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T)m e Table.—ThQ corrected Time Table of the
j, 'nv;irc, Lackawanna and Western Railroad ap
jrs in our advertising columns to-day.
•uccefsl ul, because of superior merit. Mr*. S.
j Ulcus Improved (neic style) Hair Restorer or
;.- e .-itig (in one buttle.) Price One Dollar
Temperance Lecture.— The Rev F. L. Ilill-
Wavcrly, Pa-, it is announced, will deliver a
I -dure at the M. E. Church at this place this—
V'ednesJay - evening.
Masonic.— The next.regular Communication of
Tempte Lodge No. 249 A.Y. M.; will be held at
their llall in Tunkbannock, on Monday evening
text (9th inst.) A general attendance is requested.
\lmost a Centenarian.—We saw watkiog
!„,ut town the other day-fifteen miles from home
_Mr Mathew l'lienix, who has reached the remark
sole age 9" X eare - r - PBenix does not appear
to be above 60 years, and walks with a firm, elastic
jtep. and upright mien, which certainly give prorn
yt. of half teoTt more t years'.
\ True Baßam.'~Dr Wistar's Balsam of Wild
rberrv is truly a balsam. It contains the balsamic
principle of the Wild Cherry, the balsamic proper
ty of tar and of pine. Its ingredients are all bal
samic. Coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, and
ton.viuipfion speedily disappear under its balsamic
Wintry.—During the past few days we have had
a ahght touch of Winter weather without snow
e&ughtc brag about, o enough rain to fill the
re ne and wells, which are said to be—like the
g ...is oflhose who advertiee in the Democrat—low
er :lia,C!iy haqj been for years before. We hope
ail pi)#, pec pie will pray for the continuance of the
rr'cn of cheap calicoes—and as to the other matter,
Irt there be a regular old fashiincd " waterfall."
Pyramids of lcaches,—Our neighbor across
tie way, B. M. Stone, who bis taken Fort Sumpter,
in order to secure it troiu invasion, has built around
its walls iin me use pyramids of peaches. This build
in: pyramids is an old fogy way of fortifying which
an old Egyptian, named Cheops, tried in the year
oi.c. lien, will find that it won't work so well in
these modern times. His pyramids will be demol
ished and the cheap groceries in the fort will all be
captured before the proprietor is aware of the design
of the vandals.
River Bridge Meeting.—A meeting of the
t i. kboMers and others interested in the rebuilding
of the bridge sit this place, was held at the office of
Win M Piatt. Esq ,on Monday lost. Several new
subscriptions to the stock were made, and many of
tli original subscribers doubled their subscriptions
There arc still one or two hundred shares yet to be
taken, which it i* hope J wil 1 all be subscribed on or
lef 're the next general meeting, which it was re
ei'.vcd to hold at the same place on Saturday the
All stockholders and others interested, are ex
it ted to be present, as important business will
c ;ce up for their consideration and a:tioa.
Collision*—Although the Railroad is not com-
I >ted to this place, yet a collision occurred a few
day- ag >by one of the L. V R. U cars running
against a canal l.ri.lge near Daniel Newman's, about
three niilos d t\vn the river, completely demoi'shing
• lie same. The cau-o of the accident was not from
running off the track, neither was it from running
:s-ter than the time-table allows; but is supposed
t have occurred from either the bridge being too
;w or the car too high to pis- fcifely under. No
' VPS wer# lost in this terrible sm isVup; nnd the
only damage done,was to the c.ina 1 bridge, which is
a total wreck.
I lie Show,- -We notice in all of our recent ex
changes that Dan Rice, the great Circus-man, has
retired from the show business, having, at it is stat
ed, acquired a fortune at it. It has not yet been
tirCniiely announced that Vanamburg, Barnura and
other menagerie men have ceased to exhibit their
living animals to the wondering millions They are
however about closing nut their extensive stocks of
varmints," and wi'l henceforth associate with two
legged folks. We are led to this conclusion by an
evunuiatioft of Ihe piles of furs of every description
recently brought from the cities by Sherman A La
throp of this place. Judging from what we have
seen ihrc is not in all the country a half dozen living
animals. Do not, gentle reader, imagine from this
ther. will be no more shows. In fact, the shows
fcnvf just commenced ' Go to Sherman A Lathrop's
and see for yourself. Admission Free—children,
half price. G-'-ids so losr that the smallest figures
in the book—(though they have good characters for
trutb)-*wnuld tell whopping big lies about them,
The Teachers' Institute for this County
opened yesterday. The attendance is not so large
*s it should be. Professor Boyd, of York County, is
present, aiding in an I con.iu -tiiig the (xereises.—
Teachers ar. l others cannot fail to derive much ben
efit froin bis practical suggestions. Last evening he
delivered a fine Lecture to a rather small audience.
The mite meeting was thought by many to be a more
imjortant matter to attend to. The Lecturer will
remain during the whole of the week, and if time
an I opportunity is afforded, deliver addresses on
The Relation of Geographical Science to History."
" The Relations of Teach .is and I'areDts." " Histo
ry and Meaning of Geographical Names." 'Course
of Study for American Boys," or other interesting
It is to be hoped that our young men and women
will, just for a few evenings, forego the pleasure of
these " ring-around'y-rosy" plays, which they so
hugely enjoy, and attend. These Lectures cannot
tail to afford more rational enjoyment and benefit,
to both old and young, than any of the occupations
' r pastlhxss ip which they will engag® during the
week. During the remainder of the Professor 8 visit,
let's give hiui a crowded house, every evening.
At this Season of the year, when so many peo
ple are suffering from colds, we ca 11 attention to
AyerisCherrv Pectoral as a sure cure not only for
coughs aad colds, but all affections of the lungs -ud
throat. Having used it in our family for many
years, we can speak from personal knowledge of its
efficiency. There may be other remedies that are
good, but in all our experience this has proved to be
ly far the best. Its qualities are uniform and whol
ly reliable. It is pleasant to take, and should be
kept at command, by every family, a* a protection
''gainst a class of complaints which seem harmless
iu tie beginning, bu( become afflicting and danger
ous if neglected.— iV. //. Register.
*!x P's—Poets- Painters--Preachers —Players—
I'-'inters end Pfiliti claws— all suffer from Dyspepsia,
Neiwotsness. Loss of Appetite. Liver ComplaJata,and
k|l diseases which they may cure or nrevent by the
use of Plantation Bitters. If those sufferers took
thee Bitters, the Poetry would be purer, the Paint
ings grander, the Sermons livelier, the Acting truer,
the Printing neater, and the Politics honester. This
splendid tonic invigorates the sys;em, and enables
the brain -to, work healthily.
Perhaps no article was ever so well endorsed by
all nho have used it.
A delightful toilet article—superior to Co
logne and at half the price.
< < inmcrclal College.— I The sueeess of Gardner's
business College and Ladies' Academy,at Scranton;
las -urpassed all expectation. Tfas coaoge of study
i> nwre thorough—the tcrins are cheaper- and give
letter satisfaction than any other of the
kind in Northern Pennsylvania. Life Scholarship
k?5.10. Clubs at reduced rates. 9et)d for College
Paper giving full particulars. Address J. N- Gard
Dr. WISTAR B BALSAM OF WILD
Where thU article is known it is a work of super
ero'gation to say one word in its favor, so well is
it established as an unfailing remedy for Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asth
ma, diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs, as
well as that most dreaded of all diseases. Consump
tion, which high medical authority has
to be an incurable disease: Those who have used
this remedy know its value ; those who hare not,
have but to make a single trial to be satisfied that
of all others it is the remedy.
Thr Rev. JACOB SECHLER,
well known and much respected among the German
population of this country, writes us follows :
HSHOVKR, Pa„ Feb. 16, 1859.
Messrs. S. W. FOWLE t Son, BOSTON.
IEAR SIRS :—Having realised in my family im
portant benefits from the use of your valuable pre
paration—Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cheiry—if af
fords me pleasure to recommend it to the public
Some eight years ago, one of my daughters seemed
to be in a decline, and little hopes of her recovery
wcr entertained. I then procured a brittle of your
excellent Balsam, and before she bad taken the
whole of it there was a great improvement in her
health I have ,in iny individual case, made fre
quent use of your valuable medicine, and have al
ways been benefited by it. /I could, hoicever, cau
tion the public against imposition because there is a
good deal of spurious Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry afloat throughout the country.
None genuine unless signed ' I BUTTS," on the
Prepared by SETH W FOWLE A SON, 18 Tre
mont St., Boston, and for sale by Druggists general
GRACE'S CELEBRATED SALVE.
From Mr. James Curlin, of Amesbury, Mass.
"X was afflicted with a severe felon on one of my
fingers, and tried many remedies without relief My
friends induced me to apply your Salve. In two
days it evtracted the intlaination from my finger so
as to enable ine to resume my work. 1 can almost
say that the Salve worked like magic, for it effected
a cure without leaving a scar I unhesitatingly
pronounce Grace's Suite an excellent remedy and
do not doubt it will be appreciated throughout the
ONLY 25 CENT? A BOX.
SETH W FOWLE A SON. Boston. Proprie
tors. Sold bC Apothecaries and Grocers generally.
ITS EFFECT 13
AX I n A liOU 8.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
It is a perfect and wonderful article. Cures bald
ness. Makes hair grow. A better dressing than
any "oil" or ''painatuui." Softens brash, dry and
wiry hair into Beautiful Silken Tresses. But, above
all, the great wonder is the rapidity with which it
restories GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COL
The whitest and worst looking hair resumes its
youthful beauty by its u-e. It docs not dye the
hair, but strikes at the root and fills it with new
life and coloring matter
The first application will do good ; you will sec
the NATURAL COLOR reluming every day, and
BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,
the old, gray, discolored appearance of the hair will j
be gone, giving place to lustrous, shining and beau
Ask for Hall's Sicilian II :ir Rencwer ; no other
article is at all like it in effect
See that each bottle has our private Government
•Stamp over the top ol the bottle. AU other* are
R. I*. HALL A CO: Nashua, N. 11. Proprietors- '
For sale by all drugg'ts.
A HDRESS TO THE KRRVOUS AND DEltlL
f\ itated whose sufferings have been protracted 1
from hidden causae, and whose cases require prompt
treatment to render existence desirable. If you are
suffering or have suffered froui iuvoluutary discbar
ges, what effect docs it produce upon your general
health 7 Do yon feel weak, debilitated, easily
tired 7 Does a little extra exertion produce palpi
tation of the heart! Doea your liver, or urinary
organs, or your kidneys, frequently get out of order 7
Is your urine sometimes thick, milky, or flacky, or
is it ropy on settling 7 0' dm a a thick scum rise to
the top 1 Or is a sediment at the bottom alter i
has stood awhile! Do you have spells of short
breathing or dyspepsia ? Are your bowels constipa
ted ! Do you have -pells of fainting or rushes of
blood to the head ! Is your memory impaired 7 Is .
youi mind constantly dwelling upon this subject I
Do you feel dull, li.-tless. moping, tired of company,
of life 7 Do you wish to be left alone, to getaway
from everybody ! Does any little thing make you
start or junio ! Is your sleep broken or restless ?
Is the lustre of your eye as brilliant ! The bloom
on your check as bright ! Do you enjoy yourself in
society as well 7 Do you pursue your business with
the same energy 7 Do you feel us much conidence
in yourself.' Are your spirits dull and flagging,
given to fita of melancholy 7 If ao, do not lay it to
vour liver or dyspepaia Have you restless nights 7
Your back weak, your knees weak, and have but
litt'e appetite, and you attribute this to dyspepsia
. liver complaint!
Now, reader, self-abuse, veneral diseases badly
ured, ami sexual excesses, are all capable ol pro
ducig a weakness of the generative organs. The or.
gnns of generation, when in perfect health make the
man. Did you ever think that those bold, defiant,
energetic, persevering, successful business men are
always those whose generative organs are in per
fect health 7 You nover hear such men complain of
ta-ing melancholy, of Dervousneas, of palpitation of
the heart They are never afraid they cannot suc
ceed in business; they don't become sad and discour
aged ; they are always polite and pleasant.in the
company of ladies, and look you and them right in
the face-none of your downcast looks er any other
meanness about them. Ido not mean those who
keep the organs inflamed by running to excess.
These will not only ruin their constitutions, but also
those they do business with or for.
flow many men from badly cured diseases from
the effects of self-abuse and oxcesses, have brought
about that state of weak [less in those organs that has
reduced the general system so much as to induce al
most every other disease idiocy, lunacy, paralysis,
spinal affections, suicide, and almost every other
form of disease which humanity is heir to. and the
real cause of the trouble scarcely ever suspected,
and have doctored for all but the right one.
Diseases of these organs require the use of a diu
retic. IIELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
is the great Diuretic, and is a certain cure for dis
eases of the Bladder. Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Or
ganic Weakness, Female Complaints. General Debil
ity, and all diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether
existing in Male or Female, from whatever cause
originating and no matter of bow long standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or
Insanity may ensue. Our flesh aod blood are sup
ported from these sources, and the health and happi
ness, and that of posterity, depends upon a prompt
use of a reliable remedy.
Helmbold's Extract Buchu, established upward of
18 years, prepared by H. T. lIELMBGLD,
694 Broadway, New York, and
104 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa
Phicb— sl,2s per bottle, or 6 bottles for_s6,so,
delivered to any address. Sold by all druggists ev
The Rkv. EDWARD A. WILSON will send ffree
of charge) to all who dessre it. the prescription with
the directions ,or making and using the simple rem
edy by which he was cured of ft lung affectum and
that'dread disease Consumption His only object is
to benefit the afflicted and he hopes every sufferer
wilt 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 York
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Neivous
Debility, Premature decay, and all the effects of
youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, send free to all who need it the recipy
and directions for making the simple remedy be
which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by
the advertiser's ex|)rienee, can do ao by addressing
in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDON, 43 Cedar Street, New York.
TAKE NO MORE UNPLEASANT AND UN
SAFE REMEDIES for unpleasant and dangerous
diseas :s. Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu Wt t<*t
ftoved Rose Wash.
$.5000 IN GOLD,
IN GREENBACKS, $5Ol.
Worth of WHEAT,
in exchange for
HATS AC CAPS, BOOTS A SHOES,
Flour Sl Feed, Meal & Bi ail,
PORK and FISH,
GREEN and DRIED FRUIT,
STONE anl HARD
COAL, large and small sites,
which I offer
for sale cheap
taken in exchange,
at the old stand, formerly occupied by Wheeluck, om
Bridge Street. ,
Tunkhannoclt, Pa. Dec. 3, 1567-v7nlß-tf.
IS THE MOST AVAILABLE MAN
For President in 1868!
And the best place to buy your
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS iV SHOES,
OBIGS & MEDICIs,
BATS & CAPS, M, K,
Is at the Sture if
JENNINGS & CO,
Where may be found a new and extensive stock of
the atxive GOODS, in.-ludmg, also,
LADIES' ami CHILDREN'S FURS,
Lunliing Glasses, Clocks, Horse Blankets, Ladies'
ai d Gents Shawls, \c , VE.,
and in fact everything usually found in a country
Store, whi h we will sell at tho
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Please give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
JENNINGS A CO.
Mehoopany. R.i, Nov. 6, 1967.—v7n15tn2.
LACK A WESTERN R R.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE.
WESTWARD | EASTWARD.
Passenger Mail Mail Passenger
Train. Train. STATIONS. Train. Train.
A M. P. M.
9XO New York'* 5,50
11.30 New Hampton, 2.30
1143 Washington, 2 15
12.03 Oxford, 2.01
12.15 Bridgeville, 1.50
12.30 Manuuk Chunk, 1.10
Dine. 100 Delaware, 1.35 Dine.
1.10 Mount Bethel, 110
P. M, '
1;25 Water Gap, 12,51
1.40 Stioudsburg, 12-36
1 SI Spragaeville 12.24
2.02 Henryville, 12 14
2.20 Oakland. 11.56
2 39 Forks, 1137
3.00 Tobyhanna, 11 17
3.14 Oouldshoro', 10.04
3,36 Moscow, 10.40
3.47 Dunning, 10.30
4 20Ar ) C L 10.00
A. M. > SCRAXTOS. J P M
10.10 4-35Le ) ( Ar.9.50 6.25
10.40 4 57 Clark's Summit, 9.28 5.53
10 53 5.05 Abington, 920 5.40
11.13 5.21 Factoryville, 904 5.21
11.43 5.41 Nicholson, 840 435
12.09 603 Hopbottom, 8.23 410
12 39 625 M -ntrose. 8.00 340
1.08 646 bew Milford, 7-29 3.10
1.35 705 Great Bend, 7.20 2.45
P.M. PM. AM P.M
'Station loot of Liberty St.
The MORNING TRAIN from New York con
nects at MANCNKA CHUNK with the train leav
ing Philadelphia (Kensington Depot) at 8 00 a. in.
and at GREAT BEND with the through Mail Train
on the Erie Railway, with sleeping car attached,
stopping at all the principal stations on that road,
and arriving at Buffalo at 6 15 a m , aud at Sala
manca at 5 50 a. m
The Passenger train from Scranton connects at
Great Bend with through trains going west and east
on brie Railway, arrivin - at Buffalo at 12.00 mid
night, aid at Salamanca at 11.55 p. u.
The MORNING TRAIN from Great Bend con
nects there with the Cincinnati Express on the Erie
Railway from the West; at Manunka Chunk with
a train for Philadelphia, Easton, Trenton, snd in
termediate stations,arriving in Philadelphia at ti.OO
p. m., and at New Hampton with a train for Ens
ton. Bethlehem, Allentown, Reading and Harris
burg, arriving at Harrisburg at B'3o p. m.
At SCKANTON, connections are made with
trains on the Lackawanr.a and Btoomsbnrg Rail
road, and on the Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.'s
Railroad, Time Tables of which roads are printed
J. M. TOUCEY, Supt.
R. A. Ila.ißY. General Ticket Agent. j29tf
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES for the Western District of Pennsylva
In the matter of William 11. Cortright, Bankrupt.
To whom it may concern • The undersigned here
by gives notice of his a,i |)ointiiient as assignee of
William 11. Cortright ofMesboppen, in the county
of Wyoming and State of Pennsylvania, within said
District, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon
bis own petition by the District Court of said Dis
Dated at Meshoppen this 2J day of December, A.
V 7nlßw3 H. P. CARTER.
THE undersigned having been appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Wyoming county an
Auditor to distribute the fand arising from the Sher
iff's sale of the real estate of Stephen B. Hunt; will
attend to the duties of his appointment at his office
in Tunklisnnook Borough on Thursday, December
26th, 1867, at 10 o'clock A. M , at which time and
place all persons interested in said distribution are
requested to present their claims or be debarred
from coming in for a share ol said fund.
HARVEY SICKCKR, Auditor,
i Tuokhaopoek, De#. 3, Id67.T?nISwV
| Ijiffo 4b luitist mints.
VASMAR COLLEGE fop Young Ladles.
The Trastaes of tbjEs Institution, desiring to ex
| tend the benefits &f Mr Yasser's mdnificSnt gift for
, tbe better education of yonog women, will admit, at
any time in th Collegiate year, students prepared
to join College classes, charging expenses only .'mm
the date of their reception. Terms lew. great facil
' ities for oducation, such as Cabinets, Art Gallery,
I Library, Musical Conservatory, Ac. For circulars
J corjuming .full information, address J.
, Potighkeepsie; N Y. J
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST !
HARVEST IS OVER !
THE YIELD IS GREAT !
WINTER IS CUMING!
ArW JDOW fs the tiind TO TAKE \
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$1 OO tar We have not
liifKPn discontinued, nor do we
intend to cease packing
IN THIS I) It AN l> SI OO Dally in papers j
Dail) . of Tobacco,
'-.reports to the contrary
„ , „ cinn xt .notwithstanding.
Mondays, One $ 100 Note °
Tuesdays, Two Filties Ijr We are uiakin
Wed'sdays, Five Twenties the CENTURY' from th
Thursdays, Ten Tens Choicest Leaf; it is free
Fridays, Twenty Fives from drugs, and it is in
Saturdays, Fity Twos every respect, the Uest
J*. A (i. LORILLAItD, Fine Cut Tobacco
16, 18 A 20, Chambers St. manufactured. Sold by
NEW YORK. all respectable jobbers.
f Corset Skirt Supporter
Combines in one garment a pkr
skct FiTTiftß CoRSKT.ar.d the roost
desirable Bkirt Supporter ever of
fered the public. It places the
weight of the skirts upon the
shoulders instead of the hips ; it
improves the form without tight
lacing; gives ease and elegance;
is approved and recommended by
I physicians Sold at ladies' fancy goods ft ores gener
ally,and at wholesale by J. B, SAUNDERS A CO,
9g SumuierSt ~ Boston,
and 22 Walker Street, N. Y.
Also by HENRY C. MOORE, 429 Market St.
Philadelphia, and STELLMANN, JIINRICHS A
CO,, 21 Hanover Street Baltimore, Md.
WANTED— AN AOENT—One ehance in each
town, worthy the attention of an active busi
ness man. to take the agency fof the sale of Brad
street's Rubber Moulding and Weather Strips, ap
| plied to the sides, bottom, top and centre of doors
I and windows. The sale is beyond anything ever of
fered before to an agent, and from kit) to *25 per
j day can be make. Send for agents' circular The
first who apply cau sccuie a bargain. Terms for
Moulding, cash. J. Ij. BRADSTREEf A CO - , Bos
"I £. TO $25 PER DAY, SI RE. Agents wnnt
ed everywhere, to sell out Patent lirer
| lust in " Wire Clothes-lines " Every house
wife should use,it."-.V. Y. Tribune. "Me have
I seen it used and it gives entire satisfaction." — N. Y.
! Christian Advocate. " The Patent Wire Clothes
! line is all it purports to be," — N. Y Independent
j Address the American Wire Co., 162 Broadway, New
! York. ; ' •' >
■*TPTPE STILE LIVE ! Don't bo hum
' bugged by Impostors or "patent" east
1 iron or machine 'Stencil tools." Send for our New
| Catalogue of IMPROVED STENCIL DIES, 20 va
rieties all of St el carefully finished no! tempered.
Is M. SPENCER A CO., Brattieboro. Vt. 3PR
CIKCLLAKA SENT FREE,
CONTAINING Lists of Dry nnd Fancy Goods,
Watches, Plated Ware Cutlery, Ac., Ac., to be
sold, ONE DOLLAR for each article. . Great induce
ments to Agents. PLUMMER A MOILTOJfj 15
REVOLUTIOM IN TRADE.
IADIES, you will be astonished at tbe value of
J all kinds of Goods sent by tbe well kuown and
' justly celebrated firm of GRAHAM A CO.
FOR ONLY ONE DOLLAR.
Such as Silk, Merino, and Alpaoce Dresses, Shawls,
! Balmorals, Linen Goods, Embossed Table Covers,
Watches, Jewelry, Silver Plated Ware, Sewing Ma
| chines, Ac. This is no humbug but a reality Send
I your clubs of ten and upwards, for checks describing
the goods, with ten cents for each check, and the
gctier up of the club will receive a valuable present,
worth front 83 to 8300, according to number of
Agents wanted In every town, Circulars sent free.
Address UKAHAM A CO., 64 A 66 Federal Street,
WE ARE COMING,
And will present to any person sending us a club in
our Great One Price Sale, of Dry and Fancy Goods,
Acs a Silk Dress Pattern, Piece of Sheeting, Watch
Ac., free of cost, Catalogue of goods, and sample,
saut to any address free. Address J. 11 AWES A
CO., 30 Hanover St., Boston Mass. I'. 0. Box 5125.
O 1 €~
It is the Heft Chance ever offered to Agents
One or two days' time will secure a good,
Sewine Machine, Watch, Silk Dress, Re
volver, or some other article of equal value, Free
of cost! Agents wanted everywhere, male and fe
male, far the best One Dollar Pawnbroker's Salo in
the country. Scud for Circular. S. C. THOMP
SON A CO.,
DISEASES OF THE GENITAL ORGANS.—
Dr. WALTER. 907 Broadway, N. Y,, devotes
particular attention to all diseases peculiar to these
organs in both sexes. Send stamp for a circular.
i( TJSYCUOMANCY, OR SOUL CHARMING."
X How either sex may fascinate and gain the
love and affections of any person they choose, intsant
ly. This simple mental acquirement all can possess,
free by mail, for 25 eents, together with a guide to
the unmarried of both sexes A queer, exciting
book. 100,000 copies seld. Address T WILLIAM
A CO , Book Publishers, Philadelphia.
A Physiological View of Marriage,
THE CHFAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED
Containing Nearly Three Hundred Pages
4od 130 fine plates and engravings of the
Anatomy of the Human Organs in a state of Health
and Disease, with a treatise on Early Errors, its De
plorable Consequences upon the mind and body,
with the Author's Plan of Treatment—the only ra
tional and successful mode ol Cure, as shown by the
report of eases treated. A truthful adviser to the
married and those contemplating marriage, who en
tertain doubts of'.heir physical condition. Sent free
of postage to any address, on receipt of 25 cents in
stamps or pottal currency, by addressing DR. LA
CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. "he
author may be consulted upon any of the diseases
upon which his book treats, either personall or by
mail. Medicines sent to any part of the worli, GPP
THE RICHEST MAN IN THE
Extract if a Lellcrfrom DaronSolomon Rothschild
PARIS, 3th Apr., 1564, 25 P.ue Faubj, St H.nore
Will ycu be kind enough to have forwarded to
mo here 200 bottles of your Indian Liniment; if
you will send at the same time the account, I will
forw ard'you the amount through Messrs. Belmont A
Co, New York
Baron Solomon Rothschild having recommended
to many of bis friends Major LANE'S LINIMENT,
and they being desirous to procure it, he should ad
vise him to establish a depot in Paris.
THE INDIAN MMMEST.
A? a relief, ever ready ; as a killer of pain,taken in- i
wardly or outwardly applied, ban no equal. For the i
relief and cure > f Rheumatic and Neuralgic Afl'ec- j
tii.nr, Sprains, Bruises, Ac., it is unequaled. It is s
alw iaot efficacious, taken inwardly, in the cure of !
Cholera, Cramp?, and Pain? in the Stomach, Diar- 1
rhoca, Ityscntery, Cholera Morbus. Cholera Infantum
Ac , and is without exception the most woderful Pan
acea the world afiords. No Family should be with
out it. Every traveler by land or sea should have a
bottle. Miners and Farmers residing at a distance |
from Physicians should keep it constantly on hand,
In cas'of Aecidenst, and sudden attacks of Stomach |
Complaints its value cannot be estimated. Inquire i
for Major LANE'S INDIAN LINIMENT, and lake j
no other Price SOcte. per bottlo. For sale at
wholesale and retail by Dernas Barnes A Co., '2l
Park Row, New York ; Gate A Robinson, 186 Green
wich-st. N. Y;F. C. Wells ACo , 192 Fulton-st.. ;
N, Y. ; Chas- N. Crittenden, 38 6th Avenue, N. Y\ !
and by respectable Druggists throughout tbe werld j
None genuine unles.- signed by John Thos, Lane and j
countersigned by J, T. LANE A CO, Proprietors, j
Hi 3 Broadway, N, Y. J yseud tor Circular. Gl'R !
QONSUMPTIOy CAN BE CURED,
The true remedy at last discovered, Upbam's Fresh
Meat Cure, prepared trom the formula of Prof. I
Trousseau of Paris, cures Consumption, Lung Diseas- j
e?, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, Marasmus, General De
bility and all morbid conditions of the system de- ,
pendent on de6ciency of vital force. It is pleasant i
to taste, and a single bottle will convince the most
skepticul of its viutue as the greit heating remedy
of the age. $1 a bottle, or six bottles for S3. Sent
by Express. Sold by S. C. UPHAM, No. 25 South
Eight St., Philadelphia, and principal Druggists.—
Circulars sent free. GPR
THE GLORY OP MAN IS STRBNGTH.—There
ore the nervous and debilitated should immediately
nse HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHW.
DANIEL WRIGHT de NEPHEW, |
AI 'lHnk kannock, 'l'a,
Ate Agents for the following, and all other responsi
ble Insurance Companies s
N. America, Philadelphia, Assets, $1,763 267;
Enterprise, " " 372,304.
Manhattan, New York, " 1 052,128.
N.Americao, *• " 755,057,
Lorillard, " " 1,436.540.
Corn Exchange, " " 501,095.
Fanners' Ins. Co., York, " 525,080
Lycoming, Money, " 2,800,000.
Home, New York. " 3,645,388*
Hartford, liartford, *' 1,i88,153.
Pbrenix, ' " 1,103.467
Travelers, '• " 741,337*
Hartford LD*e Stock, " 178,929.
Home, New Haven, " 1.438,491
Cumberland Valley, " 506.000.
N. England Mutual, " 5,000,0d0.
Property of all kinds will be insured at tbo most
reasonable rates, in any of the above companies.
Losses to insurers by Fire, accident or theft,
promptly adjusted and paid
F v 3 ' DANIEL WRIGHT
Tunk*, Pa. Sept. 16, 1067,-v7n7-tf.
11l MILLISEBY IW GOODS.
MRS. BARDWELL is now receiving a splendid
stock of SPRING A SUMMER Goods of i 11 the new
est SHAPES of FELT
and VELVET II ATS
for LADIES and CHIL
DREN. Also BONNETS,
FLOW E It S, and FEATHERS,
and a full assortment of
at prices to defy co mpctition
All the latest styles of paper patterns
SLEEVES, CLOAKS j JACKETS.
i from MADAMJS DEMOJINS2.
fqtf Dresses made, eut and basted at the shortest
| Tunkhannock, May. 22, 18g7.—vgn4l-tf.
"IT 7IIEREAS letters of administration on the es
-1 V * tate of Richard Brungess late of II indham
township, deceased, have been granted to the sub
scriber All, persons indebted to the said estate, arc
1 requested to make immediate settlement, and those
I having claim* or demaßd* against the same, will
' present tbeiu duly authenticated, without delay.
present m j j. M. BRUNGESS, Atim'r.
~ • Talon, Nor. 18,1867~r7n16w6*
For Sale at Mott's,
ot Lester A Co'g
KIP and CALF
EASTERN BOOT 3.
A fall stoeFof
Balmoral. Congress, Polish Booti of Glort
Kid and Goat. Also,
GENT'S UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
GENTS' BUCKSKIN GLOVES
Gerta' KID GLOVES,
Lined, Unlined and Fur-lined,
For Sale at Mott's
rsnlltf Tunkhannock, Pa.
ROSS, MI 11S JCO,
Corner Tioga and Warrgn Streets,
Are now opening a large stocko
IRON, STEEL & BAILS,
Faints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Var-j
nislies, Turpentine, Benzine, Nail
Rods, Building Hardware, Mechan
ics Tools, Wooden Ware, Brushes of :
all kinds, Cutlery, Shovels, Selves, J
Lamps, Lanterns, Oil Cloth, Rosin, i
Ropes, aiso Hatchets, wrenches &c. |
HARNESS MAKERS HARDWARE,
Buckles, Japanned Buckles, Silver plated
Bitts of every kind, IJames, Iron Bad '
Trees, Saddle Trees, Gig Trees, Girth j
Web, worsted and Cotton, Thread, Silk j
Awls, an l needles, Ilalter Chains, Trace j
Chains, Ac. Ac.
PAINTS AND OILS, !
SPERM, AND LUBRICATING OILS
WINDOW and PICTURE frames,
GLASS OF ALL KINDS.
tsr Wails 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 A: Co. I
Tunk. Pa. Mav 29th, 1867.
ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF THE BOOKS OF j
BT PROF. CALVIN B, STOWB, B, IT;
A work of real value, and an almost indispensabl
companion of the Bible, showing what the Bible is
not, what it is, and how to use it • answering all the
objection* La its authenticity urged by modern infie
dels, and tracing the authority of each book up to it*
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 Wantsd,
Experienced agents, clergymen, ladies, school i
teachers and others should send at once for circulars
giving further information.
Address, ZEIGLER, MeCURDY A CO,,
v7nß-4m. 501 Chestnut Street, Philad'a. Pa
will be issued on and after Nov. 1, 1867, in time to
be sent by the
EARLIEST MORNING TRAINS
Delaware, Lackawanna A Western I
Lackawanna A Bloomsuurg ;
Lehigh Valley :
Lehigh A suqiichanna ; and
Delaware k Hudson
Railroads. It will reach points within Fifty or a
Hundred miles of Scrant on Several hours in advance
of the New York and Philadelphia Morning Papers.
It will bo printed in Ml type, oo a large 32 column
sheet; v. ill contain
All the Telegrams of the Associated Press!
i including markets from all important points, and is
intended to be iu evory respect a FIRST CLASS
Arrangements will be made for its delivery by
the local news Agents at about two thirds the cost
of New York or Philadelphia dailies.
r. a cRAxnALL, \ CRAXDALL A C'o
| sos. a scRAKTos, j Publisher
' 'I ''HE Copartnership heretofore existing between
; 1 Crane A Lull, of the Berough of TunkhanDock,
hns this day been dissolved by mutual oooseot. The
business will be continued at the old stand by F. M.
Crane, to whom the partnership accounts have been
assigned, and with whom all settlements must be
made. F. M. CRANK,
GEO. M LULL.
Tunkhannock, Nov. 5,1867.
All persons indebted to the above firm, by note,
book aeeeuat or otherwise, arw requested to make
immediate settlenient of the same.
T. M. CRANE
I Her. t, I9fT.
FARMERS AND MECHANICS'
MATCHING, CIRCULAR and
ALL KINDS of MACHINERY repair
in good style
FLOWS, NARROWS, CULTIVA
on hand or to order.
Power and hand Comshellers; and
Farming tools generally,
MILLER A AVERT,
W K K B K P
A LARGE STOCK OF CARPETS j
Cash for Veal skins and Hides,
SHERMAN dc LATUROP.
HAIE DRESS! Kfi
A GREAT "VICTORY!!
FORT SUMPTER RE-TAKEN
Enemy of Man Driven to the
WORTH SIDE OF THE
OLD FORT FILLED TO OVERFLOWING
Both Green aixl Dried Apples,
Also, Fresh Canned and Dried
Peaches, Prunes, Currants,
Nuts, Spices, Salt,
Soap, Scgars, Poik, Lard, Butter,
Eggs, Fish, Smoked Meat, Oysters by the quart, gall*
on or barrel; Solid Meats, in fact, every
thing in the line of GROCERIBS
The South side or the Old Fort is fitted up for the
reception of all wishing a dish of Raw
Stewed or Fried Oysters.
Pies, Cakes, Cheese, and a Cup of Hot Co fife e, Sar
dines, cr a dish of fresh Peaches,
Butter, Eggs, Game, Chickens, Ducks,
and Geese, at all times,
for which cash will be paid on de
[ livery, at the very
highest market rittes.
I Call and see for yourselves and be convinced that
the place to buy yonr Groceries, is in the Old Fort
: on the Southwest corner of Tioga and Bridge streets,
i Tunkhannock, Pa.
j B. M- STONE.
! No*. 6, 1867—v7nl4tf.
EXECUTOR S NOTICE.
Whereas letleis testamentary to the estate
of John Bird late of Meahoppen, deceased,
; have been granted to the subscriber. All
! persons indebted to the said estate are re
quested to make payment, and ihnse having
claims or demands against the estate of said
' deceased, will make known the same without
j delay to JOHN II BIRD, El'r.
Meahoppen, Oct. 29, 1867.—vTnlR.
I? hereby given, that I have plaoed in possession
of Samuel Dailcy Jr., on' pair of steers, to be kept
by him during my will and pleasure—*ll persons arm
forbid molesting or interfering with the same.
t Overfield Pa ,CM. 7th 19C7-v7ulCtf,