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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

- Awful Calamity. . Dreadfhl Bsploaioa aad I*m of Ltfa. On Monday last we had te'egraphienewa, of • most'terrihte catastrophe whicli occurred tajfew Tork city that morning, by the explosion of a steam boiler in the "printing Press manufactory of A. B. Taylor <£.Co..in"Hkgue street, near Pearl, by which the wb.de building, which was a large brick efie, •ix stories high, was instantly blows to atoms, and as it was stated, some 80 persons employed in that manufactory, snd iaa Hat body manufactory of St, John, Burr. 4 Co. in one story of the same'building, were buried in the rums. i Many were killed instantly, and their bodies so \ blown mto fragments or horribly mangled by the falling bricks and timbers, that their remains could not be recognized, while many more probably perished after dreadful suffering under the mass of rums before they could be relieved, and many more were extricated by the utmost exertions of a large .body of firemen and citizens during the day, sti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

THE BKOISTER : -, r^X^o5£Si£^B«S^ T JUBSDAJ, fEBRUARY 7,1850." ^^S^lto-BoMwwsma.—Somebody who borrowed x purveyor's Chain from this office several moaths aS°jj-5g>ohi tnech oblige us by returning it before it ia1 forgotten where it belongs. * Also—i bound volume of the Susquehanna Beg; l^ter, embracing the year* 1835 and 1886, has been borrowed by some one, who would confer a favor ly^elufting it. ' ' fjsjf Our thanks are due to Hon. Jakes Coopeb sf the U.S. Senate, for a valuable document; also to Hon. F. & SratETEB., our State Senator, and r| q»:: 3r. N. CosmtottAK of the House of Representatives at Harrisburg, for recent favors. '' .- .; . — 4» .!"- ?^~Another favor from "Kate Law/don." was received in time for this week's paper, but the length of the original poettyalready in that dep&rjunont of our paper compelled us to defer it till out! next. yaP* Wo publish this week the Compromise Proposition and speech of Mr. Clay on the subject of Slavery an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

1 "Having another of its Tactmrcj.0 ' j Under this head,the St. John's Banking organ I which has exhibited to many iuihcrous " tantrums'* ' of late, undertakes to describe the '• agony nnd contortious" of a turtle with hojyetnbers applied-to its ' back. Judging from the effect said to be produ- j ced on the peculiar temper of the organ man every J time his ridiculous tirades ogaiust a portion of the Basil: Directors (while trying to screen the rest) are ' exposed to the pubUc by us, he rau?t be drawing '¦ upon his own experience, m these ofiorls of his de-Ecripti've powers. He soys, * if any person is degiwus of witne»sin;j a <'-.n;lar exhibition, he hns only! tc turn to the Uauk or6-un of this p!ace to Iis.ve blj curiosity gratiucd —that " •"-ueli paroxysms aud inch contortions as it evinced, ca?t. ail other agony "in1 the shade.Hk^ N ow as the Bark (as we hn-e before shown) ney&t.hftd any other organ hero thin that one which so orten puffed its roundness ana s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

Mi Wilmot * tha Organ. i1 ! ; i I1 The la=t Democrat has n-lettcr from Hon.D.'K'il-.j -toot remonstrating in strong terms against the Lin- , guage of censure iu winch his standing out in the ' election of Speaker 4 Clerk of the House was com-! E«-ited upon. "We in tended, to have copied the let- ; ter as one of the interC5ting occurrences of the day, i aiid to show ,in what manner Mr. V». ,lefe::d< his ' cbtirpe in adliering to hi° "Free 3-iil" position SJgainst die fierce denunciations of the most p'.iar.'. ojfhis patty, but we have nst room this week. But the organ in a long apologetic article, makes »t> nirmsing attempt to defend its half-way censure • of his course—as if to chime in with that portion q\ the, party who so severely denounce him. ami to togar over its censure at the same time to keep friends with Mr. WUmot if po^'blc. The organ man is evidently athis wits end to determine whicli 5k ultimately to be the strongest party, those who ia ovetwhe'.mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

fUnga at Harristarg. Tb* general appropriation Bill reported trj Hon.. 3. N. Conyngham as Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, in the House of Representa> tives, contains among other items the stun of *S0O,-000 for tho completion of the North Branch Canal; and it is thought this will pass. This is the sumwhich Mr. Powell of Bradford specified in his Bill which he reported lately and which tiie Governor estimated might be spared for that purpose. | Several petitions have been presented for the repeal or miKlification of the $300 exemption act, but ' it is uncertain whether it can he accomplished.— Petitions for the re-chartering of the Wyoming 1 Bank and for chartering several new Banks, at Boston, at Allentown and at Mauch Chunk, have also been presented lately. The subject of the proposed amendment of the Constitution so as to provide for the election of Judges, which lately passed the Senate, (as it passed both Houses last winter,) was called up in the House o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

•ndxtgs at Washington. After copying the speech and resolutions of Mr. Ctrv embracing hMcompronuse proposition, which will be of greater interest to out readers than any other topic among the things at Washington, wo faave little room-left for extacte from congressional oroceedings, if indeed, there was any thing of very linking interest just now. We copy the following summary'of tho doings last'week, however, from the Sussex Register. In the Senate, on Monday the 18th, Gov. Seward presented the Resolutions of tho Now York ' LeiriSature in favor of giving a portion of the Public Lands to the Hungarian exiles, and of making the Public Domain free to actual settlers. Mr. S. subsequently ga™ «">ti«s of a biU in accordance with the resolutions. Mr. Webster said he should, be ready to move in tho matter when the Land Office Repor t is printed. The bill providing for the taking of the 1\h census of the United States was made the special order of Thursday next. The resolution ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

The Amendment of tha Constitution. | . t , Wis stated last week that a Bill for the amendment of the Constitution so as to provide f»r the election of Judges had passed a second reading in the Senate, by a vote of 28 to 8." It subsequently passed a third and final reading By about the some vote. It is believed that it will pass the House ] also by a verv decided majority, notwithstanding it was said that J. M. Porter, among other members, got elected express!}- to defeat it. The Intcll'f c nccr savs: * the amendment to the Constitution, which pass-' ed the LcgK-latui-i' 'lit winter, making ihe Judges elective. l>a-> finally pj?ted tin- iSvsi.ite. It was opuo!=ed wilhgica. .'•el,e»ueico by those who voted Bga::t=t it en ifcs final p.1,.agc; bf.t ihe friends of tl.U.Tcat aJpii^uic stoixl ftu-'., anil voted iljwn all attempts to amend or modif, it. This co'ir^e was ptir ,ued out of 'eif-detence. Any alteration would have po-,tp»*oU the matter jnotiier year, and the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

Mr. (jlay^ CranproiDiirfjropoSitton. I* The following is the plan of comprornise ottered , by Mr, 0% on tbo subject of j »avery, tho Territo- v, riot Ac, «n! ** 'U- «¦ Sefiatefj & 80* 1850: \ ' ' , Mr. Clay said, Mr. Presideni, I held in my ha^d ; a series of reaolurkm* ; which!! dssiro to present W the consideration of the Senat i .T'^SI&'Si^ - they propose an-amicable arr ingemeiit or au med questoonslin eonlroversy bat reen the f*ree^ and Slave, States, growing out oft mj subject of th«;to;: stitnQon'orSlavery. Ittenot mymtentrtiatthta time to enter into a full and e aborate discussion of each of the resoluUons, as pit posing a system of measures j but I desire to pre tent a .fc*obi**vations upon each, resolution, for the purpose pi placing them feurly and fully befoi e the Senate and the country y-i-and I may add, wii h the indulgence of tho Senate, towards the concl ision of myj remarks; some general observations abiut tho state of the country, ind the que...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

I turn Texas. Advices from Galveston to the 17th nit. havcl been ^ received. That city is quietly prospering". The arrival of sail and steamvesslkVis large beyond precedent. The Sau Antonio Texan, of the 3d ult. gives an account Of recent murders on the frontier: | O^i the night of the 27th December, the following named persons were killed by Indians (supposed to>te Camanches.) seven wiiles above Castroville, near the former camping place of Capt McCowan's company; Xavicr Gallat, a middle aged man, who leaves a wife and several children ; Vincent Tschaen aged 21 years, and, his brother Joseph Tschaen, aged 16 years, Benedict Weber a boy of about 11 years of age. These persons were engaged iu opening a farm about one mile above the the hist settlement on the Medina. Numerous depredations and attacks are mentioned and the Texan says-:—Gen. Brooke has taken active measures, and will use every exertion possible, with the insufficient force under hislsommand, to bring the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

From Canada. A Montreal correspondent of the .N. V. Express writes under date of the 26th. u Annexation is progressing rapidly. A large meeting was held at Rout ille on Monday last, and several resolutions were passed, notwithstanding the exertions of Dr. IVAvignon to oppose thein. Another meeting will take place on Monday the 28th, at Nar pierville, and preparations are being made to have a third at Chambly. Mr. Gait, an annexationist, has resigned his Seat for^Shcrbrooke, in consequence of tho rctnjoval of the Seat of Government to Toronto. Mr. Ross, Q. C, (the author of tiie Annexation Manifesto,) is about to be solicited by ihe people of Sherbrooke to present himself'as a candidate to fill this vacancy. If he accepts the invitation, ho will certainly be elected. A letter appeared yesterday, addressed to Lord Elgin, and signed by several militia officers of Rowville and Missisquoi, in wh'cli they tender their resignation' of their commisMon, ia consequence of their adhesi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

ANNUAL MEETING Of Ute Susquehanna Counly Agricultural Society The Society met nn<l elected the following named gentlemen officers for the ensuing year: Hon. WM. JESSUP, President - CnXs. TlNOTJSV, ) ,r r, -J \ WmMaix, •[V.cePrcidenU S. A. Neaxton, Cor. Sec'y. J. B. Salisbury^ Bee Sec"y. Oeo. Fuller; Treasurer. - . ' ' MANAGERS.! Thos. Johnson, -Abel Casscdy, John Harrington, David Post, Thos. Nicholson. Henry Drinker, ¦ ' " Dalton Tiftany. Thb following resolutions were unanrmooBly adopted: j -~ Resolved, ¦ That it be recommended to the managers if they deem' it expedient jto procure some scientific gentlemen to deliver lectures at the meeting in April iuid at the exhibition in September. Retained, "Thai the annual exhjbiliou oe continued two days, and that the Plowing* Match be on the second day. and that the manager* be directed if they deem it expedient to encourage a Juvenile Ptoirmg Match for boyii not exceeding 16 years old. Retwlved, That it shall bo the (hrty of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

" FTRS1 FIRS 1-Rongli and Ready Fire Company will meet at the Engine House pn Saturday, Februarv 16th, at 4 o'clock. It is requested that the^company will meet in their uniform. By order of the Foreman. Valentiues. AN assortment of Valentines just received at the Book Store. Montrose, February 4, 1860. Genesee Flour. OAA Bt'S. and Srwks Superfine Gcuesee Flour £\J\J for sale at $6,75 per barrel. Having made arrangements with cne of the denesee Mill«, we shall keep constantiy on hand fresh ground Gene«ee Flour of a superior quality, for sale by the load or oth^Tvise—Also, superfine Buckwheat Flour, in sacks. ' LYONS <£¦ CHAXDLER. Laneshoro. Jan. 22. 1850. Salt. OflA Bl^. and Sacks of Salt, $1,37} per bar-JL\}\) reL for sale bv L'rOXSd: ClfAXDLER. Lanesborb, Jan. 22, 1860. Pork.' "Vf EW mesa Pork, by the battel, for sale by IA LYONS <£ CHANDLER. Lanesboro, Jan. 22 ^ 1850. Settlement Wrtnfed. ALL persons having unsettled accounts, or otherwise indebted to the tub-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

Painting, &c. r*r>HE undersigned would respectfully return his JL thanks to the cit'iscns of Montrose and vicinitv, fin, <t,oi, »>-.» rtiniiTO' thp, past year, and he re speCtfully solicits a continuance of their patronage All) orders for House-and" Sign Painting, Paper Harjging, Olaaing and Graining, and also for- the painting of Sleighs, Carriagns, Ac,"" promptly attended to and executed in a workmanlike style,— Shop over J. T. Brrchard's carpenter shop, ii few doors east of Warner's Hotel. MARK J. O'BRIEN. Montrose, Jan. 8, 1850. Blackfuuilhing-Ve people all, of every trade, who -want good things of iron made—liv one sworn not-to •• take a drop"-know ye that 1 have taken tho shap neiirhiuid the-ntcam^mill, in Montrose,"where, through this;twelvc-inoiith. i propose to act tho Blacksmith —yira know I can as well as any other man. And, despite tltoin nil, I'll go before em. in fixing prices ad valorem. In Blacksmith work some people think, no sinith ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

Watdlin tan,'•'what ofi tne^aight^ G locks, \ Batches, and, JEvrELKY;pf,«H the vario js pattenu in New Turk markit, call. bo had at Tru jX.No. 4, Public*Aivenue." _Hc ofierts f Watches for'a :-lc".ist two dollar^ |S»"thrrrr the yariie quality have J i2Cn Offered in thisTcarket. '.Furcliai-; erg maybe si rp.that uonc»b-.tt'N;o. 1 ..letter lA.arp' scld here, I'oi wo find 'tia bat such ran-1m. safely watianU'd. . . s Patedt Lever Watchoa, gpld.from f t3;60 tb?90,0p Do. - silver, from IS.OO to §2&;O0 Detached Lei er, gold, from ' 60,00 to 4t>.00 Da silver, from . 15,00 to £0,00 Cylinder Escjapemciit, gold, frdhi 2S.C0 to 35,00 Do: silver, ihwri 16,00 to lo.o'o English Qilar iers, froni' ^ 8,00. to-"? < 8,6b Gold Peua md Pencils from Sl.tfi to s?S,00, Gold Rings from 3 shilBogs_ to.i-3,60, Breast l3ias fronx jl shilling to 58 00, saver belt slides, goluj steel !suiid gilt chains, gi Id Keys, slides, steel beads d^clasps, silver wure, i lusic boxer., accordion^ and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

. v; lj. ABEL TITEREI&*- :"' :' i TS.rfevdreoeivicg.lifa Fallah^"|j?iii^«q JL^oodgUcmhrai^.oearl y^yirj .thing wanM in tliis inpkot,).whi«h sail Stifp[i|r ^ i^esuiryX'C^ fin caehlir'ridiijf pay? -My- assort sent may fM (SSSed-fear!-a.rfoUcw«-^- -t'dFr' --"^^cksI Drugi Med' wihe^Cfomlcalia^aWa; Oils, I^ Stuffii, 6roberieS,KDriPOotids^ Ha'^wftre, St#5 Ware,Olasa Ware,-Clocks. Watd» t Jen6Tryj\^g vcr SpodiK: Spectacle^ Musicallln; ,tnuueuUv,i , ; uors. Peffumei-y, Mirrfirs^taUoCje^jBrushea.Shiiff VaBlceeDfolion«,£cl'te ' I Jl" '", '""'v -^?SS Tliohliful 1'or the liberal patr^mi o and:rtbt\i|[j tinl eucojirogaineiit hitherto reeeivtc ^hope^BpiJ it and rijeeive a ccflturuanec of t|e> tame.' 3j,-5ill .A, futf of the- articles kept Jar • uV aiV ea#|| below: ' ~ '[ ¦ ".'% . , ~ri'._., 'MR Graeme*.—A- good variety oif 6 ugira;'' &'H vored -Tpa'. good and clieap Kott«eW,.Co^ee7OTr j per. Spite; Ginger, Salerattrsv Rafting, Kiccv ^e*;J ! trcl, Cof lish, Zant6e Currant^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

Indian Atrocities in Mexico, &c ] ^EW.OnLEANS, Jan. 23. The ship Portland from Brazos, arrrived here this morning. ^> Mr Waddell the newly appointed U. S. Consul for Matamoras arrived at Brownsville on the 1 <Jth. Gov. Avolos, commanding at Matainor.as, has addressed a communication to Gol. Wilson soliciting the co-operation of the U. S, troops against the Indians, who arc still committing great atrocities in Mexico. The barqnc C. S. Holden, from Philadelphia, was in .Brazos harbor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

Important from Canada. I Toronto, February 1. Lord ESgin has received despatches from Eai-1 Grey!, urging hira to use every menus to suppress (he anne,\niion rriovetnent—thanking him ft>r what liad already- been done, and declaring that so long as any portion of the Cajindian people ara desirous of maintaining their* connection with the mo'.her country they will be supported by the whole poweit—the blood and treasure—of England.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

i The St. Louis Tragedy. St. Locis, February 1. The grand Jury have indicted Gonsalvo Mpntegqnieue.Uie unfortunate young Frenchman who recently billed two young men at Barnum's Hotel, for murder in tire first degree. ' His brother Raimond, has been detained as a witness. The trial will probably come off daring the present term of the Court. Iloson axd Titles at a jIIiscouvt.—It is said that an office is now open in Paris for the sale of titles and honors. They have fallen sadly from the ancient chivalric times, when money could not purchase them; for a knightship may be had for 5000 francs, without tho disagreeable necessity of purchasing armour, and sleeping all night upon it in a cBtl'rcU. ' a uiarqiriMiu. - m,i_, t^, ,V.^a« .. u™ dleTor a plebian, lo its great -ennoblement and purification, by the simple process of exchanging 40,000 francs for' tiie necessary parchments; and if r.mbitidn does not soar too high, a happy medium may be struck by getting a' countship" for 20....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

Dreadlul Steamboat Accident. Fifttenor Tvxnly Lives Lost-t-Shamtful Conduct cf ^Sieamoo ilUlerlc. ];_-¦ ; Memphis, Tenn, Jan. 29. --: The steamer SL Joseph from Now Orlean^, blew up and burnt to the waters edge oo |he 23d insC, near Napoleon at the mouth of tiie Arkansas river. The St Joseph had on board ft large cargo and a number of emigrants. Fifteen persons were killed out? right, ahd 37 horribly scalded, many of whom lutve since died. At the time of the explosion, the steamer South America was close athand. Capt. Baker of the St Joseph, immediately hailed the S. America, to board the wreck and take off .the survivors, as his yawl was engaged in picking up those who were blown into the river. The South America towed the wreck to the shore. Capt Baker, with the assistance of part of the crew, aud some passengers, succeeded in .recovering, the iron chest from the wreck whicli contained $13,000 or 814,000. He took die money out of the chest, counted it, and handed it to the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

1 Htetort of Agilcni^re. kfiAgricnhure engaged the attention of the femiaaither»reti&ny as well'as practically. geir time was divided between husbandry tj^war. In the early days of the republic ckir greatest men employed themselves al-Enateljr \ji the one and the other. Cincin-Bus {<r7as called from the plow to fill the of-Lw of, dictator. unpng the Romans the ox was the prind beast of burden; and there are many ictions for breeding working arid feeding animal, to be found in the workings of JJVj Cato, and others. Bees were also l.io high estimation among the Romans, directions for.their management may rpmid among the writers above roention-: ^Rth regard to tho implements of husdry used by j tiie Romans, we cannot »k very definitely; but it is certain they J plow* of some sort both , with mould rdVand colters and without them. Pliny jks of a reaping machine that was prc-^d bv an ox. Their grain was beaten tby~flaik or trodden by cattle. Haying j performed much...

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