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Local and Personal.
Gone cr Coin#.
Everybody—with uls estimable Lady, has
gone or is going to the Nicholson Fair, which
it is hoped will prove to be a grand affair.
Church Music Books
Csn be found in large variety at the Mu
sie Depot of L. B. Powell, Scranton, He
furnishes them by the quantity, at lower
rates than they can be obtained from New
Advice to Democrats.
Thrash your buckwheat before the day of election,
and then turn out en masse and thrash the Black
il,.n. Asa Packer, Col. C. F. Wells, W. W. Long
s rath and Col. V. E. Piollet, Officers and Directors
of the Rail, Road, now being built here, with Robert
H. Sayre and Fred. Mercur, Engineers are now in
town. These gentlemen are mahing a tour of in
spection, and fixing the location of read at some
heretofore unsettled points, They are on the way
up the liae.
The work on the two churches in town begins to
show up to good advantages. Mr. Ove'rfield is now
fairing the frame work of the Methodist bouse. The
brick work of the Presbyterian has the appearance
of being nearly finishsd.
Mr. D. Billings has received at his store
near the canal, a large consignment of salt,
which will be sold in large or small quanti
ties to suit purchasers and at prices to
suit purchasers. Mr. Billings keeps con
s'antlv.on hand a fine stock of provisions and
family Groceries. Housekeepers, and others
who live on victuals, will do well to make a
note of this.
The editor of the Republican, who it seems
rather "overdid" himself, went back to Dr.
P. John, his fountain head for arnunition, and
has returned, no doubt loaded to the muzzle.
Look out for some of Dr. John's stale lies m
a new garb. The Dr. manufactures and Yost
peddles. During the Dr.'s short term as
lie Venue Assessor, he got a perpetual Lie
cense, for dispensing "new and enlightened
views" among us old fogies.
Are you Assessed t
The Assessor's Lists of voters are now put
up in the respective election districts. Every
Democrat should see to it at once, that all
new comers, who will vote our ticket, are as
sessed. Do not neglect this matter. It will
be two late, if not attended to this week.—
Every vote is important. With a full vote,
success iu the State and County is certain
Look to the Lists.
Sherman & Lathrop have just received a
large stock of new dress goods, Trimmings,
Cloaking, Ladies and Children's Shoes, ic,.
to which they call the attention of the Ladies
with the'utmost confidence in their ability to
please them as to style, quality and price.—
Au extensive stock of ready-made clothing,
made expressly for this market at a tirst class
New York House—is now being received.
Their stock of Gents' furnishing Goods is
now complete. Trunks, Yalieces, Leather aud
Carpet traveling bag*, Ac., on tiaud.
Call and see them.
Law* ot 180 T.
The Pamphlet Laws for 18G7 have been re
ceived by E. J. Keeney. Prothonotary and
are now ready for distribution to those en
titled to them. Justices of the Peace will
send in their orders tor them. This document
is said to contain some queer laws, applicable
to the citizens ot Wyoming County. Our
black republican law makers uf last winter
were all great men—especially the one from
thia County, who, besides making laws, made
some singular prayers—so they say.
The trunk of the aqu aducr, across the
creek at this place, was discovered, one day
last Week, to be giving away. A belli was
framed, placed under the weak point, which,
II is hoped, will secure it against danger
of breaking down for the season. A
aenou* break in th 2 canal at this season wu'd
be a calamity to the country.
Ride W all.
Mr. T. B. Wall, owner of the premises,has
pot down tn front of the store occupied by
Sherman A Laihrop, the finest piece of side
-walk to be found in the country.—indeed it
ia not excelled in the cities. The flagging for
ifor this work came Irotn the splendid quarries
• ©vet-field A Co., at Meshoppen, in this
County. These qua'ries which have been
but recently worked, arejustly regarded as
•the finest in the country. Mr. Wall who
never does any thing by the halves, contem
plates farther improvements in the way of
walks and step stones.
The Bridge at the lower end of town near
Marcy's, which has been not only a disgrace,
but a constant source of expense to the Boro.
.for time whereof the memory of man runneth
.not to the contrary, is likely to be put in a
condition which will ensure its permanence
and durability. Marcy, who has the contract
for its building, has laid the foundations,deep
and strong and seems to be intent upon doing
the work in the most substantial manner.—
"When built, if done according to contract,
we believe it will be, not only safo and sub
atantial, but decidedly ornamental.
Geo, H.Shippey, who is charged with steal
ing the horse of Mr. James Harris—4 flo .
tice of which appeared in the Democrat of
last week, was arrested by F. M. Crane and
John Wilsey of this place, at Wilkes Barre.
yesterday, and brought here for a hearing
The proofs of guilt are said to be conclusve.
No effort has yet been made to recover the
horse ; but it is known in which direction j
it was taken aud but little doubt of its recov
ery is entertained. Shippey, who it seems
has a propensity for stealing, had but a few
weeks since finished up a term in the pen
itentiary for Larceny. He will probably
have the benefit of a longer term for fur- j
The two large barns, with the extensive
he<ls and stabling, attached, belonging <•
Mr. Perry Marcy at the lower end of t WIJ,
were, with their coDtents, entirely destroyed
bv fire on MouJay evening last. The tire,
which is thought to have been the work of
an incendiary, when first discovered was on
the north end of the buildings, fartherest
rorn the house, and appeared to have been
u recently kindled. Mr. Oscar Good win,
who first saw it ami gave the alarm, thinks
s beard a person running from the premises,
Mr.farcy with rare presence of mind was
enabled to take his horses fron. the stables.
Everything else connected w-th the barns
and sheda was lost. Both barns were well
ailed with gram and hay One with a large
quantity 0 f wheat yet in the sheaf.
Mr. Marcy's loss probably exceeds §2OOO.
"PJ® * h ' ch ' w e 'earn, there was an insurance
oi half that amount.
Our New Gordon Jobber.
The swapgeriog sense of satisfaction and
sell-importance which a boy feels on first fob
bing his longcoveted bulls*eye ''time keeper,"
and the waving dignity which a young Miss,
on the sweeter side of oweet sixteen, feels
when her watchful Ma, first allows her to
hang a long skirt to her latest calico, is akin
to the pleasure we feel in speaking of our
new Gordon Jobber. We're proud. We're
a little stuck-up. We begin to think we're
a—mammoth pumpkin—(our pocket-book
though, !eel, and looks very squashy) —No
matter, we've got the press. A new Gordon
Jobber—the first e*er brought into this Co.
with which we are prepared to do the neatest
and tnost expeditious work in our line, ever
done in this region. It is a most perfect and
admirable piece of machinery. Mr. Geo. P.
Gordon the Inventor, Patentee and Manufac
turer of the Gordon Presses, is one of the
very few men of real genius in this or any
other age who has lived to secure the rewards
of his genius. Though receiving a snug for
tune, annually, for his presses, Mr. Gordon's
mind is in no danger of rusting out,nor be*
coming dulled by satiety. Knowing that he
had a ''good thing," he is not content to
sit down under the hallucination tbat it
could not be made better. He has spent
mind and money in making, irom time to
time, new and important changes in his
presses, until now, it would seem, the ne
plus ultra of perfection has been attained.—
Perhaps Ac may still improve them, but oth
er men need hardly attempt the task. Call
and see our new Jobber,and bring along your
job work, such as envelopes, bill heads, let
ter heads, posters and blank work of every
Mercutio said of his wound,
"It was not as deep us a well or as wide
As a gate, but it would do."
Plantation Hitters will not raise the dead
•fy Hut they cure the sick, exalt the
Depressed, and render life a thing
To be enjoyed.
We believe there are millions of living wit
nesses to this fact. Dyspepsia is a horrid
disease, but Plantation Bitters will cure it.—
It is a most invigorating tunic, for weakness
and mental despondency. Those who are
"out of sorts" should try Plantation Bitters.
A delightful toilet article—superior to Co
logne and at half the price.
All psrsens are cautioned against purchasing or
negotiating two notes ot # 100, each given by mo to
F. D. Carpenter—dated about the Ist of April 1867
—the said notes hav ing been paid by me, ihe pur
chaser will obtain nothing by them.
Tunk. Sept., 11th 1867.-v6n6-3w.
My Wife Angcline having left my bed and board
without any just cause or provocation, this is there
fore to caution all |rsons against harboring or trust
ing her on my account as I will pay no debts of her
Tunkhannock Tp. ELISIIA B.LONG-
Sept: 3rd 1897.
IETTERS of Administration on the estate of
J I.udd Shoemaker, late of Windham Towdshin
dee'd, having been granted the undersigned notice
is hereby given ail jersons indebted to tbe said es
tate, to make immediate payment of the same , and
all [lersons having claims against the same will pre
sent them without delay duly authenticated for
settlement to HARRISON t'OMSTOCK.
North Branch, Aug. 23rd. 1367. v7n46
"1"! 7IIEP.U AS my wife Ann has 1 off my bed and
II board without just cause or provocation, I
hereby forbid any person harlsiring or trusting her
on my account, as f will pay no debts of her con
tracting from this date
JACOB F. HALL.
Braintrim, Aug. 22d, 1367.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE.
Letters of Administration on the Estate oL Ehen
Owen, late of Nicholson Township, dee'd, having
been granted the undersigned. All piersoug having
claims against said estate will present them duly
authenticated for settlement, and all piersons indebt
ed to said estate will make immediate payment of
the same, to
Wm. OWEN, Adm'r.
Falls. Pa Aug. 7, '67—v7n'2-6w,
The RF.V. EDWARD A WILSON will send (free
of charge) to all who dessre it. the prescription with
the directions ,ormakiug and using the simple rem
edy by wbicb be was cured of a lung affection and
thatjdread disease Consumption His only object is
to benefit the afflicted and he hopes every sufferer
will try this prescription, as it will cost them nothing
and may prove a blessing. Please address
REV. EDWARD A WILSON,
No. 165 South Second St., Williamsburg New Y'ork
Information guaranteed to produce . a luxuriant
growth of hair upon a bald head or beardless face,
also a recipe for the removal of Pimples, Blotches,
Eruptions, etc , on the skin, leaving the same soft
clear, and beautiful, can be obtained without charge
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
823 Broadway, New Y'ork
THE GLORY OF MAN IS STRENOTH.-There
ore the nervous and debilitated should immediately
nse UEUMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
IIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU gives health
and vigor to the frame and bloom to the palid
check. Debility is accompanied by many alarming
symptoms, and if no treatment is submitted to, con
sumption insantity, or epileptic fits ensue.
SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS RESTORED by
Uelmbola's Extract Buchu,
IIELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU is
pleasant in taste and odor, free from all in juriou
properties, and immediate in its act ion.
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BU
Is the Great Diuretic.
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
Is the Great lilood Purifier.
Both are prepared according to rules of Chemistry
and Bharinacy, and ara the most active that can ba
ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF TnE BOOKS OF
BT PROE. CALTIS B, STOWE, D, !>•
A work of real value, and an almost indispensable
companion of the Bible, showing what the Bible is
not, what it is, ar; i how to use it • answering all the
objections to its authenticity urged by modern infi
dels, and tracing the authority uf each book up to its
inspired authors, giving a vast amount of informa
tion heretofore locked up very rare and costly vol
umes, making one of the most popular books ever
1000 Agents Wantad.
Experienced agents, clergymen, ladies, school
teachers and others should send at once for circulars
giving further information.
Address, ZEIGLER, afcCURDY A CO,.
v7nß-4tn. 501 Chestnut Street. Philad'a. Pa-
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
I A Gentleman who suffered for years from Neivous
' Debility, Premature decay, and ail the effects of
youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, send free to all who need it the reeipy
i and directions for making the simple remedy be
which be was cured. Sufferers wishine to profit by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing
I in perfect confidence,
I JOHN B, QQDON, 43 Cedar Street, New Tork
AND HOUSE OF MERCY.
Howard Association Reports, for YOUNG
MEN on the CRIME OF SOLITUDE, and the ER
RORS, ABUSES and DISEASES which destroy the
manly powers, and create impediments to MAR
RIAGE, with sure means of relief. Sent in sealed
letter, en\elopes, free of charge. Address Dr. J.
SKILLEN HOUGHTON, Howard Association,
CHILDREN'S liFVES SAVED FOR SO
THOUSANDSOFCHILDREN DIE ANNUALLY
A. of Croup. Now, mothers, if you would spend
50 cents, and always have a bottle of Dr. Tobias'
Venetian Liniment iu the house, you never need
fear losing yoor little one when attacked with this
complaint It is now 19 years since I have put up
ray Liniment, and never heard of a child dying of
Croup when my Liniment was used ; but hunireds
of casus of cures have decn reported to me, and
many state if it was #lO per bottle they would not
be without it. Besides which, it is a certain <ure
for Cuts. Burns, Headache, Toothache, Sore Throats
Swellings, Mumps, Colic, Diarrhuea, Dysentery,
Spasms, Old Soares, and pains in the back and chest
No one once tries it who is ever without it. It is
warranted perfectly safe to take internally- Full
Directions with every bottle. Sold by the Druggists
Depot, 56 Cortlandt Street, New York,
There is no disease which experience has so am
ply proved to be remediable by the
(a protected solution of the Pr itoiide of Don), as
Dyspepsia, The most inveterate forms of this dis
ease have been completely cured by this raekit-ine,
medicine, as ample testimony of some of our tirst
FROM THE VENERABLE ARCHDEACON,
SCOTT, D. D.
DUNHAM, Canada East
• • • "I am an inveterate Dyspeptic of MOBB
THAN 25 YEARS STANDING "
• * * "I have been so wonderfully benefited
in the three short weeks during which I have used
the Peruvian Syrup, that I can scarcely persuade
myself of the reality. People who have kMown me
are astonished at the <change. lam widely known,
and can but recommeud to others that which has
done so much for me," * * *
ANOTHER CLERGYMAN WRITES AS FOLLOWS
' My voyage to Europe is indefinitely postponed-
I have discovered the "Fountain of Health" on this
side of the Atlantic. Three bottles of Peruvian Syr
up have rescued me from the fangs of the fieud Dys
A pamphlet of 32 pages, containing a history of
this remarkable remedy, with a treatise on '"lron as
a medicine." will be sent tree to any address.
The genuine has "PERUVIAN SI RUP" blown in the
J P, DINSIMORE, Proprietor,
36 Dey Street. New York
Sold by all Druggists-
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS.
Hartford, Conn., Nov, 11. 1864.
Messrs. THOS. AI.LCOCI: A Co —Please send, with
dispatch, twelve dozen Allcoed's Porous Plasters
Our daily experience conGrms their very superior
excellence. At this moment of writing a man ap
plies for one, who, by, entanglement in the shfat of
machinery, had both his legs broken, spine severely
injured, and was for nearly a year entirely helpless.
This man found relief very soon by the application
of a plastei to his spine. He was soon enabled to
work, and now he labors as welt as ever. He would
cheerfully pay S3 for a single Plaster it they could
not be had at a lower rate: lam surprised that
surgeons do not make usa of tbe perforated plasters
to the exclusions of all othe s. as their flexibility and
and adhesiveness are greatly in advance of all other
plasters with which lam acquainted ; while the
perforations peculiar to them rendered them greatly
superior to all others for ordinary surgical uses -
Knowing the pilasters to lie so useful, I havo no
scruples that my sentiments should be known.
J. W JOHNSON, M. D.
Agency, I'randreth House, New York
Sold by all Druggists iu the United States and
Dr, SCIBMCK'S PULMONIC II STRUP
Tbis great medicine cured Dr. J H. SOIENCK, the
Proprietor, of Pulmonary Consumption, when it h;id
assumed its most formidable aspect .and when speedy
death appeared to be inevitable. His physicians
pronounc -d his case incurable, when he commenced
the use of this simple hut powerful remedy. His
health was restored in a very short time, and no re
turn of the disease has been apprehended, for all the
symptoms quickly disappeared, and his present
weight is more than two hundred pounds.
Since his recovery, he has devoted his attention
exclusively to the euro of Consumption, ami the dis
eases which are usually complicated with it, and the
cures effected by his medicines have been very nu
merous and truly wonderful. Dr. SCHKNCK makes
professional visits to several of the larger eitie
weekly, where he has a large concourse of patients,
and it is truly astonishing to see poor conusmptives
that have to be lifted out of their carriages, and in
few months healthy, robust persona. Da
SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP, SEAWEED
TONIC, and MANDRAKE PILLS are generall;
all required in curing Consumption. Full directions
accompany each so that any one can take them
without seeing Dr. SCHKNCK, but when it is con
venient it is best to see him. He gives advice free
but for n thorough examination with his Rcspirome
ter his fee is tnree dollars.
Ple<i*e observe, when pun basing. that the two
1 likenesses of the Doctor—one when in the last stage
lof Consumption, and the other as ho now is,'in per
fect health—are on the Government stamp
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers. Price $1 50
per bottle, or 87 50 the half dozen Letters for ad
vice should always be directed to Dr, Schenck's
I Principal Office, No. 15 North 6th Street. Philadel
General Wholesale Agents ; Pcmae Barnes A Co.
N. Y ; S. S. Ilance Balti more. Md, ; John D. Park
Ciincinnati, Ohio; Walker A Taylor, Chicago, 11,1
Coillns Bros, St.Louis.Mo [v6nl3dw eao* lm-lyrO
A CANVASS OF TIIE UNION
proves that the most successful candidate for genera
favor ere r placed before
is that pnre ami salubrious vegetable bcautifier,
CRISTA DORA'S HAIR DYE,
Far and wide, throughout the restored republic, in
defiance of rivalry and eompc.ition, it appeals
of al who design to clatho the same with the magni
ficent black or brown hues which nature has denied,
or age stolen away. Manufactured by J. CRISTA
DORO, 6 Astor House, New York. Sold by Drug
gists, Applied by all Hair Dressers.-v7ns-lin.
MAN HOOD AND YOITHFUL VIGOR are
ra;i 11 I ,>,'il-:MN OLD' s Evruacr BUCHU.
ENFEEBLED AND DELICATE CONSTITU
TIONS, of boih sexes, use Helmbnld's Extract, Bu
chu. It will eerisk andgive energetic feelings and
enable you to sleep well.
Dr: LI'GOL of Paris, one of the most eminent
Chemists ot Europe, said :
' The most astounding results may be anticipated
when lodine can be dissolved in pure water."
Dr. H. AMOURS, after fifteen years of scientific re
search and experiment, has succeeded in dissolving
one and one quarter grains of lodine to each fluid
ounce of water, and the most astounding results have
followed its use, particularly in Scrofula and kin
dred diseases. Circulars free.
Dr. H. Anders' lodine Water is for sale by J. P"
DINSMORE, 36 Dey Street, New York, and all i
The Dew system ot Advertising adopted by
i Geo. P. Rowell Sc. Co., Advertising Agents,
j No. 40 Park Row, New York, is attracting a
good deal of attention.
The following extract from a speech deliv
ered before the N. Y. State Editorial Conven
tion, (lately holden at Penn Yan,)by a prom
inent Advertising Agent of N. Y. city, goes
to show that he at least acknowledges its
From JameMovrt, N. Y. Journal of Aug 2nd
Edited by C. E. BISHOP, Chairman of
Committee on ADVERTISING AGENCIES.
"Mr. Petliogill spoke in opposition to that
plan from the publisher's stand point alone.
He showed the publishers that by this system
|of contracting they were giving lower rates
than they gave their own home customers or
| others equally as prompt and good customers;
that thev were selling one portion of their
paper to be used to compete with and under--
bid the other columns ; that the owner of the
space thus sold could come right, in and beat
the publisher's prices aed take his business
away from him ; that if the publishers, lully
understanding this, still wish to continue
so irregular and business like a system he
(Pettingill & Co.) should of cotirse cease try
mg to get advertising for the papers at their
regular rates and go into the other system of
contracting—which he could stand if the
The anxiety on the account, of newspapers
is uncalled for. There is not one in twenty
which would not prefer to receive all their
foreign patronage on this plan, when it is
fully understood. It is too generally recog
nized as thoroughly beneficial to all parties
concerned to be injured in the least by any
thing which may be said against it by inter
Advertiser* should send for a circular giv
ing full explanations.
F)M,OCK INSTITUTE, a first class Hoard
ing School for Boys. at Pitts field, Mass. Fall
Term of cO weeks begins Oct. 4 1867. For particu- j
ars address Rev. W. C. RICHARDS, Principal.
Have you seen the "PENN LETTER BOOK." for
oopying "letters without the use of either press or
water ! It saves time, labor, and the expense of n
copying press- For sale by 1< first class stationers,
and at the office of the "Penn Manufacturing Works
702 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Pa.
A few more good Agents Wiated fer General L. C !
Baker's "HISTORY OF THE 4ECRETSERVICE." i
Increased commission allowed, and gTeater induce
ments offered Addross, P. GARRET A CO., Box,
217, Philadelphia, Pa.
f?A[IA AGENTS wanted, to sell Six New In- j
Ol_/v7Vr vent lons, of great value to families - all 1
pay great profits. Scud 25c. md get 80 pages and
sample gratis. Agents havs made 8100,000. —
Ephraim Brown. Lowell. Mas.-ac husetts.
A Treatise oil Deafness, Catarrh, C on
sumption and Cancer. Their causes and means of I
immediate relief and speedy .are, gent free. Send
particulars to Dr. STILWELu, No. 40 couth 6th St. i
Williamsburg, L- I.
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t Corset Skirt Supporter
Combines in one garment a PER
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fered the ;üblic. It places the
weight of 'he skirts upon the
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improves the form without tight
lacing; give: ease and elegance;
is approved aid recommended by
J. B. S2CXDERS A CO.,
9g I'utnmer iSt., Boston.
PAINTS FOR FARMERS
AND OTHERS.—THE GRiFTON MINERAL
PAINT COMPANY are now manufacturing the
Best, Cheapest aud inost Duraoe Paint in use ; two
coats well put on mixed with pi re Linseed Oil, will
last 10 or 15 veers; it is of u licbt brown or beauti
ful chocolate color, anil can be changed to greeD,
lead, stone, olive, drab or cream to suit the taste of
the consumer. It is valuable for Houses. Barns,
Fences, Agricultural Implement'.Carriage and Car
makers, Pails and Wooden-Wire, Canvas, Metal
and Shingle Roofs, (it being Firi and Water proof,)
Bridges, Burial Cases, Canal Boits, Ships and Ships'
Bottoms, Floor Oil Cloths, (one Manufacturer having
used 5000 bbls. the past year.) aid as a paint for any
purj>ose is unsurpassed for Body durability, elastic
ity and adoesiveness. Price <6 aer bbl.. which will
supply a farmer for years to cme. Warranted in
all cases as above Send for a circular, which gives
full purtienlars. None genuine u less branded in a
trade mark Grafton Mineral Paid. Address DAN
IEL BIDWELL, Proprietor, 254 Pearl st, N. Y.
YOU' RE WANTED ! LOOK HERE 1
Agents, both male and lemale.ranted everywhere
to sell the PATENT IMPROVE) INK RESER
VOIR, (by which Imm one to two >ages can be writ
ten without replenishing with ink) and oar Fancy
nnd Itry Good*, etc. Can clear froa $3 to <lO a day.
No capital required. Price 10 celts, with an ad
vertisement describing an article fur sale in our
Dollar Purchasing Agency, CIRCULAR* SENT
EASTMAN & KEN I>ADI
GS Hailover St., Boston, Mass.
DEAFNESS CURED. The Organic Vibrator
fit* into the ear, is Dot preceptihle, aid enables deaf
persons to hear distinctly at Church and at public
assemblies, Send particulars to I>. STTLWELL,
No. 45 South 6th Street, Williamslurg, N. Y.
WE ARE COMING,
And will present to any person senling us a club in
our Great One Price Silo, of Dry aid Fancy Goods,
Acs a Silk Dress Pattern. Piece of fheeting, Watch
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sent to any address free. Address J S. H AWES A
CO., 30 Hanover St., Boston Mass. P. 0. Box 5125.
Thirteen Years Ago
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with which he ha* cured hundreds ol cases of Par
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Genito-Urinary Organs, and their oonaequences,and
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All who would avoid the barbarous treatment with
Mercury, Copaiba, Injections, Cauterotations, Quack
Specifics, Antidotes and Instruments should own
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or by letter, No* 173 Broadway.N. Y'., from 10 A. M
to SP. M. Post Office Box 844., N. Yis all the ad
dress required. Cont'd tat iun, Adeiee, (r Medicine
<5. in all cases in advance.
"We concur with other papers in recommending
Dr LARMONT and his work."— Courier dee Etas
Unit, German die Reform, Dispatch, Staat* Zti•
tung, Atlas, Medical Review. ifc.
A WATCH FREE.—a Silver P. WatchTliven
Gratis to the purchaser of Every 100 of Kenne
dy's Mainotb Prire Stationery Packages, the largest
in the world. (As an inducement to have them in
troduced,(agents sell the packages as fast as tbey
can reach tbeui out 30 Dollars per day can be made
sure. We bare agents that sell on an average 1000
per week. Price per hundred, 15 Dollars, Retail
at 25 cents. And a Watch in the bargain that will
retail lor <ls more. For lull particulars of Prixe
Package, and other saleable goods,address R, MON
ROE KENNEDY, Cor. 6th and Wood St., Pitts
Principals of Academies, Seminaries. Ac., should
consult us in regard to advertising No charge for
information. GEO- f. ROW ELL A CO., Advertising
Agents, N. Y.
If you wish to Adevrtise you should consult GEO.
P, ROWELL & CO., 40 Park Row, N. Y.
LEMON SCHOOL DISTRICT.
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTB AND EXPENDI
TURES FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING
JUNE IST 1807.
Amount of School Duplicate 8" 17,08
Amount received from other Districts 29,28
Amount paid to teachers #360,72
" " " Collector and Treasures 32,08
" ' Secretary 9,00
" Exonerations and Mistakes 20,93
Balance in Treasury, unexpended 124.63
NATHAN KEIM. President.
GEO W ALLACE, Seci.'y.
LOSS* MILLS &CO,
Corner Tioga and Warrgn Streets,
Are now opening a large stocko
IRON, STEEL & NAILS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Var
nishes, Turpentine, Benzine, Nail
Rods, Building Hardware, Mechan- j
ics Tools, Wooden Ware, Brushes of j
all kinds, Cutlery, Shovels, Seives,
Lamps, Lanterns, Oil Cloth, Rosin,
Ropes, aiso Hatchets, wrenches &c. |
HARNESS MAKERS HARDWARE,
' Buckles, Japanned Buckles, Silver plated
Bitts of every kind, Haraea, Iron Pad
Trees, Saddle Trees, Gig Trees, Birth
Web, worsted and Cotton, Thread, Silk
: Awls, and needles, llalter Chains, Trace
Chains, &c. Ac.
PAINT? AND OILS,
SPERM, AND LUBRICATING OILS
WINDOW and PICTURE frames,
GLASS OF ALL KINDS.
A T ails and Hand-Rakes at
wholesale and retail.
All of which have been
SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE,
and expressly for this market, and
all they ask is an examination of the
goods to satisfy all of the truth of
what we say. Remember the place.
ROSS, MILLS <Si Co.
Tnnk. Pa. May 20th, 1867.
NEW WORK ON SINGING.
TffESTY MELODIC EXERCISES,
IN FORM OF
OL7EGG 70S FOH SOTXAJVO O'Ji
MEZZO SO'JTiA.YO VOICES,
Studies to acquire the Art of Sintjing
"These exercises were composed to be usod simul
taneously with his system, "THE ART OF SI.NGIKU,"
or with any other mclhotl for the cultivation of the
voice, and will take the place of CONCOXE'S SOL
FEGGIOS ; being inure melodious aud better adapt
ed for teaching
'■Some of these exercises are specially beautiful
as well as useful, a mingling of the dulre et utile
which secures the interest as well as the improve
ment of the student. The various sty leg levc'opcd
in these exercises reader them invaluable in an edu
cational point of view, as they tend to enlarge the
intelligence and the appreciation, and at the same
time form the taste of the pupil. They must bo
studied carefully with reference to the innumerable
marks of expression and forms of ornamentation.—
Upon the minute accuracy with which these are ac
complished dopends the actual sterling advancement
of the pupil; any evasion or slurring in these re
spects is time and effort utterly wasted, while, on
the other hand, a close and patient.investigation,and
a minutely and faithful execution of them will give
unexpected power and facility, nnd open to the
student the means and resources by which great
artists produce their most brilliant and profound ef
fects. — liaison's Art Journal.
In Two Volumes.
Price, each, in Boards, Retail, <2 00
do. do, in Cloth. Retail, 250
A Sample Copy sent by Mail, post paid, on receipt
of Wholesale Price, <1.50
Published by WM. HALL & SON,
No 543 Broadway. N. Y.
Publishers and dealers in Music, and M.mnfactur- ■
era oi FLUTES, FIFES, FLAGEOLETS, Ac„ Ac.
Send for catalogue of prices.
iVE W If AN C Y
Tioga Street, Tunkbannock, Pa.
MUS. E UKASE.
HAVIN B lately opened a new Fancy Store,, of
fers for sale an entirely new assortment of
Dress Trimmings, White Goods. Embroideries
Ladies Zepher, in all colors. Kid Gloves, Cuffs and
Collars, Lace, Veils, Coreetts, Ladies No-kties, best,
quality of Combs, Needles and Thiead of the best
quality, aud Fancy Notions of every variety, a
large stock of
Including China, Brouie, Papier Mache Tin, Rose
wood, Glass, Pewter, Wooden, Parian aud Candv
Cosmatics Ac., Such as Pomades, Oils, Bnndolina
bloom of youth and Paints, Rouge, Lilly White Ac
MRS. E. LEASE.
Tunkhnnnnck May 1, 1366
"GET THE BEST "
RTVBH 3.000 FINE ENGRAVINGS.
20,000 Words and Meanings not in other Diction
A necessity to every intelligent family, student,
teacher and professional man.
i "THB NKW WEBSTER glorious- it is perfect—it
! distances and defies compei'tion—it leaves notrilng
to be desired."—J. H Rayn'ond, LC, JJ , Pres. <y
i Vassar Coll
1 "All young persona should havS a standard Dic
tionary at their elbows. And while you are about
! it GET THK BEST; tbatDietionary is XoA It WEBSTER'S
' —the great irork unabridged If you a r e too poor,
! save the amount Irorn off your back to put 'Oto your
i "Every PARMFR should give bis sonstwoortbr.se
j square rods of ground, well prepared, with the avails
I of which they may buy it. Every MKCHARIC should
put a receiving box in some conspicuous ibaoe in the
house to catch the stray pennies tor the like purpose,
i J.ay it npon you table by the side of the Bible ;
it is a better expnuoder than many which claim to
be expounders. It is a great labor-saver ; it has
saved us time enough to in one year's use to pny for
I itself ; and that mast be deemed good property which
; will clear itself once a year. It you have any doubt
i iibnnt 'he precise meaning of the word CLEAR. in the
! last sentence, look at Webster's nine definitions ot
! the v. T." —MASSACHUSETTS LIKE BOAT.
fn ono vol of 1,840 Royal Quarto Pages.
Published by (1. A C. MERRIAM, Springfield, Mass. 1
Sold by all Booksellers. v6n43-tf.
RAIL RAD CO.
! 7EEIE PEES7 MOETGAGE
As an Investment.
The rapid progress of the Union Pacific Railroad
i now building west from Omaha, Nebraska, and for- (
rningt with its western c mnecti >ns, an unbroken line i
i across the continent, attracts attention to the value 1
of the First Mortgage Bonds which the Company
now offer to the public. The first question asked by ,
prudent investors is, "Are these bonds secure I"
Next, "are they a profitable investment ?" to reply
Ist. The early completion of the whole great line
to the Pacific is as certain as any future business
eventjean be. The Government grant of over twen
ty million acres of land and fifty million dollars in (
its own bonds practically guarantees it. One fourth i
of the work is already done, and the trsck continues j
to be laid at the rate of two tniles a day.
; 2d. The Union Pacific Railroad bonds are issned j
upon what promises to be one of the most profitable i
lines of railroad in the country. For many years it ,
must be the only line connecting the Atlantic and
Pacific; and being without competition, it can main
tain remunerative rates,
3d 425 miles of this rond arc finished, and fully
equipped with depots, locomotives, cars, Aj., and
two trains are daily running each way. The materi
als for the .emaining 131 miles to the eastern base
of the Rocky Mountains are on hand, and it is under 1
contract to be done in beptember.
4th The net earnings of the sections already fin
ished are scrcral limes greater than the gold inter
est upon the First Mortgage Bonis upon snch sec
tions, and if not another mile of the road were built
the part already completed would not only pay in
terest and expenses, but be profitable to the Com
sth. The Union Pacific Railroad bands can be is
ued only as the road progresses, and therefore can
never be in the market unless they represent a bona '
6th. Their amount is is strictly limited by law to \
a sum equal to what is granted by the U. S. Gov- j
eminent, and for whi hit takes a second lien as its |
security. This amount upon the first 517 ici.ce west
from Amaha is only 816.900 per mile.
7th The fact that the U. 5. Government consid
ers a second lien upon the road a good investment,
and that sonic of the shrewdest rai'road builders of
the country have alread- paid in five million dol
lars u|*>n the stock (which is to them a third lien),
may well Inspire confidence in a first lien
Bth. Although it is uot claimed that there can be i
iry better eei unties that Governments, there are j
parties who consider a first mortgage upon such a ;
property as this the very best security in the world,
and who sell their Governments to re-invest in these
bonds—thus securing a greater interest.
9th. As the Union Pacific Railroad bands are offer
ed for the present at 90 cents on the dollar and ac
crued interest, they are the cheapest security in the
market, being over 15 per cent, less than U. S.
10th, At the current rate of of premium on gold, |
they pay I
Over .Vine per Cent. Interest.
The daily subscriptions are already large, and
the will continue to be received in New York by the
Continental National Bank, No, 7
Clark, Dodge & Co., Bankers, 5l
John J. Cisco &, Son, Bankers, No.
33 B all St.
and by BANKS AND BANKER? generally through
out the United States, of whom maps and descriptive
pamphlets mny be obtained, Tbey will also be sent
by mail from the Company's Office, No. 20 Nassau
Street, New York, on application. Subscribers will
select their own Aevnts in whom they have confi
dence, who alone will be responsible to them for the
safe delivery of the bonds.
JOHN J. CISCO, Treasurer,
CAME to the enclosure of the subscriber, on or
about the 20th May Inst
A YEARLING STEER.
The owner is requested to come forward, prrive
property, pay charges—of advertising Ac.—and take
it away; otherwise it will be disposed of according
to law Win. E CAIRL
Monroe, August 26th, 1867. v7n43w
HELMUOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT"
Is a certain cure lor diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS. GRAVEL. DROPSY, OR
GANIC WELLNESS, FEMALE, COMPLAINTS,
and all diseases of the
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause originating and no matter of
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these organs require the use of a
If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or
Insanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are sup
ported from these sources, and the
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a re
HEI.MBOLD'P EXTRACT BCCni\
Established upwards of 13 years, prepared by
H. T HEI.NIBOI.IH
594 Broadway, New York, and
104 South 10th Street,Philadelphia,Pa
U. I INTERNAL REVENUE'
Notice is hereby given that the Annual list of
Excise taxes for 1867 has been transmitted to me by
the Assessor, and the same has become due and pay
able. All persons Assessed in the County of
Will make payment to F. M CRANK, Deputy Col
lector, on or before the 6th day of September. 1867
at his office in the store of Daniel Wright, in Tunk
Notice is also given that all persons who neglect or
refuse to pay the duties and taxes Assessed upon
them within the time specified, will become liable to
pay the penalties imposed by law, in addition.
11. L. SCOTT,
Collector 13/A District, Penria
Collector's Cffice, Towandn. Pa., Aug 17. "67
Teeth Positively Extracted
NEW PHOC ESS.
KB ' s KMrAmpj" ER -
This Substance Is applied directly to the gams,
producing a nutnboesa (local Anaeethesbi) of only the
parts aroand the tooth, wberebv it can be extracted
without any pain whatever, and without unpleasant*
J oese to the Patient:
CALL AT MY OFFICE AND BE CONVINCED,
J. P. SEI'MOVE,
j Laceyville, Pa.—v7flo-3oi:
'BARBER AND HAIR-DRESS RE
Takes pleasure in announcing to bif old customers
and the public, generally, that he haa now secured
i the services as an assistant—ot
j. LATE FROM PAKIS.
Those wishing a rood skate or other work in his
line can now be accommodated without the vexatious
! deli ys experienced at "one horse" shops.
CURLING, sc.. ks.
done in the best style and at reasonable rates.
POMADES, PEEP I/MEET and
always on hand, an i for sale at the old stand on
Tunkbannock, Pa; Feb. 12, 1067 v6n27-tf_
SU F At! E PL A N gl G and
MATCHING, CIRCULAR and
ALL KINDS of MACHINERY repair
in good style
PL W, ARROW CULTIVA
on hand or to order.
Power and hand Corashellers; and
Farming tools generally,
MILLER A AVERY,
SHERMAN & LATHROP,
(Successors to John Weil,)
AT THE OLD STAND, NEXT DOOR TO THB
Take pleasu.e/n announcing to the people of Wyo
ming County, that they are now receiving from New
York one of the largest and most complete assort
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS
WOH fc'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOE* ;
CASSIMERES AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
and a large stock of
pureffwed from a first class New York House at pri
ces trim 10 to 2D per cent. lower than the usual
rates; enabling th-in to dispose of them at prices
BELOW ALL COMPET/TOE*
Having had 20 year's experience in this business
they teel certain that they can secuie a trade at
this point; and to do this,they anly ask the people to
COMB ADD ?EH THKIR GOODS AXII PRICES,
Of ALL KINDS
tiken at the highest market rates in exchange for
Goods or Cash at the option of the seller,
H. N. SHERMAN,
I, B. LATUItOp,
Tank. Pa. Apr 16 1867.
A LARGE STOCK OF CARPETS,
Cash for Veal skins and Hides.
BHLl; MAN d LA Til OP.
The subscriber hag now on hand anjjwill |hcreaf
ter constantly keep
A FrNK LOT of SMOOTH WELL BURKED
BRICK, at big brick yard opposite Pal en A Brue
AY TUXKUAJ, IYOCAZ
which will be *>M cheap, and in quantities to sui
11. W, RHODES
FOR NON-RETENTION OK INCONTINENCE
of I rino, irritation, inflamation, or ulceration of the
bladder, of kidneys, diseases of the prostrate glands,
stone in the bladder, calculus, gravel or brick dust,
deposits, and all diseases ot the bladder, kidneys,
end dropsical swell! ings.
USF HRI inmut's Ftrti> FvrKAcr Bt ouu.