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

Fire and Loss of Property.' The large stable of Mr. Dull, at Dam No. 3, a few miles above this place, was entirely consumed on last Sunday morning about three o'clock, together with six elegant horses, harness for ten horses, a large quantity of oats, hay, chop, &c.,^-Foss between §S00 and §1,000'. There is no doubt of this being the work of incendiaries. No discoveries have as yet been made as to who, were the , perpetrators of this most fiendish an diabolical act'. There is and hat been ever since the commencement of the work, a desperate set of fellows about the-" big patch," as it -is called, who have: kept up'a constant disturbance which has beenof great damage and inconvenience to Sno'dgrass, Dull, arid other contractors in that neighborhood. We are informed that there is rioting and carousing everv night, disturbing the well disposed and preventing them from the enjoyment of their necessar\' rest. We understand the Shetiff paid them a visit in his official cap...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

cental Sureery. Our readers will see by his card in another column, that their old fr.iepd Dr. Grandin, has arrived in town ahd taken rooms at .Mersereau's American House, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in Dental Surgery. The Dr.'s well known skill and scientific •acquirements need no recommendation from us. Many -of our citizens have had the opporlunity of testing his, superior abilities in Dental Surgery. We can therefore with confidence commend iim to all who need his services. "'< U_F*'Tne sentiment of the Vvnig party in Pennsylvania seems to be strosjj tor 'G'.-ri. Scott for the Presidency. Wtj would suggest lo the editor of the Whij in this place to be careful how he breaks ground in the matter, as Mr. Fillmore is also an aspirant for the nomination^ and he may remove the editor from the Post-office; so beware, friend Lathrop Would it not' be best for - you to come out for Fillmore and takedown the aboliiioa caricatures in the Post-office. - it?"...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

S. of T TJiejBohs of Temperance l.lurned out in Tul! regaliaim-Thursday evening last tojistea .to the.address of R, JR. Little, Esq. They made a fine appearance. Mi. Little acquitted himself with credit,—oile and all expressed themselves bigbly] pleased with his truly eloquent remarks, bold and pointed,yet free from personal attack and billingsgate slang. After Mr. Little concluded, Hon. John Bnsbin was called upon to address the assemblage which he did in his usual forcible manner. - Messrs. Piatt and Pecjiham also made speeches. We are sorry that anything occurred to mar the harmony ol the occasion and retard the di ogress of the good cause,'and we regret to be ccmpelled to say that a por tion of the remarks we listened to were characterised by the lowest scurrility and abuse. The vilest invective that i-on-.d pjssibly be gathered from the deepest recesses of a heart black as night, and steeped in gall and wormwood were hurled forth in ; every direction. This may be the be...

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

Correspondence of the Dtmocrat ' Mr.. 'WiNciresTEit:—I did. not think of again"appearing in your columns/but Hie meeting of the " Sons: of Temperance" and citizens, at the*'Methodist CbUrch to hear an address from It. It. Little, Esq., has made it necessary in order that that event may be chronicled for the benefit of future generations. Upon the whole it was a ve:y creditable affair. The audience was large, and the "Sons" made quite an imposing appearance. The address of Mr. Little was very good and listened to with <rreat attention and manifest satisfaction j by the audience. His treme was duly, ; and he portrayed in strong colors'the I duty Ihe citizen ones lo himself and so-! ciety to abstain from all that intoxicates. ! His positions in genera! were well laid [and ably maintained. Mr. Little Is a strong and eloquent speaker, his appearance is bold and manly ; and if, rejoiced rrie to see him in the position he there ! occupied, and my sincere wish is that be mav ...

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

Peim'a Legislature Mr. B. nedict, petitions from 85 citizens of Luzerne county, in favor of such change in the license law that no license may be granted for a less sum than 550 ; also, fro.m citizens of Wyoming county, in favor of a change in the law licensing beer shops. Mr. Mowry, petition of citizens of Clinton township, Wyoming coui.ly, for a change in the place oi holding elections ; also, petition of citizens ol Wyoming county, for the incorporation of the Wyoming Plank Road coir (any; also, remonstrance of citizens of Sut-out'- lu.in.i county,against the reiiovalxil the county seal: also, petition of citizens ol Falls township, Wyoming coi.T;fv, for a change in their road laws; also, a petition of citizens of Wyoming aunty, lor ¦ d change in their license law. In the Senate, on iheBth inst., Mr. Buckalew presenter the hill lo incorporate the City ol Caibondale, which was read a second and third time and passed, since which the House has concurred in the Senate amendm...

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

Free Bunking on Suae b'.ocks. The insecuiily ol banking, based upon" a deposit of Slate stocks has been lately demonstrated in New York,*by the failure of several of these institutions. _ Their notes tu the amount of hundreds of thousands of dollars are in the hands of the community, besides other immense outstanding liabilities, all of which will have to undergo a consider..ble abatement u hen they are paid, it they are ever paid at all. As in all other bank failures, the inconvenience and loss will bi-ar most hardly" upon the laboring classes. Thanks to the small note law, i . . ' prohibiting' the circulation of fort ign not'-s of a less denomination Own five dollars, we have hone of them-arrnncst us, but we have a great many of a larger denomination. We will be told that they are countersigned and registered in the comptroller's office, and that Ih-y ^are secured by the pledge of public stocks ¦ of the State of New York, and of the United Slates. But all this fioes not give...

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

- Mr, Hmer; s Eill-i As there is no little speculation afloat in regard to Ihe'real operations of this bill, as affecting ihe coal and iron interests ol this State, we publish, the lollow;- ing, which we are informed by the gentleman who communicated the information he obtained from that quarter from which the construction of the new law is to emanate. The additional duty imposed on iron, as ¦ near as can be ascertained,is equivalent'to about 5f ?0 cti., perton^which'will add from this source alone, to the national revenue about §500,000 per annum. The leading iron masters profess, under the circumstances, to be satisfied with this increase. Tbe additional duty on coal is about 60 cents per ton. (Lf" Mr. Webster, who was invited' to partake of;a.:public dinner in Boston, oh the 7th of March, the anniversary of his great speech, declined the invitation.

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 18 March 1851

A CARD—Artificial -Teeth This peculiar; branch of the dental profession has reached; an admirableJstale of perfection, and by the honest and skilfbl is ^practised, with great satisfaction to the unfortunate. But the'greater portion of the artificial teeth inserted are of a.vcry inferior quality, from the fact that after having been worn in the mouth for a short time only, they absorb the moisture, and become "exceedingly offensive; and if perchance they give way, will (jot admit ol passing through the usual process i.ecessary to restoration;. The nest in use are the Adamantine, or Diamond Teeth. These are the kind used ei-tirely by Dr. Grandin, Der.tist, of New York, who inserts them in the most superior manner, upon gold p'ate or on healthy roots, from one to whole sets, with or^ without artificial gums,,as the case may require, in the most beattt' fi'l, 'tarful, and satisfactory mannpr. -Dr. G. may be found for a short time at Mersereau's Hotel. Tunkhannock, March 15,1851. ...

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

Re. On Wednesday night last about half past nine o'clock, the Board Kiln erected '.y the Presbyterian Church was discoyered to be 'on fire. It was pulh-d d.nvn, and the fire extinguished, without, as we are pleased to learn, much loss to the church. We understand no lire or lijiht had been used in tlw building during several days preceding, which teads 'o the belief that if was set en fire by an incendiary. It is startling truly, that there is reason to fear, that there prowls about our vicinity, an individual who would apply the incendiary torch. This is the second building that has evidently been set on. fire purposely within a few weeks. Fortunately both were «o situated as not to endanger in their burning, without high wind, other property. These occurrences should prompt our citizens to watch fulness, and to ato effort to ferret out the offender. - The Engine Companies were promptly on the ground, though there was no occasion for their services. We may add, one Company ...

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

Biiciity Land Wan ants. - The Washington Republic mentions the case of a soldier with a wooden leg, travelling abouf the Streets of the city, endeavoring to sell a bounty land warrant for l(i0 acres of land, ivhich the U. S. government had given him, but coupled wiUi a restriction by which he could not make it assignable. The consequence was that he could not sell it, and-his own condition would not permit him to cultivate t-he land himself, of course the bounty was oi little benefit to him. Had it been assignable, it would have commanded §130. Congress has made a great mistake in this matter, which is equivalent to depriving the soldier of al lthe benefits they intended to bestow. We fully agree with the Republic in its remarks, that if the bounty law is designed to be beneficial to the poor, aged, and decrepid soldiers, who have risked life and laid up infirmities in their countty's service, the w arrants issued under it ought to be made-assignable. Nol only are assignable...

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

Usnry.Laws Popular prejudice is very difficult to be overcome. Itinot unlrequently nit-- ~^s Ian absurd.ity.Jike a ,strong„.jyall and protects it "successfully Tromthe attacksof enlightenment and reform. Pjom time immemorial, the taking of usury has 1*on denounced as the trade of the oppressor. Severe penalties have been enactedagainst it,which, modern.,intelligenee have mitigated, f he opposition to a repeal of the usury^laws rest* upon reason, nor can it be suPEOrted ,„„ grounds erf public policy.. Why may not a man make as much profit as he can -upon bis money, as he does upon big other goods? Is there any policy which requires a limit lo the increment of- interest 1 The usury laws do not prevent the borrowing of money at usurious rates. This is done freely £vny. hour of the.day. And when public sentiment so far condemns a law as to make its violation common, it ought to be abolished.—Harrisburg Union.

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

. Country Papers. We" wish all who are in the habit of taking city' papers, in preference to those' published in their own county, lo read what Sariairfs Magazine says about Country papers. "In nothing has there been a more marked change within the last ten years than in the elevation in ths character of the country, press. Since the general establishment of the Telrg-aph, (hey are enabled to anticipate the great city pzpers in the early publtcaticn of the latest news ihrough the interior; and with tbe increased importance which this gives to their issues, they have acquired a corresponding degree of energy and efficien cy in the promotion of all liberal and patriotic undertakings. fIF" Willis,- the pahtelette connois seur, shirt-collar oracle, and; critic de themise, announces that thi;re; is soon lo be a new stjlejof new hats. He boldly intimates that Beebe, a Brotidway hatler, will introduce at the World's Fair, next summer, a fashion of hats mi/i no right angles- The cro...

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

Qtieenston Suspension Bridge. This second structure which spans Niagara River, has recently been opened to the public. The towers are built on each side,-and it is 104-3 feet from tower to tower. There are to be ten cables in all, each cable made of 260 wires ; each wire . warranted to bear 1500 pounds. The cables are firmly anchored in the rock, and pass over two massy stone towers ^some fourteen feet high. The cables when extended have the shape of a rainbow turned upside down. Instead of the plank and pathway being over the cables, it is under them, and the work to be sustained by iron rods suspended from the cabler The planking is to be 20 feet wide, intended at present for teams. <(t is s|aid 16 -be the greatest suspension bridge in the world. —Buffalo Com. Advertis >r.

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

DELi S? HUDSONM^AM^ L ?;E'' Arrangemects forlSSl. TUG foUovvir.Tlhcri"-}»»i.,'loats-»'»? be run in this Line during; the, present season. . ¦ ."it ¦ 1 Rainbow, Rose, Orbit, Samson;-New York, Commerce, M. J..;Mwchknt, Jane Frances, D-w*1 Webster, Tjnittn, R.X-. Lord J: 0- Gunn, E.- Murray Ceresco, Fon^c, John Eweri, Wisco isin, Irad jjg^/ey'.'Alida,'Oregon, Empijf'vl.nstifr, Otsego, •" Wyoming, ' Napanock,-: May Flower, Ocean Wave, Tunkhannock. Werchimdize vvtli be received o'oil / i,n New York at Pi*r foot of .Iav sneer, until S'bVloet- P. M-. »"«r whiclij bobr n;o recer>is will-be given or ffittht jaken. -, J7» At!' packagf' mas: i>e prop-rlv arid fjj. stinctly. .marked, or. ihry. will hot'be ni-Crt»e<i;iP)'-'Ati s.;nall parcel*. kIs-j tlmfj,.!i in bund Its, must he pr.ip-.Tly Boxed. .:! tbey will nol be received- _ ¦ - ,, This Line has no-connection' wi'ii hey other line of boat-*, than ihos-above sjpe.ci fied. if. K. Sn-.r.e is Auenton \\\e dock.: This Li...

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

DlSSDidtlOn. j jVOrifEis l.i-rexj .-iv .i Urnl'tec - — •partnership li-tc-toi i;e i'-Uii'iii nd. r tie firm, of James ^. !£¦ ine.H- & t.'u , «j.. <:i«si>lred hi' mutual cousin'. "Tee run^s and accountst of ihe- lir:« -:re el: i'i:l.. rinds of 3arne4 S. Kenned\, who); an ..oriscd'to settle'ihe same aiul tcni'i' a I monies, claims and'rie.nan's due.--nd Ei.-iii. JA.<.S. NW.VNKUYJ WM i,. P »ftl)v\ iftl' . Providence. March II.' 18 1 ; -i0 <3

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

DR. GRANDIN, OF NEW-YORK, H\S returned ta 't nnk'iannost, and tenders ins sirrics in the nr"'pr.-iori t ii. l»e'ifi-iry. to its c-irarhs *"d liiosfl of \ 'lie surrounding country.. He unv be lo md lor a short I'me at Mersereau'? Uriel. Dr. G-. does not renin-i-e the •p-tn bumre-, fills, and conse-paernvv restores lhi-.!> tu iheir oiiffinal condition arid uselu!he~n. and ill without tfce l>-asl pain ; ihfy h :f: only the inconvenience of sitUii^ to have i; done. 1 Fashes.for.the Moath; .' sslioreand ccr'.a'in rur^ lor intinrotnod arnj ! tno:ij.v 2'ims, white uli-sr* or raniifi-f, so i rjm.iion ia toe, moath. eld in try- r^eiii . t-.rj |i»s, tilr/aramd t".--!1, ^i»l s.j 'on, v.'ti¦< . Is ¦ ¦Ic-trisiiijr snd hniiiiiif ^ lnir tbe i<»b u .c\ « reu- ving a !einl b.-i'di.'-, .r-.cxj'n n*d- i'u »' '"ling ever i-I ;>-f]»ir-d —As •, I'.P-i. ? Vi..\ !S, lo bessppli-d I'lfisi'K rj- s, ii--.- :i T-a iar'|jl|j, lor rise (j^pii-sii:^- ni ot - .'¦ rjiti»rii'!T...

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

1 , Sheri27s ~ Sales. - j BV vjr,uB-uf a uril o. Vt-inl Expo iaeped nut of thn (.'oi ri of {'oiinnnri . ^Ifas "f Wyorninrr caunly ?nd 'o nie.di-. w.rfj, will? tie exposed to public <; >-|^ hi itiecouri-hoaeo in l'untihRiir,or'ir n'n Saiur i Jay the rjfih day of April, J851. at one ;¦ I'cl-ick p. m., i The foliowrng d'Tjrrihpd p'tce. p-.-rerl or . '>{ I« of land Bitiratp in Tiinkhaonotk B-<- ;]'eiigli, Wyoiiiirit: coui.ty, P.-.. bouudo.d »? ' io'lows:- N'orth by lands of Aea N' Uaru-; ;^«tby Pnlnam streel ; soutli by lanc'-fo . |J'»"ob MyerF; v. -eel h? lands ot'Harris ,. J'Wif7ht_;0r)Laining 50 (e«t front and 132 | ':« back—all improved, wnb tbe afipmr j| 'smriaea. . ) " • 1 Seii/d and taken in oifeotion at the J "mi of Heory Stark vs. ThomaS T. Sloi^ia. ¦ . . - 1 .ALSO, . One other-piece, parcel or lot of land :-;«uate in the Uoro«iib of Tunkhaimr-c!;, ¦ -1' T«mmg r.6unty, tJa .botmned as follow..: . rth by lands of Is^ao-H. i<o»f;'east by 'at...

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

ipflMlx DbI. GHANDIJ^.BSNTiST, r o/ .^'eif pork, TJjfAS ratuulei) to I ijiiMiaimor.k to w^it M-A. ui;on i3sjcii]«t>ns "frid tliq>e of ih^ so - :o\iir"diii« country, in [the c-ipacnv ol his (jt^ffiJiipo, arnJ.inay be found for a.sh-iri til'dtsat iHer.-ereau'.. Hijul, where' lie will tin i:.-ppy to see all those who may dt:sire iris services. ' [>r G can iextract tiie lor<h with is ii uh, or inori*, east- than any oiht-r person ''ni rt'tiains 'n'lin d'.i .ij:! > in *i.i. in*nn-,:s r ..ii.tiiii;. tart »v!i'.u hi' .jijro'fssft^'a hicfher . ¦cuer: tri^.t ni rureniij lin.fl (''ii-. 'iri' j i'n,,m "i iiie inosi -ub^ii.i .liai liii inn. r, waliou il. leaf ¦<.-!_, : j ¦ Hpwtvtr bad they may be,; an ! u-'siorf thi'iri 1j liH-ir iiiyim'! f-rnr-! i ami usetulnesP. Nose m-ei! i!i>sr>-.ii. T.'pv.'haTi'onlv to try it. Thev wi,l I.. n re ilmn »rratiS-d. 'The ai-t of Ui-.nn. i'O is pnc.'ii^Mtutioo^i. - H'sinlih '.n:;n >i*k. >lan...

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

1 Hurrah! Hurrah!! I Call at life North £'ranch..°tore, if you would buy, ; Cheap, cheaper, cheapest: -only come and try, We've Cloths and Bake-pans, Indigo and Pails, • Wine, Boots and Shoes, Molasses and cut Nails, Kentucky Jean, Blue Drilling and Port Wine, Cashmere and Codfish, Bedcords and small Twine, Spittoons and Nutmegs, Handsaws and good Cheese, . Black Snu/i' and Scotch ^ will make a snuflVr 'sneeze, : Merino, Tubs and Augurs, Glass and Lead, J Hats | Cips and Bonnets for th? uncoveied bead, De'Laines, Tobacco, Gingham, cobblers' A wis. Lanterns, Umbrellas and fine Lames' Shawls, Washboards, and Lace, Cigars and first rate Girij Red Flannel,! Frying-pans, Cloves, Chairs .and Tin, amphine and Shovels, Vestings, Oils and Brooms, Crokery and Ribbons, Brandy and fine Combs, Wbiskev and Vinegar, Nail rods and Coffee, Fine Caiico and Sn^ar, Sheeting and go.xl Tea, Mackerel and Muslin, Snirtng, Salt and Fish, And all things eise that any one could wish. Old friend and new, a...

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

KEW siddle. iI\kaKv;& j:\y\K MANUFiCT-OEY. A T LACEYVILLE, PA. ^Tll'IC ,-..;i-<..iner. i. . I..' :.. :n t-.u i.' I l* ¦¦ ,,[ ¦!,- i.r,-. I.-- .....' ¦ - i' ¦' ir.i t" r . • t i ' ;• it. .-. ,,i -,.. , . ¦ .:.. , • •nt i r-.i-ti;«s lie i- -i-o-s r. , 11-., ¦ ¦ 11 .,. ,\ m ,',. - n 'ifiVr al kunl, I u.irU in ills Hue • i :-u.iness — «;(!¦ ti ¦ •'- HARNESS, Trun/cs, Valises, WJitps, Carpet Bars, eye, <$"c. . lit- JeJ , S l-olii I.I r--V.Il- lI'.H! U.'i'.l'Mi pp - ;vl>- ;ir» -^ij,i^, | .lr|, ),,. \>,-.:j:. i|„.vsi ,, '-'( luiv -t. ilnii in ~n :i • »•¦• ¦ •* l-fl u-'l'-i'l'•"- - '' ' ¦¦ lv.- .... ;,,). t,i^ Him inisl -~- ' ¦ •¦!¦ :,¦ nrri-i:. ii ¦• v.'nh n. I i'f-a..-l L' • 'T'.r.U-^ :is im!i lit- Mriiin! in die .- ¦nijif t '' '¦ Hie eill-i s ";p '-aT'jf ni ro-jn-.." < i l.,!) j'eni* and l.arty ii-r^e* nml tri; 't.vt '' Hr--vit,J. ln:ni-h iiooi ma'«r'>»'. mn.-e m, m \^. >i>'j*+ B'/ptnv. ri siyl^ |.,r i},^ |/>i!ovi...

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