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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

CAUTKWrt EX'R'KA. *. man by the numo nV ItllKLCI.APP has crnrageil . .fill a ynari|rrniil> of (he nnine ofTS, f>. 'finyr/joad, anil' Uses his nruno tn jiiii'i'u. a Suraaparllla. which they cull Ilr. Tnwn*emJ*sr.firHaparillii. ilonnntlnatiiigll CENUI»iB,.Orjginnl,etc.TbisTuwiueodIi oodnctor and never was,- hut 'Wnj tohnoflrrr'wrnrKer nn rail roads, canals, and the-hire. Yet ho a, jniDi. -j ihe uile of Dr. Tor the purposes, j.-ilninc creilii fur "what he is nnL He is alsit sending nut cut lis hended. '• Tricks ol Quacks." in \£hieli he ^ says. 1 have sold the use o, inr name fur S7 a week, t will cive S. P. Tnivnien 8500 if he nrtll produce one single, sulluiry proof this. This is In «tuiinn the public not to lie deceive - and pnrchsse none hut Ihe GENUINE, ORIGINAL OLD Dr. Jacob Townserid's Sarjapaiills, having on 1| Ihe Old Dr's likeness, hit family coal of arms, and Ms signature across the coat of arm?. JACOI! TOWNSEND, erinctfttl Office, 103 MtiMuu-tt., JVcvyYoTk C...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

NEW^ADDW&HAHWBg^ . ,'. MAfoTFACTPBYJ;.-' , ±t£ Tneaubseriherworiid ^^==*^^. resPe?'IU,,J notify the . g^^^^§|l'() ul)''c that he hag com. [ WS^^^^^h' e Saddle &'Harness 'ij|«tpal|^;lf|fl busineas. in the,borough ffc&glf tWr^PiiSlr °f'lunkhanndck, in H. Ir^^ JL- Xtark's Urirk Block, on ..-.. M- Sri<l0e9ireet, two doors abovi H. Stark & Co 's Store,, where he intends to beep on band and manufacture to order, : '-' ' ¦ ' Saddles, Brldlef, Uarness, »r.ink8, Fa-Hces, nailers. Carpet Bags, and every arlieleconnecteri-vfiih-the husines?. By strict attention to business and promptness in fu/fillinrr all e'hgarrprnpnff he hopes to meet with a liberal" share o public paltonage.i ^ All kinds of produce taken in exchange for work—Cash not refused.. _. Lt mr:v: beebk. iBnkhannocIt.Oct. 30, 1849.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

DoctQr Yourself for 25 Cents. ®B y means ot the pock-.ejESCUL.APirjS.or Kvety one his own Ph-yRician ! Twentyfourth ertition. with upwards of a hundred enrrravinfrf, showing private diseases of every shape and form, and inallormntiohs ol Ttre-g«nf.rativp system, by Wi?. YouKft, M.U. The time has now arrived, that persons suflering from secret disease, need no more to become the victim of quackery.as by the prescription contained in this bor.k toy one may cure himself wiihout hindrance to business, or tho knowledge ol the most intimate friend, and with onetenth the usual expense. 1n 'addition to ihe general routine of private diseases, it fully explains the cai'se of manhood's early,decline, Willi observations oo marriaoe — Sesi.tes many other derangements which it would not be proper lo enumerate in the pubjid prints. Any person sentingTwen'y-Five cents enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of this book, by m*jl, or five copies will be spnt'lor one dollar. Ar.Hress DK. \V....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

MAMMOTH CLOTHING EMPORIUM! ! CLOTHING At tbe New Clothing and Gentlemen' Furnishing & Outfitting Establishment TUNKHANNOCK, PA. EOHNS & MAYER, ON Uridoe st., one door brlow Messrs Head £i Bard well's .Store, have the pleasure of .nvitinu; Ihe public in general and ih"Se who want Good and Cheap Ulnthinp; in particular, to call at their store and examine Ihe largest and most splendid stock of the BEST G»035S ever imported into this section of country such as Coats, Pantaloons, and Vests ; — Shirts.' Collars, Suspender.-, Gloves, anil every article of Men's, Youth and Chi!- WEARING APPAREL. Their articles ar well made and the work is warranted. All kinds of Clothing made to order on short nonce. They have also on-hand a good stock ol Boots & Shoes. Being deieniiiiieil to sell goods as low as they can be bought at any other establishment in the Union,-we feel assured that we can suit all lho«e who may^favorus witli a call. KOHNS & MAYER. Oct. 30,.1849...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

THE - Wyoming co. Mutual Insurance Cora., INsOKPuRAIEl) by Acjof Pet.n.l.egisUiiir«, approved April 26, 1850., |s now ready to r ceive applications lor Insurance, on the Mutual principle, on most kinds of property "ex posed to destruction hy fire. All who insure in this Company will share equally, in ^ roporlion to the amount insured, in the profits and losses ; and each will have a vote rn the election of officers and a voice in the direction of its operations. The following are the Directors and Of. ficers for ihe ensuing year:'- DIRECTORS... .John Bunnell, Bradley Walseman, Jar bez Jenkins, Sherman D.' Phelps,- Stephen Capwell, A. K. Peckham, Henry Robers, Andrew Gordinier, Asa S. Dana, R. R. Little, Thos. Osterhout, Alfred Hine, John Fassett. OFFICERS. S. t). Phelps, President. Miitpn Dana, Secretary. f -, R. R. Little, Vice President. John Bunnell, Treasurer, S. H. Taylor, General Agent. Not molt K*n $2,000 taken in one risk, and no Slear.i or other extra-hazardous property...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

Fair!_; Warning! ALL persons indebted to A. Durhaitl or to A. Durham & Son, are hereby notified that .payment.inosi be made ijninedijitely, uhdihat all accounts' hoi settled before ihe 15th day of September will be col« lecied by law. Payment-may be made to Milton Dana', Et>q.,- Tunkhannock,' or to the subscriber at Mehoopany. IhAoi?. 6. 1850. B. K. DURHAM. ' B edsteada ! Bedsteads !! A Large,assortment of superi.ir quality Bedsteads just received ,aml for sale at very low pricefs ar che/1'elegraph Stote. "iOHN H. HOGART. Tunkhannock July 16, 1880.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

p^m^mw^r 'T^%^5>^H&irSm.i. b theto! *Th>re u«>¦*¥ T^c°»P«e m, that «/,&'?**or w< oa»l nlfice^^^Tr jmerit o1,b ^ lberS ^',h * °« Cheap, iw, and 8ea,onable €o8fc .r;x::ety,ha,can ^f-'»i"'»cl Cloths,Cassimers,Stilinetts,h^nerieen r Kentucky Jeans, Flannels,' all kinds of Calicos, Domesiics. Fren, Mennoes, Dunord>..Rei|mania, Cloihs , all colors, and gala Plaid, Gimps and tJ «ets, Hats„ Caps, Boots, Shoes, Iron, Steel, flfaHs an* Sail b,^ «.°ff ee8, o Te A8' Sn«^i Molasses, DJ l ff t'C ?f Fish, Baskek &c. &c. a|] which will besoldatvey low prices J Cash or any kindlof Barter. THOS. OSTERHOUT & CO Oct. 30, 1849. ""

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOTJSE, Established "50 Years ago, by ' UK. KlAKfcXfl.V, N. W. Corner of Third and Union Sis. between Spruce and Pine streets, PHILADELPHIA. EMFTE*. , V KAKS of extensive an JL uninterrupted practice-spent in. thi city have inndered Dr. K.the most expe, and successfu practiiioner far and near.i 'be treatment of all diseases o» a prival nature. Persons afflicted with Ulcers o the body, throat or legs, pains in the hej tir bones, mercureal rheoa,atisjji, bhic lures, gravel, disease arising from youth fuI excesses vr impurities of the blood jAlHreby the consnmtioo has beeome en feebled, are all Heated wiih sucet-ss. He who places Inmsell under ihe car. ot Or. K., may relidiuusly confide in hi honor as a gentleman, and cenfidently :, ly upon his skill Hs-a physician. Take Particular J\/ohce,' Young men who have injured them selvas hy a certain practice indulged ini habit frequently learned from evil com pamons or at school—the effects of whicl are nightly felt, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

WONDER & BLESSING of the AGE i ' THE Wyoming fcounty. Agency for the sale of this valuable and popular arlile. has passed into the hands of Mes'srf¦ BOLLES &GUODALB. Wiiha supply of 350 BOTTLES! The great merit ot this well-known Spring ar.d Surnriier Kemedy issoch tem insure ii an extensive sale. Persons ino tending to use it as an alterative, will dwell to co.tim'ence tarly. and-perse»eie until its ffficacj1 in their paiticular cases shall befaiily tested. "Saved,her Ltfe!" So says Mrs. Thomas Osterhout, of ooi^ village* who was-sinking under a general^; debility. '.*.',,'' % Cured Sick Head-Ache !¦! ^ | and otherwise greatly alleviated distress S and sulTering. as cert.hewn.the case of j Mrs. Alfred. Mine; , ^ v' Dispepgia Cured J 4 by relief broBghtto.a.oase of water brash, in a slomaclrdise.a^edjarjd greatly debilitated. The subscriber can certify -to this. HimseUJstie/'suflBtfiP.for.yeais—i» greatly-fcenefiitted—healtUvtestoieaVf j H» iheiefore.iecomrnends,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 31 December 1850

'Caution. *fj WHEREA triy-wile' Oharl^- m jl left my bed and 'board wiihoui any a lust cause or provocation, this is tn« M to notify air persons not to V"*""!.:,,,,* my account, as 1 will pay n» <Jeb\» °Lh"H contracting. STEPHEN AtLEN- Korkstop, IVhy 18,1850. ___jj /CRADLES, Rakes and Scythestoal'H [j cheap, by H. STARK & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

BUSINESS DIRECTORY E. B. & S. B. CHASE, Attorney's at Law, Montrose, Pa Office over Tyler's Store. . Eifli CHASE;;:.;; I S. B. CHASE. MEHOOPANY HOTEL.-^Melooptiny, Wyoming Co., Pa. Allen; Lorr, Proprietor. . WM. L. BEEBE, Saddle, Harness and.Trunk Manufacturer. Shop, first door above H. Stark's brick Store, on Bridge st., Tunkhannock, Pa. LACKAWANNA HOTEL, DjndafFStreet, Carbondale, Luzerne Co., Pa. -, John Gore, Proprietor.- MARTIN'S HOTEL, Tunkhannockj Pa.—N. C. Martin, Proprietor-' A11 the stages arrive at and depart from this house daiiy.- DR. 3. v. smith; fsrsipus. & Surgeon,—May be found at Martin's Hotel, Thunkhannock, Pa %&&f8. WINCHESTER , a¥tSr.vet at Law,. Tunkhannock, Pa O.Tice in Stark's Brick Row. FRANKLIN q. ROSS, ArroasEY at Law,—Office with El banan Smith, Tunkhannock, Pa. * D. L, PECKHAM, Attorney at Law—Tunkhannock,Wyomih<rr Co., Pa.— Ofice Iwith A. K. Peckham,Esq., in Phelps' brick Block A. K. PECKHAM, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

!; For. the Democrat. \.,''. Lines to niy Sister. Awatc,m.v:|tarp',awakclhj swrfiest riraln; , UriwiliuwhVaucliesliakiiimi sllimbt-roU .onj;;' • litvake, and cheer'liij lonely Ix-art main, i Arid soothe me wHh.fiiy »5ft ami plainijvesong. Tothcc, niysUicr, wuiihl I luac »<y lay, Tho' from ipy side thou now an far away. I vainly tlrean.ed lhai'{h"U wonldsl linger noar, [ Nur from thy home iwoujd ever.wish to stray—Thai in the happy croi',1 tijy voice I'd hear, . When mingling wilh'thegnyist ol ihegoyj UQI thou art pnuc t;nt] I ai(i lonely now. And grief has twi.ied arounil my pensne brow. Yes. thou art t;one, tnyj 8i«ter, and my only, ; That lingers now beetle l!n- parent tree—Wl.v clirNlihou ii.iikc rtiisffldilcnnlhearitliuslonelvJ llu: why n-pin'- ? " What i* !u he uii! b*-:" ; \ji i tiiod an happy; atUuiky ctvtf J<>? Trial Heaven Jive ¦, be iliine, without alloy. Thy life hatf been all sunshine—s mer flowers Armind thy pathiv.iy have been ever twining ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

Huw Wars Arise. In the time of Nijpoleon, the Dey of Tiinis had a favorite female slave, for whom he ordered, df an Algetine Jew, ai cosily and; magnificent head-dress.— The.Jew, unable to get it manufactured in the country, wrote to Paris. The hf-ad-dress was made at an expense of twelve thousand fiancs; and the n odest Israelile Charged for it thirty thousand to the Dey. The latter was too jnlich pleased with the hauble to dt'mur at the price; but not having cash, he paid with corn. TheVe chanced just then, to be a scarcity in Fnince ; the Jew sold his grain to the army contractors, and managed so well that he became a creditor i-f the French ;Gover;.nient for up wards of a million of francs. Napoleon feP.: the Bourbons; declined to pay.— .Ihe ^ Jew interested the Dey of Algiers in his cause,and remonstrances were addressed to the French Government.— Tlje affair dragged on for y»'ars> there was appeal and neglect, application and refusal, remonstrance, disregard, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

;i Fidelity. 15 Never forsake a friend. When enemies, gather round-j-when sickness falls op the heart.—when the world js dark si^id cheerless—is the time to try true friendship. The Heart (hat has been touched will redouble its efforts, when the friend is sad or in trouble. Adversity-tries' true friendship1." Ti ey whotiirn from the scenie of distress betray their hypocrisy,and prove that in'erest only moves thenu i If yen have a friend who loves you—who has studied your interest and happiness, be sure you sustain him in adversity. Let him feel that his former kinjinesg is appreciated, tliat his love was t|ot thrown away.— Rieal fidelity may be rare, but exists in the'heart. Who Has not seen and felt its power? -They'only deny its worth and power who ha^e never either !o\ert a friend or- laoored|to make him happy. The good and kind; the affectionate and virtuous, see and ftel the heavenly principle. They woufd sacrifice wealth and happiness to promote the happiness of others...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

The Volunteer Counsel INCIDENT IN THE LIFE OF JOtlNJ.TAYLOn We copy the following from.the Sunday Times. The subject of it,. John Taylor, was licensed when a youth ol twenty-one Jo practice at.the bar in this citv. He was pom, but well educated, and possessed extraordinary genius. The graces ol his person, combined with the superiority of his intellect, enabled him to win the hand of a fashionable beauty. Twelve months afterwards the husband was employed by a wealthy firm of the cily to go on a mission as hand age't !< the West. As a heavy salary was offered, Taylor bade Tan-well (o bis wife und inUnt son. Hewiote back even we k, but received not a- line in turn. Six months elapsed, when the husband received a (etier from his employers (hat explained all. Shortly after hisde parture fir the West, the wife and her fattier removed to TWisMssipi. Theie slu fmnndiately obtained a divorce by an act of legislature, married nsain fodhwiih, at.d, to complete the climax ol cri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

Shori. Pdicnt Se nion.. •'• -' " . BYDOIVjJR. Text.— r 3 "" Let those who will repine at fafej -And droop their heads with sorrow r I laugh when cares upon me wail—-. . I know they'll leave to»morrow. . Sly purse is light, but wh'a't,of thatT"."".' My heart is light to match'it; And, if I tear my ojily coat, < : Tlaugh the while Lpatch it. ; v. ;•: My Hearers—What is the use of being sad? closing the window shutters .of the;/ soul's tenement against the sunlight of , joy—especially \Vhen the world without is so bright and cheerful 1 look i.ul on - thesmilitigcreatioh and partake of that'--spicit of gladr.ess which was intended to». pervade all of Nature's works. Even though you anticipate troubles at-hSnd,;. sing and be merry, like tree-toads before a thunder storm; and their visits* will scarcely be' heeded. Murmuring" " never, healed a wound nor rased a pain,, except when one frets himself to death. Contrive to keep cares out of the boscm. When a few of these annoying...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

Indiislry jXewardtd—A True Slory. An intelligent gentleman ol fortune visited a country village in Maine, not very far from Bangor, and was-hospitab'ly entertained and lodged by a gentleman having three daughters—two'of whom in rich dresses entertained the distinguished stranger in the parlor * while one kept herself in the kitchen, assisting her mother in preparing the food and setting the table for tea,-arid after supper, in doing the work till it was "fully completed; when she also joined her sisters in ihe parlor for the remainder of the evening.' The next morning the same daughter was again early in the kitchen, while the other ' two were in the parlor. The gentleman, like Franklin, possessed, a discriminating mind—was a close observer oi', the habits of the young ladies—watched an opportunity and whispered something in the ear ol the industrious one,-and then left for a time, but revisited Ihe same family, and in-ab'oul one year, the? young lady of the kitchen,(Was con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

IHE DEHIOCRAT ^T0.BUI$p.EyEay.TUESDA.y;pVESlNO,;>|T 'Tunkhannock, Pa., . \ .....„.;v;T£RMS. , . ..;.i -I ; §i 50, m advance, §2 00 at the ejfr Ration of'six rrionths,,or.§2 50 if not Li ultil after the; close of the year, j j ^"Discontinuances optional with tfye jyiitor where arrearages are not'paid. j i -rj"Advertisements conspicuously in-(frted at the.usual rates. ., trj" Job Work executed in tljie neatest'-manner on' short notice and on reasonable terms. . • ; "ItF^Letters pertaining to the business of the office must be post paid. ,.;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

ri^U^^^^^^g DEf(>rT|fT S. S. WINCHESTER, EMT0U. 'rnnkhp.nncck,Tucs..Marcli 18,1851 I ,M'' ¦ II I '!.""." . ¦ ^^¦¦ ii ' ,il Vll'l.'. " , FOE. GOVERNOR, , WILLIAM 3IGLES| Of Clearfield County.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

Worth Branch Canal. s. We arc in the receipt of letter? from our able Senator and Kepresonfativp, in reference to an appropriation to the North' Branch Canal. Mr. Sanderson assures us-that there will be an appropriation of at Wst §303,000. induing tV ballance of foriner appropriation1?—and hestates-thal the friends of the canal hope to raise it to §4-50,000. This L, -, good news to the friends of this great! improvement. Mr. Mowry is sanguine of getting .a large appropriation.. There is one thing, that so far as these gentlemen are concerned, no efforts will be spared to secure the- result so much desired.

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