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Thf Veterans Stand Flrm.—We saw our
.•,; eo J'nd Democrat, Paul OverficM, in town on
' ,j lV last. He is now seventy-six years old. He
' , n iin mmd if not in body, and stan Is fin* on
l.icentoos issues now before the American peu- :
? Hif father fought through t! • war for In io
L="ience. anl sided in establishing liberty in this I
1 r v- ws a supporter of Washington aod Jctfcr- j
.• I that class of eminent statesmen. The son I
adheres to the faith of his lather, and opposes I
/e i! the efforts now being put forth to depose '
-,-idcut and overturn the Government. It i
qjo well for the young, and others, to take
r. e ' from this aged and experienced inan.
T!ie I.aG range Mills—First built in 1813 and
,j u are now in successful operation, as '
ii.k of very excellent flour forwarded us by its j
-aetous proprietors attests.
t. iia old adage that "The proof of a pudding j
j. in the eating of it." We have this, the best of |
, proofs, that the former reputation of these mills, ,
"inking the best quality of work will not suffer any
~,lcr the new arrangements—especially with Sam- ;
, as the Miller. "Sam," is one of the few j
M' er ,in the country, who thoroughly understands ;
:• s ii" These mills were built by Mr. Gibba of ,
y - a master mill wright, who was furnished
,-a me n, materials and greenbacks ad libitum — i
n'j directions to use them without stint, only so
( „at an establishment, perfect in all its parts was
,ruduoed, From reports, and the proofs before inan
•yaci, Mr. Gibbs has succeeded most admirably in
hi- "art , justifying the hope that the present mills,
!;i's predecessor, may make good "dumpling
timber" for three generations of men.
The Taking oft", into the flowery fields of mat
: auaial felicity, of our Hand Leader, Richard P.
F, ,s. Esq , was an event which brought outttie Band
a full force—tho aforesaid Richard excepted--on
rsturday evening last, when he with his fair bride
- arned fratu a brief "tower." With big horns, little
. rus and drums—uat-a-beating. they ranged thern-
ws i" front of the pa rental douiicil and ALL--fo
• d, busted out onto the stillness of tho evening
• lV rs with No. 26 —a favorite of Dick's arranging
v j7 followed shortly after. This was too hrjly for ;
k. He came out. The Band went in. A fine j
iti.-n of cakes, fruits and Jersey cider was short
!: rthcoming. The Band being " a Society" of
t-c!:'—partook. After which, with Dick for a
•' Cime where my lore lies dreaming,"
wisp' iye 1 with a gusto. Then No. 13—a waltz,
nill make a German turn 'round like a top.
Tliea—ni:h a heart-felt " Qood Night!" the Band
u>r he] off and left their Leader—not " alone in his j
Terrible Accident.—We have not yet learned
•> foil I'irti ulars of the following terrible adven
-,re ani accident, hut give tlieui about asj thy are
i to-day. A young unmarried man—an utter
itragiT in this place, by the name of Nullus Filius,
tie bad been reduced to a mere shadow by frequent 1
cricks of somnambulic tits, when suddenly awaken
ed !rm sleep, dn one of bis paroxysms at about 12
. ck tst night, slowly and silently rushed from
i atte-idants, huving torn from his body every j
-.red of his clothing in his frantic attempts to escape, j
—i afi :r miming about ten rods, ascended an itneg-
M:J ladder placed upon the top of the spire of the
church now being built at this place, Upon ar
-5 at the pinnacle he coolly took a handkerchief
it in h - picket and wared it in haughty defiance ol
. ■ --! i. -hed pursuers. While thus engaged the
plunk upon which he was. standing on liis '
;rid -u i._ill y broke and gave way with his great
- 6 ii! and he nag precipitated towards the zenith, i
.r: ntul distance of* nine hundred and seventy- i
-feet, where the posterior portion of his panta'
■As ciught upon a shmglo na'l and suspended him
xa.lair. lie was relieved from h.s perilous posi
abyhishlii.d wife, aided by his nine rphan
ittn-she having witnessed the scene t'roui
With a sigh of !•Met tne pailo? ret .rtied
tueir home, hu*. loUL.I 'uat tii
■•y the lit day of A; nl A. D 1363 haling armed. ,
The Talk Is, that I* B Baldwin, who retires
u. :be Hotel ha? purchased the very fine residence
Wright—corner Tioga and Warren Streets;
i.t that Mr. Harry Huffbrd, the -'Prince of Land
tll succeed him in the Hotel
V.'e learn that Mr. G E. Palen proposes to bnild a
fte residence here during the Summer.
be notice a large number of new bouses already
x.vijur under way—Let the good work go on ! j
I'e should think everybody and his wife and little
w were going to move this Spring—We hope they j
' get out of the frying pan into the 8r e.
It i- said that Newman Miller has bought of Dan'! ]
■•phi a fine suburban pro|rty near Miller A
; -rv's Foundry, where he intends shortly to build •
o locate for life.
Marlrah, the Indian Dortreas, after a stay
ver.il weeksio oar place, is now about to leave
1.r.0g her sojourn here she has had a large number
■.Meats whom she bag treated with apparent suc-
Among those who applied to her for treat
atm were many pcrsous suffering from chronic af
• s, and it is due her to say that she has treated 1
1 ---h with uncommon ease and with little suffer- ,
v.; c the part of the patient. Marleah practice? |
'■iv Indian mode of cure—using barks, roots and
-'J- inly. To those whom she mill next visit she
-d furnish numerous testimonials from Tunkhan
- < el skill and success in her profession.
March 30th, 1863.
P B—Since writing the above we understand the
an Doctrese will visit Meshoppen, where she will
-,.n for a short time at J. K. Fellows' Hotel.
4 Choice Library of Mualc.~The ln>ted
ates Musical Keview, published by J. L- l'eters,
1 Broadway, New York, is before us, and merits
attention of all lovers of music. It is a mam
s-tt monthly magazine, sheet-music size, contain
er rtr seventeen pages of musical news, reviews,
•51 choice art items, every line of which is reada
■' and we should say, invaluable to all musicians.
•-- alt r.e is well worth a year's subscription, which
■ ST The publishers, however, do not stop
c-> f, r, in addition to the above, each number con
■-•-s /our pieces of choice neiD music by the best
in America, thus giviDg a select library of
•' music at such a low rate >hat even the poorest
-sj indulge in what has hitherto been considered a
Put a.usic in the Review is of the best, as the fol
-•"■g select list will testify, all of which has ap
-1 within its pages during tho last six months ;
Vira O'Neal," " Katy McFerran," "You've ben
1 'ttend to me."' and " Kiss me good-byo, darling,"
' 5 bill S. Ilays; • Good-bye, but come again,"
t-J L>.j J-, jU think the moon could have seen us ?
' I H Thomas ; " Ally Ray," and '• Little Brown
arch," by William S. Pitta ; " Maribell," by
- "its ; " Let the dead and the beautiful rest,"
-teak, break, 0 Sea," etc.
A-lso Kinkel's " Heavenly Thoughts" and " Maid-
n 't Elush Scbottische," Mack's " Damask Rose"
l -i" White Kose Maich," and several other choice
7 eces, amounting in all to $9 at retail price?,
las T. S. Musical Review is published at £2 per
•it. tingle copies 25 cents No musical family
"h'uld he without it.
Godey'a Lady's Beok,—We have often tho't
' c getting up artistic novelties for bis Book, Mr.
has reached the ne plus ultra of excellence
improvement, yet every success iye year proves
■•■a contrary, so far aa lie is concerned. Indeed, he
to be almost infinite iu resources when he 3e
'J'-iug and elaborating of embellishment* lor hi*
•••into Lady's Book is concerned.
Democratic Club Meeting,—One of the mo*t
spirited and enthusiastic Club meetings of the series
was held at the Court House on Saturday evening.
It was called to order by the President—Hon. Wm.
M. Piatt —who adverted briefly to the objects of the
organisation, urging the important of unite ! actbm
if we would iefc.it the omon tee exlendin • i
ger'rul iin.t.itioa ' 1 ill p ■ sent to b come members
of the Club by r.gtoiig the Constitution and By-Laws,
who Lad not already d ,e so. Corruption, fraud,
extravagance, and usurpation f p- .vcr arc being
used by the di-union party now 111 juiwer to bolster
up their sinking fortunes. Upon the President tak
ing his soat, Hon R. R. Little was called for, who
came forward and addressed the Club for half an
hour or more, in his terse and vigorous style, upon
the vital issues now convulsing the country. Our re
publican form of government is in danger of being
subverted and revelutionizod if the people do not
rally to the rescue and turn out of power the disun
ionists and Constitution rerilers who now have con
trol of the Federal Government. He said there was
enough going on, of iniquity and wrong, to cause
the people to examine for themselves the doings of
political parties. - The present Congress is doing
all it can, regardless of the organic law, to perpetu
ate the power of the Republican party. The im
peachment of the President by this Rump Congress
I should be watched by the people and their acts
thoroughly scanued au I understood. He denied that
| there were sufficient grounds for impeachment. No
. such high crimes or misdemeanors as the Constitu
tion contemplates have been committed. The whole
j impeaching programme was a farce and a lie. in so
! far as the objects set forth are concerned. It was
for the purpose of getting rid of a faithful public of
' ficer who would not bend to their unholy schemes of
revolutionising the government. To remove the last
obstacle in the way of tr 'r complete overthrow of
I Constitutional government, and erecting in its stead
a centralized despotism based on negro equality
| and military supremacy.
Two years ago Thad. Stevens declared the time
will come when it would be necessary to have a
j iwo-tbiids majority in Congress, and for this purpose
! the disunion majority in that body have expelled
i legally elected Democratic members, to give theni
! selves a two-thirds majority—thus leaving the peo
; pie at the mercy of an unlawful Congress.
The Constitution of the United States created three j
co-ordinate branches of the Federal Government —
the Executive, the Legislative, and the Judicial— j
of equally independent and defined powers, which
were intended to operate as checks anl balances
upon each other, to prevent the usurpation of un
granted power by either,
No charge was ever made against the Democratic
party of usurping.power belonging to either branch
of the government. Not until 1360 was it charged
upion cither party. But since the Republican party
obtained control there has been a steady centraliza- 1
tion of power into one branch of the government— j
and that the legislative. If St. Paul were President j
he would be powerless, as against this Radical Con- j
gress, to '■ uphold, protect and dcienl tho Constitu- I
tion of H'e United States "
Since the Supreme Court of the United States de
cided, iu the Milligan case, that civilians were not
to be tried by military tribunals, plans have been i
invented to get rid of the Supreme Court. The pres- 1
cnt Rump Congress have enacted a law requiring
two-thirds of the Supreme Court to rcnler a decision
upon Constitutional questions, thus reversing the es
tablished rule the world over, that majorities shall
decide all questions coming before Courts of juris
prudence. ">be Supreme Court is composed of eight
.Judges, six of whom were appointed by ex-President
Lin.-oln. But since the decision in the Milligan
; case, Congress has lost confidence in the Supreme
Court, an 1 enacted that it shall require the assent of
t six of the JuJges to renJer a decision upon Consti
tutional questions—being in fact three-fourths in- ;
stead of two-thirls This two-thirds or six out of
eight is only a little sharp practice < n the part of
this * /coy'y toil'' C >rigr"?s to h-o! .rink in I d ■ ci '
> !•■: .- .is to.' ...' -out. law it •n> 1 s long *
I ' The reconstruct too •Iks SunthSlS siau -i under
: Radical legislation has ihus tar proven a grand fizzle.
Notwithstanding it was enacted that only the " troo
ly loil" of African descent should have any voice in
| the government, they have defeated tho Constitution
i fixed up for Alabama by freeedmen's bureau agents
and other interventionists from the Northern states '
They could not satisfy Sambo that they were work- (
j ing for his best good Congress, disappointed in their
I pet scheme of Radicalizing Alabama, have a propo
| ,-ition now before them of admitting that State into '
the Union under the rejected constitution. They
! cling with such tenacity to ths child of their own
' conception that they don't know how to give it up,
although it fell still-born upon a majority of the
I 170,1)00 " loil nigs" of Alabama. And Congress, in
violation of their own reconstruction laws, now pro
pose to admit Alabama with its defeated and defunct
i Constitution. Fuch is" loilty."
The following preamble and resolutions were read
an l unanimously adopted :
WHEREAS, The Supreme of tbe United Sates is
an equal, co-ordinate branch of the Federal Govern
ment, with independent and defined powers ; among
1 which is tbe right todecide upon tbeconstitutionality
of all laws of Congress ; and any act of Congre.-s
' abridging or denying tbis right is unconstitutional
and void, and a 'flagrant and unwarranted assump
tion of power. Therefore
llesolved, That the rccetii Act of Congress denying
I appellate jurisdiction to the Supreme Court of the
; United States in ull cases arising under the reeon
j struction laws, is the last great act of infamy of the
fortieth Congress and a gross usurpation of power ;
evidencing a want of faith in the constitutionality of
; those laws.
Resolrcd, That the efforts now being made by the
Rump Congress to impeach the President of tbe Uni
ted States are a mockery of justice, and no more and
no less than a partisan wart re against the Chief
Executive of the ualion by his political enemies,
waged for the purpose of removing the last obstacle
in their way of the complete control of all branches
of the Federal Government, and deserves the con
demnation of every true frend of human liberty.
It was argued that if eight honest Republican
members were found in the United States Senate
I impeachment wonld not take place ; but it was held
by Dr. Smith that such a thing as eight honest Re
publicans was out of the question lie said that
j eight political cowards might be found there, but
not not that number of honest Republicans.
The discussion was still farther coutinucd by lion.
Win. M. Piatt, who argued that unlcr the Constitu
tion the Chief Justice was required to preside over
the Senate when the President is on trial for im
peachment, for the reason that the President of tbe
Senate is an interested party, who must ex officio
suciee l to the office of President in case the impeach
ment is accomplished. And yet this same President
of the Senate is permitted by tho Rump Court of
iuipoachers to sit as one of the jurors to make
up tho two-thirds necessary for conviction under the
Constitution. Was ever justice so outraged "in the
! name all the American jieoplo" before.
! The local elections which have recently taken
' place show large gains for the Democracy since last
Fall, in tbis State ; and before the ides of Novem
ber rolls around the Democracy of the Union will
, have gained such sigual victories everywhere as to
! put the enemies of Constitutional liberty out of the
high places in the government they now disgrace
On motion the CI ub adjourned to meet on Monday
evening of Court week, the 20tb in?t., at 7J o clock,
when it may be expected these subjects will be more
thoroughly ventilated than on any former occasion.
. The public are invited to attend.
On motion the proceedings of the Club were Ji
rt-cled v. no published it. the Wyoming Demo rat
W a M. FIATT, I'rrt't,
< A. DAI", Sec'j.
(lo to the Drug and Variety Store in Meshoppen
to get your Wall and Window Paper, where may be
found the largest assortment ever brought into this
The C.rcat uncqnaled prcpcrallon for restoring,
i nit .'rating, beaut living and dressing the hiir is
Mr.' 8. A. All' n's Improved (new style) Ilair lic
it rer : r Dressing, in one bottle. Price One Dollar.
S >ld by all Druggists.
t-'ew IV jpu- unacquainted with pbysologieal
chemistry are aware of the quuntity ol iron in the
hleod, but all should f:now the importance of keep
ing up the supply, for debility, disease and death
are sure to follow when the quantity becomes rodue
ed too much. The Peruvian Syrup (a protoxide of
iron) supplies this vital element, anl has cured ma
ny chronic diseases. ,
"The Sweetest Thing In Life," is go-d
health and good spirits, and if you hfcv£ them not,
the next best thing is what will restore bloom to tbo
faded cheek and happiness to the drooping heart. —
The great and sure remedy is Plantation Ritters.
which oar physicians recommend to both
female patients as a safe, reliable, agreeable and
cordial stimulant. They contain nothing to disagree
with the most delicate constitution, and have won
golden opinions from all who have trieJ them ; and
probably no article was ever tried by so many per
sons. They elevate the depressed and givo strength
to the weak.
A delightful toilet article— superior to Co*
lojjne and at half the price.
Mr. Kedllrti, at the old C. P. Miller stand, re
quests us to say that he has recently received a large
stock of Ready-Made Clothing which he will sell at
the very lowest prices, (lire him a call.
General U. S. Grant and the Presidency
The friends of Gen. Grant will hold a meeting at
the Court House in this Borough on Saturday even
ing next at 7£ o'clock, for the purpose of forming a
Grant Club. A cordial invitation to attend is ex
tended to all union loving citizens
P. M. OSTERHOCT,
Mem. State Central Committee
March 30, 1868.
Like the volcano, Boils give issue to the foul and
fiery contents of the deep interior. To remove the
cause of such suffering it is only necessary to vitalize
the Blood by supplying it with its Life Element,
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP,
(a protected solution of the Protoxide of Iron) will
do this effectually, and give strength, vigor and
neic life to tho whole system.
Extract of a Letter from REV RICHARD S. EDES, of
"For years I was a sufferer from Boils, so that my
life became wearisome through their frequent and
persistent recurrence ; finally a carbuncle formed in
the sin <ll of my back. During its progress large
pieces of decomposed flesh were every day or two
cut away, and the prostration and general disturb
ance of the system were great. Before I had recov
ered from this attack two smaller carbuncles broke
out higher up, and I was again threatened with a
recurrence of tho sufferings to which I had so long
been subjected It was at tbis time that I commenc
ed taking the PERUVIAN SYRUP. I continued
taking it until I had used five bottles ; since then I
have had nothing of the kind. For years I was one
of the greatest sufferers. Other medicines gave me
partial and temporary relief, hut this remarkable
remedy, with a kind and intuitive sense went direct
ly to the root of the evil, and did its work with a
thoroughness worthy ol its established character."
A32 page Pamphlet sent free The genuine has
"Peruvian .Syrup" blown in the glass.
J. P. DIN.SMORE, Proprietor.
No 36 Dey St., New Y'ork.
Sol 1 bv all druggists.
The L est kre wn remedy tor
•it HOt* 1 LA,
'. • '. eg I icers, Cancers,
SYPHILIS Salt Kite em ■ ■ nTiino'i-ii. etc., is I'R. AS
.• . - I. MO VV \fr.st a pure ?..i:ui-..:i of lodine
i. . i.v m, di-covere.l al.e miny years of
socoiili' re- ar ti aid experiment. For eradicating
huuiorx fro MI the system it ha; no equal. Circulars
J. P. DINSMORE,
Sold by Druggists generally, 36 Dey St., New York.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RK-
i The basis of iu remedial properties is a vegetable
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIG
It will keep the hair frutnjalling out.
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lus
; trous and silken.
It is a hair dressing.
R P. lIALL A CO. Nashua, X 11. Proprietors.
For sale by all druggists.
The REV. EDWARD A. WILSON will send (free
of charge) to all who d essre it. the prescription with
j the directions ,or making and using the simple rern
: edy by which he was cured of a lung affect inn and
ibat.dreail disease Consumption Ilis only object is
to benefit the afflicted and he hopes every sufferer
will try this prescription, as it will cost them nothing
and may pruve a blessing. Please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Second St., Williamsburg New York
EIIRORS OF YOUTU.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from Nei vous
Debility, Premature decay, and all the effects of
youthful im iscretion, 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 experience, can do so by addressing
in perfect confidence,
, JOHN IJ. OGDON, 43 Cedar Street, New York.
| SHERIFFS SALE.
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me direct
ed, there will be exposed to public sale at the
I Court House in Tunkbannock, Wyoming Co., l'a.,
! SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, '6B, at 1 o'clock P. M.
All the right, title and interest of tho defendant in
and to that certain piece, parcel or tract of land sit
! uate and being in tho township of Nicholson, Wyo
ming county, Pennsylvania, bounded and fdescribed
as follows, to wit: On the North by land of Loren
,-tcphens, East by land of Norman Sprague, South
i by land of Levi Pedrick, and West by lani of Geo.
Candee, containing about thirty-four acres of land,
j more or less, ab >ut four acres thereof improved, with
one frame dwelling house thereon, with tho appurte
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Taylor
Walker A Co. vs. Floyd F. Sprague,
I And will be sold for cash only by
Af. W, DEW ITT. Sheriff.
Sheriff*s Office, Tunk., March 24, 1868n33w3
IS hereby given that an application has been made
to the Court of Cummom Pleas of Wyoming Co
[ for a charter of incorporation of The Nicholson
Agricultural Society and that if no sufficient rea
.-on shall he shown to the contrary, tho same will be
I decreed by said Court, at the April term thereof,
A. D. IS6B, to be a corporation, or body politic,
i according to the Articles and conditions in said
i application set forth.
B. J. KBENEY, Prothoootawf.
fTMIE heretofore existing between
X Jennings lJro., J C. K miner and 0. E. Vaughn,
| is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The Books and Accounts of the late firm will be
settled by the undersigned, who will continue busi
: ness at the old stand on
The Ready-Pay System.
Thankful for past favors, we solicit a continuance
of pahli patron igo, trusting 'hit w can make
!' EaDY-PAY a benefit to < urselves and customers.
KINTNEU A VA.IGHN.
Meboopany, Pa-, &arch 3,196E.
IN ME HOOP A NY, PENN'A.
STOVES AND TIN WARE
IN GREAT VARIETY.
HAVING lately opened a Stove and Tin Store in
the above named place, we ure prepared to fur
nish at the lowest possible prices. Cooking and Par
lor Stoves of the best pntterns for beth wood aod
coal: Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Brass Ware of all
descriptions, Lanterns, Sad Irons, Enameled Kettles
and Stew Pans, Lead Pipe, Coul Hods, Hollow Ware,
Stove Polish, and all articles usually found in a
first-class Tin store.
EAVE GUTTERS and Conductors put up on short
notice In the best possible manner.
REPAIRING of all kinds, such as Kerosene
Lamps, Umbrellas, Ac , Ac., neatly aud promptly ex
ecuted. HIGH prices paid for Old Copper, Brass,
Lead and Rags. Give us a call.
WHITE A KINTNER.
Mehoopany. Feb, 18, 1368.—3 m
WHEREAS Letters Testamentary upon the estate
of Orville W. Mitchell, late of Northnioreland
township, Wyoming County, deceased, have been
granted to the subscribers. All persons iudebted to
the attid estate are rrqucstod to make immediate
ptyuient, and those having claims or demands
against the same, will present them duly authentica
ted tor settlement, without delay
OLIVE MITCHELL, ) v .
A. 0. LUTES. \ "
North nioreland, March 10, 1968n31w6
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
■STATES for the Western District of Pennsylva
nia. In matter of Riley Sickler, Bankrupt.
To whom it mi y Concern : The undersigned here
by gives notice of bis appointment as Assignee of
Riley Siekler, of Falls township in tho county of
Wyoming and btate of Pennsylvania, within said
District, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on bis
own petition by the Distort Court of said District
Dated Falls township the 22d day of February A.
n29 PERRY COLVIN, Assignee.
V. C. BURSTS & RRO.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
STOCK OF JEWELKY
of the latest styles.
GOLD RINGS, 18 Carets fine.
SOLID GOLD SET^IEWELRY,
Gents' Masonic and Scarf Pins,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, Ac., Ac.
Solid and Plated Silver Spoons,
Forks, Napkin Rings,
£ake, Pie and Butter Knives,
Castors, Cake and Card Baskets,
Nut-Picks, Ac , Ae.
From ROGERS & IiRO.'S Silver Tinted Ware Co.
CLOCKS anJ WATCHES
of the latest American and European Manufacture,
Ton khan node, Doe 18,1^67.
'TMIE Copartnership heretofore existing between
A E. W. Sturdevant and W. F. Goff is this day
(March 21st, lPfi^ l ) dissolved by mutual consent.—
The Books and Accounts of the late firm will be set
tled by the undersigned, who will continue business
at the old stand en the
R! UY-PtY JiVMPM.
Thankful lor j .it favors, I solicit a continuance of j
B W. STCRDBVaNT. i
Mehoormny, Mar k 23, 11<|8b33
THIS 1- TO GIVE NOTICES
THAT on the 9th day of March A. I) 18gP. a
Warrant in Bankrupt y was issued against the
estate of Jasper J. Seymour, of Braintrim township
in the County of Wyoming, end State of Pennsylva
nia, who has been adjudged Bankrupt on his own pe
tition; that the payment of anyjdebts and delivery of
any propcity belonging'to stub bankrupt, to his or for
his use, and the tran.-fer of any property by him are
forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors of
said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to cnoose
ono or more assignees cf his estate, will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the office of the
Register in the Borough of Jowandi, Bradford Co.,
Pa , before Edward Overton, Jr., Register, on the
25th day of April A. D. ISijfl, at 9 o'clock A- M.
THOS. A. ROWLEY, U, 8. Marshal, I
33w4 By E B. Coolbaugh. Deputy. :
IS hereby given that an application has been made i
to tbc Court of Common Picas of Wyoming Co., I
for a charter of incorporation of the Nort'imorcland
Horse Thief Vetccting and Insurance Company,
and that if no sufficient reason shall be shown to the |
contrary, the same will be decreed by said Court, at
the April term thereof, A. D. 1868, to be a corpora
tion, or body politic, according to the articles and
conditions in said application set forth.
33w4 E. J. KEBNEY, Prothonotary.
WM. MACK & SON
take pleasure in informing the publio that
they have opened their
TUNKIIA NNO CK,
NONE BI T
done promptly and well.
Tunkbnnnork, March 10, 1863tf.
STANSBURY, II ASS fc CO.,
ANNOUNCE to the public that the Furniture
Rooms formeily kept by Stansbury A Uass have
been removed to tho Planing Mill of
D. L. PEOKHAM,
CORNER OF COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
with whom a partnership has been formed, where,
by availing themselves of steam power, with improv
ed machinery they aro prepared to furnish every
thing in tbeir line, from
% gatU* m
A MOP HAIMDIjB,
At the Lowest Living Prices.
UNDERTAKING attended to at the sborteat
Upholstering stlti Repairing done to order.
STAN'S BUSY, UASS A CO.
Junkfnuiuock, MaruU 18, 1868.-tf,
LUMBER FOR SALE.
HOI'SR IM.TLDERS and others, will find a full
SEASONED PINE LI MBER
J<or Sale at 'Tunkhannock.
This LUMBER, which was manufactured at Walt
tuan's Steam Saw'Alill tu Bradford county, is of tho
best quality, arid weff seasoned.
Boards will dress to iucb. Plank to 1$ and 2
iuches in .thickness.
Buyers wishing their lumber plaited, matched,
Ac., will find Planing Mills at this place to do the
work, i'or particulars consult
v E. J. KEENEY, Agt.
Tunkhannock, Jan. 1, IS6B.
Tills IS TO GIVE NOTICE:
THAT on the 6th day of March A. D. 1868, a
Warrant in Bankruptcy was issuer against the
Estate of Alinon O. Stark, of the Borough of
Tunkhannock in the County of Wyoming,and State of
Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged Bankrupt on
his own petition; tiyu. tho payment of aay debts
anl delivery of any property belonging to such
Bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and the transfer of
any property by him are forbidden by law ; that a
meeting of the Creditors of said Barkrupt, to prove
their debts, and to choose one or more Assignees of
his Estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy,
to be boldcn at the office of the Register, in the Bor
ough of Towanda, before Edward Overton. Jr., Reg
ister, on the 17th day of April A D. 1863, at 2
o'clock P M.
THOMAS A ROWLEY, U. S. Marshal.
31 wl by E. B. COOLbauuu, Deputy
or run be
— ; Wells ard J. W. Rhonda,
\Tunkhannock, Penn'a, and
,v3r>j Aj ''' ail other dealers, the Gh't
- - - Encli.h Sweeny Specif-
II / 1 >I Linihent. This Lini
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and is tho best, cheapest, most powerful Liniment
ever offered to the publio, for man or horse.
It has been used for many jeirs in Englard, by
the leading barriers, end they have had the greatest
success with it of any liniment ever used for the cure
Those who have horses that are sweenied 6r lame,
have swelled Joints, sprains, bruises, old sores, flesh
cuts, collar galls, ij-c , should try this Liniment and
they will be convinced that it is superior to all other
If it does not give good satisfaction, return the
bottle half full, and your money will be refunded.
Put up in conveuient form, and sold by all Drug
gists and Storekeepers at 50 cents a bottle.
Don't fail to call for the Great English Sicceney
D. G. GAREY.
Middletown, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1863-tf.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE'.
TnAT on the 9th day of March A. D. 1S(;9, a
Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the
estate of Hanson Billings, of Lemon township, in the
County of Wyoming and State of Pennsylvania, who
has been adjudged Bankrupt cn his own petition ;
that the payment ■>f any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to such Bankrupt, to his, or for
his use, and the transfer of any property by him are
forbidden hy law ; that a meeting of the Creditors of
the said Bankrupt, to prove tbeir Debts, and to
choose one or more Assignees of his Estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Wall's
Hotel in Tunkhannock, Pa., before Edward Overton,
Jr.. Register, on the 221 day of April A. D. 18g8, at
11 o'clock A. M.
TIIO3. A ROWLEY, U. S- Marshal,
32wl By E. K. Coulbaogh, Deputy.
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed
there will be exposed to Public Sale at the
Court House, in Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co,, Pa.,
SATURDAY, APRIL 13tb, '6B, at 1 o'clock P. M
All the right, title and interest of the defendant in
and to that certain piece, parcel or tract of land sit
uate ami being in the township of Clinton Wyoming
county, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as f al
low., to wit: On the North by land of Cyrus Clay,
East by land of Z S. Reynolds, South by ian l of
Bartholomew Capwcll, an 1 West by main road load
ing to Butter Milk Falls, containing one half an
acre of land,be the same more or less.with one frame
house two stories high, together with a quantity of
fruit trees and grape vines thereon, wnh the ap
Seized and taken in execution at tho suit of 11, A
S. C Matbewson vs. Win. 11. Dytnond.
And w ill be sold for cash only by
M. W. HEWITT, Sheriff.
sheriff's Office. Tuuk.. March 21, 1569
BY virtue cf a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me
directed there will be exposed to public sale at
the Court House in Tunkhannock, Wyoming County,
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 19. '63, at 1 o'clock P.M.
The following piece, parcel and tract of land situate
in the township of Windham, County of Wyoming
and State of Pennsylvania, and bounded ami de
scribe 1 as follows : (in the North by land of John
Fassctt, late James W. Garey, on the East by land
of Dorcas Hayden, on tho South by land of Win, A.
Suiitb, and on tho West by land of said William A.
Smith, containing fifty acres, all unimproved, with
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Wm.
A. Smith vs. Joseph S Hayden.
And will be sold for cash unit hv
M. W. DEW ITT Sheriff.
Tunk., March 24, 'OSnSSwS.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICEI
THAT on the 9th day of March A. D 1965, a
Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the
Estate of Stephen D. Bacon, of Tunkhannock, in the
County of Wyoming and State of Pennsylvania, who
has been adjudged Bankrupt on his own petition ;
that the payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to such bankrupt, to him or for
bis use, and the transfer of any property by hiiu are
forbidden by law ; that a meeting of the creditors of
said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose
one or more Assignees of h's estate, will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden at Wall's Hotel,
in Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, l'a.. before Ed
ward Overton, Jr., Register, on tho 22d day of April
A. D* 1868, at 9 o'clock A. M.
THOS. A ROWLEY, U. S. Marshal.
33w4 By E. B. Coelbaugh, Deputy.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE!
THAT on the 17th day of February A. D. 1869 a
Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the
estate of William L. Bardwell, of Tunkhannock. in
the County of Wyoming and State of Pennsylvania,
who has been adjudged Bankrupt on his own peti
tion ; that the payment of any debts and delivery of
any property belonging to such bankrupt, to his or
for bis uso, and the transfer of any property by him
are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the credit
ors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and 'o
Choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Wall's
Hotel in Tunkhannock, Wyoming county, Pa., be
fore Edward Overton, Jr., Reg ster, on the 21st day
of April A- D. 1868, at 9 o'clock A. M.
THOS. A. ROWLEY, U. S Marshal.
33w4 by E, B. Coolbaugh, Deputy.
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias to me di
rected there will be exposed to public sale at the
Court House in Tunkhaunock, Wyoming Co., Pa.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH IS, '6B, at I o'clock P.M.
All the right, title and interest of the defendant in
and to that certain piece, parcel or tract of land sit*
uate and being in the town-hip of Moshoppen, Wyo
ming county, Pennsylvania, bounded anl described
as follows, to wit; On the North by Meshoppsn
Creek, East by land of Win. M Sine, South by pub
lic Highway leading to North Branch Canal, and
West by land of L. Mccheuiu, containing about one
fourth of an acre of land, more or less, with one
frame dwelling house, one barn, with a kitchen and
wood-shed attached thereto, and eorno fruit trees
thereon with thn appurtenances.
Also, one other piece, parcel jr tract of land situ
ate in said township of Meshoppen, Wyoming county,
Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: —
North by land of Isaac Jayne, East and South by
the Highways or public roads, and West by lands of
E. J. Mowery, containing about one half of an acre
of land more 01 less with one two story store house
and dwelling house attached thereto, one barn and
some fruit trees thereon, with the appurtenances
Also, one other piece, parcel or tract of land situ
ate and being in said township of Meshoppen, Wyo
ming county, Pennsylvania, bounded and described
as follows: North by land of B. E. Hull, East by
land of Dr. A'ells, South by land of Merritt Smith
ft I Daniel llankinson, and West by the public high
way, containing about one-fourth of an acre of land
more or less, all improved with the api urtenauces.
Spired and taken in execution at the suits of David
J u ne, 2d. and Samuel V. Myres vs. Silas Vernoy,
And will be sold for cash only by
M. W DEWITT, Sheriff,
luiik., March 24, 1868033w3
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