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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 9 May 1849

' SADDLE AND HARNESS j S2£2a^mmiFaacsa<siiSifs^ THE Subscriber: continues to.cafry on the; Harness and ^addlery Business, formeilv carried on Under the firm of Uuse sell &? &uck,and now by C, A. Buck.iai the tild stand opposite Durham's -store, jivliere he has on hand, indinanufaciurcs to [order. on the shortest notice, ..'••¦". i 11A R NESS-Xeodrse and fine—SAt)- DLESBRJIDLES. TRUNKS, x. VALISES; TRAVEL-\ INdBAGS, $C. | All of which are made of the.hest and most (jumble materials and in as good style as can be found in this section of country. Gash and all kinds of produce taken in "payment. ¦'• , .-{¦ ; JY All special orders promptly allcnthtUo. "¦Beef Hides and Sheep S>tins wanted." , ¦ . . C. A. BUCK. Tunkh.fnnock, April, 1849.—14-3iii. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 9 May 1849

>0rphanV Cotfrt Su e of Rcnl Estate^: BY v'-ttliebfan order of ib» Orphans' Conrt! of the Ciiuhty ot • Wj-pminsr-, thefe will ,bc eiposed to public sale [attbe house of N. C. 'Mnrtit, in the Boroush "of Tunkhannock. .Wyomin-r county', Pa. on Thursday the 15th day of March, next at .1 o'clock P.Mi of that day lhe following'"described real Es'ate, la! e. the Estate; of J. J. Mijlcn, deceased, boinded and described as follows:-:— One piece or parce thereof situate |n the-Townshipof Nicholson, Wyoming County,. Pa,, the same being the oner half of a large tract pf land in the.Warranteename of John - Ely. beginning at a ccjrtieraii a small while' Ash, it being the So'uth'AVest corner, ihencp west-eighty-five and a-half {perches along the lineofAsaal Hortbn to a comer, thence north twfi hundred sind thirty-two perches; to a corner, thence east, eigiy^five and a half perches to a small, beech," being, a corner of lands surveyed to John "Whitehead,, thence.by and with thi> ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 9 May 1849

- sjco'Cb CPn^acQa aoa ©o ..;,;. ;-, ¦'-; >^^;"*>«_J'. [-'\':.',{ BEING now; suppliedwlthajhandsOme . assortment of new and fashionable -miN-rW^FANCV^ yOt TYK, and having some experience in the art ot ¦ lo^ii^.aiaa.^a'co©^'!- the snbscrlberits prepared to; e'xecutemost j : kitds/of common:!. ;? ' 1; iHDiiBil^D'Ji^DM, Haudbills ^ Car<3s, JLabtjIsj ;,.,. |:>, '-;.t «&c;M.&e;3^''--^ • la good Btylej wd on ftuoiiabre Ttsrai [Public piijbpage, resj?ectfoliytsoH(5»tied; ¦: -r !'¦'.-.¦¦ f\ \::-,i C^E^IAtHROPyiV TiJHaHAHkot*, Ja»..1849,. -. •- 'i ¦ *, ;}•'> j Tl it ¦¦! '¦ I'l'iii '"'":" H-aifss<«^liSLor'>';l''i?''''''t'i''y * '¦-¦¦' - mtfvTf!^!7v^^:S w' l H^ beTiad of

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 9 May 1849

;';--'V'.[;"f' AE9tANAGS!:^-::-. 1 Afsfl TOWNSEND'S Alihanaea, -JA/Uv' just received for gratuitous , distribution, alsO. .'.,'-.,...[- ;.':.].".-- ¦ ¦"¦"'¦''. Qf\fkZBQXTL$S Di^TpwNSEaB.'ii-*£aJ\J Compound. Syrup of Sarsapa- - rilla,rorsaleby •, A. DURHAM.; "J ¦ - - ', . ¦*'-' ¦¦' i:-;; .-':-->\-, .-r,-if 'Vi!.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 9 May 1849

;i'(^llaiA^ ' -¦ -{-'.'- W^IjBXS-BARnE, FA. DAVID i^EYER, worild respectfullr inform th[fe citizens of Wybm icg co. . that he has jusb opened at hfs,Store,on Main -trecr, thir-f dtkir below StrtaUr a>i Leas ': i-tore.'VVilkes-Barre, a large and splendid, assortment ot ' ; ,¦ • ¦-'-- . ¦;•''-' . -¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 9 May 1849

:;¦'B2A10Y W&m.etL©1?MDR| '©8';' . Consistin-" of r 1 [ * , Our Coals, sltck Ooai»n Prtek an* foil*,) [ fCoatsvCtqfh Ctoti&s, t^fiildojs^ ^/ "r- '[-' "._.';''" jTcstSj '"ic.,.- 4cv.; ';''"., ;'[]v'; -v Together With a splendid stock of : Cravats, fthirts, Bosoms nnil { :. ii.; ^Collarsy, ffajidkercfiief& f I Siispendersj^.<£(?.:[ Wh ch he wi)l sell at Wholesale or Retail, ' at prices which defy competition? ! ."[ O* Citizens of Wyoming county, visiting Wilkeshaire, art invited to call: WtilkcsrBarre, Jan. 3,1849;-^l-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

BY HENRY WARP BUECIIEH /.''"'¦' Xiectares to SVronff Bloat | ON POPULAU AMUSEMENTS Itrjojcc, O young mani in lhy yooih, and let thy- liiiart'cticer'tnCE ill the days of thy vomh, Htiiivvailf- in,iljc: ways of thiue heart, and in trie fight uf jih'ine eyes • bin know thua, thiri-ior alltliese things;Gvi will t>ring ihee into judgment. Eccl. £i.9. L am to venture- the delicate task of reprehension, always unwelcome, but peculiarly offensive upon topics of public amusement. I am anxious, in the beginning. to put myself ..right with the young. Jf I satisfy myself. Chilian inun, and. it« sobt rjr^mmunity, and do not satisfy l/mm, my succjess will be like n physician's, whose prescriptions please himself, nnd the relations^ and do good to everybody except -the <j>atkut,—he dies. '" ,, S Allow me, first of nil, to satisfy, you that I am not meddling with matters which do not concern me- This is the impression which the paljrons and partners of crimiual amusemen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

'Easy Joe' Brace- BY H. HAST^OS WEtD. i ¦-Whew-ew'-ew .'"Whistled Mr, Joseph Bruce, or perhaps we should rather. say Joe Bruce, for, ns he was a nice, easy fellow, nobody thought ofallowing him more than half his name, oroiany thing else that belbngedio him—"I see by the paper that Hawk & Harpy have assigord. I meant to have secured my debt yesterday!" He left his coffee h,ilfd''K!ik.~tu:n'ulrd over theihrtsholJ and went »hii<rst nt.n run to '.hecounting jior.in ofliawk &. Harpy.. One half ih.ii speed oo Uie day before would have s.'ivid lus it-la—--is i! was, he was just jii ." -er-nsto put his inline ot the bottom d:i-dozen and a half preferred onesj' to leceive ten per cent He went back to his unfinished breakfast • with what appeiitt- he'might -Why did you neglect this se long, Mr, Bruce ?" said his helpmcu and comforter. ¦ '•1 meant to have attended to it yesterday, my dear." " 7ou ineant! That is slwaysyour way Mr. Bruce. You carelessly neglect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

¦ gHC- l. . . ' .—. ^rr^^-rr'*' "too Prater's Hour of Peace* :i Know ye the Printer's hour ofpeace! . ?. Know ye an jbotir more fraught|with joy 1 Than ever felt ihemaid of Greece, Whenklss'dbV,Venus*am'rou|sboyt .; '- ¦ :•-- . -' i -r 'TIs not when 'round the mazy cIise,. •" .His nimble lir-.gers^kiss the,tt?bj. j s Nor is it when, with lengthened face, . The sturdy devil's Tin. he gripes. ? ?Tisiiot,wh' en news of dreadful note ;j. His columns all with minion nil; \ •,'Xisnot when Brother printers qijotei, i Th'effusions of his stump-worh qilill. i , . .' i' ,1- i ' , jlTis not when in Miss Fakcy"*. gjass I Long Advbhtisements taeet rjis eye, - , And seem to whisper as they pass, j[ ',?' We'll grace, your columns by and by." No—reader no—the Printer's hour, His hour of real sweet repose-Is not when by some magic power , His list of patron'sdaily growa. Brit,' oh'! 'tis when'the weather's clear, , -. Or clad in bailor rain, or^ vapor,<! He hears iiraccents soft and dea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

Fidelity in Polit icg. -' Fidelity is.one of the highest virtufes, one without which all others may be wrought into vices; and without fidelity, parties, however sacred their purpose, cannot fail to become objects of contempt or pity. We do not, of course, mean to say that any man, [convinced that the party to which he has adhered is ..unworthy his confidence, shout Jstifle the promptings of a patrioticconscience and still sustain it; but we. d<^ assert that when a party rivals theijnoon that monthly changes ; when it j proves capricious as a spoiled woman.iand knows no consistency noir firmness lin the allegiance to which it is pledged, forsaking periodically, and with the unchangeful love of change, its principles, jits purpose, its character and even its-jname, it can not win, save by accident, the popular confidence even for a time, and cannot, unher any circumstances', <. retain ;it, The history of all our politicalfast has proved this and has established ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

Condemning Their Own Acts. .i The practice of the- liocofoco party I hasalwaysbeeh.to^aljow none but those of their own kidney to hold office, jjb sooneir was any of even ihefr.own party suspected of want if blind fidelity to the Sanhedrim than he was a doomed man. '. Witness th& removals of Mr. Peacock, late Postmasterot Harrisburg; also Dr. Holmes, late Superintendent ot the State railroad; Mr. Cummins, late Collector at Philadelphia; Mr. Innis, late Collector at Easion, and many other J excellent officers on the public works'whose .'-heads have been struck of! byiihepoliticol guillotine" recntly fa because they were not the personal - vorites or political admirers of the Locofoco members of the Board of Canal Commissioners. Yet the same\men, and the same party that .apply the political "guillotine" without mercy, not only to the Whigs wherever they be found in office, but to their own politic cat friends, whenever they dare to think for themselevs; are loud in the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

-Remedy for Cholera. ; The British Ambassador at Vienna, Lord Ponsonby, in a letter to bis brother, the Bishop of Derry. states, that to his knowledge, dissolved camphor proved to be ace .tain cure for cholera, both at Paris and in Germany ; and if taken in lime.ihecure is generally effected before it is possible to procure a physician—that is, in less than an hour! In confirmation of this, J. T.. Duncan, Esq. utt eininem medical authority at Edinburg, states that he found Sir James Murray's] F'uM Camphor by far the most effectu a'l preparation. A wine glass full every five minutes produced warm perspiration, nnd a manifest decrease of-sickness and of cramps, with a lapid revival of spirits apd circulation-As1 a preventive, he has supplied this fluid extensively to the poor, and with marked advantages in restoring and preserving good digestion and nervous energy, essential guards against the cnplera. I Wo may add, that* "Camphorated fetnulsion" vyos used as an ordinary taned...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

g^M^jfe ; C. Ef.:'iATHROP/EDITOIt; ^t^c6bft^jffltcjj!jgr^ The Wbios slaml where Uie ncpiiblkans of 1/SS 8t«Ml,8nil wlKTCthe Whirs ortheTteVolutionwerB, tauline for Libkrtt, for the Peopib, fijr J«ee Institutions; acainst Power, against CpRBCPiioH, against Eieodtive EncRoichusnts, asainst Mo.M Aiionit.—Htnry Clay. . \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

Temperance Men llnlly. The citizens of Tunkhannock and vicinnity in favor of putting thejTemperance Ball in motion, are requested to meet nt the ofiice-of Ira Avery, Esq, tomorrow evening (Thursday 14th 4nst.) to take into consideration the propriety of holding a County Temperance meet in", on the coming Fourth ofjJulv.' MANY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

Summer Besorl. j At this season of the year, and especially during the prevalence of the Cholera, many of the inhabitants of the cities ore seeking places to spend the season of hot summer. Withobt intending to say anything against the merits of any other country town, we believe that our* place presents attractions that, properly appreciated, would . induce those coming into the country!to make it their summer residence. S mated on high ground, on a most.beautiful river, the climate salubrious, and surrounded by the most romantic and -attractive sCenery;- possessing withal abundance of game for the sportsman, our! borough boldsout great inducements tojsuch persons to moke it a resort. Tj'hete are two large Hotels here, where everything calculated to render a stay in the place delightful, would be contributed ly the obliging and attentive landlords.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

I'donlar Araustmculs. We have commenced on oiir outside, the publication of a lecture to young men on popular amusements, written by Henry Wabd Beeciier. Thesubject being of great interest to young men who are coming into active life, and tbe author'sstyle forciblennd impressive,on attentive perusal of the Lecture, arid a regard for the truths it inculcates, we are sure, willlbe of much service not only to those for whom it is addressed, but to all.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

Sons of Temperance. ' We learn that a Division of Sens ot Temperance, was instituted a few days since in Factoryville in this county, by Deputy G. W. P. Mallery of Wilkes-Barre. j They seem to have commenced under very favorable auspices, as ihe officers and members of the Division, are men of high standing and respectability. We wish them success in their labqr of benevolence; ' ! fr^T&e New York Commercial Advertiser, says it received lately on annual call from a subscriber who has taken the paper for forty-two, years and who has never allowed his subscription to be over due for two months.—That paper also states that this gentleman is upwards of SOyears of age, reads without spectacles, and is hale and hearty, with every prospect of continuing so for many years. A cotemporary in noticing the fact remarks that he hae lived to; a good old age, and is hale,hearty, because he has a conscience of ease, end is regularin his habits,| which is evident from the fact that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

DARING ROBBERY On Monday night last a during robbery was perpetrated in this Borough. About 10 o'clock in the evening, on out building in the rear of Stark's brick block was set fire to, and during the alarm which was occasioned, some person entered the house of Mr. 0. Henniger, and abstracted therefrom 6270 in money. We learn that no trace has been discovered of the robber. Lucky.—The GrantilleTelcgraph. speaking of '-the devastating conflagrations which have recently occurred;" says: "The Washington County Mutual Insurance Company [consisting' ot upwards,of 50,000 membersj has not sustained one loss, while other Mutual Companies have been severely touched. This speaks volume^ajid tells powerfully in favor of the new system—of Farmers injuring in this Company." It will be seen by reference to our adi vertisiog columns, that the above Company have an agent in this County. Horrible Murders in Philadelphia.—The Pennsylvanian says: "Mr. Lewis is busily engaged in cutting of! ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

COUNTERFEITS. - l's, Bank at-Akm Brunswick -Vignette, railroad and train of curs; on the right margin, a child with wirigis on n lion in a crouching posture, with figure "I" tibove, and the word-''ONE" below. At the bottom of: the bill is u small cut of a dog watching the key of a safe standing by'- On the left is a steamboat, above which are th« words "STATE OF" in two tines, (the word "oi" very clo?e below the word 'State.-') and below, the" words "NEW JERSEY." There is no engraver's panic attached to the Bills, which are of various dates. They ore entirely different from the genuine cotes on the Bankiat New Brunswick, the vignette of which consists of the coat of arms of the State of New Jersey, nnd margin altogether different from the spurious.issue. In the genuine notes, the words "will pay on demand to" (here a niinie is inserted in writing) occur, While in the counterfeit it reads—^promises>to pay to the Bearer on demand." H3=There are also One Dollar Notes on th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 13 June 1849

Tom Corwin nud Geo. Lippard. The Washington Union has recently published a letter from a person in Philadelphia, who calls himself George Lippard. The following anecdote, which is found going the rounds of the press, will show what manner ofiuuti he They say ot Washington that Corwin's levee is always as well attended as any in the city, and that strangers coming thither always call on him as one of the '-lions." Among others, Lippard, the writer of raw bead md bloody-bones stories, and who conducted a kind of piratical sheet during the Presidential campaign, in which he abused Corwin without stint, called upon him a month or two since, opd introduced himself with the easy anil confident air of a patron. Said Lippard,' smiling, ••Gov.-Corwin, my nnn'e is Lippard, George Lippard, ol Philadelphia, whom you have proably heard of,—veiy glad to make your acquaintance, sir. 1 blackguarded you a good dial lust >'«ir., Corwin. (With ono of his^peculiar looks.) "Ah .! Well, Mf...

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