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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

;-;«",';. -Impro'wwaenU about Town. - hM*Klwiiro:Or three handsome dwelling houses r^opresa toward the eastern extremity of our pugh, the new^Academy btdlding'•' fronting on pnbba square, between tlie Fire proof building I the old Academy, is now nearly finished c'xter-_¦ -v.j-y.i,;- ;>^-.^5»r., .. . J ly, prestutmy jqnitc an imposing appearance to pid^^tpl^ibe town. ,_, ^ n lha;^UKm p^}. of,tIie town, active prcpaiom a»'«iJmig;for the erection of a large new ire,StowiW|Tttware establishment by Messrs «and Sunpspnat the foot of the public avenue, ween TrirrelTs (late Mitchell's) Drug Store and 1)riek mansion occupied by Elder Post. This; l.be an eligible situation for business, and fronton tbe avenue as It does, will add much to the pearanee of our town. Asa specimen of internal improvements, We lymenUoo a very decided improvement In' the iier store, of. L L. Post &. Co, who have recentenlarged the same by the removal of partitions ., letting the whole front of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

ThlnCT at Harriibur*. "-..Daring the la^Twcejt the Legislature has made some progress toward framing [another ApporUonment BJlU^hicllMially passedihe house on Thursday jbut, in a shape a attic fairer than the oneVctoed;by Ibe.GoKBrnor, though liable to some ot the same objections) |vhich That was. As it' may still undergo .some alterations we. will, not copy it till perfected. After various .efforts-made by the, Wliijjs to liave unamended in some measure, some of them voted fpr it on its final passage in the House, as the host arrangement they could get probably. . -'¦ j ... . ¦ When the Apportionment Bill came before the Senate on Saturday, Mr. King moved to strike out all after the enacting clause and insert a newUill which be offer^ as a substitute. His bi11Jr was read, but the Senate refused to substitute it by a strict party vote,* yeas 16, nays 17—Mr. Speaker giving the casting vote against it; and every proposition of the Whigs to amend it to make it fairer, was negativ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

More Hasty ^Legislation Corrected. After more thanl one hundred days, of anxjous incubation, tbe Locpfocos of tbe Legislature have succeeded in hatching a purely LocoTocp Bank-bill: aud as soon as the yjoung crocodile |wak fairly out of tbe shell, they sent it to the Governor for liji approval. But yesterday the unanimous consent of tbe Senate and house was asked and obtained to insert in oneisection of the"bill the words "per annum. There was something so novel in tbe matter that we made some inquiry into it, and found that after tlie bill had been handed to the Governor, on examining it, be found ¦ that all banks by its provisions were only required to pay a tax of four and a half mills; on every dollar, fujr tlie wltolc fifteen yean of their tlutrie'rjl Governor Johnston immediately sent tlie bill back to' the .-Comparing Committee, that it might be ascertaineii if gome error ba$ not been committed in transcribing. ¦ Upon examination it was found that no er or bad been co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

Things at Washington l;;The summary of tbe Sussex Begister Tiaa; the following cctodensedprcceedmgs 'in Congress of last wick. . ' -v ' ! >--."'.¦/" '¦' . ; f' 7 j In the Senate, on Monday the 15th, tbe day was spent in the consideration of the Appropriation hill . -.;.. -..'¦'¦ In the House, after some eulogistic remarks from Mtv Gentry respecting the character of the late Clerk, Mr. Campbell, that body adjourned. Id tbe Senate, on Thursday, the bill to supply Deficiencies in the Appropriations for 1850 was amended in several particulars and passed.-; A motion of Gen. Cass to strike out tbe appropriation for tlie outfit of a Charge to Austria was lost—17 to 28. Mr. Foofe's motion for a select Committee of Thirteen was made tbe special order for Wednesday, aftersomc unimportant conversation. The House:balloted four times for.Clerk on Tuesday, without coming near a choice. There was a look at last as if the Locofoco vote might be, concentrated on Judge Young of Illinois,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

Great Sow.in the Senate The U. S. Senate which in time past has been regarded as a more dignified body than the House of .Representatives, was the scene of a most disgraceful row on Wednesday the 17th, between Colonel Benton' and ' tbe. blackguard Hangman Foote of Mississippi. It is to be regretted tliat a man of Colonel Benton's age, standing and character for dignified bearing should allow himself to be so much disturbed by any thing from such a quarter ; bnt it seems his indignation was excited to such a pitch, that he could scarcely bo restrained from approaching him in a hostile manner,'while' Foote drew a loaded pistol upon him in the body of the Senate! We extract from tbe reported proceedings the following, which shows what led to it: Mr. Benton addressed the Senate in support of bis amendments. His object was'to show by the votes of the Senate, on the several points which he had presented, tliat the fears of the South bad been groundless—that there was no danger to th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

For the Susquehanna Register. ' Eailioad Meeting. _ ^ At a meeting of numerous respectable citizens of Aubum township, Susquehanna county, on the 20th of April,TSfSO, Jobs Retlt being appointed President, GEasnoM Bukxel and John Tewkbbcry Vice Presidents, and Ezra Alger, and John P. Lambert Secretaries— __ -; -Milton Harris, Esq,.arid;Henry S. Low addressed the meeting, stating the object thereof, viz: to confer npon die most practicable route for tbe Legget's Gap Railroad by the way of Tiaikhdnnock, through Auburn, to the forks of the Wyahuing. - The following Resolution* were adopted; . Resolved, Tliat Milton Harris, .Esq., II. S. Low, and J. P. Lambert, be appointed a committee to visit the Chief Engineer, and to apprise him of Ihe intention of the committee-to view out the most efficient route; and to appoint a day when they will conduct him through it, j;S8fe;-'^:''' '¦ „,Re?olved, That it is tKifSlliefof tlie members of this meeting that theretis a mora feasible route ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

Railroad Meeting. t=, For the Susquehanna Register. At a meeting of a number of tbe irdiabilants of the western townsb^psof Susquehanna county, held April 20th, 1850, for the purpose of obtaining'* survey of the proposed route'for the Leggefs Gap Railroad, Gales Caoxalt was appointed Chainn|n and Hon. Calvin Lett Secretary. 'V ¦¦ ))Ji-i"^. Information being received "that/Henry fepper, appointed at our last meeting.to communicite with tho Railroad Company, had centered with the officers, and that they had offered; to survey, the route suggested at our last meeting" upon condition that the inhabitants along the line wpj|k^;pro,v5de the necessary funds; and rurther.that in casetjieroute should be adopted, the Company "would rc^und-the monies'so advanced— r '-' <-' Jfyjif^ifc-:^? ' 7' Whereupon it was Resoled, That" a cbriimittco of three persons be appointed to soBcit subscriptions, and pay the money that may be-collected, to-Nelson Camp, who is hereby appoiijlb^ TT'e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

^i^^iffi^ •flrSTi SIP'ZW «Tld,N8( » « was riot from u» «J?Jwi§?i!F#wa*P^ »*"»* frfehtewd w l^^&in*£*%S£r, explaining theZ. J^m^oT -1^" ^h ™ solely fcr the TencV^ MifK?a ^wuent position fw dewuteh runs'thfeh» ^ I»^* J » «4 lorney :-&f-& P^l W drown rinoS^ terday, in. the Senate 01^06^3 2rtE£*$T" Senate ha.MJikehhotic*icfZi^g^feg Maprc^^^pon itvye t thjs proi^^^ bar to the action: of a cour t of juatW^5s^S this power of[the^^ SenafelB^hnUteiv'Jx^??^?'' pror^subjert.fdr; acourt.of jusdce.rin^^J'ili^ be brought befoife,the Criminal '^in^ot a^§^? trict for the examination and dwaBJpnJvrtfcj"*?" laws would give it. I enclose x.2fa(ij0t: fimSpi f ewer of this' inorriirig^ an onlci^iTOBifi^otthe enatc proceedings, and Imve mark^.tbejOissag^ to which I invite attention. ~X dbi&t:"»i^tbj «. per as evidence,jbut as a guide to the.iriquirieacf the Grand Jury,?arfd have to add,-' that I will be ready'to np'pearj-befor* that bod^jgrequired, and perhaps to giv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

L "More of the Banh Gentry in Umbo!" JTas the exulting cry of the St Johns' Bank organ gane weeks aga IS Ihtreal Bank gentry are not | bw "in limbo," it cannot be thefauljt oftbe Grand £.ary oT this county. After having, found a true »tW;of Indictment agamst"the Editor of the said pank organ on two counts for iiif/ on Henry jjrinkcr.as we mentioned last week, that Jury also yrand a Bill of Indictment on hisdasters, Thomas ™~ , and Ansel St. John, for Conspiracy, and Fraud 5i their management of the-Bank. So "not only Koeir organ but the principals themselves have now glecn indicted by the Grand Jury. Yerily, that luody seems to have been bard on the "Bank gentfr"during last'week. t^~The St. Johns' Bank organ in alluding to Sie libel suit against its editor, on which the Grand gory Indicted him last-week, undertakes to impugn Sie motives of the Prosecutor by saying it is to yiop bis mouth in relatiori'to the "rotten old Bank." flWe bad supposedHt was rather for his personal ;^b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

i. «, ,, .; i ? :•<>¦ AMyalpfthe: America. T wo weeks later TromEaroiie^ ¦ -'. ¦ -*.f!-; :--;-"i'.-> ".'*si;i'»;-A?'-'. ;.'¦'¦ The stearflSflip.America arriyal at Halifai; on Thursday night April 18,^m wMctflie city papers ihj» vis 'the folkjri^fi^^Tapliianews: . 'tf-ft.- •- '.i^felp?,' ' ' ¦ Since Jhq\ ^iiKn|f^the^^fion3. steamer, Parliamentltis dojie little more than vote the'SuppU^and t^ of a IpHcal^^lan^^pi^irestirig ;cliaracteirtri;f ^; f^OriwD^^|Ei^>rMeSBi; ipri; Joha Baisp^ea^ompttfne'at Manclfesterl': InraddWort tP tne Lorj^ Lieutenancy of Ire^iud it is sfa ted that the government haveit in conteriJpMqn to abolish the Irish courts of law and transfer the whple machinery for government to London. . Both measures ara nolently opposed by the Irish press. The new: Catholic primate of Trelabd, Dr. Cullenj hasjssued his first pastoral, which emanates fi^>rh Rome, and is free from all allusion, tppoliijcs;, A^rictiltural;opeijations, both m ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

^—— ¦¦ r- •--n -j ^.7-. S Wrightfi Pennaylvania Justice. »rewoBiries-6T"this""alirioa"SaBpen^ Bpewly elected Justices of tlie Peace, liave just ¦ f tTeccived for saloat this office. . ^^ ;M*ilcan: War and its Warriors. ^^Mtererting history of the late War with nc^ withi sketdi ofthe pi^ r^Qeneralsand 0^;«ng^ged in'it—a book of near 350 pages ily printed and bound,and illustrated with nuronsrich engravings. ' • ¦• W#-?t'"Po» SiiE'ir this Ofwck. '''-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

Isaac I*. Post &' Co. ; ARE howwceiving^Jarge stock of eiir™ Mna usually Vept by them in theDry Gpods, Qtoeery and Iron line, to which <h«y respectfully invite ihe attention of their friends—at the old stand stighflTntfcprp»ed' and edrreeU^L' - J ' Farticnkn-next week; - "¦'¦-)• Montrose ^ 24fh April, 1850- 7.. ' ¦ T Mew> Chair Factory .j j. HE Subscriber has opened "i'^Mrl Factory »,. ¦JF&fBF** SL.a wa*»'» Store, where he intend, to keep on hand all fa' ads pt Fancy Un* seat, (Common Windsor, and ahnqet anv kad l^W' *°' Srtteesofri^ry^cn ^SSSL^lti^'^ 'Wtm*- ^W^^^'Bfi--':-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

\ '"' • ": 'T<i Dairymen. . InVJBSALE—aFarm in tho4ownahip of Pike, ll? ^Bradford county, containing one hundred and severity-five acres of land—one Jnndred-Ojr,' more under nriprovement. -.There'is thereon a Dwelling House and Barn, a good Typung prchard, -is well fenced and watered, and has a good living Spring of wijter within a fey steps -of the door. There arc bpt few acres out of sight of the dwelling house. It is 4 first rate Dairy; or Grain Farm, it being free from stumps, level, smooth,and convenient to meetings, stores, dw. Title good and undisputable. ' .. " ' DANIEL BAILEY. LeBaysville, Bradford county, Pa, ) ! April 23, 1850. f lt-Sm I AdMlnistrator's Sato, IN" pursuance" of an Order of theOirphan's Court ofjSusquehanna county, vrjll be exposed to Public Sale on Friday the 24th day of May next at one o'clock P. M, the following described premises, situate, lying and beingi m the township of Rush in the county aforesaid,; bounded and described aj) follows, to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

To Teachers. Those wishing to be examined preparatory to taking District Schools in the township of Bridgewater for the coming season, will meet at tlie Court House for examination on Saturday, the 27th of April, at one o'clock. By order of the Board. ; M. L CATLIN, Secy. ] ; Ploughs! Ploughs! J UST received, a new stock, and large assortment, of the most approved patterns of Side Hill andjcommon Ploughs; also, Plough Castings of all kinds and handles, all of which will be sold ' nf reduced prices, by Hi BUURITT. , New Milford, April, ifeuO. Partnership Notice. TPHE undersigned liave this day entered into a JL Co-partnership under the name- and Firm of jwUssBCBX <t Beothoi, for the purpose of carrying Pn4ho i j j ,. HAT, CAP, A&D FUR BUSINESS, m all its various branches—wholesale and-retail—at the old stand pf Washburn «t Co, Court street, Bingbamton. M. D.iWASHBURN, f April 2, 1«50. S. T. WASHBURN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

' -',. 1. Hew Arrival. ' ||?HlS«ubscTiber has just received a new supply :Ji' of BtiOkt, embracmg School Books of almost every variety—an assortment of Miscellaneous, do. |—Writing^ Paperboy, the ream or smaller quantity, Wrapp ing <\6.\ Letter iiiid [Mte Paper; Fancy St^fonarj i^,' Wall and. Curtain paper..;? _ Pocket, Clasp and Family BioksyUxgo quantity and a good yarief*. | -•-" Ready Made' Cloihthg.; a huge assortment, cmbracing a great variety of Goats, Pants, Vests and ^shirts. \'"J:-f'i .) :_ fiats and Caps; a general' assortment of fashijioriable Fur.Silk.^Legboin.l^.Lea^itc. <ic. j. *oot«and Shoes' , a goodiaissortment of-'Ucnl/ W Boys', both fine and coarsd;"' Ladies* and Misses ! mi Children's do. -. also,: a Variety of Fancy ar-; u<2e»to° numerous to mention." ^chool Books nn(j paper w^ ^ goij to tjjose w j,0 Wg^ sen again, at a very small advance on the | OKjWJwlesale prices. iKIgM^Schook wUl be furnished during the iS|i^*ndSummer.wi th books, on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

Wool Car4ln« and Clothdreniaf npHE. Subscriber having purchased the Wool *•} Carding and Olothdressing establishment, Bituated m Jessup Township, on % Wyalusirig Creek, about sec m^les firom. Montrose, lately occupied by Smith rf> Tiffany, takes this method to inform the public that the works having undergone a, thorough reparing throughout, the Machinery id being fitted up with new Cards io, and he pledges himself that no pains shall be spared to give entire satisfaction to all those who may favor him with their cnstorii. Clothdressing done up with 'despatch. Steam finishing, done up in the best style and on the most reasonable terms. Also a good assortment of Woolen Cloths of best quality—Flannels and Woolen shawls kept constantly on hand, which will bo exchanged at fair rates for wool or produce. All work entrusted to his care shall be done upon the shortest notice and warranted right or no Pay I Those bringing loads of Wool from a distance, can have it carded to take ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

lankct! Motions. English, Frencli, <««/ German Fancy' Goods. PUCE & LADD, at their old stand, No. 39 Nassau street, NEW.YORK, corner of Liberty street, opposite the Post-Office, have received a full mid 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; consUtiug in part of Con as—Tortoise Shell, Horn, Ivory, German SUver, etc ' Bit-ton's—Gilt, Brocade, Lasting, Bone, Pearl, Shirt, Steel, etc etc. BausiiEs—Cloth. Hair, Tuoth, Shaving, Shop. Paint, etc., Soap, Perfumery, Hair Oil-s Violins <t Strings, Accordions, Guitars, Flutes etc 1 uatvos—Marshall's Linen, Grant <t Wihwn's do. Spool-Cotton, Cotton Thread, etc., Sewing Silk and 1 wist, Cotton and Linen Tapes, Linen Tapes, Linen Flosses, Corset Laces, etc, etc. Suspenders, all kinds. Pins, Needles, Hair Pins, Hook's A Eyes! Thimbles. Knitting Pins, Bodkins, Pocket Books,' Silk and Cotton Purses, Port Monnai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

t^w" -\ '' "'iJOBlCSB W, '.-= . To Wholesale Dealers and Dealers in Merchandize vthnthi C^tf&qiO&kr TNjursrianceoC theactflxfA^bWofthis Comthe d'emn ^ * "" £ct to-lW"**' reveriue to mj the demands mwn; the Treasury, andforother pur, ?an 1/? ^ °f tt6 16t,1'cf W'MW titled Wol .- mcrease therevpnuo and diminish the S^f exPe,n-sra of the Commonwealth," an act passed the 22ddav-,of Apnt 1646, entitled "an -act to provide for the reduction of the public debt" SSmS «Ct P?8*"1 ** 10tnid»y of April, 1849, entitled-an Act to create a sinking fund, and to EfVi^Ti!! ^o gradual and certain extinguishment of the debt of tlie-Commonwealth," the .undersigned. Appraiser of Mercantile taxes for Susquehanna county, has prepared a list of all Merchant* trading withm said county, and placed caah of the said Merchants m that class which to him seems riijbt and just according to the provisions of said act of Assembly, as follows, viz.?! " ' Residence. . Merchants. A S Class Auburn, .». M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

Wew Firm! rr^HE subscribers have commenced business un--L der the firm of S. H. Sayre <fc Co, and .ire now opening a new assortment of Goods, consisting o( almost every article called for. We intend lielling mostly for ready pav, short credit will be given to those (that may wish) that have been prompt in meeting their payments. Goods will be sold as low as at any other store in the county—bv good attention, and low prices, we hope to get our share of patronage. P. S. In addition to the above, wo have in connection a Tin and Sheet Iron-establishment, where will be kept a general assortment of Stoves, Tin Ware, Sheet Iron, Castings. Hollow Ware.* tfcc All orders in this line will be attended to imnimcdiately. Merchants that wish to buy, to sell, will be supplied with Tin Ware, Stove Pipe, and Stoves on liberal terms. S. H. SAYRE <fc Co. Bonnets.—Spring Styles, for 1850. A great variety of all kinds and qualities, for sale cheap at ¦ S. H. SAYRE <t Co. Hats an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 25 April 1850

_ LOOK AT THIS! ' I uiOSE person* having unsettled accounts with X me are requested to call and settle tho satae. My store Books, close with the 1st of this .mouth. Also payment is request on Notes, and Judgments that are due. I hopo attention will bo given to the above without further notice. B. SAYRE NOTICE. THE accounts of tho late firms of Smiths & Stevens, and Smiths, Stevens A Avery aretfn my hands for collection. Those wisliihg to settle with me, must call soon, as this is the last call previous toa visit from-the politest gentleman io tho'place. Montrose, April 1st, '50. P. STEVENS. Administrator's Notice. ALL persons indebted to the' estate ofj John .Rea»e kite of Clifford, deceased, are requested to make fmriiediate paytaent, arid those having demands against said estate to present them duly attested for settlement - V [ ASA HOWAROr A<hVr; AprO 3, lOTO. T

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