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

Aericnltural Societies. t Tie great practical truth and character-. of tho present age is, that great public tvemerjls were carried out by -means of Jtary association. This principle—the |p!e of voluntary association—of bringlinds together to act upon each other, is *eat principle and troth of the age. Its t to be sure ; was seen centuries ago in Id world. It was to be traced in the esof citiin it ^hment the feudal age; was igrther extended in the professional assorts of "Europe-at a subsequent period. % has been long—both in the old coonad'in this—before the idea was brought ir upon agricultureand the tillage of the The1 reason of this was obvious. Mer-$, traders, and others, congregating in pities, could meet together at almost jour^j summoned by a peal of almost fell, to interchange their sentiments on =<pic cjf moment ilotso'with farmers. They were scatter-,'over the country; their labors were Solitary—here upon the plains, and j£'a the deepest recesses of the hil...

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

Small Potatoes. Some years ago a gentleman visiting a farmer in Tolland, Connecticut, took from his pocket a small potato, which somehow had got hi there at home. It was thrown out with a smile, and ihe fanner taking it in his band to look at it, a curious little boy of twelve, at his,elbow,asked what it was. " O, noting but a potato my boy. Take and plantit and you shall have all you can raise from it till vou are free." The lad took it and the farmer thought no more about it at that time. The boy however, not despising small potatoes, carefully divided it into as many pieces as he could find eyes and put them into the ground.— The product was carefully put aside in the fall, and planted in spring, and so on until the fourth year the yield being good, and the actual prodpet was four hundred bushels.— The farmer, seeing the prospect that the potato field would in another year cover his whole farm, asked to be released from his promise. " With the same calculation, prudence...

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

MONTROSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. H. OIISOCH—Attorney at Law—face removed to-Front Room of his residency two doors east of his former location, in Turnpike street, third building from corner of Public Avenue, and nearly opposite M- S. Wilson's Store. Jane, 1849. A. BAlkpWilV—Saddle, Harness, Carpet-Bag and JTruak Manufacturer, and Carriage Trimmer, Shctp, on Turnpike etreet, opposite L L. Post & Go's. : 1 a—€.]*!. SIMMONS—Fashionable Boot and Shoe maker, over A. Baldwin's Harness shop, Turn pike street ROSE & SI2dPSOIf— Dealers in Stoves, Stove trimmings) Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, Dry Goods, Groceries, <t&. Public Avenue. ELDRED St J?TEWe03IB Dealers in Hats, Cap?, and Pars; opposite the " Democrat Printing office, foot Public Avenue. JOH> OROTES—Fashionable Tailor; over Geo. Fuller's Booii Store, where he does work in a style altogether tmsiirpassed.s PETES STETEN5—Cabinet and Chair Maker: foot of Public Avenue J. E.YOU&—Dealer...

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

Wbitesidcs Improved Double Oven Bat Air Cooking Stove. The subscriber has 'obtained the exclusive right of vending this stove in the county of Susquehanna and Wayne, and having a targe number of them manufactured it the " Lagle Foundry' in this village in a neat style, offers them jtor sale. They can be had at the Fonndrv, at tile stbre of Messrs. Rose and Simpson's or af trie subscriber. j 37 ,i . GEO. FULLEB. Mootrose, Sept 11,18i0. , Beady Made Clolitfngl < JUST B.ECEIVED « new supply of Broadcloth Frock and Dress Coats; Black anq Fancy Cassemere Pant», of various qualities;' Sa^' n, Valencia and Fancy Silk Vests; Cloth and Satinet Pants; Shirts, Bosoms and Collars; Jean, Cashmeret and Cloth Coats. HATS& CAPS 1—A general assortment of Fur, Silk, Brush and Wool Hats—Also, Gtoth&nd jSIazed Caps. - i '¦• . 1 'V BOOKS & PAPEIt—Writing, Wall & Cartaln Paper, just received.' >Cap and Letter Papei(by the Ream; Wrapping do, of various siz...

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

If. T. dc Erie Bailroad J Every bo« dj-'s market Xlm«. nPEtE subscrujeraare now prepared to"jteceiv-X Freight of all lands at the Owega Depot; and also at .the Binghamton, GreatBend, tad Lanesbtfip' Depots, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, of each week, and continue with regularity throughout the season. They will attend to forwarding the same to the New-York Market, where they have made arrangements with experienced talesmen, who will attend to the selling of the same, and return the proceeds in Bankable, funds at either of the above Depots, to the following persons :—At the store of F. Ravnsfordy Owego; at the storehouse of C.M'Kinney.'Binghainton; at the office of Jas. Griffin, Great Bend; and at the Hotel of E. Benson, Lanesboro'. ,. . , • JAMES SISK, Binghamton, JAMES GRIFFIK, Great Bend, . F. RAYNSFORD, Owego. Owego, July 2§, 1849. Agents:—C. M'Kinney, Binghamton; E. Benson, Lanesboro'. Captain James Sisk will superintend the. business throughout the whole Line, and re...

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

United States Wholesale doth? ing Warehouse.!! LEWIS & HAlfFORD, Nob. 252, 254, 250 and 258 P ^ kabl Stbebt, {JU' ttveen Fulton st. and Burling Sli p.) NEW YORK, have oh bandf the largest assortment of CtorattB in the United States, adapted to oil markets 1! In the articleof Shirts and Drawers, we keep an, endless variety. Also, the most extensive manufacturers-of Oil Clothing anil Covered Hats iii the w^rld. Plain and Fashionable Clothink, of all kinda. \ • Oataloenes dfetoekeent by wail Orders promptly filled. LEW la <fc HAN FORD,. (,,' 29-6ni Not. 252, 854, 256, ajitfisSS Fearl *irN. Y "New Arrangement. C BALDWIN would. tender thanks to hia • friennV for pnst favots, and would inform them that he lias cold out the Saloon, Eating and Drinking department, and. trijsta t,he business will be kept up m good style, and that he has taken the other room on the cast side, next to M'S. Wilson's store, where he has opened <a front Shop for his Baking and Candy busi...

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

. New Arra»gemcntj»l Slagefc., . . BeliMcn SoniroicaHdG 'tat;Bc*d, ¦ , — i-. A FOUR horse stage, coach «ill leave Searle's Hotel in Montrose for'Grei tvBehd twicepve-j ry day. (Sutfilays excepted)ivii': at * o'clock A. M< arriving at Great Bond b time or the day train of cars going least and tho night train .from New-Yorkj;oing! west, and at.i\ P..M. iaWnng. inntfUne: for the night ti'aiii going cast'a id tjtte day train from NeWTYork" goffig west :'"' •'''"'','' < '----^ Returning, leave Great Bebd. on the arrival of each train ofcar»irom,New Yoiki >.. ,, -i-.v-, Careful aaiaccouunodating dx Vjeraand first rate teams are employed on Uus rout< -—and the proprietors pledge theniselves to. use-i very exertion to moke their tine pleasant and' exp idttious. For Beits .ipply at Searle's Ho ehin Montro»e. j29 M. TRUE JDELL * CO. IT. IT. Sc E. Railroad Ft eight Iilne. Stephens and Thompson's Portia ' ding Line from Great Bend—Capt. J. W.' .^lumpson. STEPHENS...

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

, ' „;" - J^3*W?KS,ji>jk <tSACK».i-• L*T Evmtboot KEA.P TB13 *J»»ai>vitt.f-WrteS m'^'1 t,|«2f^tl« Wrjwih Jn the;Btftr«it tdJrS^SSSWi ¦ mT.,^',E?i *m*** f«Wr« worteraa niiraua« n>i>, and tke. Uk«^_TR k, u£3ii ik, UU» atSDteu*3 ^sS^^ftsgiisaSi ^^if^^i^^S^ - 'null*,-.**1 ¦h'iiiaiieifatofw^jt Sr,vK3?^IS2LPJK?" forms, iiror^r.iplmprew. th, $$8*M Si^gJBJSS! •i pie. •- Tbi»S.iP.; T«rnMnd say i, \ hJJIVj Wmat 't 9' "£». tortr* w«Sr Tmrri i w^f »smi&a due? one single K)!il»rV pro* >f fttt^.'^r«!iEt , Thompson: «aitmaB-*;«?o;iH ml «oihlM.C~y*««»»-» . bUehaods^aimblrDilde'to.'de *i*«t'>»"Pu1i«^vSP!l!i: '.Uitiroih d»WDjo'r«traio'Mi W*t''f./e'JtSuS£Ie? found. Tlri«i«loe»-aU4ath»: uMiLiapart1iM,eJiS Did Dr. JaOTB.Toeraiwd'^a n"Pfnlt», to»Inj.So7Sat Old Poeu>f»likeneaa, VI*M &.$<>&tfArn* t%t*T& «^Bitur«air»Ai.t5«orjp( U2\ ¦'"'•• '^:"::}-r j^BP^I^Im"" ':-'s'^^|HBHfaflbH^ ¦ -; ' .^HHHJHi^i^i^i^i...

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

Cxold this side o! California! TO DE SAVED BY TBADEiG CHEAP. Grocery, Conjectionary and Oyster Saloon. THE railroad being completed, ijnow have, and keep a general asssortment of groceries cheap —such as sugars, molasses, rice, conee and teas, of prices and quality scch as will pleaie. Also, rnrts, raisins, candy and all kinds of fruit jthe market can furnish my buyers to suit. Also, flesh clams and oysters received in the shell, fresa fish too,, this weather—theykeep vary -well—I shall get by the railroad a weekly supply—to please all my customers'tastes I shall try. Good oysters on band,by the keg or tho dish—served up either raw or cooked, as you wish. All needed refreshments prepared at a wink—call in, all ye hungry, and'plank down the chink. WM. F. BRADLEY. Great Bend. Feb. 18. 1 Eagle Steam Foundry & Machine Shop . IN FULL Bl^AST. WE would respectfully invite tl e fattention o all those who may be in wan; of Machinery or Castings pf any pattern, Mill (Jce ings, .Pl...

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

THEEEGISTm j' ! PUBLISHED EVERl* THtfRSDAl' B\ James W. Chapman.: Advance payment in Cash per year, - j 51 60 H paid xntSn the year, ' . | 2 00 If not at the end of the rear, . i 2 ,50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

The Hypocrite. For the Susquehanna Register.-1 See. pacing down the aisle, majestic slow.j Von white-haired man—lum 'twould be'-well to 1show. His solemn niann-r and ty= gnve aspect Proclaim.to sinners one-'of the elect: "j Who that but sees him in the h- m c of prayer. And heats his words of christian mecknessj there—Beholds his sweetly-sanctimonious smile—- Could deem this man a hypo'c-ite must vile i Yet such he is; religion but provides j A fcloak, 'neath which the old dissembler hi Je3 The dagger «f his ina'.j.,—whence, unseen, Unharmed, he'd strike whoe'er may intervene, To thwart die purpose of his dogged will,-*—E'en tho' the cruel -i.it' should worse than! kill His neighbor having wronged hejund rcdrfcss, He will a deep solicitude express, ] And make lftng prayers, and humbly ask of Heaven, That his poor' neighbor's Tault may be forgjreu! Amid the congregation see him ri?e, j To sue for favors from beyond the skies; i With upturned eyes and meekly clasped ljands, Ho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

The Hardest Kick !Y«t. i There is annrtorney practising in our courts, who has attained a great notoriety .anting nujmcrpu-i other things,for bullring witnesses on the oppo+he sides of the cases when he is concerned. As it (would not be r-olite to give- his full name right out im the. crowd, we will merely call him " W a tike," for short. There was h horse cn<--r—a very common ruse upon our magistrates'dockets—trying befuro Esquire Snelbatiker, one day. in which Wayke happened to be engaged. A slow and easy witness had been called toj the Rfand by the plaintiff, who in a plsin straightforward manner made the other side of the ease look rather blue. The plaintiff's attorneyibeing through, Wayke commenced a regular cross examination, which was rut (short in the following maimer:' " Well, whal di> you know about 4 hoisc—youa Itorse doctor f" said the iarisWan-iji his" peculiar contemptuous and-oferbcaring mauriier. - - "Xo. I don't1 jprefenil to be a horse doctor, b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

Aaron Burr and h$ Daughter . An Affecting Story. The history of every nation-is frauglit with roma'ntic-lneidents. England^ has her storv of her Alfred';, Scotland her Wallace/her Brcce, Iter Mary and bei Charles Stewart; Ireland her Fit^crald; France, her man with the IroniMask, and her Maria Antontitte; Poland her Tlutdtfeus, and Russia her Siberian Exiles, But wo very tnnch doubt whether any^iesceeds in interest the touching story of Aaron Bdrr and his highly accomplished and beautiful daughter Tliendosia.' The rise and fall of Burr in the affections of his countrymen, are subjects of deep Historical interest. ^ At one time we see him carried on the wave of ""popular favor, to suchgid-^ dy heights that the Presidency itself seemed almost within hisjrrasp, which he only mi*sed to become the second officer of the Republic: He hecame Vice President.of the TTVit'ted State'. How rapid bin rise, and then liis fall, how sudden and complete. In consequence of liis duel with Hamilto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

— CuitiB2 it Thick. , - u Many years since there did 'dwell in a certain town, not a hundred miles from that far-famed place where orthodox divinbs are fitted np fortheir profession and calling, a certain D. D. notorious for iris parsimoniousness, which occasionally ran into the wildest extremes. **-Like a peach that's got the jailers, "With its meanness bustin' oof." tfosca Bfgeloa , One <lay ..this doctor of divinity chanced into a hat si ore in that city, and after running over the wares, selected an ordinary looking hat—put it on his reverend bcad^oglcd himself in the glass; then asked the yerylowest price,forjit, telling the vender that if. he could get it cheap enough he might Wi'V ¦,' ":.!:¦ '-.'" ''V'" ., " But,"; said the hatter, " that is. not good enough foryou to wear. Here, is whajt you wait," showing onc.of his best beaver^. <" *¦ l I" "Tis the best 1 can afford, though," returned the theologian. . .'t.... . . i ^ u. !WeU, there, .doctor—-111 make y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

TheKaceof the Aldermen: Or, how th» Whiga lamtt the Ikicos. From the American Sentinel. BY FAI.COXBK1IK1E. • Id 183—, it chanced,'in the big city of New York, that the Aldcrmea-elect were asortot tie; tliat is, so many Whigs and so many Democrats. Such a thing<did not occur often, the. Democracy usually having the supremacy.': They generally liad thing* pretty much their own way, and distributed their faVors among their partizans accordingly.— The -Whigs at length tied them, and (lie Locya, beholding I with horror and misgivings the new order of things which was destined to. turn out many a holder of fat office, many a pat-riot overflowing with democratic patriotism, whose devotion to the cause of the country was manifest in the tenacity with which he clung to his place, were extremely anxious to devise ways and means to keep the Whigs at bay; and as the day drew near, when the assembled " Board of Aldermen " should have (heir sitting at the City Hall, various dodgers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

Tom Hodgkiss and the Widow. , ! You are nht acquainted with 1 om Hcxlgkiss, Messrs. Bilitoif.f Ah! then I "fijty you from the bottom of my'heart—and tto^yim may no longer continue in this lamentable state of ignorance, allow me to introduce him to you. Onr friend is not of the description'knoVn a3 ta"al,d commanding —fiir from it' Indeed, he scarcely measures "five feel five hi his boots ; and so far from being, "stately And dignified." be would mako a capital model fora novelist's "little dapper gentleman," to figure ; in love scenes;with pretty bar maids. But although : he ts physically small, Messrs. Kditors. he possess- j esit sMiu't of *urli Trm^ni'-iidc thiit hrs body had to | be>" peculiarly'constructed to contain it: honest,; brave, generous, urtsuspicious and truthful, no won- ' der his legs w,ere made disproporttnnably short, or , else his body could have never'held his principles. ' Added to the4e«-Uc. i* obliging^ persevering aud-in- I daktriou«. aiui 'per c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

¦ ¦ _••¦¦ ''^heliEio^Ofs.'ai^'; -'-'<-pf A OoIlan'ProUc. ' -;'- ^^-^-:\-' , • - .- '¦•¦ >uV.«»ti( At a certj in ciillege not a thousand inileji'fV^it' Louisiana, tl ero.Tvas a few- yearsagoVa set.bl^ra,; > ther.^rild.,»(udeuts.. Aa U bs^L wilb^qlllfgyuis, their pranks werean annoyance to the wh^Ieneighborhood. 1 lany afanher could"5^^ *tv^th«il**-to tha'nocturna L depredations;otV beholdiSg an ^p^ heuroost; tiany a fine turkey destined ; lbr| the Christmas d niicr of some expectant epicure, fiiund his way -to if 16 rnyicnpns jaws of- the studentfcfindmany amm (irtuuate goose cackled his lost in tliqir remorseless *.i>d Oitai grasp, .- ; ....,;;>. ;..,-,. |..7r-At (lie sa ne college tliere happened to be ttJprpy fossor who ly some mean! or other had become! extremely u ipopular. In return for.one of liijacts which wast istasteful,to, the studeiits, they datermined to re' enge themselves upon 1md*u! For.sOijie; time, libwc cr, no opportunity" o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

.. ...,_:... r, -,-.,..- ,.—.- «'..'-> .. Ji«.. * w-.' ^j .i.4j^i i i|i ...'A gggi i^ m^mpM^^m^^^ ] ¦ : Som > ten years agoa-raerdiant inplf^TWfll came o i^nturday evenmjf ro hU^iimll y.^TKT^ worket'liiii'ti'hj itp'fi'imi!artl|liiiBiffifiw4i,nip(|T! and if wjanitj^. -iifcija-^tt^te^ j^j**^1 ^^ '$!-;He ¦cXam'wi-A^y.heiitVanl SiSyr JtnSSI ourpn ^f^wm:^ar^pg| IwSnWP ' ftig-tra- !ne^'prouiises*'t«u»iaW ftip^^TJWBZ, manyi 'ho-st^un^. in^iwiiAjnM wpitkJKit'-^K ¦ '^« W°^- ^^^-f^«| fl**^i^iffl ''Tims hismu^d'-w*r.-rnnftiB|^blf mf^c^am^ aloud. -*My dear,- Iir*hewtTl*a|» y'|and:*iMHHlWi family' !n::R->rHr<H!>^'n''#sl^M|^i^ \f & p ?y ^mm?f^^A %iH '- He i ut on his.Uat, and adtncksl :p sorki linooslfj' h&i to the^ 'huttar-chtfe-ffinfs-ajff %ii««pS^i consist; ngof^^fatber and a »oA<t 'a»i^W:aiH' eircliilften. As-heajcei^e^tbt^ t^M.liwljf |{ and !)(* M.the5n,,-ananK thew7«yej- UUMeg^S 1 Mires: herd h»|! Tff g3 In^.^as «mff«P;tl K m'e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 28 March 1850

'¦ ''."¦ ¦!,';—¦'.•, '¦'...,! V^J 'rS!f *S£iJKt - - Slee^ciS^OC i ¦ - -Tlii re arc somc.personsof.aiejip^rammyaW shouli [ preclude therij ffoni iri4mpng'^JaIee,ffi meeti lg. ; Of this class are than who staVt^ljv ; -or jur ip hi their'sleep;; SSu'cfi"*^ unfortunate.S« «ispo ition is annoying and tjfcup esome intbrsl epie A single sleep^^f' t^j a?ierip(Kit^ .break the slunlWrsof a w^' oIriii-rotoMejfl'H^ jcrs. - '^ooncelielc!' tt>seaFW1:?flh .^^ ^f^ji iwjjo i !gu)ticLy OTCrtarn^-'t^crii] tetiPit'wlJHtet-i r$ri<\ x ho had, qri/yveral^bra^is/^sieAtj^ ^•contei ts/jpf .the* feox SfsaV^tl-SiiE ^-«-reiry ^flSaf® Persb isiiffiicte'd'with such constitutional mahfe , if the : will go td cUurch<"sJiould| lke someMJfJ; icor i omposing piSwdet wJ6?l^s|i,rting!! s*| "•Wt ha#dse2n^o*se4wlio4'on^'«|mg^£et^' fefilui ; of manifest, a»iiaz<*taent,| i ii ^b^wiWenM as if ,t ioy.did npti-miie^iatjelyifflj -wac t wherepjl were. jr. whar':t&y'riaa-*b^^ | duct i :;:...

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