, Jr.,; G. S, Hilliard, and'three ot|ier gentlemen of like distinction. It isaddressed to'the pullicjnnd commences -wjith the following stltlement Qf-the reasons which induced it: I| is dueto the feelings of Mil Macready, who caniiot in his own-persouiadtlress the public, after the; mournful occurrences/at New York, tliat ah authentic statement should ibe, made, from wlu'ch every, rightminded man will|je"' able jto judge how far lie is responsible for-what has been done. Ifc^ould have been preferable that such a statement should enhinate from persons in,New York, well acquainted with most of the facts; and who, we doubt not at^the proper timc,Nwouia hiive been ready to make a.Wst representation of thetm :tej.the public; but Mr. Macready has been j compelled to leave'that citjyj,andlie is necessarily here for a short time, before...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

TUE REWSTEH f .^v:^-^:OHAtlMft BditSr; j ,f|| '"."J'¦"¦»¦».,. .1... »* ,* ¦;¦¦¦.. ,, ..^¦^.....« ... . J: jiraiJB^^qp^^g, 1Mb. « ^W^^™^M— I ... I ¦ '. ^ - ' ^ST> ^e "ltend to send out Bills of accounts due M ...fccj Subscription, Advertising, «Sic. within the [MiMiXkiL^ajB. wherever convenient, and hope all indebtedw^l be.ready to settle up. at least all old

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

{Great Fires-~at St. Louis; Cincinnati &c. < A terrible fire occurfed at St'Louis-on tho 18th jinst,which broke out near the Telegraph office which jwas destroyed together with whole blocks of build-Sngs along the river front, including 5 banking houses, all the Insurance offices and a great portion, of ihe hueiness houses. The fire spread furiously jamong the.wharvesi, and 2" largo Steamers were destroyed The loss by this destructive conflagration is estimated to be at least five or six millions. j : Another great fire at Cincinnati occurred. Lost punchy, which destroyed ten oria dozen valuable ^raildings and an immense amount of property. j The house of a Widow Frciin, near Brattlebbro, fVermont, was burned on Monday morningl togethjer with a barn.- otUhouses and !other property.— ^lore deplorable still is the fact that she herself ftvas burned up in the house. Three or four other ^females barely e=caped: by leaping, from the chamber windows. j ¦ , » —_. j Sit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

Arrival of the Steamship GaiatlaJ rwwnf the Avians—King ofPrussia D ^l Like Imperial Crown^-.War\ in dZ Znrl^The French at Rotne^&ib-2Z$ Sicily toJTa^V 1 Xne stearasbip' Canada arrived at Halifax on Monday evening, and ta «xjfe$pd to, rcjd> vew York to-morrow. Her netvs was fcile-^ pbed from St. John's', and fc one wiek S The Canada sailed from C.verpool|on ihe 5th. inst. . Tb.e news is considered, com-,DtSaS^^«-^ Parliament, but the mmisfry has carefully avoided giving any information of the-views or intentionsof the Government .relative to the pending quarrel. - ¦ i , Hcngarv.—Official notice of: tlie -intervention of Russia in Hungary, has been received at Paris. The men placed at the disposal of the Austrian!* is 80,000. j The war ia Hungary is assuming a serious aspect The Austrians have be^n signally defeated. , '1-. DEKMARK.-^-TUe war m SchlesTvig cohtinnas and the promised peace sceins far; dis tant. [ . TTALV, Tlie news of the arrival of the French cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

" Arrest of a Steam Dnefcp - j A Dr. Cross, has been arrested avt'irouusburg, I'a. for manslaughter, changed with caasii" the death of a patient by; improper treatment The Democrat says: ; An '" Indian,' named Cross, undertook for the consideration of ?5, paid in advance, to cure Mr. Daniel Quiu of a rhcuinaliii? pain.— He commenced by steaming bim, by seating turnover a.pot of boiling water, and covering him with a blanket. Into the watop he droppod at short intrevals, hot bricks, to keep up a requisite temperature. After continuing this operation for about three hours, he put the patient to bed, with half a-dozen- Lot bricks close to different parts of hisjbody and limbs:, and t fith a great number' of {blankets. comfortables and coverlids on "top of liim. covering up hi* fave as well-as liis whole l..«lv. -J!i" pa'i-nt or victim b~gg4d for air, but it was almost wholly denied h&h. Tlxj doctor started off on a visit to ojur town, giving strict orders that the cover...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

Oninicins of the Prass. Upon the late improvement of the 'Register and tke4ut>/:bf the Whigsof this county to sustain it. ' j " ' ¦ '. From.the Montrose Democrat. - 'S^Spbtjokd Up."—^The Register last vreek made its appearance in a bran-new dress, jn which it looked spruce enough. * * * K the tV*b.i gs of Susquehanna do not respond heartily to his enterprise and give his new paper a liberal support, the fault \n\\ be their own. »»=-«- '|'' :¦ Irom the Cnrbpndale Jonrnul. Glad to see if.—The Susquehanna Register, has put on a new! dress, and comes tons in an enlarged form. , With this change top, the editor seems to have brushed off the rust, (seemingly engendered by his long contact with thpse " same old type',) and judging from the last njimber, his" paper hereafter will lie creditable to the party, and we trust profitable to himself. The Register is associated with our earliest recollections: it was the first, newspaper we ever read, and it seems as if but yesterday...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 May 1849

Sick HnsnACiL— Wrighfs Indian Vegetable. °UU are a certain cure for every description of head: icho, because thev cleanse the body from those mc rbid humors, which if confined in the stomuch, are the cause of nausea nnd sickness, want of appetite disajrreeiiblc taste in the mouth, bad breath, wasting of Bic gums, .decayed teeth, and many otlicr distrcfcin^'cbmplaints; nnd when taken -into the circulation, nnd thrown upon the various parts o: the body, give rise to every malady incident to i nan. Four or five of Wrighfs Indian Vegetable 1'ills, taken once ih twenty-four hours, will hi a short ime put a complete stop to Sick Headache; nt the s xme time the digestive organs will be restored to a healthy tone. (gg~ Beaare of Counterfeits and Imitations.— -Remember that the originnland only genuine Ye; eta ble Pills have the written signature, William Wright on tlie top label of each bos. The genuine for. sale by ABEL TTTRREhl. and F. B. CHANDLER & CO., Montrose. Ed. Tiffany,...

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