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

WONDEK & BLESSme^f ihe A!GE THE Wyoming county Agency for the sale of mis valuable'andpopiilar arti» cle.has u.issei into tho hands of MeBsre. BOLLES & GuODALK. with a sdpply 350 BOTTLES? The- great jnerit ol this .Wulf-known Springi-and Sr.mmer Ketuedy is such E.B to insureit an extensivebale.. Persons ino tending to tise it as an alterative, will dwe!l to cojimence early and. persevere uniilits ifficB'cj'. in-'theii partieular cases shall befaiily tested. '" Saved her Etfe ."' So says Mt3."Thomas ;Osterhouv pf out village, who was sinking under a general debililv. ¦:-'J.:PuTAd-Sick:fH(ndzAchern and othetwisei g;eatly: alleviated distress and suffering, as cerlifiec in the casfc of Mrs. Alfred Iline. ,• . .. ..'-. . lti . JJisptpSui Cured. -!.!.., . -.. by iralief. brought to a caseoftwaterbrashi in a stoiuachdigeased, aD.d, greaily- debilitated. Ihe subscriber can certify- to this-. Himself ibe rjiiQeter- for'.yeats—is greatly;beneuiled-t-h.ealtjr.restored. . l...

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

'• '"' ''-'V;^ufio^./;;: 3' -; "V^/"HERE AS my 'wife fjl'iarjoite, lias .IT* leftniybed-and fb'dard/wfiholit&py justcaMSQflfpr^yqcatiniVlXifJ'ia^hereTqre to npiify all, persons not.fo'jruBt.her. on my,accoiir)t/a9 I jwiirb' ay rib' debts bfAer cdntrsfcifn'sr. • ' STEPHEN AtliEf^/ Forkston,.May 18, 1850. ,4...,, -. . .--.{ i-.i-ri.-. h-1 J':'-i.-l -. !¦! ijtl'l-.'i r i CI RADLES, Rak« and Scythes fortsale : j xhffljrvKy ¦' - |H. STAHK& CO. ¦

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

MYERs' LIQOTD QUlCB, A positive & never-failing Remedy 'for piles,;.;'/ Whether Internal, External, Blind or .Bleeding;"Scrofula, White Swelling •Ulcers and Ulcerdted Sore Threat,Can, i fker Sore-Mouth, Rheurnatismi^Cutane-,oug Diseases, ... ,,,.. ^ Mercurial, AJ' ectwns,,^ .. .Also for scalds, b.urnF, cuts, sprain*, hruie'es, etc. Vveiee'l ju'siitjed iri proclaiming THE FACT t& THE WORLD that of all medicines ever brought befoie , £be pirblir, NONK have everbaen more beneficial io alflided humanity lliao " Mv-' ^rs' Liquid. CnreV -'Wo'kh'ow-tnal this i» saying* great deal, hot if we were toy*rite .volumff, we could, npt say too much in praise ot tiiisheahh-restoring^lrfe-prEserving Kemedy. -, Hundredp, aay thonsands. bless the happyhour vyhenjirslthey were rr;ade acquainted with lie transcendant viriiues j -and our present purppae.i? to inform other thousands, how .and wJiere they may tiblaft 'thatc relief; which-they perhaps have lopg BJught.-for i/i,vain., l(it ...

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

" - ,'jjlAKtl^S' rHOTrEB,.," TUNKHANNOCK, WyOMlNG CpUNtT, P£N« THE subscriber.informs bis friends and - the public in general, that he still c'onfinues'.to; occupyTithis-. well known standi Thu Jtbuse has been thnronghly repaired .and improved throughout. By strict aitpnlton to business, a . wellj 'provided'fable'and bar, com'modiouaeta Oling and:good titendants, ;he: Oojjes. " receive, a :ho has hereiolore.-rlorwhicljh is very .thankful—a.liberal, shar^'.pf tho public'pauon3ge.' " 'N. C; MARTIJ»). . . AjSrcb -27, 1.3-19.' ¦/•,,.--,,,/. , ..,j> J I N. 11—The&tage Office for the Bingla'njto'"'- Montrose. Trinktiaririock, Wilkes jlBarri UrdPhiladrilphia.abd ^'nnkhtfj»..>ck iiond A i ens stage lines, is at.-Martin^ Ho it el ' . Fj , i < ' ii

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

f . Watcfc and iTeweliy, Shop. K.j;pARI-E/HB^NlGER^i [ 'Jlespeclfully announces to' the' citizens .Wyo'mingiroonty.andBUrroufidirig *oun iry^'tb'at.be Ij^a.-'^perpedtS ww.ejfcra,.8hep In the Borough of'Tunkhanriock next-door below the"- Law' Office.of-^Wrifvry.Piati, wheralcleaning^/and repairing Wa(ch>» and. Clocks will be done in.gqod, sljile and Pj Aa'stiptiesf notjee1 , and 'moat reasonable lermflAUlewelry mended to order, j" ...He'witldlsokoep on!^h3I)jii:B)'sp,aDd'', ,a6sprtmenti0.f;jewelry>pf;good,q;ir9Uty/»Dd fashionable;stjjJe^ ^The suplic arevjnviterf or ive,himia oall^": * "''-- "• '¦ .•'

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

CLO V<iK . SEJ2J),—^arge .and..Small kinda or'sale ptih6'retegrapli'Si<,'<'- tit-.:; i k ,: .JOHN Hi. BOK?AKT. ITuaklianndck; April 8th.J650. ,?

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

A'Grea ,'VarTetJfbl- Re'SiByiMarfe'Klo'h in^ fqr;8»latt>yv TitYlO. & M-_ :.y''r:''fS^, 'Codi;Cp^ .',-'.•' Tt)H,Z m£titi tWgo'viing, /is; now sup-•Jt^plying.-this market witha largff^uantity oflcoaVwhieh": ^»H b§',iold;'cht«p. Apply at lltP'store bP. '[' ' V " ' "*' •' 'TKpSTEiRiiai'f &X0. \ ¦ March .5,^ 1850. ' ,

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

Kaa;Ec Hotel Corner of-Market and Frdnkl&ttred, . v&IItfy^1»eiin»;t. l£*h( Bi«BPWl4utei ,.¦ 1 i- < W nrffii^ ^ w*sutho§ i '(lately ^^ fy^^j J f D( ?ms^;ha3 been;^ro«ghlV fcewji, and put ,n,the be^Vof otd|.^g^' I rendering it one of the ™~* - s^B'tTOU II public Houses i„ rLrtLTpSl^ I K*f f^»3pheS^1 JThe bar is.furnished w th the jwJSSS 1 fiqnors, andtte table with alltheV^ I ties of the tieasoflW The proprietorhofe 1 by. furnishing-.his.house^-ith>eveVytJiL H necr^sary to prpmote-^e^d.-qpnifort* I tp render the « Eagle'-'a.hprpe forgtraa-1) gers and travellers-and' tp receive a lull I share' of their patrbnage!' '"""'• "n I tty-Hbrkes' and carriaws aralt times 1 and-Iow terrns.' ' -; -^j : i.jftf 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

THE: -WYOMING DEMOCRAT W^BBtlSED EVE1Y TUESDAY EVENING, AT ' l!' ''; Tunkhannock: Prt. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

'!"'.' ..'¦": TERMS. $1 50' in advance, $2 00 at the expiration of six months, or §2 50 il not paid'until alter the close of the year» . itfDiscontiauances optional.with the Editor where arrearages are not paid. , i .r^=*Advertisements conspicuously inserted at the usual rates. [TfJob Work executed in the neatest manner on short notice and on reasonable terms. (^"Letters pertaining to the business of the office must be post paid.!

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

AGENTS , E, W. Carr, Sun Building, N. E. ¦Corner Third and Dock Sts. Philad. Geo. Pratt, No. 151 Nassau st.-, N.Y. T. D. Spring, Laceyville, Pa. It^fhe" above agents are authorized ~to receive and forward subscriptions and 'to give receipts, &c.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

BUSINESS DJREC1-0RY MPHOOPANY HOTEL.—Mc nobpany, Wyoming Co., Pa. Al • lbs Lctt," Proprietor. WM. L. BEEBE, Saddle, Harness and Trunk Manufacturer. Shop, first door above H.Stark's brick Store, on Bridge st., Tunkhannock, Pa. MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. Carhpndale, Luzerne Co., Pa.; Joan Goee, Proprietor. ;„ ,DR. J. V/SMIT5, Thysjcian & Surgeon,—May be found r at Martin's Hotel, Thunkhannock, Pa. S. S. WINCHESTER, Attorney at Law, Tunkiannodi, Pa - Office in" Stalk's Brick Row. FRANKLIN C. ROSS, Attorney at, Law,—Office with El hanan Smith, Tunkhannock, Pa., D. L. PECKHAM, ArroiiNEr at La w—rTunkhannock,Wy .qmin.% Co., Pa.—Ofice with A. K " Peckham,Esq., in Phelps' brick Block A. K. PECKHAM, ftTTORNEY at Law, Tunkhanriock,Wy omtag Co., Penn. Offite in Phelps' .rbripk building, Warren st., opposite the old stand of Peckham & Smith. R. R. &E.H. LITTLE, Attornies & Counsellors at Law, Tunkhannock, Pa. Office one door west ef H. Stark's Store...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

Gems of Thought. " Learning, it is said, may be an instrument of fraud ; so may bread if discharged from the mouth of a cannon, be an instrument of death. Silence never shows itself Jo so great an advantage as when it is made the reply to calumny and defamation. Fashionable society generally has but two faults : first, in being hollow-headed • and secondly, llo'low-hearted. Industry and economy uill get rich, while sagacity and int.igue are laying theirplans. -^ - Virtue forgives injury, even as the sandal tree berfumes the hatchet that fells it 'Physicians' prescriptions are now called " death warrants in Latin.'! A false friend is like a puddle that only looks bright when the sun shines on it. "' " ..• Thrice armed is he who hath hisquarfel just. : 'T»s of ourselves that we are thus or thus. . ¦- Friendship is more firmly secured by lenity towards failings, than by attachment to excellencies. The former is valued as a kindness .which cannot be claimed, -the latter is exact...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

The Mas of Honor The doth was drawn, the wine and dessert were put on, and Frederick Willis, seated-at the head of the table, looked on as merry a set of fellows as ever were gathered round mahogany. "The masl'er«f the feast was tweotyt\vo years of age, and possessed of about as many thousand' pounds as he numbered years. To be young is pleasant enough ; but to be both young and rich is extreme happiness. The father of Frederick, Will is not only gave his son life, but bequeathed him money enough to enjoy life. Frederick Willis had lately begun his career. So'far he had proceeded with moderation and good sense; but a danger threatens him this evening. On hi? right is sealed Captain Fitz Osborne, a newly-made acquaintance, and one not very creditable. Captain Fitz Osborne was a tall and stout man. His appearance was comically ferocious. Nature had intended him for a fool onlv, but he had succeeded, by much study and pains, in superadding the bully. He'had a loud voice, a swagge...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

Shakspearc's Mirror for Women BY MAP.T COWDEN CLARKE. As in the tall glass called a Psyche, a lady gains a full-length view of herself, so that no point of a person may be left disregarded, so, in Shakspeare's mirror, a woman may obtain a psychological reflex of her nature that may aid her to its spotless array, and to the utmost perfection in adornment of which it is susceptible. She may learn how to preserve its intrinsic graces of purity and innocence, at the same time she is instructed how to deck it with becoming ornament of accomplishment and refining culture. She may be taught to perceive how native charms are heightened by suavity of demeanor ; how a fine understanding and a capacious mind are set off by modest bearing ? how external beauty is enhanced by sweet manners and cheerful "ease; how intellect and good sense consort with placability, forbearance, and affectionate submission, how gaiety of h^art and the gift of wit are tempered with gentleness; how highest dign...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

Fashioriable' Manners. There is a set of whom I cannot bear —the pink j of fashionable prdprielv—whose every good word is precise, »nd| whose every movement is unexceptionable ;^ but who, though versed in all tie Categories of polite behavior, have not 8 (article of soul or cordiality about things. We allow that their manners may be abundantly correct. There may be elegance in every gesture, and gracefujnesj in every position; not a smile out' of place, and not a step that would not bear the severest scrutiny. This is very'fine, but what I want is the heat, and gaietyt of social intercourse—the frankness that spreads animation anund it,—the eye that speaks affably to all that chases tin*- idity from every bosom and tells e\ety man in the company fo be confident and happy. Thjs is what I conceive tow,be the virturof the test, " Be courteou3,,!, and not the sickening/ormaliiy of those who walk byj-ule, and would reducethe wr.oje.oi"human life, to a wire..bound system of misery a...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

' Ludfcroas. " f A young itinerant "-.preacher, in'the constant habit of declaiming a great deal about the Credor, and especially about the first getting up of man, whenever he wished to display his native eloquence to a good advantage, was one dayhoJoV ing forth to a mixed congregation in a country school-house. Becoming -warm and enthusiastic as he proceeded, it was not long beTore he reached his favorite tlieme, and started, off iu something like the following style: " And when the world was create^, and the.beast of the.field, and the fq\via of the air were pronounced very good. God said: " Let us make man." And he formed man after his own likeness,and declared him the noblest of%li.the worka of his hands. And, he made woman also, and fashioned in the exact image of man, with a little variation— . ¦ ,.• . j "¦T/tank the Lordforthe variation!" shouted an old sinner, who sat over in the amen corner of. the room, at this/io.* teresting juncture of the discourse..-... 0 Tnee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

Fifty Cents oiMh? Dollar , A gentleman in great Jones, street, who is in the habit of sending his toots out to be blackned, could not find..-hit jr alished understandings, one day laijt week. . He sent his little son tb.|ne darkey's cellar, but he returned saying that it was shut up. The'.gentleman went himself in his slippers, and'att^er rapping some time, he Jieard a noise inside. Presently a window; was partially oppened arid Cuffee's head poked through. * I want my boots,' said the gentleman. "Sorry.to 'form you massa, dat you can't hab 'em," replied Cuff'.]"«Fac'ii, I is busted, failed, broke, cleaned put, jumbed up, ,spylt, I is," , . ,'.: " But Cuff," said the gentleman. "J can't help that. I must have ray boolst'! Cuff finding his customer rather rilec| up, poked out of the window on& oflhe boots and said— "Massa I isn't tejlin, no lie. I it clean burst and no mistake. I's takena I'ventory of my a'fects, andas-1 b'lievei, on de honor of a gentleman, dat I sha...

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

THOUGHTS Written for the Wyoming Democrat StJGGESTED BY'THE APPROACH OP Wl^tEin What wilt tholi do, 0 Heart of mine 1 . For birds and flowers are gone, And now the fleecy snow falls thick, On yonder spreading lawn-.. The last bright sun of Summer set, The last sweet zephyr blown, The icy rrionarch hastens on, To claim his regal throne. Each joyous note and lovely, scene Is banished now from thee ^ What wilt thou do 'mid howlftig blasts Old Winter's minstrelsy ? Thou 'rt lone and sad, for all is drear—No smile to lure thee on, Nn hope to call thee hack to life, Or love to Iran upon. No charm the Present ha'.h for thee—The Past hat!i left but grief, And thou art drooping, fa'ling, like A withered autumn leaf. No more thu 'It glad, 0 heart of mine, To hear the robin's sons ; No, more thou 'It beat f xul'.ingly, As fragrance floats along. No more thou 'It muse beneath the shade - Of yonder spreading tree ; No more the summer's sun shall bring, Its store of Hope to thee. Bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Wyoming Democrat — 26 November 1850

JgygSjSi S.jS. WINCHESTER, EDITOR. TffuWanndek., Frestlay,¥ov.t 26,-1850

Publication Title: Wyoming Democrat
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