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

'^-'Wielc**%'»ta«ijrhraBta; Jostle*. -. / *KW copies of this almost indispensable work t*«*»y fleeted Justices of the Peace, ha^Tjust m leerired fcr aale at this office. / H*^ Abound volume of the Susquehanna Reg y, 'iilbnjcing the years »35 and 1836, toisTieeh *"*?&&¦ •0la* "^ wfto y°uW confer » <avor ¦ •V -;IWproceedingsof a Railroad meeting held w'tpihBipart of this county on the 11th inst, g*^"'t»Bia1»od for the other paper last week, M|$$jMafemistake(wa.can hardly suspect it » by design) withheld from us, so tliat we were L*»«« apprited that such a meeting had been Id ai«Il tffl the day after our last.paper was U.TIm was not only a- wrong to the public con-1m ia bringing (heir proposed route into early HW.bfi k grievous wrong to ns in subjecting us ft* imputation of gross ¦carelessness and negt,if not lo a ftuapickn of hostility tbtho'propokanri note, among valued friends and fellow MM vfco did not know these proceedings were whald from wythoug h a'...

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

Broke Jafl! pi Friday night last, Messenger, alias Osbum, %t\ we mentioned a few weeks ago as having % arreted fur ¦t«*^l'"C a couple of horses in New W, aad who has been confined in jail here (4, awaiting a requisition from the Governor of f-V State to remove him thither for trial, made bis f:pa from the strangest room' of the jail in which ^i confined, by cutting a hole through the wall ike right aide of the grated window. By the lAarance of the bole, he must have worked hard ^2vara! days or nights in cutting it, and it is {5wh*t amgolar that his work had not been lltaard or ducorered. Two augers and achis-|| l new, and wifli rough temporary handles, ap-En. jfixed by himself; wcrp found iu his cell, ¦ to-, wkkb he most hare had a saw of some ¦ Ln of which mnet have been furnished by pSr3ia»Me accomplice outside In cutting bh the pbatering and inner plank of hard mafSm-ym '6m inchesthick, by rows of anger LW epoiled one anger against the sheet-iron g; between, ihe inner! an...

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

fPie fbtaljajno Ont of gold roceired in'this eobntry fror^^ilbTnk , is.sjud to exceed thirteen'millii#foltf3i -S # -. R & '¦¦¦ J^lu mp.«f gofcl bteiy.received at New Torkjby the steamer (Icorgia, is said to be worth f 2,300. * Wo mornt Om bullocks raised by a Mr.'Colerm Gancseeeonh y.N. Y,werehttely paraded through' thi streets «rf tho city, decorated with ribbons Ac, one of which weighed 3000 and the other 3,000 pounds, !i James CoHon, who had a foot crnshed by the collision of two cars on the Mohawk and Hudson Railroad in November, has recovered a verdict of $11,000 damages at Albany lately. A Mrs. Tarbell obtained a verdict of 1000 damages against] the Albany and Troy McAdamiied Turnpike Company for the death of her husband, caused by the upsetting of the stage in a bonk of snow left in the road. John Johnston .has been convicted' at Paterson, N. J, of the! murder of Judge Van Winkle and wife, and sentenced to be bung on the 30th of April next '| The New Yiirk Tr...

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

Thing* at Washington. ,;/v? ¦hi Tlie proceedings"m ingress,aside from the continued ding-dong of,fhaSlateiy\questioli,(are mea-!gre enough. Badger of North Carolina,-has spoken in tlie Senate-oiiooe side, and Hale of New Hampshire has spoken on the other. As a relief to-this subject, Truman Smith of Connecticut has spoken on Bradbury's resolutions to overhaulTresident Taylor's removal* and appointments, in which he has scored it fo the Locos who cry " Proscription " so lustily when their own examples aire followed, in good style, Messrs. Webster and Haie have had a slight pass at debate, the fonner being called out for further explanations on his speech. Mr. Calhoun, who has been getting worse again for the last week or two, is still very low, and apprehensions are growing more and more serious as to the result P. S. Later news, save he is better again. - |3g~ We copy with pleasure the. following notice of an old friend (Capt. Wu. P. Braov of Clinton county) who filled the p...

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

The .North Branch Tlie North is becoming fearful that the conduct of one of the peculiar friends of the *• North Branch Canal," in instigating tlie investigation of Mr. Ball's conduct as State Treasurer^ may jeopardize their ttvorite measure'. Their, papers arc almost unanimous in their expressions of regret that one of their own Representatives • should have moved in this matter. And they desire (he Legislature (o know that the course of that member is not sustained at home, and that it meets with disapproval: We are happy to be able to announce this. Tliat any friend of the North Branch should originate an attempted persecution of Mr. Ball—for the investigation was undertaken for inquisitorial purposes—and push it on with great vigor, after the self-sacrificing and ceaseless efforts of Mr. Ball in the Legislature last winter to procure an appropriation to this object, is as flagrant on instance of ingratitudeas we ever wish to record. But it would be still more singular an...

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

1r- ,-#Divforc^|-m.0. - V- &-' FrauTthe PluWelnhial Ledger. Aaitlsthe injuhpui effects of panting divorces for slight and trivial causes, it o n jwuy be neceaaaty *p. refer "to some of!; the'mes sages of;the late Governor Shunk upon that subji ut, where the: inquire); may find arguments urgeu by,that c^ceUent Chief Magistrate sufficient fo ar est the progress of legislation upon; tho subject of [divorces, if leason alone is to control legislativ i action in such cases. If the history of Pennsy vaoia legislation shall ever be written, there will he conceded to Governor Shunk honesty of pure »se and accuracy of principle, strong and powerful arguments, -and an unyielding determination to re list the granting of divorces fcr the various pretex s for which they are asked by the applicants in th halls of legislation. The marriage contract was designed to continue during the joint lives of the parties, and if regard ed as indissoluble, it will be entered into with care, ...

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

Things at Baniabnug. Hie Locos in! the Legislature (though many of them talked valiantly about Free Soil a year or two ago,) seem now; to be sympathising more and more'with theur.southern allies-, and the laws passed a few years. since to guard more cficctually agairist kidnapping and carrying off free persons of color nnder pretence of their being runaway slaves or the descendants Iof such, without ample proo£ are now considered ,a tittle too stringent, and need amending or repeating.' Have the threats of disunion produced this change! Oni Wednesday tbe 20th (he Middleton Divorce bill was np m th^ Senate and after a warm debate it was negatived-^-yeas 7, nays 23. There are two other exciting caseajbefore tlie Legislature of men of the upper-crust ill, society seeking to be cot loose from1 theii wivesi--|t' orest from New York and Price,of Philadelphia. Both will meet with seri ous opposition, i ¦ On Thursday aibtll- passed tlie Senate for the Election of AttorpeV General fo...

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

Jury Lilt, lor April Court. : \ ' * , !' gKaxij jgboh4 -; Apollacoh—Edward Barton, I hivid Buffii'm. Bridgevmtcr—jHyile Crocker, 1 Lmos W. Harding, J^icobTewksbury.:,!.-.! ^ ' i - j Brooklyn—A.':G.sRevnolds. i * Clifford—Axcty purdick, Lut) icr a Bunfick. Dimock—EzeljieliBedell, Jolii.Foster. \. Forest XaXv-rTliojnas Meuan,! ¦ . ! , Franklin—Titns £>. Mcrrimah. . . » j Orcat firtuJ—Nathaniel Lewisl • . j : ! IIarford^?JIciM^&ley,As&lip\(xr. i.. ¦ . ffdrntonyy-Vftuifita![Hilbom. j; • 1 - : Jackson—Hiratn jFotlet. .. !' -.- ] ; Jessup—JohnBcdelL -, ! • . j , Liberty—Jehn Harrigan, Jamc i Travis, . | , FcaMUford^itfiQ&y Boyle. ' „' .. | - ; Hush—KichardBixby. '| J..! ; /SJpri«i^I.jW«-^|epHen A. Hyde, David Wabelee , ' | •"-'. TBA^EaSB 'JUBOttS ¦".:..- .,: J ","'. i AJtolacon-^John?»^*»Edwaw,He^di^e|n3nuV i Bridgeteattr—^Tlyler BrewrteTi i foieph Bp«be. ! .CIMmta—Patrick]McMaonus.h^ j-.-. ?¦¦ - ' \ • i 'c/^i^tJoel^tephettsi.:',, .V.- •;-- !-• ¦ |' i i&...

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

iTF-i-- n;;;?i ^..t?,"!J'-ifeft!3l:c!:"!!.!!-i--:-yfe^;l^ ... ,,.,-- .TKmwmfoasnmx^iZi Of W«tiMait««n^ney ll»n6v:wiU ,;«nrt taf St. Mark' s Church, N«rMudW,«.Frkky, April WtK rhiblte»mi«iwmbe:h«UmtboChurchA.M,P. M. and evening,o« Fr^y, Saturday, and *»*y Also, serviees may to exp^ed atBr^Beii i* «> *Wt*3 todSiiturday^yairings •nd! 8m^«pr

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

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

iiamax Two Weeks hater from JSBrojojft* t^k\%\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\WmWsmt ^^^^r ^ _ ' - - ' ~ * * Arrival of the Niagara; -i The steamship Magara arrive^ m on Friday, whence the Telegraph broughtpie following to our city papers. : ENOJAND. /' ¦ Accounts from the manufacturing; districts are not satisfactory. Many of the mills!'»« Manchester and other places are workingshbrt time, and some have stopped altogether, but it is not believed that this is more than a temporary arrangement Advices from Calcutta lathe lithof January, and from Bombay fo 4thofFebrnairy,areonnand. I Politically the news from the continetat P° g^^,j«ty has authorised a publication of tho followitig liberal rewards, for the dikoowryofSipJohn Franklin, via; twenty t*o thousand pounds to any on<! who will effectively relieve the crews of the ships—ten thousand pounds for relieving or for such information as may lead to the relief of any' of the crew, and ten -thousand pounds to any otftf who s...

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

potatoes for sole. THE subscribers have Potatoes to sell (instead of wanting to buy) at their store in this place. LATHROP «fc SAEISBUR Y. Montrose, March' 28,1830. Pnblic (Mle Abandoned. THE subscriber having disposed of. a good part of fits Stock at private tale, which was advertised last week to be sold on the 1st of April, said sale is abandoned., He still bat a few cows, two or three yoke of oxen, and several horses, however, that he wishes to sell at private sale. March 26.1850. B. SAYRE. .... Take notice, v THAT I have applied to tbe Court of Common Picas of Susquehanna county for the benefit of the Insolvent Law j of this Commonwealth, and that the Conrt have appointed Monday the* 11th day of April-next to hear me and my Creditors at the Conrt House in Montrose, at 10 o clock A. M. March 27. GEO. a HICKS. gfeerifrs Sale. BY virtue of a writ of Yen. Ex. issued ont of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the ebuntyVf Susquehanna, and to me directed, I will expose to pu...

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

Sh^rlfFa. Sales. - BYyirtue of writs of Vck. Ex. issued out of the Court of Common Pleas^o and for the county of Susquehanna^ nnd to me directed, I wilt expose to public sale] at the Court House in Montrose, oil Saturday the 13th day, of ^April next, at one o'clock P. M—All that certain piece or parcel of land, lying and being in tlie townslupof Herrick, Susquehanna county, bounded and described aa follows, to wit: < On, the north-east by land of Ira .Nichols, south-east by land of James Curtis, south-west by land of W.-S. Dimock, and on the north-west by land of James Curtis containing 17 acres wild land, it being a part of a lot formerly deeded to Sally Black, wife of Phineas Clark, Frances B. Florinda, Salty G. and Betsey Clark, it being No, 4 according to division, together with the aonurtcnances. late the estate of Charles Avery. Taken in execution at the suit of David N. Lewis against Charles Avery, Administrator of the estate of John S. Nile, dee'd., with notice to...

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

N »< V^ateSHLaa«».|» »¦*«, '* Co. OTICE is hdeby given, aiat-agteeably.to the acts of tlie j General Assembly of the' Commonwealth of Pennsylvania directing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes, the following tracts and parts of trartis of unseated lands wiUbe gold at public vendue on the second Monday of June next, at the CourtjiHouse in Montrose, for arrearages due, and the cjosta accrued on each tract respectively, unless the same be paid peibre the day of sale-^ale to commence at 10 o'clock, in the wenoon. J, * .. i . Acres. Warrantee Kamcsand Not, Taxes. \ GREAT BEND. 328 x ^ Samuel Bowman, part 'Is t)8 200 \ Putnam Catlin, part - 1 26 300.140 \ PctefGrubbpt. 1 90 I 400.140 \Jaines Morgan pt 2 54 j H8 Joseph Wright pt. o 94 850.140 Peter YarruurUm 2 80 [ 109.91 Franlthn Lusk l 38 ; 267 Jonathan Butler 1 70 50 Mathias Brooks 0 64 HARFORD. 352 Andrew Baldwin pt ft 04 HARMONY. 204- James Davis pt. \ 3 78 142. Samuel Wallace pt\ 424 I 180 Timothy Paxon pt \ - S 20 ...

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

Yankee Notions. EnglisJi, French, and German Fitney Goods. IyiKE & LADD, at their old stand, No. 39 Nassau street, NEW YORK, corner of Liberty street, opposite the Post-Office, have received} a full and complete assortment of goods in their line, which they will be liappy to sell or show to Merchants purchasing their Spring supply of Fancy Goods; consisting in part of I CojiBs—Tortoise 5|heH, Horn, Ivory, German Silver, etc Bimoss^Gilt, Brocade, Lasting, Bone, Pearl, Shirt, Steel, etc, etc' Barents—IJloth, Hair, Tooth, Shaving, Shoe, Paint, etc. Soap, Pctrainery, Hair Oils, Violins A Strings Accordions Guitars, Flutesetc ;' , Thkeaot—Marshall' s Linen, Grant A Wilson's do. Spool Cotton. Cotton Thread, etc. Sewing Silk and Twist Cotton and Linen Tapes, Linen Tapes, Linen Flosses, Corset Laces etc, etc. Suspenders, oil kinds. Pins, Needles, Hair Pins, Hooks & Eyes, Thimbles. Knitting Pins, Bodkins, Pocket Books, Silk'and Cotton Purses, Port Monnaies, Steel goods, a...

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

****************^ *m**msms**m* f**m*mimmmsamm - —-— . ¦ t i...M... ¦ . - ...._ ¦ .. , j . ; ..-.T".>. .lle!ir. Gooda. ,.,-¦¦¦ .j u.i- ..J. ABEL TURRELL 1 IS now receiving his Fall'and WhiieV^pplyf Gocjs (ernbraring nearly tfvery thiiig wanted in this market) which will be sold extremely j^ttlF tol cash or ready nag. My assortment may be classed in-part as follows: j ,i'..*'..-' . "t f Drugs, Medicines, Chetnicahy Paints. Oils, Dye Stuns,' Groceries, Dry-Goods , Hardware, Stone. Ware, Glass Ware, Clocks, patches, Jewelry,: Silver Spoons, Spectacles, Musical Instruments Liquors, Perfumery, Mirrors.Statioucry. Brushcjs.Shoes, Yankee Notions, Ac Ac - 'j j 'A\ _ Thankful for the liberal patronage and substantial encouragement hitherto received,! hope to merit and receive a continuance of the same. ;i i A few of the articles kept foe sale are named below: • . -¦ 1 ; Groceries. —A good variety of Sugars, fine i flavored Tcas,*gj6od and cheap Molasses, Coffee; Pci* per, Spice, ...

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

¦- TaDairTrmm'oMd/^dtt^^iTC^i'W'WB Valuable r^0P«^ for Sale; #4 THE following Rcai^nd. Personal Estate, ifij| hereinafter described, situate in New M^JowkS Susquehanna County,^^P«nn5ylv1 an^^willbe^«M »Ml a1 great bargain to apy oV wtorj»y. chooe« ";toj^SI chase. The real esfate| cnoib^^of''iii«imrlnn|M^ acres, five hundred of jyhichrarc nnoVtf: .imniw ^ | ment,.nndon whieli arej' four dwelling J»o»ra,-aoB|| seven barns. lnef:u^ is well desigoed <br alia^l ry, and b capable of fec(ding:onc hund ^ tiCAsrt^d^ti ring summer and winter^ and [every part of tt wiiKj; watered witli springs ni|l striams' ?The bnadkkjfjp and land are'in good condition; and on the miaaSf scs are about fir« iniles^f good Stone Wa^;a»«^ the otlier fences are also* good, and on tfe woddKi; land arc large quaiilttie|of ChcstnutMmber, whie^h will supply tlie farm for) many yeai^ to! ec«ne!i aaiUj which will also be valuible for building^ ^ the!Bail f|i road which is soon to betbuilt np Ms^na Creek-fra: Sa...

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

!'; ! Xo. Wood f^koppera*'.»¦".-,' .*'"''-'''«ffi C>ASH will be paid for c^ppmg from three to SH J six hundred cords of Wood, if chopped by the . §'J fijrst day bf October next |AppIy to tM iubeeri- ffiS bbr, 3 miles north-east of Mentrofc. -<-i:i::'.- »''¦ -••«» ,l,Mtirch4,1850.' .^ETHMircHEfcL./ ~M T« pursuance of ah order:Of the Orphan's Conrt' M -L of Susquehanna comitr| will be iexposed to J pdbUciale on Tlmrsday the 28th dar of March ^ ^t.at -1 o'clock PlkiM' Mft-W. !d«£r5baa^ ? premises, situate, lying and jbeu^m^ township 4a of. Jackson, in the county aforesaid, the first piece --Va thereof bounded and, described -as^^mlkiw»:3l^«BA J nmg at nn Original warrantee] corner, theoee sonft i! .44: degrees cast 122 and five tenths perches, theace ! ^ south fl> degrees west SO'pvH^'tbeBC^jM^'iVt^ degrees west .76 and fire4cn^'p0e^'j£..^im^:.^ ' thence'south 49 degrees wost;i28 perchea aleo^. saU!;' !;^ road,:thence north 45 dexreOs|«ost 45: perches to'*;'!'*...

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

FDrS lAnUBBL A few hundred feet of eeamnedpaie lumber, cite panel or common stuff, would be received on ooant if brought immediately. * Also, IaUM. ^M- /.ff.Cmntf t 1VOBT: rJ*& *ftT»30 S. "^ "•"•?here between \ f Montrose and Lathrop, on tteAbuwtonTurn-*t a Ladies j8sfeW ,-contain'ing several articles 'dotting. Any ptnon finding HwiU cooler a "» on theowcerby learimrit at the Register naungoflice. *wh 27, 186a ' OABOUMO OIL. ' I hereby certify that I proeoredof Abal Turffl, DrqggV, fa, Montrose; one bottle of 0. W. ^^an^eelefarated GarglingOiLfar which I paid •edoUar. I applied H to asum* ia the tjffof * of my horses , that would if 4^eeM"«dp^ %hav«beeo«ne*OQnfc»« '.fl^^aSM^e;; ?? &*&#* . wis r*sat,tiB* J«nn4er- j ^^. ¦ ^r""*^''AtAWt^ixMt %i: ^t. tv«*lyemtl! 7flavkaaar)raHoxaini,la»>- *. fe, to which do fiaihf of horaw are aobiaet. ^h«d(^wiA^ V^» on hand ^fimL&BXmsz? *%\1Z w?re ^W*«l"«««Wa*i»W' £m&i,^m^n fjfri i

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

altivatlon & Brioits—--Strawberries and s»..^^«i- ¦= -. ^-..-."Granes. - ' tThe Grape is ho^oneof the, most raarket-^ fruity that Can T)e raised. It is ^asiry ^fi^!*^, requiring but little room, and little LDor,and besides its value as a marketable Mduct,' supplies a most agreeable, cooling TOT^eshmg article fdr finiily use.. "* ^^^oreiga' Varieties, are,! as! a'general iWg, tphch too .fragile and delicate to justif any attempts to cultivate thein, unless unlivery peculiar circumstances; but we have he Eliensbbrougb, Catawaba, and the Isahel-»~»li of which are native grapes, very hardy od.prohfic, and capable of-rewarding a|- noe^any degree of care and attention that he cultivator may be pleased to accord to h^n^,|)^y!e;d6 hdjt enumerate these because fe|iy;Cpmpri8e the whole list of grapes, capable jof^itustanding the algid temperature of >iir cKmate]- . but simply beipause they are ^^ijy,bbtained, are generally well known ifid highly esteemed. As to the lucrat...

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