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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

, Murder in Lucerne. : ,;r We are informed that a murder, wo*. tfnlmittedmNescppeCk,LuZerne«unty ^ Wednesday last: . A Mr. Hofiman,; f.l! upon, knocked dow*, anj trampled „ death, in the field where, h^a* at v0rk,aMr.1lenry.A««^Mr. Hen. rywastheonly^688 - We have not jeamed the /Oculars. Hoffman is arrested :-^olumhia Democrat. JSirtWtV OF ,tHE TELEGKAPH.--The y«p Or/eons Bulletin states that on ie 10th ult, the telegraph communicated a message from jWashington to New Orleans ahead of time. The message left Washington at - thirty minutes past eleven o'clock, Washington time, and cached New Orleans five minqtes past eleven, New Orleans time, thus travelling about twice as fast as the apparent motion n< the Sun round the earth, or correctly speaking, double the velocity of the earth's motion on its own axis, as the difference of time between the two places is about one hour. Curious,—It is a fact-that the United States have had six Presidentes in little more than nine...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

DIED. At his residence in Wilkes-Barre, on j Monday morning last, Mr. Robert Por- j ter, aged 42 years. 9 ' At the residence of herirother-in-law, Dr. Josiah Jackson, Cherry, Sullivan county, on Monday the 19th inst., Miss Ass Abbott, aged about 70 years. At his residence in Wilkes-Barre township, on Friday, the 23rd inst, at 10 o'- clock P. M., Samuel KmbER, in the 54th i year of his age. At his residence in Hanover, on Friday, the 23rd inst., at 9 o'clock A. M,; George Kocher, in the 82d year of his age.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

Auditor's notice. THE undersigned, having been appointed an Auditor byithe Orphan's Court of Luzerne County, to distribute tv,« assets of ihe estate", of Joshua Keenj deceased, will attend to the duties of bis * ppoiotmenl at the office of A. T. MeCHntoek, Ksq.. in the Bownjh-of Wilkesnarre, on Tuesday, the 15th day of Oeteber obiu at 2 o'clock P. Hn when and whera all persons interested io paid estate, will please attend ant* present their claims. F. C. ROSS, Auditor. Tnnkbanooek, Sept. 2.18:0. Tt /FESS PORK by the bbL, or in quan-JxL tities to suit purchasers, at th^ Telegraph Store. J. H ^ BOGABT.; Turikhannock, Julv 16, 1850. SOLE AGENCY—-Dr. S. P. Townr send's SarsapariUa, wonder and blessing of the age. with Almanacs for 1880, gratis, bv A. H. BOLLES. Tonkhannock, July 23.1850. FRESH Raisins, Figs, and Currents,, for sale at A.C.STARK'S FRESH, Oranges, and Lemons, fur sale at A. G. STARK'S. A LARGE quantity of fresh Nuts, of aUkinds,forEalebyA. G.STARK. SALT—50 Sacks f...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

Professor A. C. Barry's TRTCOPMEOuS OR MEDICATED COMPOUND. FO a restoring, preserving and beautifyfofi[ihe half, eradicating ecorf and dandruff, and curing diseases of the skip, elands a*d muscles, stings* cute, bruises, sprain?, &cn &c . ',-... : The following testimonials, selected from bandre-ls ol others of similar import, wilt serve to show the Value of the preparation, and the estimation in" which i« is h«tld by those" who have given it a trial. Copy of a Letter from William Davis, ! Corner of Hicks and Atlantic streets, Brooklyn. Brooklyn. April 19th, 1849 ; Professor Barry—Sir—I should be de-Scient in gratitude. to you* and in feeling for others who may be similarly afflicted, if luealected to inform you tbat-*ourTricopheroua has entirely removed fiora my face a painful and disgusting eruption.eonststiting of large red pimples, with which I bad been annoyed foi many yeais. A regular application of the fluid according to the directions, for a little better...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

! Md Unitfn there is .Strength!! TVT O sayinir is mote true than the above, IS and the subscriber, being fully im^ pressed with the truth thereof, has united in on* extensive establishment the Drug and Mercantile Business, attbe" »Vyoming County HEAD QU ARTE HS, on the corner of Warren and Tic-«r» streets, nearly opposite Sherman D. Phelps' store, where he will keep constantly on hand a large assortment ol the very test selected fresh DKUGS of all description*, including the most popular patent and tamily Medicines ; and having been in the practice o' medicine for a number ol years, the public can purchase «vith safety any article he may offer for sale. He has also as. foil an assortment-of all binds of - Drv Goods, Groceries, Hardware, "Crockery, Queen's Ware, > Boots, Shoes, &c., &c-j as can be found in any store in Tunkbannock, and is constantly in the receipt of Ne|r Goods'lrnm the cities of New York andl Fbilidelphia. Also, Paints. Oils. Flopr.Sali. I...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

Register's Notice. WHKKEAS.lbe following administrator'a acecunt hv bten filed in the offire of the the Register for the probate ol wills and granting letters of administration, inand for tbe eopnty1 of Wyoming, Y*tz: Tbe final account of Gordon Pike, administrator de bonis nnn nf Gideon Fitch, deceased—filed July 29,1850— ~ This is therefore to gjte notice to all legatees, creditorB and otper persons inleresved. thai the foregoiogj accdnnt will be pre«nted to the Orphan's Court to be held in Tunkbannock on the second day of September next, lor confirmation and allowance agreeable to law. | P. C. BOjSS, Register. Register's Office, Tonkhannock, ) August, 5th, 1859- $

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

Professor A. C. Banj's Tncophetous, OS MEDICATED COMPOUND. I IN FALLIBLE for renewing, invigorating toXHair, Removing Scurf, Dandraff and all affections of the Scalp, and coring eruptions of ihe Skini; diseases of the glands, muscles and integpttenie, and relieving siiogs, cuts, bruises, sprain!", &c. &c. With this preparditon, •* there ia no such word as fail." The first journals in America> medical men of ihe highest emiuence.prbminent citisens of all professions, and ladies who have used it for years in their dressing roonxs and nurseries, admit with one accord, that, fot imparting vigor, gloss, luxuriance and curl to fhe hair, «ariicating scurf and dandruff, beaiinjj wounds, curing contusions* sprains; stings, &e.,and relievio" di&ases of the skin, the glands, and theuiuscles, it has no «qual among the multitude of compounds advertised in the public prints, or used in private practice. In cheapness as well as efficacy, Barry'sT»icopheroir...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

ATTENTION TO THE LETING! Late Arrival of Spring and Summer Goods, Althe mora of H. Mal rk&t>., where thty will be sold at lower prices than .roods were ever known io sell alio ibeee parts before. That this is Truth and no fiction can he verified hv calling at the BRICK EMPORIUM, -— Corner of Bridge and, Tioga streets, which stands st ihe bead of the list, irTcontatatog the most General Stock ever oflered in this market—romprising black, bloe, and btown, French, English and American bIROAD CLOTHS ! Fine Dress Goods for the Ladies, Lawns. /teUines, .UaDacas,Figored,Changeablei French, English and American Print*, French Merinos, CashmireB.Siii; Fringed Thibet Shawls, Gloves, satin, silk and worsted „ VESTLNGS, a great variety ol Silk, Leghorn, and Palm LeW ' HAI>, fot men and boy*, Haw, boots and . hoe.*, al. kinds of UaMware, Iron and Nails, Queen's ware, Groeenef, Codfish and Mackerel, beside- 10,000 oher articles entirely too extensive to itemize, all of w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

NORTH BRANCH FOUNDRY. GEARHART & CO., RE SPECTFULLY announce to the citizens of Wyoming county, that they have purchased the Foundry formerly owned by Cyrus Avery, to the village of Tunkbannock, and that they have newly built and enlarged the Copalc, andothetwise improved us capacity fordoinghaavv or light work, by means of which ihev are fully prepared to execute all orders with which they may be favored lor CASTINGS of any description, size.or weight ; as well, and on as favoraole terms as they can be had in any foundry in the Stale.— They winid iavite particular attention to iheir extensive varieties of . COOKING STOVES, for burning wood or coal—among which may he found the^mpire, tphotcb. and ttobb's celebrated air tight, known to be the only Cooking Stove that will burn wood or coal equally well. The favorable reception they have met with in every place where they have beefl introduced, is a sufficient gnarrantee of their worth — They also manufacture various patter...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

Bedsteads! : Bedsteads!! A Large assortment ot superior quality Bedsteads justjreeeived and for sale at very low prieer, at the Telegraph Store. • JOHN H. HOGARTi, Tunkbannock. July 16. tf?50. OAK and hemlock tanned Sole-Leatber,for sale by H; STARK & CO, i

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

THE THROUGH- : i TEUEGBAPI,! HAVlMi cauipieted ihe Itimjot telegraph through io this placf, the subscriber is now receiving at the Depot, direct from New York, a splendid, cheap, and ex'pn*ivi« stock of - SPRING If SUMMER GOODSi consisting of Ladies' Bress Goods, a loll variety of the most splendid' styles and latest fashions of Light and DarkMlkF). Barages, DeLains, Embroidered Mulls, Linen Ginghams, Prints, &c, &c. Gentlemen's Ware, comprising Cloths, Fancy-and Black Cossimers ^ Summer Stuffs of all kinds-) Silky Satin and Fancy Vesting, Cravats, scarfs, &c, &c. Straw Goods. A full assortment of Ladies' Children's and Misses' Braid, French, China Pearl, arid Rough and: Ready Bonnets r Mlk. Gingham j and Cotton Parasols, of Al colors and qualities. .; Gentlemen's Panama,Les!.hon*,and Palm leaf Hats. ' Boots and Shoes, : . , (of which he would say a word to the public confidentially.) His stqck is direct from the mannfufHciitrer, folly assorted, L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

Orphan's Court Sale of Real Estate.' BY virtus of an order of the Orphan's •Court'pf the county of Wyoming, there will be exposed to public sale in the township of Forksinn, on Saturday, the 13ttr da? of July, a850> at ihe late dwelling house of Casper Henry deceased, on the premises, at one o'clock p. ro.ofsdid day, the following described Real Estate In said township, bounded by lands in the names of James Fatten, John PaitoPjand James .Ward, cohtaiiiiug about fifty acres o! land, about twenty-five acres "thereof improved; Willi a log hou$e,log barn, and small orchard thereon. Conditions and terms mads known on day of sale, and attendance given by JOHN HENRY, Administrator of Casper Henry, dec.'d. By order of the Court—P. M. 0«ierhout, Clerk. ' June. 11,1850.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

GREAT BARGAINS! Private Sale of Valuable Real Estate ririHE subscriber offers for sale the fol-X lowing valuable Real Estate : " 1st. A tract of land containing about 360 acres, about 120 acres under good improvement, well fenced, good buildings, and well watered. There is a variety ol fmil on tbe farm, such as Cherries, Plums, Peaches, Pare?, Graited Apples, &c—There is also about 100 acres of said fact well timbered with White Pine, White Wood. White Ash, etc. 2nd. A tract of Laud, containing 50 acres, about 25 thereof well improred.with a good log house, barn and shed there on. also a variety ot fruit trees. The uniirp^ov ed part of this tract is well timbered, and there is an excellent mill seat on the same. : 3d. A good Saw Mill, just ereeted, and 4 acres of land. 'Ifhe limber on the first described tract is a>°ul ihree-fourihs of a mile from this tnitj, and the umber upon the second described tract adjoins that upon which the miljl s erected. The mill is clo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

The People's Friend. T.T. POND'Sof UTICA,NEW YORK, Fin Destroyer and Healing Extract. —An extract irom the shrub called vv itch Hazel, and purely from that, with the exception of a little Alchohot to preserve it. It will cute all Ic'cal pain and infiammatior, old sore?, fresh wounds and bruises. Piles, and all diseases of tbe bowels ol a cbropic nature, tooth-ache, aod-eat-acbe, female complaints. &c. &<-. It is purely what it professes lo be," tbe People's Friend !" Providence has scattered along ihe rugged paths of tile many things-that contribute greatly to the comfort and happiness of every body ; hence toeir great value, and well may they be i called ' friends ot'the people.' One word here to guard against imposition. A man by the name of Spencer has manufactured and offered for sale a eporions article called the »• Coryll Extract."—that would be extract of the hazel-nut: — the genuine is as white and pure is water, wbt'e Ihe spurious article is color...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

, WILBUR'S Delaware & Hudson Canal Line! ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1850. T [E following Deck Canal Boats will be run iu this Line during the present season, viz: - Rainbow , Rose, Orbit, Samson, New York, Commerce, M J Merchant, Jane Frances, Daniel Webster, Union, R. F. Lord,J. C. Guna, E. Murray, Ceresco Fondulac, John Even, Wisconsin, bad Hawky, Alida, Oregon, Empire, Ulster, Otsegoi Wyoming, A' apanock, Ocean Wave, May Flower? Tunkhannock. Merchandize will be received daily in New Yjork, at Pier foot of Jay street, until 5 i,'clock P. M., after which hour no re ce:pis will be-given or freight taken. AH packages must be properly and distinctly parked, or they will not be. received. AM small parcel*, also Codfish in buodlef, must bo' properly boxed, or they will not be received. Tbisj Line has no connection with ^ny other Line or boats, than those above spe- i cified.! R. M Siohe, is Agenton the dock- j This line will be extended fo Pulsion as ; soon as the Pennsylvania Coal Co...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

CLOTHKG!! A Great variety of Keady MadeUlothing A. of all qualities, for iale, as cheap ss tan be bought at any establishment ib the country, by H. STARK &. CO. P<-c ii, 1819.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

WOOL CARDING AND 1 . CLOTH DRESSING. - THE subscribers, having. fitted up a wool-carding and cloth-dressing establishment ai Flora** old stand on the SUshoppen creek, about 3 1-2 miles from tbe village of Meshoppen. would respectfully inform the public that they are prepared to execute all orders io their line in tbe most satisfactory manner and on the shortest notice. Persons coming fromadi'- tance with loads of wool, can have if carded to take back with them. CLOTHS AND FLANNELS of ail kinds kept constantly on hand, to he exchanged for Wool at reasonable rates. All work entrusted to ns shall be done on the shortest notice and warranted right or no par. WHUETEER & HAL1. May 2S IS30. "wl2

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

NORTHBKANCH IN OPERATION. GREAT excitement among the people on account of ihe Nonh Uranrb being ia full bias'—wuh he M00.G00 already appropriated by the State, and a targe amount by the- subscriber, the " Axirfh Branch" has been fairly got' under way and is now in full operation, and the Public can je suited with the fines', cheapest; and best Goods now in Matket—all kinds and descriptions of Dnr Gaodf, Groceries, &c. (June4.) LUTHER RKAAD. DUGAK, Tea, Colfeei Candles* Siarch, S Indigo. Nuiroeg?, Pepper, Spice, Gra-Ger, Madder, Logwood, Alnm. Salts.Saltpette, Cinnamon, Raisins, Snnfl, Powder and shot, for sale at the NORTH BRANCH. KANDY, Gir, Rom and Whiskey; verV cheap, and good qoaltiy. tor sale at the NORTH BRANCH. LAMP OIL and Linseed Oil. for sate at iho NORTH BRANCH. COPEL VARNISH and SpiritsTurnen-Tine, for sale at the North Branch. CO»F1SH and Mackerei sale at the North, Branch Store. S " AJJfl)ythT~ Bbl. or Sack, for Sale at the North Branch Stoie. f T)EST TOBAC...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

"^"^EVE^: COWLAnf3pv<j Jaundice,'Dyspepsia,Chronic .bf^Nervoas bebUmWmeoftheKjdiieys, and ell disease*wisicj; from:»disordered . Liver of Stomartr, sbcb ia* ConstipatioT), Inward Piles,: Falfoe»s, «H Blood;tO'iffls Head, Acidity of-tbft-Siomnch, Nances, Heari-burn. Oisgu8ttoiFood,FnHi>es8,or weight in the Stomach,Sour .Eroetatiuhs,. Sinking or Flotterinp at th« pit'of tl/e Stomach, Swimming of ibft Head.-hurried and\difficolt Breaihidfr. J/lanerinlr it th« Heart, Choking or Suffoaattng tt-hsation i when in a lying posture. Dimness dl Vis* ' ion» Dots or webs before the Sight, FeVer and doll pain in tbe headj Deficiency of Perspiranon, yellownesnof the Skin and . j Byes, Pain in tbe side, back) cheat, limbs, &c, sudden Flushes of Heal, burning in the Flesh, constant imaginings of evil, and great depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured bv DR> HOOFLAND'S Celebrated German Bitfersj Prepared by ; Dr. C. M. Jacksonj at theGenr.an Metf* kin'e Store*...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 3 September 1850

EXCHANGE! j WHIPPLE & DURHAM, ] RB KP constantly on- hand a large a*- j enrtment .ifj ' ( Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Src, which will be sold low for ready pay. LEWIS WHIPPLE. J I B. F. DUBHAM. Mehoopany, JnlV 16.1850.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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