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Thu Ciacindati Tragedy — A Wonsan's
• The Cincinnati CoTritercial dives th?
'particulars of the mn;rder'cOmmitted in
that city by a wornan i • •
The history of this „bloody nil:lir is,
in.hrief, as follows: , Not mil ilty years
since Captain John Howard -married
the daughter of a Physician residing in
"tangent. Canada. They lived togeth
er inapparent happiness and domestic
comfort for some time in this city, but
difficulties occurred, nor necessary . here
vi name,' and the parties separated—the
wife taking the two children : a boy
and "a girl." Nct ong after the sepnia.
lion Capt.H. obtained the two children
by eiolent means—having no recourse
ice the law--and placed them in chnrge
.tif a. friend in. Kentucky; at the same
tirrieinppplication for a divorce was
2. pending in a court in that. State. Mrs.
was ofenitnpetuous and determined
;temperament -Ir . woman of many ac•
‘iomplishments, and capable of occupy
:lag ,high places in society—and felt her
humiliation in a high degree, and had
often sworn revenge.—Heaven knows
Phil has got' it !
- Capt. H. married again, (it is said,)
And was living at the time of this terri
ble transaction with the lady (quite
). l andSorne by the vi,ay and amiable -in
her manners) who fell a view!) to the
wild fury .of jen,lousy and vengeance,
and pe - rished bv.the knife of the aband
oned wife. The circumstances of the
tralredy are ae follows:
Acnbout five o'clock, last evening, a
annum !R led Ai the boarding house of
Mrs. Wolf, on .sth street, between Illup
cirri Virestern walUed into the
ontry. Meetino- Mrs. W.', she said—
" Madam, I siw your door oprn - end
took the liberty of Walking in. 1 cant ,
to See Mrs. Howard." said
!the would cell Mrs. H_ and
ly tc•ent . up Ftnirs for that purpose.
soon Cagle down, and up or:
meeting the stranger, the Later sprang
at her; and plunged a knifeintaher t weli
verintz the jugular, arid then! walked
off. Mrs. stag . tr,ered back into the
kitchen, the, blond, gpShing (rent the
'compd. •csie4 ; 4.0, Nice- WO, I rttn
Ri~lyd!" and expired in a shirt time,
fl.tvard WTB in the house nt the
time, and upnn made +sainted
with the fact 4, he seized a knife, and
railing the name of the murder / 75.. rush
pd dawn SIRIf-hut she had i esea ped.
The hieedino:: object of his Ihre was
sulthinu in death Wire hinti, and. he
pursuit was ma‘detor the murderess,
but she could be round no where. NI r.
John G Scott, memberiroin the Second
Ward, hoci'ever, met her a s tim
after the. murder, ,cm Fourth st near
Moe. when she called his attention, by
shOwing him a knife reeking tith blood"
anti exchirninz--f havedoneitr.-1
led her'—can I get this much nut c,f
nocvrird .1" She was determ inrd in her
manner, and her eye hal the glare of a
man tAc pier hind and arm io the (A
lton- wer . ehesrovared With bliotn:, and
there were tome spots upon her face.
Mr. S. was so cornpletely coildunded
bs this meeting, that he suffered her to
pass on. She was arrested at a ;late hour
lest night by officer Huse. Sr., near her
We hare been r e quested to, publish
the following accurate description of a
dangerous counterfeit, of the denornitta.
don 0635, on the Bank of Penn town
ship, and whiCh has been 'circulated
pretty freely in , . Milton, from Thomp
son's Counterfeit Detector. The nott s
ereso well executed and so well calcula
ted to deceire, that one of the ;Ibi I Is, we
• are informed was taken for genuine at
the - ,entinter of the Northumberland
'Bank : but was shortly afterwards detec
ted. The following is the description
ef the counterfeits:
imitation- of gen uine—su rround i n g
the border on the sigh.? end,. are the
-words five doll ars - s—five dollars,' in
very small pr int—in _the genuine the
inside line reads from the bottom and
the outside line frbm the top ; while in
the eounterfeii, both 13f- the lines read
from the tap oit'he note. The smoke.
pipe ofthe locoinotive between , the Pres
tdent and Cashier's:naMes is under the
letter 'd in Philadelphia,—in the gen.
sine, the sarokepipe is phder the letter
:41C-and before the a in . the cane word,'
CLAY.—The telegraph informs
us that Mr. Clay has pledged himself.
if.elected Senator; to support General
Taylor's Administration.—New York.
Then, says the Louisville JOUI'7Z.
fa, the telegraph informs you falsely.
Mr. Clay has repeatedly said ; that, in
the event of his going into the Senate,
he should fro With every disposition to
support and strengthen the ndministra•
tion, but he haS not pledged himself. to
Its supp s ort. seithe - r Mr. Clay nor any
other high•sou Led and independent W ig
would pledge himself in. advance to the
support of the administration of any
CURE Fon THE POLL-EVIL, IN ITS
WORST STATE.—When. the swelling
h6.alis. 6r if it has bet n sometirw- a 11111.
ning sore. it ‘‘ , ll havp a pipe or tube
from which the matter_dischargrs—inm
this cirm a lump tf pearla:•! , or pr,u , slt.
as big as 3.0 u can i,th your htt - zer
Three such applicotions tti.rii cure the
worst case of pull_ evil or fistula that
ever I saw,
115,1 A n•rs - 3 .1 '2. Ai 9
On the 4th inst , in Elton tp , Wyn
ming county hv J. [larding. Mr.
ALVIN DDLING, of Tunichtinnt:cli, 10
Miss A,D3IIRA HARDING, of the former
On the 15th in't in Ttinkhannock. by
the Rev. C. R. Line, Air ELT Sit A
PACHF.r., of Carbon county, Pa. to Miss
RHODA, danOiter of Air. Warren Ca
rey. of Wyoming county.
in WOlirsharre, nn the IS:h inst , by
Rev. C A [-1. « H. Mr C E L;CrIIROP
of Totilih:lnnork. to :Miss CI!AIZLO ITC
(1111010'r rf 11 r. .1( sse t I the
Ir•eat Cl.cr Rnrtrr
ccrn 1.:.r I .
rurocheat . 2.7 I.li:nw
Potatoes . . Egcs .
IN the matter of the E4tate of Jidda! Fn!-
ler, deceased, l'and c in the triatter of
the E4inie of A nihro‘e Pffiler deceased, each
Sate or Northinoreland in Wyon:Utt
Penn :t.l ran ia, The Com mon u•ealt h of Penn
sv b;anirt to the heirs and thei lineal decen
dants of Jellia; riii;er 1 tid of t.tobro , e Fri I -
ler, deceased ,4,1,41•t0 all .tiicr tetsons
'Wyoming Conriv (c—Yoh are here's
cited to he arnt'appear l'efore the Judges of
our Orphans' Court a: an Orphans' Court
to be held at Tunkhannock on the 30th day
r , f April, IS•19 at two 0:clock in the after
noon, then and there to aceept or refuse to
the real Estate ot said lehial Fuller, and
slid A rrairoe Fuller (lecenced, i:tinte in the
town•hipokNorthmore!and, fu said County
at the appraised valuation put upon it by an
inque‘t duly' awarded !w said Court, and
returned by the Sheriff on the 20th day of
November tsilB to wit:
Premises No. 1, at •,',z.,-'13.1,00
2, at 177.00
3, at ‘2:13.00
Witness the Hon. NVILLIAIIJESSUP i
Przzident Jtid.ge of our z.aid Court the 13th
Jac of Febtuary, A. D,
s r. M. OSTERHOUT,
Clerk, 0. C.
A PUREI3Y VEGETAELF. VIS.DICINS
Worsifals's Negetalite Restorative PP:6
'egril']ual! v but sureiv reminz
into f:0..0r, ItlOrlne the Ink
Country tor-otne rears pas , . They bare
done this en:tirely ihrone't their ^real worth
as a FAMILY Azencie ,
hare- ! een appointed but no ptiffiaL , and
humbug such as resorted to by (packs to
se:l ti - eir medicine has been bone.—The
are offered (or sale and hare and will con
tinue to be sold by alri lie principal store
keepers. The rro:lrielto:‘ claim for their
i‘ledicine the 71!:
othorc—viz: hew are PLIRELY
TABLE. They a r CF.IITA IN TO OP-
El: A TE, Their ' , reunion i. Pi; F.F, (tom
all PA IN They can 1.,. EQU
BENEFIT !c . !it , YOU Nf:V.tiT ANT
'arid the ST RA tNGEST MAN—Their effi
ciency in F.v?ra, A.., ,,- uf:ll.lad,z,h..r. Habitual.
Costiv,mcss, flysrep<ll7, Cholera Afortvs, Le ,
has been proved npot, thon,ands. They are
a certain Cure for Wopw. The pm prie
urs p.-ce.“ a cerlifiea:e Coon a gentleman
in St, LOUIS cued of a TAPE
WORM by the use of them. •
TPS Tlll.ll, TIIEV kiln MIT NB
Tray& m2rmi Der ;he Slate of Ponnsyl
e.ania—CnAHT.Es P. AzinT. Pm- , ale. price
f. 15 cents a Imx unnmming PI
with full direel 1011 , , by the luiloviim; azeriu,
in Wyoming eimniv.— Wm . Bolin, Tunk
hannoc.: : J. S. Harding & Cu., Fails: Jon.
Strirdeennt, Skinners Eddy :• T. D. Spring,
A. WEEKS & Co.
Proprietors, Laboratory No. 141 Chestnut
Feb 621, ISI9-81y.
CIC rn- 4
7%13 E Sub•criber having locatea
_L in the Bniough or To tocitannock, at
the corner of Tioga and Putnam s!rects, is
prepared to make to order any kind of
Carriage or, Wagon IVorir,
That may be called for. Steel spi in,gt: made
and kept-on hark! of tine best quality:.
•N. B. Carria g es and Wagons various
kinds and de,e'rip!ions, kept on hand and
fur sale. Repairing done on reaoriabie
terms. 0. CLENIQNS,
Tunkbannock, Jan. 8, 1819.—,4,3t.
DOOKSI BOOKS +.! -A suprly aboulo
Li And paper' received and for gate by
- - DURTylhil.
Orphans' Co 'el &deli! &al Estalc.
BY virtue of, n order of the Orphans'
Court of tl c Cohnty o! Wyotnint' a
there will be ex osed to public sale at the
house ofN. C. A, artik in the Borough of
Tunkbannock. Wvoming county, Pa. on
Thursday the 15th day of March next at 1
o'clock P. M. of that day the following de
scribed real Estate, late the Estate of J. J.
Millen, deceased, bounded and described
One piece or parcel thereof situate in the
Townshipof Nicholson, ‘Vyoming County,
Pa., the same being the one half of a large
tract of land in the Warrantee name of John
Ely. beginning at,a corner at a small white
Ash, it tieing the South West corner, thence
west cig,htesilye 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 eicty•liye end a
half perches to a titian beech, tieing a cor
ner of lands surveyed to John Whitehead,
thence by and with the la•t itientir.heit lands
south two Mind* nod thitty-rwo perches
to the place of beginning; containing one
hundred and twenty-three acres and one
hundred and fillyisix perches, with about
sixty !acres imprtived, with a small frame
house' and flame! barn thereon, being the
saute lands purchased by said Decedent at
Siheriffs sale, sold ,'as the property of Wil
liam A iSoi
One other piece or P.lTeei of (and, sifuate',
in t he wi t nship, cif Tunkhannock in said
County. bounded on the north by lands off`
Hammond's heirs, east by lands of Welch,.,
south by lands of Thomas T. Slocum and
Nicholson. containing forty du ee acres
he the same more or less, and being the
same lands purchased by the said , eeeden:
at itT's sale, as the property ut W titian - )
Hammond & Heavy G. Hammond, ccinye , ,•• !
ed to the Decedent by StlelitrS Deed duly
acknotvftdged on !the 3rd day of may 1 Sr,
and recorded in Shetiff's Deed Book - . in said
county in Deed BO.ik pace 117.
THE eq u al unfiivoted half of the fol!me
in, de•cribed piece or parcel If land, situate
in the township ollTiin khan noel: ab;re•aid,
houndi don the North by lands of U. S.
Stark, on the East by 'land, of Welch
aro', on the Sunlit by other land , of the
Deccdeni. and on the We.t by the turnpi;:e
road lezidint7 from•Tunkhannock to "Mord
ro,e, cordairlinz One , hundred acres be the
'Pine more or le,r 4 and being a part of the
John Shah:rorhich land ivere conveyed to
tie •aid Jolvi J. deceased, ')N , Deed
':am F. I —case ivite,dated the '2.0.!:
Car riary...l, D. IS-IS, and reco, , ded
is INllnning COMM, a Itecooter•
in 80. k So. 3,ra;ize 310 &c.,—Condnions
Cie Third of the•pureltase money on the
'ay- ot vale. one iltirJ un confoinatioa of
‘ale and rely of Deed, and one third in
1 yen r n tier (1.:1 t - orr or (Iced with interest: tc
r seeti : CJud: ier.t Bo nd. or by
security at the ornieu of the Ailministra
A. K. PPCKIIAM, 5 Adminis-
N. C, MA, R.TIN. tratOlS.
135• order of the C.pnrt.
P. I I. qSTER ROUT, Cleric._
11,:c Pa'rthis rf the "Reeprd.'?--Its
late puidisher owes.an apology for the long
delay of its %ticeei4 sor: was constantly
negotialing for a sate, with different
aidtsals-,,'ittlidnot.slttereed,in cicrsirnf a told , '
rain until a year had elapsed. Mr.Lailarop,
the publisher of this paper, 'Will fulfil all
my engagements for papers and advertise
ments paid lot, and payrnents due me for
papers may he made to hint, so far as both
are contained in lists furnished him. I tru4t
the accounts are correct—that the arrange
ment may be satisfactory to all, and the
change advantageous—and that the 'Whig'
may enjoy the favors of the people, and the
people realize the happy results anticipated
in the change of Government they have
wrought. \ 0. N. WORDEN.
Lewisburg, Pa., Jan. 1849.
THE DAILY TRIBUNE
Mc neatly printed bn a fair rival sheet,
whereof three editioris are ks-oed e very
day hut the Sahli:loi, in order to sappy
each :- , al) , eriber with Ihe late. , t news pos-o
,b'e. It is offered to , subserihers by Mail at
sr, per annum: It Is intended to equal in
amount and value of matter 213 y Dory is
sued on this coriiinenr.
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ci , e,t or the same with the Daily 'Fri
de-t.ituth of wiliertkements,
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anv Post Office in the Linitral Stated, may
he consiikred at our ilslr ; but a description
oC Ihe hills, ought in, all cases, to be let(
with the Postmaster. G. & M.
A MI I NISTRATORS' NOTICE.
T ETTERS of Ailtninistration haring
L been granted to L i lle Subscribers on the
E-tate of Oren Orcutt, deceased, late or
townst,q) : ‘vyoniing county,
all per-ons indebted to said Estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, and
persons hay elaiinS against said Estate,
are also requested to lre.sent them duly at
tested I,r settlement. o
‘, MBE!: RUSSEr,L, Admirtis-
B.IItToN RUSSELL, trators.
IVash ington, Jan 16,1811
ALMANACS! , .
1 0 00 ji T is (i t
di : 1
‘ r N ee iN _ye_ for gratuitous'
200 BOTTL S DR. TOWNSEND'S
Compound Syrup of Sarsapa
rilla, for sale by A. DUR.LIAIII.
WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY. ..
TBE Latest -Editiot l ?, octavo, revised by
Prufessof Goodricb of Yale College.
For. sale by 1 A. PURF - IAIII. .
SIGNOR D'ALVEAR'S GOLDOMETER,
TILE GOLD SEEKER'S GUIDE!
Secret Arta finding Mines of Cold,
. Silver, Iron, Lrad, Copper, Coal,
and other 51ineral Riches.
The first discovery of Gold in California
was made by DON JOSE D'A !NEAR, an
eminent Spanish Geologist, Chemist and
Natural Philosopher, by means of 'a newly
invented Magnetic instrument, called
The Golflometer, or Gehl Seeker'sGiiide
D'Al year has just arrived at New
York, from the Gold retzions of California,
tiv way of Panama. Chazres, and New Or
hritizint; with him a very large quan-
I vof Gold ore, %mitred at nearly one mil
lion of Dollars, which he collected there,
4,1 m: before the exi , tence of the Gold mines
became known to the residents of Califor
History of the Discovery.
• : Signor D'Alvear went ont to California
neatly two years ago, in consequence df
certain information which he had received
of the geological character of that country,
with the firm belief that vast mines of pre
cious mull!; ;1', , 0-1 be revealed there, upon
Ica:clot in% P' . l - r.filion. He was encouraged
to this enterprise; also, by his confidence in
the powers of . a certain Magnetic instru
tmmt which he had invented, called the
"Goldomefer," by whose aid he expected to
be directed at once to the ''Gold [lacers,"
if any sneh existed. Nor were bis expec•
tations disappointed. Ilk scientific calcu
lat Mas proved to be nionded in truth and
pr:olound wisdom. and his new instrument,
the - Goldometer,' fulfil led his highest hopes.
In less than two months alter reaching Cal
ifornia, he struck upon one of the richest
gold mines in that country, uptal
scare branch of the Sam:lntent() river, in
a gorge of hills extremely roelty and diffi
cult olacee•i;' and seldmu visited by the na
tive Califluniams. Disguising his object
under the pretence of purely scientific re
search, he ohtainedtheaid of some filter n
or twenty simple and faithThl Ind;ans, and
steadily pursued his task, collecting often
more than $3,000 worth of gold in a single
day which he concealed -in a deep ravine,
without exciting any suspicion whatever,
mild after the discovery of gold at Capt.
stiwec, dill, when the mountains were ran
sacl:Cd colds and Signor D'Al
",ro'd placer" the richest in all Cal
ir'irnia• was beset with g,ready adventurers.
It is now found that the real mines or sour
ces of die gold,Tic in the gorges of Moun
tains, and ma in the he'd; of sands of the
rivers. Previous in leaving California,
Signor D'A Iveg I sold his instrumenr. the
Goldometer, a very imperfect one, for 5.1,000 .
The person who purchased it confidently
expected to oak' a handsome fortune, by
simply finding "• old placers" and selling
out the right of di„ging to the gold work-
Manufacture oft e Go!deluder, and Pab li
Signor D': \ Ire, r, in compliance kith the
rf.guest of nnmeri us scientific - gentlemen,
nos commenced 1 e manufacture of his new
Magnetic instritm,ent , theGOLDOMETER
which he now offes for sale, in the United
Slates, at the remarkably low price of
THREE DOLLARS each, accompanied
hr full instructior s for use, and a variety
of Philosimhical I lots drawn from the an•
cient and modern sciences, or
The Art of Fi dug Mines of Gold!
li=EM= Quicksilver, Coal, iron,
Lead, and other . linernl Ilicheq, the whole
being given in a indication called the
Gold edict's Guide.
This new wort, and the G OLDOME
TE Ft, are both nn t ready for sale.
'rhe GOL,DONETER is so simple an
in , trument. that may learn to orer
ate with it in five minutes. It is not affect
ed by climate, ma , ture,orany other known
cati , e. (except th•nalitral magnet.) and will
retain its power f pointing out mineral
riches in the ear for any number of yea rs.
By i!:e aid of ih- Guide any person may
e the instrumcn at once with perfect suc
In d Land Owners.
am; Ownerc throtvzhon
have rea , on to so ,
,;f any land of ?linera
lonfi:, 0,0431,1 avail thew
ottnnity to le't that fact
the United• ` . .tateN
pr , t
time , : !heir
.rlvo , of iLi. or,
by the stirezi of a
n'orldnnee of di,.
Country shall hay
wealth in !heir es,
I known te , ,is, hef ore the
(,vPries in all paw: of the
lessened this source of
rs lo California.
a belief I:lre:line
f ibe-4- in-trumt•
n•nr;h fi:tv time:
Int - 1 4 e m:110 , 0 in s
pnn't•rl hr the m
both in Californi,
California cannot make
t than by purr hasin t z one
t., which will not only be
its value there, to sell a
of inestimable worth to
arrh of Goht, as has been
t abundant experiment
and the United States.
in porn; of ?I vain
Cfli 1) sEr,K
, s not cfrem it nrepssnry to
rich a Innih<t of te , iirronials,
of hi: cm.nomr.TElt. and
INDE The hrilliant renolhin
of his I iNirs In f7nli iirtiii, and the discovery, this
Very week, of fresh ems of Go'd in Virginia and
beds of Veal in Itlini e island, by Is use. are Slone
sufficient to stamp it i s-the sreatest discovery of the
ase Nothies. but l'i . extreme cheap...6,i of the in
strument, and his u 1 ;ire to see it tisert for the ben
efit of mankind hal tees him to dispose of it at the
low pri,,t for which e offers it fle-ides this, his
own desire for .wealt i is nearly sati-feiil.
The following. Tin.. imoniais. in pn,ef of the value
of the Culdnineter. elected from a great nuitiher
equally satisfactory, nst suffice for the present :
Aston flora .. Nalv Venn. Dec. 21,15-18.
The underdi:met% laving: this day wanes-Pit the
prac 'rat operation . feignor Jose D.Alyear's new_
!y invented magnetic in.orineent. the GOLDOSISTED.
feel entirely sansfiei that it possesses the extranrdi
nary powerof i (elect i s. Mineral n ores hidden beneath
the .itsface of the r. 7th, and hove on dotalt that it
win prose art Invaltla le aid in the discovery of the
Mineral resources t f the United States and the
J. R DR ‘P
1. S TIERM
G S. DAN
NN, M A ICI i:IB.SIAKER.
at the undersigned ts fully con.
Se DE loss an was the first
pnsiteo of California, arid that
de by the aid of a Magnetic in
oldorecter, which I have seen
the discovery of veins 016 0 lit
a indications of that substance
rface of the earth.
ilos Atlona •
e Thk may eertily rl
voiced that Sienor .1
z% discovery ays+ rr
sfrmen , called the t
successfully applied 1
(Ire. in places where 1
appeared twatt the s
T. W. Slila73lAN.
1.1e0t.3d A rtirry U. S. Army
f the diSculty of findlne falai.
venting frauds, where articles
it out for genersl sale, signor
toed to sell none of his works
ordereitby letters sept direct
lesired publication, or instm•
ied under his signature aid
In consequence of
GPI azentn. and of pr
of thin nature are Ae
D'Alreer h3a deter,
or Instruments aisle • .
ly In LW. when the
eturat, - will be 'tenni
seat, so that alresixiiii. Hs to U. 3 gm/Inv:tea easy be
-remove . . , , .
Iit3..I3WARII Ail; IIIIITATIGNErof this
instrument which may hereafter appear, as the se
cret of impaning the Gold Detecting power is known
to no person whatever. except the (nights! Inventor.
I:l3r The GOLDOMETEIt. and GOLD-SEER.
Elt's GUIDE, will both be sent by mail, closely en•
veloped and seated. not subject to inspection by
Postmasters, for the sum of THREE • DOLLARS
sent post paid to SIGNOR JOSE Da ALVEAR, Rol
271:I, New York City The Instrutnent Is very tight,
and the Guide is printed on thin paper —so that the
charge by mail, or express, will be very small to any
part of the United States. The peen of the GOLD.
SEEKER'S GLIDE alone, Is ONE DOLLAR, sen
siGNort Ps ALVTiAL
Boa 2713, New York O
ILA" OFTICE for the sale of the GOLD BE E S.
ER'S GUIDE and GOLDOMETER, No• 38 CEN
TRE St., New York City, whole eltitera may see
several casks,of Califdrnia Gold. In the rough state
as extracted by Signor D'Alrear from the Sacramen
to Alines, and alas witness the operation of the
GOLDOMETEII , when held within the 'magnetic In•
fluence of the precious metal, and tho unerring man•
ner in which It indicates the presence of that and
other metallic sUbstauces.
Rhyrnond's OREGON Pills.
QUESTION: what's your pills good for,
Answer : They are good in many cases
to leave the Doctors at home in peace, to
tend the plow and follow their agricultural
Q. Will they cure everything 1
A. No, buT they will relieve as many farn
lly complaints as any" other pill in thisell.
S., and are warranted to cure the dysentery
if taken according to directions. This !me
dicine is the invention of a. celebrated and
learned phys'cian living near the Calfskin
mountains, New York. It will bear its own
credit if used enough to feel its effects.and
hundreds of respectable names as anyiu the
counties of Luzerne and Wyoming could he
presented to the public as a recommend to
this pill : but the proprietor would forbear,
as it is generally calculated that those who
purchase pills,small in size,ai a cent each,
do also pay the printers' bills, &c.
The OREGON pins are of tWo kin - ds,one
Ant i-Dysprptic, the other Anti-Billions--are
made by JOHN Rn yrdosn—and sold by
Phelps, Durham, Osteihouts. Tunithan
nork; Gordcnies,Nicliolson; A C Smith,Ea
ton; El Elsworth, Sterling, Washington; C
Sul rdevant; A Knapp, Springville; Love,
Austin, Northmoreland; Benjamin & Gard
ner, Exeter; H Woodhouse, Nei:v Troy;
Gilderslceve,Wilkesbarre; Benedict, Pius
ton ; Winton, Providence ; Gardner & Co
T'ROM THE INFANCY OF MANI
KIND TO THE PRESENT TIME.
By G. C. HI:1311C L L D, Now ready, Ist
volatile bound in cloth. Price $1 15-ind
to be continued in monthly parts, until sn
tshed. fire numbers forming a volume, 25
et , :. per number.
TIM author of this work seems to have
had in constant view the celebrated treatise
of Lucian—" How a history ought to be
written." Truth in ii severity, and reas
on in its manly state d are the chief Muses
and graces to which he has done obedience.
What a different view has been opened to
to us of the state of nations of by-gone
age, from that which has been presented
to us by other historians. No wonder that
the numbers allready iFsued met with ,a
large sale, and have been hailed by frequent
laudatory notices of the press, of which a
few abridged extracts here subjoined.
[From the DemocratiC Rainy.)
This beautiful octavo—the first volume
of Dr. Elebbe's Universal History—forms
the initial volume of a new and greatly.im
proved work, devoted to the history of the
Universe, based not merely upon the usu
ally received data of former historians but
derived from the !Tin authoritie, attested
by revelations of modern discovery. The
recent researches in archeology by Cheva
lier Bunsen, and other learned investigators,
among ancient monumental records,,have
so entirely ehang,cd-the aspect of primitive
times and revealed so many important new
data, that the wonder has been not that
such a work as the present should make its
appearance bur rather that the task should
not have been befor e attempted in Furdpe,
From a somewhat carefuj examination of
this volume, however we find no cause to
regret that the theme should have been re
served for the judicious and laborious press.
of Dr. Hebbe. Tosuch as cannot command
the leisure for more systematic course of
study, this work proves eminently impor
tant and valuable, since, whon completed;
ii will form a compendouslibrary of uni
versal history, the most accurate and com
plete extent, and written up to the spirit of
[From the N. York Tribune Sept, 23 I
In regard to the literary execution of this
work, we have spoken as the numbers ap
peared, but not as fully as its merits deserve
Now, on re-examination, we hesitate not to
pronounce that this volume, as a history of
the cattiest period of mankind has no rival
in any single work of universal history in
the English language.
[Prom Graham's 21 . 1aga2ine.]
The ;author of the Universal History,now
in publication, judging from the portion of
it already published, is equal to his task.
He comes to it prepared by twenty years At
study, end a familiar acquaintance with nil
the neeessary authorities, not only those to
whom we look for solid records of facts hat,
those 'tyl.o have gone beneath the surface
of eventcond tracked_ the source of political
couvu!siot,s by a 'thousand pulse back to
the hidden heart' of some great principle.
[From the Boston Transcript.] -
Dr. iHcbbe, by availing himself of the
light which the Egyptian hierologists and
other investigators of antiquity, have shed
on the earliest history of man, by means of
his vast et uditions enabling him to avoid
the errors of compilers, and to draw from
the original and most undoubted sources of
authority: and by his amte Judgment, his
liberal philosophy, his deep sympathy with
humanity, and his enthusiastic love for his
favorite study has produced what may be
termed in many respects an original histo
ry of the infant nations of the world. The
work is written in the most enlarged and
liberal , spirits, while the author rejects the
superstitution of the ancient priesthood, he
is a stdut defender of the immortal and sub
lime tinths of Christianity.
[From the New York Trite Sun.]
The istyle of Dr. Hebbe, though "writing
in a tongue foreign to him, is alwitysflow.
an animated, sometimes picturesque,
and sornearnes even eloquunt and sublime.
This work appears, in monthly numbers
—seven numbers now ready.
A liberal discount to the trade. Sent by
mail tolany pbrt of the country.
DEWITT 6: DpENPORT;
' Natta:i strie7 7 'Ne* 'rinks
.. (01669M1NV ,giltigao
,T%AVID - MEYER,r:coaltlf rtaptegallii
'l_/ inforM the citizens of Wynn:dig
that he has just opttieti:ithkStmF ‘ on.Maiti
street, third- door ; below - Strinter Lem
store. Wilkes-Barre; a large and splendid
assortment of - • = " 4.
*bazar Tama dummies*,
Consisting, o? • "•--• -
Over Coats, Sack Coals ' p ikotltatA Dais
Coats, Cloth Cloaks, Pantalooas,',,.
- Colts, ,te.,
Togither i with 4 splendi'd
6avats, "Shirts; 89.9017/.9 ond
. 17andkerchfilk .
Which hi will sell at rclialesale
at prices which deft , competition.
rertitizell of Ifityprninn, county,
inn AVilltobarre, are invited to call.
Wilkes-Barre, Jan.A isse.—my • `
'Pint nroinitiin-Writiig Mkt'
THIS INK has for along whitebeeortie
established as a Mita/ltd. .artick, and
the fotlowine testimonials frOm Washing
ton city prove its merits to that distinction.
House of Representatives.
Washington City, Feb. 24, 1843.
I state that 1 have used the. Ink, ,duying
the'present session of. Congress, manufac
tured by .Jos. E. Hover, Esq., of Philadel
phia, and I have found it to be an article of
most excelient qvaltly. •
JOHN WHITE, Speaker H. otlt.
Patent Office, Washington;Peb.24.•'43.
Sir—Your black writing Ink bas beenused
in this office .since October , last, and•is
lirely approved. I am, respectfully,
I. M. HAND, Chief Clerk.
Mr. Jos. E Hover, Philad. •.
HOVER'S ADAMANTINE CEMENT.
The following; from.Bieknell's Reporter,:
will best illustrate ifs value: "Mr: Hover •.„
manufactures Adamantine Cement for join.
ing broken china, glass, 6:..e.; wehave,tried'
the article, and found it to be excellent:" . ;
For sale, wholesale and retail. at:tbe
Manufactory, N0.1:37 North Third. street,
opposite Cherry street. Philadelphia, by
JOS:E. HOVER, Manufacturer.
COZY @DOD; @ , 13 002131123,50 par-
WARE & CROCHERY, EON & NAILS.
MUGS &„ AIEMCINES.
Agent 'Wholesale and Retail fee
TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA!. !.
4, Wonder & Blessing et the Age.", ,
Sole agent, wholesale and retail, forth:•
Wright's Indian Vegetable
Andmost of the valuable family medicines
now in nse
RISING SUN HOTEL,
- Berwick, Pa.
MHE Subscriber would respeletfutly M-
I form his friends and the traveling pal,.
tic, that he now occupies thelthave,iwell
known stand, formerly kept by T. AttiNair,
in Berwici . , Cambia co., Pa., and hai fit
ted up and furnished it in the best manner,
for the accommodation of strangers and
111 S TAB L R is supplied uith.:the
hest the market affords, and his Bar stocked'
with choice liquors. ,
His Slabk is one of the most extensive.
in the country, and obliging:O.stlersi ore.al
- in attendance.
Confident of being able to give Peireet
4atblaction, he solicits the patmnage of the
:raveling public. R. 13. STEDMAN.
Berwick, Jan. 3, 184-1-tf.
G. 8 . . .TUTTON, .
Attorney at Law - ,
Tnnkhannock, Wyoming; Co,. Pa.
COURT OF APPEAL
WILL he held for the several townstilimi
of Wyorning county, at the Corritnis
sioners' offices, 'on the following days, at
which time the sluplicates will be returned,
and Taxables Can be heard. ' 2.
Braintriin, 'WashinotJn, and
Monday, Feh'yil9, 1849. - ' •
Clinton, Nicholson and Falls, Tuesday,
Fch'y 20, 1849. . ,
Eaton, Northrnoreland and Exeter, Wed.
nesday, Feb'v 21. 1819.
Monroe, Windham and. Mehoopeny,
Thursday, Feh'y 22, 1849.
Forksion, Tunkhannock tp. and Bore,
Friday. Feh'y 23, 1849. ,
By order of the Board of Commissioners,.
Jan. 29, 1849: 'P. C. ROSS,
g \...Al g/ C4ilZl2
JEWELRY. ST - ORB:i
r tARLE I:II3NNIGF!ti respectfully' an
nounees-to the.Cnizens of Tunkban?
flock and the surrounding country. that he
has opened a Jeweller's shop in thIS Bar.
°ugh, next door below the "office of 'Wm.
M. Piatt p Esq.ovhere cleaning. and repair .
ing Watches and Clinks rill be done in
uood - style, on short flake; and . the mist
reasonable terms. Jewelry mended to
He will also keep On hand-it splendidas
sortment of Jewelry of good •qpalfor. sod
fashiofiable evle. The public are invited
to give him a'eall.• •
insurance Against Fire. -
- DkRSONS -wishing to insure property
situted in Wyoming edrinty, against
losses by fire, wilt do wen to call on the
subscriber, A. K. PECKRAM, Agent for
the Lyc.orning Mutual Insurance Compar:.l.
SALT, FLOUR, IRON< fr. NAILS -hi
sale by A. 'DURHAM. .