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

Tho Harmonious Democracy* The .Montrose Democrat and the Wyoming Democrat have been shooting sharp things at each other in their respective issues for some weeks past. They accuse each other of wilful falsehood and misrepresentation. Not. an uncommon thing lor Locofoco papers. Gjd on gentlemen, something may be Brought out which will be interesting. Godey a Lady's Book, and Sartain's Union Magazine, for May, are both oh our table. We decline giving an opinion of the merits of one in comparison with the other, as we are patlial to both. Either of them possess rich and rare, attractions, and is a delightful family visiter.

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

SNOW Snow fell in our place on Wednesday last, to the depth of about six inches. — For the past two weeks the weather has been cold and disagreeable.

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

wish saiscs Mr. Lathrop.— In reply to letters addressed to Mr. Ellet and tyr. Dickinson, we have a communication from the former at Columbus, Ohio, [land from the latter at Wheeling, Va. These gentlemen in years past have been here, and have some knowledge of Hie kind of bridge required across the Susquehanna river at this place. Tbeirfviews are widely different. The fornier says he can build a good and substantial Wire Bridge for 825,000, and perhaps a less sum; while tho estimate oft the latlef engineer requires the sum of 845,000. This difference of opinion between gentlemen so competent to calculate, arises, without doubt, from the fact that the one bad in vie'v an ordinary! Turnpike Road Bridge—tho other a Bridge sufficient for a Railroad track" , with a train of Cars. .- i The idea of a wire Bridge, is "pleasing to all; and as such a structure will leave the river free from the obstructions of massive piers, to impede the navigation and endanger its own safety, the Boa...

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

Another Whig; XSoasure Claimed by the Xiocofooos* The bill to exempt 8300 worth of property from levy and sale for debt, was introduced by Mr. Johnson, Senator from Erie, and passed through both branches by Whig votes; yet the Pennsylvanian, and other Locofoco organs, claim it as a Locofoco measure, well knowing that it was violently opposed by leading Locofocos. The bill originated with Mr. Johnson, as did several other measures, now claimed by the locofocos, which we shall refer to hereafter. It was carried by him-through the Senate, and his influence aided its passage through the House, notwithstanding Locpfoco opposition. These facts can be found on the journals of the Legislature. Will the Locofoco organs publish them?—Har. TeU

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

Sloro Piracy. s - The Keystone claims the credit of the passage of the provision for the completion of the North Branch Canal, forthe Locofocos, when it is a well known fact that a large majority of that party in the House voted against the Appropriation bill containing the provision! If the Locofocos felt so deep an interest in the, completion of this improvement, why did they not make some provision for it during Gov. Shank's administration? Why did not the editor of the KeystoSS induce Gov. Shunkto recommend it in bis messages 1 Where was the sympathy for thisproject then? Wbere were the Locofoco friends of the North Branch to be found then ? Echo answers where! They coujd tit be found untit.Gov. Johnston brought the measure forcibly before them.—-lb. Judge Williston.—The appointment of Horace Willistoni Esq., to the President Judgeship of the 13th district, gives great satisfaction to the people of that district. Judge Williston, says the Bradford Argus, brings''to the d...

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

«hodb IsatJD-rHearyj B, Antho ny, editor of the Providencel Jdurpal, is elected Governbr of Rhode Island by a large majority.; W* cbngratulhte the people of that State on the wisdom and felicity of their choice. Mr. Anthony is still * young: man, but upright, cw|* bl»«nddeserying^|and will njalje b Emernor that many a larger Statcjmight xvell be proud of. [ We hav|e dedidedly disagreed with htm ere now, but never ceased for n moment tn*estefjm him. As the salary 3400 for the full term of one year will hardly raise hint above tho necessity of pushing the quill for'a livelihood hereafter,; we shall |bqve a real live Governor in the editorial fraternity —or, more corrbctly; the1 Governors will have an Editor among them. Much good may he do them!—Tribune.

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

TUNKHANNOCK MARKET mot .... st.oo Butur .; . . . e 14 Kye 0,50 CtiMso .¦.;., 7 Cora 60 Lwd ...,.'.. S •Oata 28 Beeiwai, ... 20 Bnekvheat . . 37 TaltAw ... 12 I>ot*tau . . . COiCgss .'.:.. Id

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

RAISING BLOOD AND CONSUMPTION! PAlN IN THE SIDE & NIGHT SWEATS, ASTHMA, WHOOPING COUGH, PALPITATION JOtf THE' . HEART, LIVER COM-. PLAINT, ffiRONCHITIS| And all diseases of the thtjoat, lungs and liver, cared by Sherman's All-Healing Bal-«atn. : j RAISING BLOOD AND CONSUMPTION.* ; i-Mr. Milne, Builder, in Brooklyn, was attacked with raising blood, followed by a cough, pain in the side, and all the usual symptoms of consumption. He employed two of the best physician's ( they did him no good, and told him he i. " COULD NOTJ LIVE. Hearing of the wohderfol cares performed by Sherman's Balsanj, he sent nt -ten ¦o'clock atoight to Mrs.; I-layes 133 Fulton wreet, end got a bottle ; it operated like a charm, stepped the bleeding and cough! Before he tad taken onejbottle he was able lo be abooi his work. Itjhad SAVED HISlLfFE, His danghtet, residing ai,127Mynle Aren-«e, can attest it- ;' Miss Arm Maston, of Williamsbargh, living in Tenth, near South! Foorth-street, says—That she ...

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

...r NEWj LINE OF STAGER! I FROM TUMHAMOCK [TO Qk»si!5i<SStte>c£)l2a<s>s>o And from Montrose to Wilkesbarre, ma Providence. THE SUBSCRIBER would announce to the public that arrangements have been perfeciejl for running the above lines of Stages as jfollows, viz: From Tunkhannock lo Lanesboro' j Leave Tunkhannockon Tuesdays Thursdays 'and^Satprdays, upon the arrival of the ! Towanda Stages, and arrive at Lanesboro' lat 9 o'clock tpe same evening. Leave Lanfesboro' on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 o'clock, A. M., and .arrive at Tunkhannock at noon. From M,onlrose to Wilkesbarre. Leave Montrose on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at ^o'clock, A. M., and arrive at Wilkesbarre at 6 o'clock, P. M., the same dajj." Leave- W Ikesbarre, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satjsrdays at 7 o'clock, A. M. and arrive at Mohtrose at 6 o'cljck, P. M. The abovi Lines connect at -Tunkhannock with the Wilkesbarre, Towanda and Montrose SJnges; at-Lanesboro' with the Ne...

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

PROCLAMATION. Whereas, the Hon. VfM. JESSDP, President Judge of the Conrtbf Common Pleas and Conn of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace and the President Justice of the Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, for the trial (of capital and other offences, forthe Eleventh Judicial District of Pennsylvania, and Wm. S. Jiy.ne and Perciprer Lemo«j. Esq's, Associate Judges of Ihe Courts of Common Pleas and General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and Associate Justices of our Courts of Oyer and Terminer arjd General Jail Delivery of the county of Wyoming, liave by their precept to me d reeled ordered A General Court of Over and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, to hie held a!t Tunkhannock, on Mos-dat, the 30th day oP April next. Notice is therefore hereby given to il» Coroner and all Justices of the Peace and Constables Within the county of Wyoming, that they be and appear in their proper persons at the time and place above mentioned, with their rolls,records,inquisit...

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

c©^o2. nnr^r^rpo uwviDNL %nwt WHjrXS-BABRE, FA. DAVID MEYER, would respectfullf inform the citizens of Wyoming co. that he has just opened at his Store.on Main street, third door below Slreattr <$• Leas store, Wilkes-Barre, a large and splendid assortment of BSASY EBAtSZ GtQ'ffHDSa©, Consisting of Over Goats, Sack Goats,, Frock and Dress Coats, Cloth Cloaks, Pantaloons,. Tests, &e, &e. Together with a splendid stock of Cravats, Shirts, Bosorns and Collars, Handkerchiefs,k Suspenders, &c. Which ha- will sell at Wholesale or Retail, at prices which defy competition. 3pT Citizens of Wyoming county, visiting Wilkesbarre, are invited to call. Wilkes-Barre, Jan. 3, 1849.—1-ly

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

Insurance Against Fire. PERSONS wishing to insure property situted in Wyoming county, against losses by fire, will do well to call on the subscriber, A- K- PECKHAM, Agent for he Lycoming Mutual Insurance Company. January,! 1849.—1-ly. DR. SHERMAN'S Celebrated Medicines—'The Olosaonian' or 'All healing Balsam'—Cough, Wormand Camphor Lozenges—for sale by A. DURHAM. ICf^a*, sBott sruuu, .*, o.^ ot&cb iodulitton. of Jot> xJVuiluui,, iteotut cum) ctthttlUuHiaut. executed at tile. "UTfticL C(pM. 2T*U. U4.Jp! BOOKS! BOOKS I! A supply of books and paper reeeivedand for sale by A. DURHAM.

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

SADDLE AND HARNESS! .:. 3Z&^zp^W<^ <S>&<£>TjPW THE Subscriber coptinues tocirryon "the Harness arid Saddlery Business, formerly carried on under the firm bf-Russell & Buck, and now byC, A. Buck, at the old stand opprtsite Durham's 'store, where he has on hand, and manufactures to order, on the shonestjnotice, HARNESS}?- coarse and fine—SADDLES, BRIDLES. TRUNKS, VALISES, TRAVELING BAGS, $C. All of whiclj are made of the best and most durable materials and in as good style as can be found in this section of country Cash aad all kinds of produce taken in payment. O* AU special orders promptly aHervfal to. C.'A. BUCK. Tnnkhannock, April, 1849—14-3m.

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

PAROCHIAL SCHOOL. THE Session of the Presbyterian Church, after much inquiry and many delays, are at Icn'gih. able to announce that they have secured the services of a corps of competent Instructors, and will, open (D. V.) Thursday, the: 6th of April, a School, in which ample provision is made for the sound and thorough-instruction of the pupils committed to their care, viewed not only as intellectual but also as moral and accountable beings. ••¦ Faithful, patient and constant efforts will be made lo train the, children for God, to "bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord." To this end, the Holy Scriptures will be made prominent. Believing moreover that nothing is so well calculated to discipline and improve ihe mind in all the stages of its developemenl as Theology, in its systematic form, which presents for coniemp[aiion, subjects ranging from the bare perception of the simplest truths, up to the point at which the created mind becomes lost in the infinitude of t...

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

LARGE & SMALL CLOVER SEED, for sale by S. D. PHELPS & CO. GRAND JURORS—APRIL COURT. Clinton—W-W.Carpenter.D.H.Capwell. Falls—H. Taylor, A. Mahoa, G. Ross. Tunkhannock—O. Beebee. Forkston—E. Allen, Saml. Bnrlbnrt, W. R. Catiin. Windham—C. Fassett. Mehoopeny—P. Butts, I. Bunnell. J. Vf, Dennison, H." Love. v Nonhmoreland— A. M. Jeffords, C.'Vanscoy, A. Snyder. Nicholson—A.Squiers, J. S. Garwood, P. Bacon. Washington—Geo.Remmington, T. F* Kellogg, Geo. Jenkins. Eaton—Forbes Lee. TRAVERSE JURORS. Forkston—J. G. Spalding, R. Adams, Z. Lotl, R. Winslow. Nicholson—L. Rought jr., D. Phelps, J. E. McCain-Northinoreland—A. Ferguson, Geo. Gallop. Washington—E. Hollenback, J. B ramhall. Exeter—M- Smith, R. Coolbaugh. Lemmon—S. H. Hine, M. Warren, H. G. Ely. Falls—N. Patrick, J. Sickler, L. Avery, L. H. Gulick, W. Sutton. Tunkhannock—E. Jenkins, D. A. Bardwell, D. F. Hoadley. Borough—H. K. Wells, J. V. Smith, A. H. Bolles. Windham—W. R. Allen, S. T. Sturdevant. Clinton—J. Bed...

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

(O'CSjTJb Sj>OP&C£HiaxSiS»c, . ::i£j:: > BEING- now supplied with a handsome assortment of new and fashionable PLAIN AND FANCY JOB TYPE. and havingsome experience in the art bl S33 s* a ca ^ aca ©>a the subscriber is prepared to execntemost i kinds of common mm m « mm, Handbills, Cards, Labels, &C.&C.&C. In good Style and on reasonable Terms Public patronage, respectfully solicited C. E. LATHROP. TuNKnAKjtocE, Jak. 1849.

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

.. Drplmns; Gonrt Sale of Real Estate. BY virtue-df an order of th° Orphans' .Court of the County of Wyoming, there will be exposed to public sale'al thn house of N. C Martin, in the Borough of Tunkhannock. Wvoming conntv, Pa. on Thursday ihelSlh day of'March next at 1 o'clock P.M. ofthat'day the following described real Estate, late the Estate of J. J. Millen, deceased, bounded and described as follows:— One piece nr parcel thereof sitoate in the Townshipof Nicholson, Wyoming County, Pa., the same being the one half of a large tract of land in the Warrantee name of John Ely, beginning at a«fffieTat a small white Ash, itbeing the South-West corner.'tbence west eighty-live and a-half perches along the line of Asaal Horton to a corner, thence north two hundred and thirty-two perches to a corner, thence east eigty-fivc and a half perches, to a small beech, being a corner of lands surveyed to John Whitehead thence by and with the la.«t mentioned lands south two hundred and thirlv-lw...

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

A PURELY VEGETABLE MEDICINE. Worsilells's Vegetable Restorative Pills HAVE been gradually but surely coming into favor, among the families of this Country for come years past. They have done this entirely thronzh their great worth as a FAMILY MEDICINE. Agencies have been appointed but no puffing-and humbug such as is resorted to by quacks to sell their medicine has been done.—The pills are offered for sale and have and will continue to be sold by all the principal storekeepers. The proprietors claim for their Medicine the following advantages over all others—viz: Thev are PURELY VEGETABLE. They are CERTAIN TO OPERATE, Their operation is FREE from all PAIN. They can be used with EC1UAL BENE^lTby the-YOUNGEST INFANT and the STRONGEST MAN—Their efficiency in Fevers, Ague Hemlacha, Habitual Costivaiess, Dyspepsia, Cholera Morbus, kc, has been proved upon thousands. They are a certain Cure for Worms. _ The proprietors possess a certificate from a gentleman in St, Louis who was cured of...

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

3R.ID&S 2TOTIG3. AT a meeting of the President and Managers of the Tnnkhannock Bridge Co. at Tunkhannock, pursuant to notice previously given, it was Resolved, That books be opened for sabscrip.ion io the Capital stock of the Cornpal) -, in order to supply the additional amount required for the speedy erection of a suitable and substantial Bridge across the river at Tnnkhannock; and that the President be requested to act efficieatly, and also to procure the services of such other pef« sons as may be necessary and suitable to carry out the intentions herein expressed. Resolved, That these proceedings be duly recorded in the Books of the Company, and pOblished in Ihe Newspapers of Wyoming county. E. HARDING, Presi. T. T. SLOCUM, A. HINE, A. DURHAM, . Attest: P.M. OSTERHOUT. B. F. Durham, Clerk. Managers. Feb. 28, 1849.—9-tf.

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

AGENTS FOR TE1E WHIG. V..B. PALMER,. Tribune Buildings, New York, and N.W. corner of Third and Chesnnt streets, Philadelphia. GEO. PRATT, 151 Nassau street, N. Y. WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY. THE Latest Edition, octavo, revised by Professor Goodrich of Yale College. For sale by A. DURHAM.

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