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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

Hail i0«»4V4<af*d v*. UM»i-<iog MANUFACTORY. The subscriber would ^<*Z<-^S&\ respectfully- notify the \fe^_^»Sl,H. public that he has com* Q^a;% Saddle $ Harness jjaai^aCTP^ business, in the burouu} gjgjPSrawHHaT of 'I'tinkhannoi-k. in H. e-55^ JT Stark's Urifk Block, on t-3 Bridne street,tvto doom abovo H. Stark & Oo 's More, where he intends to keep on hand and manufactun ¦n nrd^ 1*, Saddles, Bridles) Ilaraesj, - .-jobs, Values. Uallers, Carpet Bags, >nd every nrii'leconneneri with the bus.. •es!*. By s'rid ai en«inn to business anf iirojnp'ness in fu/lil'ing all engagement-, he hopes in meet wilh a llheriht-hare 1 .luhlic iiaiionage. All kinds of produce taken In exbange for work—Cash not refu-ed. *vm. I . riKEUK. 'I'nnkbannncV, Oct. "0, 1849.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

Cantion. WHERE \ my wile Charlotte. h«» left my bed and board w«h"o» »"f lust r-ause or provocation, this i? thrrefowj 10 npilty all'ipi-tamia ,t?o» to Host bfj on mv a'ccJiiiSiVas I'WHIWtjo ^b',i"^ .•ontrnctln". STKPHRN ALLEN. K.rlittlpn, Msy 18,1830. i 'JI\t re^sff

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

CL )VI41{ isKEtl —l.aige afl.1 fna kinds or sa;e -t 'hi T*le?'»ph Store IUHN H. ft¦»GAHT. Tonkh-innt«l«. ^Pfil 8'h. IR30. A Gtea variety of Keadv-Marie t!lnih . ini?; for t-al** by : .. T. Q. &*'<>• Qoal, CosI, Coal! THE steamer Wyoming, lis now supplying* this market with a. large quantity of.coal, which will be sold cheap. Apply at the storebf '! •;. T. OSTERHOUT & CO, March 26,1850.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Ci " " ^Ififi 8EBlocSSrr tdrVOaSSD 't^itTUESDAY EVENING, AT Ttfnkhanagck, Pa., . , TERMS. '¦ -" ¦ l$C 50 in advance; $2.00 at the ex*. piration of six months, or §2 5d if not paid-until afterithe':clb§£o6'the yeat. ¦ •!•- (EP*DiscontinuanC4» optional with the Editartwh^airenjagies ar e not'paid.' r f£F"Advertisementa conspicuously inletted&t the usual rates. ! IT?" JOb Work1 executed in the neatM'?rft&tfer-"6n -ahVt notice and on reasonable terms. -Q^tet!§rs perlainfng to the business -of the office must be pdst paidi

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. *£'?'ri—¦ ¦Si.* ¦....,.—i_..-.— ^— »^j —-^- MEHOOPANY HOTEL,—.V«- ttiopiiny? Wyomiii^ Co., Pa. At* len Lott, Proprietor. "••' •<' ^wii.1 l. ite^T""7-SaddJe ^ Harness and^Tfuhk Manufactu"rer/ Shop, first doqjrjaboveJOtark's rbnck.,S.tore, pa Bridge ,st.,,tu'nkhanh6ck,TPa, ' "-. ¦';"'': "" LACKAWANNA HOTEL, DandaffStreet, Carbondale, Luzerne Co., >t*. £-J6hn IGflBE, Proprietor.,0 ' ' MARTEN'S.HOTEL,n . , TUt&fihM6ck,Pd.^S:'C:biARTiii: l'Pro-. prietor. All the stages arrive at and * depart From this nnUse daily. not VRv. J.;^. SMITH, - ; Physician & Surgeon,—May be found .a| JWartin'a Hotelj Thunkhannock, Pa. ; ja.:S: WINCHESTER, Attorney-AT^I&W, Tuhkhtinnock, Pa ;Offic9m Stark's Brick Roxy. 1 PHAM3KUN C. RfcSS, -.' Attorney at Law,—Office with Elhanan Smith. Tunkhannockk Pa. D. L. PECKHAM, Attorney at Law—Tunkhahnock,Wy^-' mming Coi, Pa—-Ofice with A. K._ Peckham.Esq.,in Phelps' brick Block A, K. PECKHAM, Atto...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

¦•'-' ; iTaMy Friend, When to the crowded halls of mirth I turn, from lonely thoughts to fly, And find the change, oj little worth Amid the,throng alone on earth, ' ' Fo¥ vety1 sadness 1 could die! But when thy pleasant Face I see, Whose loots 6t love to mine reply, The world appears my own to-be, (For thou art all the world to me!) And I for very joy xould die! When youthful dreams forever fled, From .memory claim the,bitt« sigh*, When long lost friendsJikeppectrestread, " The.cold, the faithless and the dead,?' I feel so wretched ! could die.' i - But when those eyes,in. which I trace The beauty of the'starh'ght sky, JDook lip so sweetly! in my /ace; Alt fondness and-confiding graced - I feel so happy I could die! ;

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

ii Slanderers, Male and Female. Blessing and bane are:so closely coupled inall matters pertaining to the good things o'i life, that we need not wonder that TnaOyills flow ont of every abuse of the great gilt col speech; Talk is as spontaneous as breathing, as we have said, but-it"is far from being ahyays as inoffensive. White handed Brinvilliera poisened a few people *vho were soon out-.of-their misery, and she has tor oges held .up to. execration. Have we ever seen a woman ^ho has poisoned twice as many,-for life and death, and who yet; passes for a good! sort of person ? ^ apt- to speak-, her mind, but meaning no harm1'—^with so little appearance of premeditation, of evil intent do her cruelast stabs come. • She>does"but report what she has heard—or she did not say more than others said I In the course of a morning visit,, she will- skewer a \yjiple .street, of ,her_v",/«ends". like a lunch of kibubs, and all .peppered for the most fastidious.palate. And it must not b...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Life on the Turning of a Card. A friend narrated to us a day or two since an anecdote of early times in West Tennessee, which we will attempt to,repeat even at the risk of losiog-the graphic simplicity of his conversational narrative. Some eighteen or twenty years since a iwell-known residepl of Tipton county was.puton his, trial, charged \yith the murder of his wifen. As usuajiin such cases, popular feeling\vas largely against him, and all the eloquence and ingenuity of his counsel were required to make any impression in his favor by a jury, which, however impartial it might desire lo.be in the consciousness of sivorn duty, could not but see , the wares o[ popular, prejudice surging in upop it. The case was ably argued. The counsel for the defence made most vigorpus and impassioned appeals. The case was submitted to the jury; and they retired, to make up iheir verdict. Time passed, and as the setting sun warned all of the approaching night, the large throng in attendance, the...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Practical Hints. ' - The following is taken from the last number of Holden's .JMagazine, and is the editor's account of bis own restoration to. health by purely mechanical means. Much mighi be said in,relation to proper exercise heing the only remedy for pulmonary ailments;, but we are sure the intelligent reader, after a perusal of the following extract, veili anticipate^ll' that, we would ,say..had we, room to give our convictions: . «Three years ago last summer the writer ofthis articlewas a miserable invalid. He was pale, thin, dyspeptic, desponding, and generally uncomfortable to himself and his friends. His chest ivas sunken, hk posture, stooping, and his gait jistless. This unfortunat*state, of things was induced by a sedentary life, and too close, application to booksand the writing-desk. Six, weeks of out-of-door exercise- in the country, wrought some improvement, and if it could by possibility have been continued, might have restored vigor; but writing and study mu...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

New Coal Vein. On I uesday of last week, a new coal vein was fully developed in this place by Mr. John Hozie, superintendent of the mines of the P?nna'. Coal Co. It opens in the gulley along the creek, which empties into the basin. The vein belongs to the first class, being fourteen feet in thickness, and the coal is pronounced by judges, to be the best which has yet been discovered -in Pittston or any other coal region in the State. The vein has.been so skilfully developed that almost any quantity can. be taken, from it in the shortest time'.'1 This important addition to the coal resources of this enterprising Company will fell largely on their ^exriortatipn list for the comirig year. ''Pittston against' th? world fof good coal in abundance!—Ptitstori Gaz At an evening party \m Providence Rhode, Island/;* few- evenings since, if was proposed to dispose cjf tbejoelle of the room by loUe'py/''Tiv^n'fy' tickets were immediately, sold a( a fixed price, jne holder of number 20 d...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

m fiose''of tte Year:, The follpwihg beautiful, thoughts upon.,the close of the year— beautifully expressed by one celebrated in the annals of astronomy—are so. .well suited to our: taste, that, we cannot refrain fronvtransfe.rring them to.our columns. . " We spend our days. as.a tale thai is told." .Ps. xc, °. . Who, without'a melancholy emotion, ,can bid adieu to the parting year? The idea of theifarf, is said to be. a mournful idea^, . We cannot part, for. the last time, even from inanimate, objects, without, sensations of regret. The last sight of the spot where we passed, our chddhqod, the last glimmering of ^he land receding from the gliding vessel, and the parting words of those who,ace about, to. bid us a final adjpu, fill our(bosoms with feelings which may. be easily conceived, but which no language, can ever describes,. .Against the existence of such,feelings, the cold and phlegmatic argue, in vaini The present.year has;nearly.performed its destined course; it is ....

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

A good and beneficent. 5tan. , Josiah VVhite, for many years a.citizen of Philadelphia, and tie. President, projector and efficfent manager .of the Lehigh Navigation Company died a few days since at a venerable age.r He was an ornament to society, and a,'citizen universally respected. He lived to do good, and in dying has endeavored to leave behind him some memorial -of af fection for the generations that were to come after him. In his will -he made numerous bequests, some of which will be read' -with interest. We copy the following: The will of the. late Josiah VVhite, for many years President of the Lehigh coal and Navigation Company-has been probated at the office of theRegisterbf-Witls. . The deceased makes bequest to a number of public institutions, as follows: To the association ef the Coiered Or phans Society of the city and countjr ot Philadelphia 100 shares of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Stock, To the House of- Refuge of the;City and'County of Philadelphia, 100...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Boys out Afte^-NigutfilU.;..,!"! I have long been an observer^.asJt am'\ a sympathizing loycr.pf boys. A hkie t»- see them happy jicheerhil^glsesoroe* - J am not wiling that they be chcate&oufe,, ofthe rightful heritage.of.yoHtliTTriideed, I. can hardly ;under:st4,nd;?how^a, high-toned useful man can Jpfejbe^ipep^ ed, fruit of a boy who;has not enjqyed..a^ fair share of 'the.gUdpriyUej^sudue^tp,. youth. . But whUel.^vatch vyith a-yer^ jealous eye all rites aiidxustomj M;lS«ibj en,trencji.,upo.a .the, proper, rights of bbygf0 lanrequallyvapprehensive lest parentB,/ Ayho are not fore-thoughtful,rancl.i3yh(»u ha,ve not habUuatedithefriseJyeftt-^clpsi; observation upon this jsubjecti jfcrmit* their spns. indulgeBcjes, whi.cb. a,r£ taln^t cerUin.tp jesuli;)ji!iheir,den»ralr.i ization, it/pctf in tbejf: tpfgtjjnin^iandl 'among"thfehahibwhichItate:obsiiryedTt .aaitendihgdndsjjsuteljc'lo juin ^ lrinQW. ' o£n6ne rnore^proririnent ;than: Hiatcf pa>ii rehls;permitting thei...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Latest From California. , Arrival of lhesCtarqkee. J The steamship Cherokee, Cnpt. Windie, arrived at New York oh the morn* «ng ot the 20th inst., bringing advices from San Francisco to the 15th ult. The Cherokee brings over 2,000,000 dollars, in gold dust, and nearly 4-00 passengers, " with their pockets full of rocks." ,_v There'were sortie 700 or 800 passeii* seers on the; Isthmus—all the steamers would be^uii;^ :;? The intelligence from California is sad'enpugh. The cholera had been making fearful ravages in the interior. The cholera.had been raging, at Sacramento City.for.six weeks,.previous to thej.14.th lilt. Abojui'SO deaths a day! Four men'were daily employer! in diggingers! ve's,and atnight thirteen corpses' remained uhbufied. The population was 15,000, but now 'tis only 1,500, in consequence of the deaths and the flight ol the; inhabitants. The cholera had ar rived at San Francisco, and «>reat fears were entertained. All business was stagnated. . ¦ -..-The ...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Bounty Land law—Amendment-ISO Instead of 40 or 80 Acres. Judge 5cthejh.a!JD, has recently ,re-Commended that the Land Bounty Act should he amended so. as.to give to each person who was out in the public service.-during-the Indian Wars, or the war ol 1812, one hundredand sixty acres of land. He says that soldiers who vere enlisted ab.oyi the dose of the Mexican War, and who were at Fort Mifflin, when peace.'was proclaimed, received 160 acres, or one hui.dred dollars in pcrip.; Some ofthese recruits were not inservicemore than'-a month, and yet got the 160 acres of land. He'thinks, therefore, and justly, that the grant of 40 acres, {at the Government * stimate ot 25 dollars,) for three Tnonth's service, is entirely too small to be given by the Government to either a soldier, or a soldier's widbw, and where it is* to be divided among minor children, is not worth the-<i-ou62eiand;carfofthe.appiicatioa.. ?< •?* 'The vropositionsofthe Judge is one of ihHpdrtarice tii...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Me; anchoty aiid Fatal Accidest. !¦ We have received a note from Pond Eddy, giving therparticulars of the death of MjvSanfotd Smalling, caused by the accidental discharge of his gun. The circumstances connected with the sad eventj, as nearly, as they could be ascertained, are as follows: Mi. Smalling started on the morning oftho 6th inst., in company with two or th ee comrades, in ..pursuit of a deer that had been seen, in the Delaware, which came out on the Pennsylvania side. While on the Railroad track about half a mile abbve Pond Eddy, the dog started up the mountain. One of Sma] ling's comrades requested him to go u:j and see what course the dog had taker, From'that'timeuntil search was made, nothing was' heard of him. The supposition was that he bad 'travelled toofaf tp return that evening, or that probably he had fallen in with some of his friends andaoiompanied them. After the lapse of several daysj however, twenty-five or thirty men started in search" hf him.; About te...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

:^ iTr^gical.Affair., Our readere.witl recollect that last Maya returned,Californian by the name of Joh json, ofJ^angor, onhis way thither in the Steamboat, left about $5,000 ojf^old pn thewhiifat Belfast, which was foundand ; returned to him. Mr. Johnson was considered a very lucky man, not only in recovering his gold but being s^ble to [bring h' oraiesucka pile considerin!g the shortness ol bis absence.— Last Friday,!tbis fortunate Mr, Johnson was arrested ;byan.;ofSce.r from N. Y. on a requisition from the Governor of California, for the robbery and murder of a man in California, some time last winter or spring. - The most horrible part of the affair is, that two innocent persons were accused as the murderers, convicted;and hung while Johnson was in theT States. Some recent developments, however, carr.e out, connecting him with(the murder, which left no room for doubt, as to hisguilt, and caused his arrest.—Bath Tribun*.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Aboriginal Remains. . A recent flood on the river Dan* in North Carolina, by washing away the embankments, has disclosed numerous skeletons ol human beings, pieces, oi earthen-ware,Indian utensils1&.c, which seem to have been suddenly, buried by some catastrophe, not unlike an avalanche of earth' from an eminence-Some of the skeletons are found in a sitting posture, and are nearly perfect. A variety of curiosities are found in -connection with them. There seems, to fa* qo doubt; that they are the bone? of Indians, traces of whose encamprnents.on the banks of Dap are still visible; bow they came to be buried in the condition found, is a mystery.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

•Tlie tot Spirit. Tlie Boston Post' says:---" A distinguished merchant"of this'cify was written to'yesierday, anil asked if he would allow himself to be nominated as one of the vice-presidents ol the constitutional meeting, to be held at Faneuil Hall, .on Tuesday nest,) His answer was—'For the cause indictated in the call you alluded to, the committe >;rnay use me: in any capacity they think I am fitted,for, from one of the .yiee presidents to, a special constable.' , , .f An eminent,mechanic replies to the committee thus '.-r-' I have only {to say that npfonly my name^ but my life is at, the. service of this cause, at-all times, and in any way.'" - . , A Mother's Heroism:—Tile house of Pete^r Knight, of Bath, Mfe.; was hearlyi destroyed by fire or. wednesdajr evening, and a smill child| sleeping in a room where the fire burst out, was saved bv the intrepidity of its mother, afl»r orie or two attempts to rescue it had been made by others.' the child and its mother wer...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Great Salt lake City •-, Thisjcityj the present abiding, plac6 of; the | Mormons, who emigrated from Council Bluffs, low^in 1847, to California, is laid out in blocks of ten acres each, eight lots to the block, an acre and a quarter in 'each lot; the".streets eight rods wide ; the sidewalks twenty leet wide, and to be beautifully shaded ; the'blocks to be surrounded by a purling brook, issuing from the mountains; every house to be built twenty feet from the front fence. No two"houses front each other; standing in his own dobr, every man may not look into his neighbor's gard»>h. They have four public squares-which are hereafter to be adorned with trees from the four quarters of ihe globe, and supplied with fountains oi Water. On the temple square they intend to have a garden;that will cost at least $100,000 at'the commencement. Their missionaries, have; already made arrangements in the Eastern States, in Great Britain, France, Italy, Denmark, the Germanic States, and in ...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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