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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

Important National Work! In the Press, a nets and enlarged Edition of PRESIDENT'S MESSAGES, In two handsome volumesjoctavo; the whole collected from official documents. Br E. WILLIAMS, Esa. 1. The Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States.from Wash-: ington to Polk, with a copious analytical in-• <lex to the same of subjecis,names,and dates. 2. An account of the Inauguration of each President, and a brief notice oi'^he principal political events of his Administration. 3. Biographical sketch of each President. 4.- Declaration of Independence. 5. Articles of Confederation, with a brief history of events and circumstances which led to the Union of the States and the formation of the Constitution. 6. Constitution of the United States, with vtiotes and references. '¦¦'¦• 7« A synopsis of the Constitutions of the .- several States. , >! 8.;,phronologiealtableofhistoricalevents in the United States. 9. Tables of Members of Cabinets of the various admin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

~T|R. SHERMAN'S Celebrated Medi-.AJ cines—'The Olosaonian' or 'All healting BaKam'—Cough, Worm and Camphoi I-ozenges—for sale by A.DURHAM. ALMANACS! "I AAA TOWNSEND'S Almanacs, X\J\J\J just received for gratuitous -distribution, also ¦OAA BOTTLES Da. Towssekd's «yu Compound Svrnp of Sarsapanlla, for sale by A. DURHAM. WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY. THE Latest Edition, octavo, revised by Professor Goodrich of Yale College. -u?or?ale by _ A. DURHAM. AGENTS FOR THE WHIG. V. B. PALMER. Tribune Buildings, New York, and N. W. corner of Third and. Chesnnt streets, Philadelphia. •«EO. PRATT, 151 Nassau street, N. Y. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. LETTERS of Administration havin^ been granted to the Subscribers on the Estate of Oren Orcutt-deceased, late of Washington township, Wyoming county all persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment,and .persons having claims against said Estate, are also requested to present them duly attested for settlement, to ; WILBER RUSSELL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

SALT, FLOUR, IRON & NAILS for sale by A. DURHAM.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

£?(8>Tfe> ElPof»aaa{saaEis»a - jgj:: BEING now supplied with a handsome assortment of new and fashionable PLAIN AND FANCY JOB TYPE, ana having some experience in the art ol £P a» a ca & a aa g? © the subscriber is prepared to executemost kinds of common mm mid wb was9 Handbills ^ Cards, Labels, •&C.&C.&C. iofood Style and on reasonable Terms .Public patronage, respectfully solicited C. E.-LATHROP. -ECNKfllNKOCK, Jak. 1849.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

Chamb«ss' Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge. New work Edited by ROBERT CHAMBERS, Auilior of the "Cyelopadiiof English Literature." Willi elegant Illustrative Engravings. 25ets.perNo GOULD, Kendall, & Lincoln are happy to announce that they have completed arrangements with Messrs.Chambers,of Edinburg.-for^here-pnblication in semi-monthly numbers of Chambers' Miscellany. The design of the Miscellany is to supply the increasing demand for useful.instructive and entertaining reading, and to bring all the aids of literature to bear on Cultivation of IK: feelings and understandings of the people—to impress correct views on important moral and social questions-psuppress every species of strife and savagery—cheer the lagging and desponding, py the relation of tales drawn from the imaginations of popular Writers—rouse the fancy, by descriptions of interesting foreign scenes—give a zest 11 cvery-day occupations, by ballad and lyri cal poetry—in short, to furnis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

£q$sts lady Boos. tor i84y. Dedicatee! to the Ladies of the United Stales. .Edited a* Sarah J. Hale, Grace Greenwood, nnd by L. A. Gopev. A Novelette by Miss E. LESLIE, who contributes to every No. N.P. WILLIS'Original Scriptura I Poetry-T. S. ARTHUR, who contributes to every No., illustrative of Croomc'e Sketches of American Character. We intend merely to give a notice of our intentions for next year, leaving to others long advertisements—"full of sound and fury, signifying- nothing." Agreeably to the practice of last year the publisher will issue as good n number each month as he does in January. This is a novel feature in Magazine publishing. During the wholo of last year he gave more engravings and more reading matter than any of his content* poraries, and will continue to do so next year. Those who subscribe to GODEY'S LADY BOOK, may do so under the assurance that they will receive more for their money in the Magazine nlor.e, than by subscribing to any other work. To this...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

JUST PUBfrsHElf,, ,. ..7.!,, Sartain's Union Maffarlijw OP I.ITEBjlTLnK AND *«t. For Januarv, 1MB. Mrs. C. M. Kirkland aad Profm^ John S. Hart, Editors. EIGHTY pages of letter press oa new" and extra 6ne parer, three *nper* Mezzotinto Embelliahment*, and eight •iter varied illustration*, nnd contribution* from the pens of the following talented ae»- thors; , Rev. Albert Bnrnw, ProfeMsr Janes Tthoad*, Mi«s Eliza L. Sproat, Mr», L.lfe Sigoornev, Mrs. E. P: Ellet, Mr». K, OL . Kinnev, W. H. C. Honmer, John JteaL Professor James Lvnd.AugniMioe Dnfanea, Rev. G. W. Bethnne. P. D., H*nry T. Tnckerraan. Mrs. FrancU 8. OngooA, George H. Boker. Rev. John Todd, D. D ^ - Alfred'B. Street, Mary Smith, John Brawi Jr., Marion H* Rand.' Mni. C. S. ^ Tew*- xend, Charles J. Peterson, Gtorg* 8. Bo*- leijrh, C. H. Wiley, Joseph R. ChandleV Mri. F. B. M- Bfothemon, Profestor Jo* seph Alden. Ann* C. Lrorh. Mr*. C. M. Kirkland,, Rev. TV. H.'Knrr.ew.r). D. The public are already nvrara lhat Ihr Union Mnp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

^ STATEMENT of the-Receipts nnd Expenditures of the County of ® W YOM ING, for" the year 18 48. . Collcctora Townships Yra Duplicates Exon's Pr centtgo Am'l pd Am't dac Cyru* Avery Tunkhannock 1843 330 38 25 18 5 20 David Patrick Falls 10 44 s. 10 44 R. Atkinson Washington 8 16 8 16 A.S.Coleman Braintrim 1844 ¦' 21 00 Q 25 18 18 57 Cbaric Dewitt Eaton ' 67 13 ] 67 13 A. P. Winchell Monroe 68:75 3 75 6 94 81 73 John S. Lum Braintrim 1845 50 54 10 3D 17 37 22 78 Peter Sharps Tunkhannock 123 39 55 34 27 20 40 85 Wm. Jayne Washington 37 33 3 87 21 S3 12 23 Henry Stark 3d Nicholson 2i; 14 6 72 13 40 1 02 Beni. Edwards Braintrim 1847 50 00 50 00 Isaac Smith Exeter 8 68 2 00 4 03. 2 65 E. W.; Stephens. Eaton 122 8G 82 93 30 80 19 04 Henry Hainor Monroe 26 73 7 41 7 04 1128 D.B.Rogers N'thmoreland -39 68 10 08 1155 18 05 Edwin Roberts Nicholson 50 44 10 14 12 53 36 77 David Goodale Tunkhannock 204 07 85 87 118 20 Edward Buck do Boro" 88. 01 • 9 08 76 33 Joseph Bramhall Washington 140 18 8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

ELHANAN SMITH; »• L- PECKHAM, Attorney at Law, ^ttoraen-at-Can), TnnShannoek, Wyo. Co., PenD. tunkhannock, Wyoming Co., Penn'a. OFFICE on Warren street,formerly o«- O^.^* A. K.PECKHiM.Esq.t'n'PWpj' cupied by Peckham & Smith. [86 netv Bnck g f"*- [Jan. 3,1849 John Btrisbin, A; KJ. PECKHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, „ ,, ^V*™®* at tow* m._i.i..__ , %v • n . . . Tunkhannock. Wyoming Co., Penn. Tnnkhannork, Wyoming County, Penn'a. ^ffice in Phelps- new brick building, X&Officeintkeiuxttosnbelov) S.D Phelps v/ Warren street,apposite the old stand f*' ek[Store. [Jan.,3,le&flf'Peelfbara ceBwith. . Jan. •,*840

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 21 February 1849

Tgys^ayBP1" auai^a- ta Bft1H^^^ ta -¦'Br tijr e-^«bs« Commissioners—John Townsend, 855 50 f Samuel Siork, 58 56; Ashbel Lee, 61 50; Stephen Capwell, 9 00 8184 56 F. C. Ross, Commissioners'Clerk * 110 00 Auditors—Elisha Sharp, Richard Lott, Nathan Wells, 22 50 F. C. Ross special Auditor 12 50 Presidential, General, & township elections 511 70 Coroner's Inquests 76 49 ; Conrjiy Offices, stationary &c. 184 05 263 54 James Kely, sheriff 353 41; P. M. Osterhout, prothonotary 95 76 449 17 Road and Bridge views 63 25; Running township lines 50 00 113 25 Fox scalps in 1843 81 50; Assessors 237 ^79 239 29 Traverse Jurors 806 59; Constables 130 90 937 49 Commonwealth rJosts 240 62; Grand Jurors 380 95 -f 62157 E. H Mitchell, binding books 6 25;'Refunded orders 214 22 220 47 Court Crier 36 00; County and township Maps 122 32 158 22 Wm. Bolton, contract for printing 75 00; printing blanks 11 00 86 00 Francis Brewer, building Meshoppen Bridge 350 00 Attorney fees ^ 10 00 Bell f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

Everybody is familiar with the fate ol 'Leftenant Carters's onty son." It may not be so generally, known Jhat the Lrftenanthad an.-fonly darter.|'. But ts had—and_ Spoons has taken care (Sat her memory shall be preserved — Those who can appreciate the pathetic, will be moved by the sad narrative of Sally arid her lovyer. iHocljine JJoctrn—Salln darter. Jfear Springfield mountain there di^t dwell A lovelydamsel, known fall well, Lpftenant.Carter's only gal, Hit father's jby—and nam-ed Sail.'. ,One clay this damsel iript it <}uick - Down to a stream to berries pick. ' She. hadn't picked but two-or.lhreei When herfuot alipt, and in went she. And when into the stream^N fell 6he utler-ed an awfulyell, And then sunk down beneath the wave, - Because no hand was near to save. Her lover saw the horrid sight, And to her ran with all his plight; Bui when from out the stream he took her, All sign* ol" life had quite forsook her. ' ¦ *^r Be roll'd and roll'd herall about,! ' And quick...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

The Heir of Liuu F BT WILLIAM J. 6NELMXO. ¦ There is a beautiful Scotch ballad by this title that 1 never saw but once in my life; but it made a very strung impres •ion on me. As the ballad is not to: be loand, I will endeavor to tell the story in plain prose. The Lirrdof Linn, in Gal tray, was , one of the richest landed proprietors in Scotland. Besides his lands and dwellings he had-S-jcksand herds, and a good etore of gold. Moreover, he was a rftnh - of frugal and parsimonious disposition. so that the gentlemen of Gal way avoided his company, and the whole country side cried shame oq him. Nevertheless his riches grew and increased to a mighty sum, and there was no telling what Heaps of treasure he had snugly- conceal ed. The Laird bfLinn did not marry till late in life, arid his wife died within n year after their marriage, She left him one child/a son, who was tho Ijoy and plague of his' existence. Though, naturally of a noble ana generous'temper, h^w.pswild; reckless an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

Zitto, the Borceror, Very extraordinaryibings are related of Zitto, a sorcerer in ih.e court of Wencesluus, King of Bohemia and afterwards Emperor of Germany, in the lat-. ter part of the .fourteenth century. This is, perhaps, all things considered, .the r iiost wonderful specimen of magical power any where lo be found:- It is gravely recoided by Dubravins, bishop of Olniutz, in his history of Bohemia. It was publicly exhibited on the occa sion ol the marriage of Wenceslaus wiih Sophia, daughter of the Elector Palatine of "Bavaria, before a vast as sembled multitude. ' . . . The father in-law of ihe king, well aware of ihe bridegroom's known predilection for theatrical exhibitions, and magical illusions, brought with him to Prague, the capital of Wenceslaus., a whole wagon load of morrice-dartcers and, jugglers, who made their appearance among the royal retinue. Meanwhile Zitto, the favorite magicianof ihe king! look his place obscurely among the ordinary spectators. He, how...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

Circular of ihc Wilkesbarrt BaplHl C6imhV ' ¦ fpronithi'WdkiisbaWAdvaiatfcJ^ '' j Ma; EfiiWri^rt' fi% no WeahsUl • love bf'&titrovrtsy that '!hdtfc«'tli Iff' reply tb! the'lipng1 ano; 'elabofraie1 afrficftf» upon the1 (Wd^ ' yoiir' ediffj^alo\ last weefcjibattt te;' sire to break, if pbssibre, the: spell-^bf fascination so artfully cast around your readers by y ou'r-'gilfed pe'd, ahdt'ff defend ourself from the obloquy tindidisgractt : with which the article id io'Jeiuijicalljr calculated to blacken-out* Baffle;;: Noe do we wish lb be heard only in fclf deV fence, but hisd in- behalf of ibat' cause; at which you evidently alrri a mmde'rous, though artfully concealed stroke. />"¦<--A 1 *f he "first.item Which*r des'bfV«a{tentiohl and which is bepi t very'|)rbmirierit tiirbughbtit the aHicie'is.'tBa't:the'do'c'umerit referred tb,! knot what it'purports to be, viz:' a "Circular 1 bf; th«rBaptiit Church" inHhis pl'acej'bm tfproduclirjh of,the ^phanlwipf.'oi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

The Norlh Brand CaM; After all, the Legislature has done very well for the North Branch. The sections of the Revenue bill which we published last week, were passed.— They appropriate to the work all the surplus money that may be in the Treasury, alter the payment of the Interest, providing there be a surplus of $150,-000. It is confidently believed there will be a surplus of much more than that sum after the payment of the August interest We do not know whether the surplus in February or August is intended—but suppose, the surplus after payment of the last instalment in the year, which will be in August- Providing there should be a surplus of 8150.000, the citizens of the Counties more particularly interested in Ibis work, have a deep interest in paying before the first of July their taxes. Every dollar paid in by that time, of State taxes, may be sp much to the Canal. The Northern counties should see to this.— From these counties enough State Tax may be paid in to secure th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

TOMffa TO,JIM}, C. E. LATHROP, EDITOR. toeunesanj}, ftpril 25,18r*9. The Whigs stand where the Republicans of 179S stond, and where the WhUis or the Revolution were, battling for;Liberty, for the People, for Free Institutions; against Powsn, spilnel Cobbiption, against Executive Encroachments, against Mon-Alien*.—Henry Clay.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

WHIG MEETING. r The Whigs of Wyoming County are requested to meet in county jneeting at the Court House in this Borough, on Tuesday evening, May 1st, to take into consideration matters ofimportance to their interests.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

CANAX. COSnSIXSSXOHXEEL As the time draws near for the meeting of the Whig State Convention to nominate a suitable person for Canal Commissioner, a strong feeling is continually growing in favor of Henry M. Fuller, Esq., of Luzerne. It will be-recollected that ours was the first paper to take a. decided stand for Mr. Fuller's nomination. Since then a number of the Whig papers in different portions of the State have^warmly recommended his nomination. The Lebanon Courier, contains the following able article upon this subject: "The time is coming on when the Whigs must begin to look about them, for candidates Tor the fall election. The battle in this State will be fought on the Canal Commissioner; and it is, therefore, all-important that we should exercise great care and discretion in the nomination of a candidate for that office. To make a good selection, it is necessary that the claims, qualifications, ar d avail ability of the different gentlemen whose friends may bring them...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming County Whig — 25 April 1849

THE "WTTOHtXNG." The machinery for theSteamboat arrived'in .totyn last week, and pur readers may nonr'Confidently' look for her completion. A competent machinist from the shop of the builders, Messrs! Reany.'Neaffie & Co., Philadelphia, accompanied the machinery, with a view to fitting it up injhe.Bqat. He thinks of getting up ihe steam in about two weeks from this time. Much interest is felt by our citizens in her success,-and all ate anxious to see her move.

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