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Local and Personal.
■>ce the great Zangarl Bitter* advertisement In
ffie Tickets tor the Octoh r election will
r,e printed and ready for distribution at tin-" office in
day or two.
The Dedtcatio~of sh>- New Presbyterian
i, hareh, here, will take place to morrow—Thursday.
V large attendance is anticipated.
The Sunday School Convention,—mentioned
in our paper for a week or two pest, is now in session
l this place. The Rev. George Coffey, of H illiams
p..rt is in attendanee.
The R. K.'l'l ack--is l.iid up io a joint about tw>
miles hel.iw the Lock at this place, the terminus for
!he present— where a siding and a i lor turning
the engine is being bulit. Regular trains will prob
ably be run to this place next week.
\ Naturaliz tiou Couitwillbe heldbyjudgt
liana, of Wilkes Barre, on Thursday and Friday,
Oct. Bth and 6th, 1868.
AU entitled to their final Naturalization papers
Tha Rev. Mr. Furman of this place, administered
the ordinance of baptism to Miss Hetty Vosburg,
at the river's edge on Sunday last. Quite a number
of our citizens were present and witnessed the Inter
Attend to the assessment.
Remember, Democrats, that all jiersons who in
tend to vote at the October election, should be as
sesseil as early as Saturday (next) Oct. 3. Do not
neglect this matter. Look to it, that the names ot
your lriends are on the assessor's list. A little activ
ity in this respect, will save scores of votes. Do not
dejiend upon others, in this matter— Look to it your-
si iidier.s ot the war of 1 w 1 2 Trout this State
who served two months, or were wounded or other
wise disabled while in the service, who are iu neces
sitous circumstances (i e : not possessed of real and
personal property to the value of $500,) and the wid
ows of such, are entitled by the existing laws, of this
Commonwealth, upon making the proper prools, to
a gr.tnitv of S4O, and to the sum ofs4o annually
thereafter. This provision was made by the Legis
lature of 1866; repealed in 1867 ; and again revived
ls6B, and is now in full force.
We think it more than probable, that there arc
jiersons in this County who come within the t>enefits
of the provisions of this act and therefore make
known the law as we understand it.
The children ami grand-ehildren—of Rebecca
Minei, of Eaton Tp., in this County,—about 30 •
uumber—met on the 25 inst., at the homestead, to
celebrate the 78th anniversary of their mother's
t.irtli-day. Ail the children except one were pres
ent. The hearts of those present were saddened by
thoughts of loved ones who had gone from this
world to return no more, but thankfulness was lelt
that so many yet survived to meet on that day, and
hopefulness that In Heaven, where they all hoped to
dwell at last, they would again be an unbroken lam
ily. The old Lady was much effected, at parting
by the reflection that this would probably be the last
time she would ever, on earth, witness such an
other family gathering.
The names, ages, &e., of the following aged j>er
;ons hare icon handed us for publication :
WASHISOTOK T P.— Thomas Basrlev.born in Wind
sor Co., Vermont, March 13tli, 1764. Served in the
war ot 1812.
R. J. Blekham, born in Philadelphia, Nov. sth,
1763. Served in the war of 1812—was at the battles
l Lundy's I-atie and Chlpcwia
MESHOPPEN TP.—Henry Arndts, aged 77 years
Sept. lith. born in Northampton Co., Pa.
in giving the name ol Mrs. Mary Pilgrim, an aged
; rson residing with her son, in Eaton, our type
otters inadvertently placed her name among others
In the general list of aged persons published bj us
u few weeks since, the place of nativity of Henry
Roberts Esq., of Palls, was incorrectly put down as
Conn. Esq. Roberts was born and has always lived
la this County. The list showed but one or two old
<r native resident- ol the County.
(.rapes- lot Sour, but Delicious.
IVe aeknoledge the receipt from our good friend
S eriff Ahira Gay, of Meshoppen, oi a box or very
ane gropes. Having sold our grape vine with the
ppurtenances, last spring: contributions of this
kind are very acceptable to us who have no vine nor
S tree now.
The note accompanying the Sheriffs remittance
:.i-h we publish below explains Itself. Those of
.u readers who wish good vines had better make a
tool it tor themselves:
MESHOPPKX, Sept. 26th. 1808.
HARVEY SICKLEB Esq., Dear Sir:
! n.l you my compliments with a box of four dil
igent kinds of fruits. The Isabella, the Concard,
.>• little Delaware and a couple of clusters of the
to erca. We have nine of the choicest kinds of
. i>cs. from which silps ean lie had at the proper
time f-.r transplanting. All order" for the grapes,
. i the plant" or silps will be supplied, 11 made in the
Tne bridge crossing the canal, on the main street
failing into town trom the East near Samuel Stark's
si ile being crossed to-day, ( Wednesday,) with one
' Col. Marcy's teams, With a load of stone fell adis
an-e of fifteen feet or upwards into the canal, carry
s with it the driver (Mr. John Ace) with team and
r.ig'in. Mr Ace escaped serious Injury,—though
' a thorough ducking. The team by timely aid
ra our citizens, who rushed in large numbers to
cne of the catastrophe,—after considerable
'icuiiy was extricated from drowning and the fall
'i ruin-. The wagon was badly wrecked,
i - bridge which appeared to be ami was thought
nil. t i is- a Sound and safe one, appears, now that
•lown, to be a mass of rotten trash. Of course It
• "• most speedily replaced by a new ami more
etantial one, by the Canal fv R. R. Co. The
"T old bridge at the lower end of town should be
ally looked to and tested.
"■•rTlii \> editing.
We—that is, our "modest" self and our "gude
having on the 17th inst., arrived at Teii
ar mile since we have jogged along in tuntri
.il harness ; and being somewhat destitute of
tilings." concluded to have at our home, one of
• ■ ial gatherings, called "a Tin wedding."—
• attaii- came oil to our entire satisfaction so far as
ol in. ry thing else was concerned, and to the iu
' .'.i: ice lit ot the two little"irer" who have joined
fortunes wiih us, since the beginning ofthe
'<•; H<■i an hardly hope that our generous
- who were present on the occasion, were us
- iti-fied n- ourselves. We, assure all, that the
dection ol their kind wislies, will ever cliecr and
V< us in the future—and that many of their
>e tin tokens of trleudsbip will be carefully
" r ed • mementos of the donors and theocea
I wh e notice of Che event wc give below,
: that we had not before mentioned the af
file surmises we were "overpowered." We
!ri ' rnaze of tin. We knew not what to say
I 'ret mat anything we could say might sound
' -a-t upon our own tin trumpet, or a tnnk up
' kiiag tin-pan.
:r *'-ii lin speaking ol the aliair says:
t-oiToti: —On glancing over the Local column
' nearer for last week, we wondered that no
- i'U liad been made of a pleasant little gather
's io:-h many of our citizen" wcresnmmoned as
1 W MRH. HARVEY SICKLEH,
7 Jl OM A \
M ITHOL'T THE TIN.
Evening, Sept. # 17.,^808.
i 'tft, a the hours of 6 and 10 v'clork
IH AS.MVEIU'AET OF Tueia WECDISO DAT.
1 ' insist tliat the affair was so insigulli
• lie forgotten : nor will the guests. Is your
• cA<-es,ive ? \\ e assume that your gratitude
uiauy generous friends over|>owere<l you
asion btcauie one, when silence Is more
than words. Be likewise charitable
' " present for falling, at an earlier day,
'-v abundant, elegant repast provided bj
your better-half; we were "too full Tor utterance!"'
It woulil require a "Fashion Editress" to decide
whether the ladies' toillettes were au fait. Hut we
presume they were, for they were very charming as
I)o you know that you have given Tin and other
secondary weddings an impetus I How many tenth
anniversaries liasjour quiet borough witnessed with
out a celebration! In Tature, many of them will prob
ably be observed, until It becomes an "old story,"
at least we hear rumors of several In prospect.- —
Everything calculated to contribute to the social
welfare and enjoyment of our people should tie en
couraged. These anniversaries must seein like the
"rests" at the tops of Bights of stairs, where one may
stop and breathe, reflect, profit by experience, study
how the next decade—the next flight—may bo most
happily overcome. When you get in a facetious
mood, Mr. Editor, put on your tin goggles and give
an account of the proceedings. In conclusion jier
mit the hearty wish that the Tin may wear well ami
in due season change to Silver—aye to Gold !
IWII—— IIMMII I —II lill lil —llllian
LORD—SANDS—At the residence of the bride's
mother, in Exeter, Sept. 17th, by the Rev. J. S.
Lewis. Mr. Klihu P. Lord to >liss Phebe J. Sands,
both of Exeter. Pa.
BRITTON—DICKER SOX—At Overfield, Sept 19,
by Lewis AgerEsq., Mr. John Uritton of Falls to
Miss Helen itiekeison, of Wilkes Barre, Luzerne
ARMSTRONG—KIRKHCFF-At Overfield, Sept.
21th, by Lewis Ager Esq., Thomas K. Armstrong
ot Overfield, formerly a memlier ol Co. 1, 101 th
Kegt. Peun. Vols., to Miss Silloma Klrkhulf, of
4k- Doylestown Democrat please copy.
LOST OR STOLEN,
At the Nicholson Fair, a pocket book. containing
ten dollars in money, and a note dated about June
Ist., 1868, calling for *-200, pay able one year after
late to the undersigned and signed Jasjier Hillings
payment of which has been stopped.
Tukkhaknock, Sept. 28th, 1868. n93w.
GUIDE TO MARRIAGE.
Young Men's Huideto Happy Marriuge and Con
jugal Felicity. The humane views of benevolent
Physicians, on the Errors and Abuses incident to
Vouth and Early Manhood, sent in sealed letter en
vejopes, free ot charge. Address HOWARD ASSO
CIATION, Bos. I'. Philadelphia, P.i
The copartnership heretofore existing between
•fohn S Lum t S. I*. Brownscombe, under the firm
name of Lum & Brownscombe, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent All the hoiks and ac
counts of the firm are left iu the hands of J.S.
Lum, for collection, and br whom all debts wilt be
paid. LI M A BROWNSCOMBE
Brintrim, Sept- sth, 18fi8. tßnf,3w
Whereas, letters of Administration to the estate
of Dan'l Kunsinan, late of Tunkhannock tp., dee'd,
have been granted to the subscriber. All jiersons in
debted to the said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having claims or de
mands against the estate of the said decedent, will
make known the same duly authenticated without
delay to LEVI SLATE, Adui'r.
Haid Mount, I.uz. Co., Fa. Sep. 18, 'Os-n*.
Tlie undersigned having purchased, by bill ol sale,
of Henry Williams, of Nicholson tp. in the County
of Wyoming, the tollowing named articles, to wit :
1 Sorrel Mare, 1 Rhoan Horse, 1 set team harness, 1
lumber wagon, 2 sets log trucks, 1 cutting box, 2 log
chains. 1 set grab hooks and eliaius, 2 bob-sleds, 1
brown eow, 1 brindle cow, 1 white and red cow, 1
shovel, about 10 tons hay, together with beds anil
bedding and other household lurniture ; which prop
erty 1 have left on the premises now occupied by the
said Henry Williams. All persons are forbid to mo
lest or interfere with the sanl property, as they will
do so at their peril. G. I>. WILLIAMS.
Sep. ICth. 1808. HB3W.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES for the Western District ol Peun'a.
In the matter of Jerome J. l.ord.a Bankrupt, in Bank
To u hom it may Conn i n : The undersigned hereby
gives notice of his appointment as Assignee of Je
rome J. Lord, of Nicholson, in the County of Wyo
ming and State of Pennsylvania, within said Dis
trict, who has-been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his
own petition by the District Court of said District.
THOS. J. CHASE, Assignee.
Nicholson, Ft., Sep 23d, ML-aMtt.
To all whom it may concern :
It apjiears that "there was a subscription gotten up
for me in the beginning of .1 uly last. It is now Sep
tember and I have not yet received anything given
by the subscribers to :\lr. Jared Marcy, who circula
ted it in the neighborhood. Those who contributed
will please call on .Mr. Mnrey and "get their money
back." Ido not wish the people to give him any
more money on my account. They should be thank
ed for helping him. who says he "was ordained by
God to preach, aud Is led by the spirit in all
Exetr, Sep. 21, 1808—n8w2-
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of F ; nc liold Jowelrv, in all valued at 81,030,000.
A chan e to draw'any of the above Prizes, hy
! purchasing a Sealed Ticket for 25 cents tickets :
des r.bing each Prize are SKSI Kl> in Envelopes an I
i thoroughly mixed* On receipt of 25 els. a SK.VI.KII
t TICK FT will he drawn without choice and delivered
at. our offi.e, or sent by mail to any address The
■ prize named upon it will he delivery 1 to th*> liekot
t holder on nayiuent of Gne Itnilar 1 r.zes will be
immediately sent to any address, i- req'uesteJ, by
i express or return mail.
You will know what your Prize is before you pay
for it. Any Prize may ho exchanged for nnodter of
j th same value No Blanks.
c f jr- <j ar patrons can depend on fair dealing.
, liEr::nKNt*ES.—We select tho few following names
I from th<> many who have lately drawn valuable
' Prizes and kindly permitted us to publish thetn :
.8. T Wiikins, Buffalo, N, Y , 1,000 ; Miss Annie
Monroe, Chicago, 111., Piano, valued at 8650 j Robt.
, Jack-on, Dubuque, lowa, Gold Watch, 8250
Phillip McCarthy. Louisville, Ky , Diamond Cluster
j Ring, 8600 ; K. A. Patterson. Neiv Bedford, Mass.,
Silver Tea Set, 8175 ; Mis Emma Walworth, Mil
waukee, Wis., Piano 8500 ; Rev T. IV, Pitt, Cleve
land, Ohio, Meladeon, 8125.
nr We publish ni names without permission.
Opinions ol the press.—"They are doing the larg
est business ; tb firm is reliable, and deserve their
success-" Weekly Tribune, Feb 6, 6t>B,
; "We have examined their system, and know tbera
to be a fair dealing firm 2V. 1. Herulrl. heb. '6B.
| "Last week a Iriend of ours drew a 8500 prize, j
which was promptly received." — Unity Neirs, Mar, ;
: 3, 1666.
1 Send for circular giving many more references,
nnd favorable notices from the press Liberal in
ducements to agents. Satisfaction guaranteed
' Every pnekage of Sealed Envelopes contains ONE *
I CASH i.tfT. Six Tickets for 81 : Is fi-r 82 ; 35 for
85 ; 110 lor 815,
All letters shonld be addressed to
HARPER. WILSON A C 0.,,
173 Broadway, N. Y. I
a : W¥Zoi \ hS, v. - - o/y 55S*
which settles, by documentary evidence, what has
been said, wiittcn, tuouglitor done, by
OL Ji' .\A A T TIiESIJtAJA T,
;isA. D. lib iiAtinsos's Personal llistury of ( J.
Grant. fbo Republican Union Committee zt Wash
ington, recognize its Hijtfcw-tijity and i 43 no
authority, sending fof copies of it for tr.at pnrpr.se.
The press universally discard others. We •.
want Agents tor it in this county Send for Circil
, jrf, termi, 4a., to BLISS ACO , Newark, N. J
SNT: COLLAR ■BROKER
r,* ihl.Ulifd In IH6H.
Hiu •• L. consisting oi every v<tii-fv "i
Iv A\l> ••**< % GOGIH.
HOOT* A \ > MLOFCIS
SUA I: 11,.A I ! < V\ XKI:,
GL.A** IV AKT,
WHOL.TT* .. CAKPETIWRS
STRAW MATTINGS, and
PHI) ROGRAPLL AG BUMS,
is of our own importation, cr purchased directly
j from the Manufacturers in large quantities
I e were the first to commence ttie
: sale of goods on the papular plan of
FOR EACH ARTICLE,
Our Sales for the last twelve months have
! been about one million dollars.
CA<>Kr business has been decided by the Courtt of
this Matt and by tlir Lnited States authorities not to be
a Lottery, or a Gift Enterprise, but a regular legiti
Terms of sale lor Club of 83, a selection of one of
the following articles ; 2oyda. Brown or Bleached
Sheeting, superior quality. Popliu or Alpaca Dress
pattern. Wool Square Shawl 2f yards Doeskin, —
An 8 day Clock, Soth Thomas' make. 1 pr. gent's
Calf Boots White Marseilles Quilt. Silver plated
Chased Castor with (j bottles. A Morrocco Photo
j graphic Album, 100 pictures. 3 yards fi-4 Wool
! Cloth. Silver plated Cake Basket. 36 yards Brown
I or Bleached Sheeting, common quality. Also, print-
I od notices of 60 articles, for sale at 81 for each ar
i ticle, compiising a variety of articles usually sold at
retail at prices trom 81.50 to 85 for each article.
I For a Club of 810, a, selection of one of the follow
! ing articles : 40 yards Brown or Bleached Sheet
ing, superior quality Dress pattern, price 810—
It col Long shawl, Broeha Long ,Shawl 2 yards
Black German Broad Cloth. Common Sense New
■ ing Machine, piiee 818—(these machines will hem,
stitch fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and em
broider, in a most superior manner.) (Jents' or La
dies Silver Hunting Case Watch, new. 25 yards
Hemp Carpeting. 3 yards Beaver Cloth, 64 yards
good Doeskin. .Silver plated Ice Pitcher, g yards
Woo! Cloth, dcu. width. 1 pair superior Blunkets.
72 yards Brown or Bleached Shecting.common qual- i
itjr, and 120 printed notices ol articles for sale at :
81 each, comprising a variety of articles usually!
sld at retail front 81 50 to 810 lor each article. |
NI) We hereby inform the public that we j
• 1)* are not connected with any of the Gift
Enterprise One Dollar Concerns in this city. All
concerns offering a (lift, Premium, or any article \
frco of eost to Agent, or to any one, are in direct
violation of the laws against, Lottery. We have
information, from reliable authority, that all Gift
Concerns in this City will be closed up by the State
MeT EOll ADDITIONAL PARPICULAR4 SEND
FOR Oi l! 31 (CELAK.
Send a Draft. Postal Money Order or Registered ;
Bo sou- and .tireel jour Letters to
ANDREWS & CO.
16g Sudbury .Street, Boston. M i.-s. i
NOTKS— From reports aiuljlotters received :
1 Your Axe is bound to be THE A.\E.
2. It will cut 25 p'r cent, better.
3. My brother lost one arm in the war, but with !
your Axe he can out as weli as any one else can. ,
4. If I could nd get another, twenty-five (825) :
dollars would not buy it.
5. it will cut hoop-poles better than any other :
6 I would not be without it for anvth ; ng
For sale by all responsible dealers, and the tuak- j
I II'PINCOTT A BAKEWKLL, Pittsburgh, Pu„ j
Sole owners of the Patents.
THE FALL CAMPAIGN
Yorker, the Leading an 1 Largest-Circulating Ru- ,
ral, Literary and Family Newspaper, begins a quar
ter oct 3,and hence iYoir is The Time to Subscribe! i
Eight Large Donble-Qnarto Pages, Illustrated, with j
over a a dozen distinct Departments, each ably con- j
ducted, the best Talent being employed. Election j
will soon bo over, when everybody, in both Town
and Country, will want the most Progressive, Time- (
It. Entertaining and Useful Weekly of its Class-
Moore's Rural. The 13 Numbers of this Quarter ;
(Oct. to Jan.) sent. <m Trial, for Only Fifty Cents '
Trv tho Trial Trip ?
Address D. D. T. MOORE,
41 Park Row, Neiv York, or Rochester, N. Y |
THE GRECIAN BEND.
W"' "'HAT IT IS, how it grew into a national eal- 1
amity It is not a New Thing. Symptoms
and Treatment. A small volume profusely illustra- j
ted- Sent by mail on receipt of 25cts Address
GRECIAN BEND PUBLISHING CO.. P. O. Box I
f,72. N. Y. Trade supplied by AMERICAN NEWS !
CO., 117 Nassau s'., N. Y
Tho Subscriber offers l-r sale his HOUSE and 1
LOT. situated in rhe Borough of Tunkhannoek.— '
The house has lately undergone repairs, and has all !
Ihe modern improvements. The lot is more than
twice the size of any others in the place, with new
Barn, Seven (iood Grafted Apple Trees, with Plntn
and Peach. The Subscriber, wishing to remove, j
will sell for less than the actual value.
All persons indebted to uie will please meke .
immediate settlements. WM. S. KITE.
Tunlt. Sep- 24th nOtf.
LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD, j
St PPI.TMEN'R NO..'; ru TIME T ABL.K NO. 13.
IN" PLACE OF -I PPI.F.MENT N'OS. 1 sNP 2.'
To take effect on Monday Sept 7th ISgS.
Ex. Fr't. | Local Local j Ex. Fr't
A M P M P.M. A. M
10.30 4.30 McKune's 4.10 9-40
10.16 140 Buttermilk Falls, 400 924
11.06 4-6S Gardner's Ferry 3.42 904
U. 30 "..20 L. AB. J. Leave J3 20 8.40
1200 5.30 l'itiston, 10 20 B.(m
12 is 5.35 i'ort Griffith 10,15 7.58
12 If, 5.40 Plainsville, 16 10 Till
12.36 560 Wiikes-Barre 10.00 7.30
The "Express Freight'' down Train arrires at
Pittston and Wilkes Bar-e in time for the passen
ger train for N. Y. £ Phil'a. The "Local" lea res <
Wilkes Barrc St Pittston, for ''.McKune's and other
stations north, after the arrival of the N. Y A
Phil'a morning trains
R A. PACKER.
Sup't Wyoming Division
Office L| V.R.K.C -Wyo. Dir., /
Wilkes-Barre Sept. 4, g9. )
Application will bo tnide to the Legislature at its
next session for the ineoiporation of a Savings Bank
to be located in the Borough of Tunkbannock , with
privilege to reeei.e deposits purchase and sell, Bonds
and Stocks of tho United States, a* log tb.s Com
monwealth nrd other securities, to be called "The
Wyoming County Saving Hank."' Capital Stock
850,000 with the privilege to increase the same to
.T. C. WRIGHT, DANIEI WRIGHT
O. S MILLS, J W. LYMAN.
Tunk. June ISth 156°.
INTRODUCED INTO AMERICA
fROM GLR.MAM, , .fj-
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
HOQFLANO'S GERMAN TONIC,
I'H CPJ H'• ut /•/, :• M J V
1 tie grrtttest ino-vu' • r 'ieJ ■ rj >
t Liver Cotuplaiut,
Nct voue llehility,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
ERUPTIONS of the SKIN, "
antl it I i Oiuairi arising from a !>!•
ordered Liver, ktunucli, or
IMPUJUTY OF THE BLOOD.
Read the following tgmptcmf, and if you f.-id that
i'our system is afficted iy tiny of them, you nay r<-l
assured thai dtsmse has commenced iu attack on the
I most important organs of your lady, and unless sx>n
checked by the use of powerful n medi'S, a miterablf
It ft, toosi trrminating in death, u\V be the result
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles,
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity
ot the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness
or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit
. I of tne Stomach, Swimming ot
the Head, Hurried or Difficult
Breathing. Fluttering at tho Heart,
Choking or Suffocating Sensations vrhon
| in a LyiugPosture, Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs betore the Sight,
Dull Pain in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and
Eyes, Pain in the Side,
Back, Chest, Limbs, etc., Sud-
I den Flushes of Heat. Burning in
the Flesh, Constant Imaginings ot
Evil, and Greet Depression of Spirits.
17 th*!* indicate disease of the Liver or Digetli e
Orgins. combined iviJh impure b' tod.
ijooflaub'o C?erman Diitcvs
I* eutircly vegn n bit, nml contain* no
liquor, ll I* a compound of Fluid Ex
tract*. The Hoots, Herb*, and Burks
froiu which these extract* arc made
arc gathered in Germany. All the
medicinal virtues are extracted from
them by a scieutitlc chemist. These
extrarts are then forwarded to this
country to he u*ed expressly for th
manufitct urc of these Bitter*. There
I* no alcoholic substance of any kind
used in compounding the Bitters,
hence it is the only Bitter* that can
be used Iu cases where alcoholic stim
ulants arc not advisable
tjooflanb's ocrmiia <£ouu
is •nmbination of all t,',< ingredients tf Ote BtiUrt
with PCEX Stinla thru: Rum, Orange, etc. It i J used /'vr
the same disease* an 'At Bitter*, in CUM.: U 'ure tame
i pure alcoholtc sUmuha #x required. Ton will bear i■.
mtnd tkat these remedies are entirely different frmtt
j any others advertised fir the cure of the diseases
ewemed, these being scientific preparation* of medieiisal
extracts, white the others are mere decoctions of rum
in somt form. The TON' 1C is decidedly one of the most
pleosatk ant agreeable remedies ecer erfered to the
fubMe. Its taste is exquisite. It is a pleasure to take
it, trlU'e its life-giving, exhilarating, and medicinal
qualities hare caused it to be known as the greatest of
Thousands of cases, wlieu the pa
tient supposed he was afflicted with
this terrible disease, have been cared
by the use of these remedies. I'.xtreuie
emaciation, debility, and rough are
| tile usual attendant* upon severe
c*e* of dyspepsia or disease of the
J organs. Kvcn In cases of
genuine Consumption, these remedies
rvill be ftouud of the greatest bctielit,
| strengthening and Invigorating
Ttcrc is .iu medicine equal to JToqflaiid'x Ccrtnan
f Bft'rs or J\ nic .#* cases uf Debility. Th*y impart a
ton* and t\<-r , V,e uhole system, rtrcngtiun k* <7.
Ce"*t' ft the fuGtl, enable ik-.
( slom t q t., j. • j. .rify roe Wood, ffic a g*d,
Hind % HeaUhi npfejite* Jicatr the v ilmc iing*
I ror„p. y 4 . ,• I .. the cheek /"7 -hslug.
j .if iff t n i i irl been Wd % ma "a MVUA.
and itertw > • to >i 'u'l-faced, tbtUi, and v .
j t. rt
Weak diid D'ilic-ale Children
, are made >■ iosg by uu.ig the iiitl. is
or Tonic. Iu luci, tivey ore t uiriiy
Medicine*. Tllej cr.il be r.dliilitniiiiui
with perfect tnlri j to a child tittle
montlis old, tile most delicate trmale,
or a man of ninety.
Viese Remedies are the best
ever known, and will turs all diseases resultirg from
Keep your blooti pore ; keep your /.iter in order;
keep your digestive organ' in a sound, healthy condi
' tion, by the use of these r.r-(. its, and r,i. disease uill
toer assail you.
M"?"* TftT *T"
mmlmU V*.... .
Ladles who with a fair skin and
f;ood complexion, free from a yellow
th tinge and all ot lier disfigurement,
should use these remedies occasion
ally. The Liver 111 perfect order, and
the blood pure, will result iu spark
ling rye* and blooming clieek..
Ruo/lanil's Oerman Remedies are laeintcrjeitsd.
The genuine hare the signature of (. .>/. Juchsoii
on the front of the outside wrapper of each botiie, an l
the name of tfie article blown in • ach bottle All others
ore counterfeit. ___
Thousands of letter* have been re
> celved, testifying totlie virtue of these
READ THE RECOMMENDATIONS.
FROM HON. GEO. IV. WOODWARD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
PniLvEElPHir, MAKCH I6th, 1567.
It nil "Uooflamrs German Bitter''' is sad eni intox
icating beverage, but is a g<xid tonic, use/ut in disor
ders of the diyes'ice organs, and of great benefit in
cases of dtht'ity and want of nercous actio* . . Its
system. J'ourj truly,
GKO. IV WOODtVAHIr
PROM HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
JuJge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Pun. A DELPHI*, APRIL 2Sl!i,
1 consider " lloofland's German Bit
ters" a valuable smdiciw in case of at
tack* of Indigestion or Dyspepsia. I
can certify this from uty experience
of It. Yours, with respect,
From REV. JOSEPH II KBNN.tRt'. D h,
j Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Ctinreh, 1 liil.i.Jelphi
DR. JACKSON— DEAR SIP. :—lhave L cnfrc r-ttnUg re
quested to connect my no me with tvemnnu o'l/iun.
different kinds of medicines, ha! regarding the pro to e
, as out of my appropriate 11-. 1 ,n.-- i" vtt Matit- #
dined; but with a clearprvcf i> i eu.'ii s instanett. nod
particularly in my t cn family, of'.he. useful at..' of !'r.
Htoflaneft German Miters, Idrptrtfi i n.i j
usual cour.ee, ta express my full cmeleti i th > t
i eeneral debility of the system, ami especl tl;. fu i u-i
1 Complsint,it is a safe and VHluvhU-j.iep.u ui. . i„
tome cases it may fail; but urntall a, 1 douU >: • ft i.-ri
be very btnefcial to those who suffer /,*•., t' ,
causes Yours, very respect fully,
J. 11. KUXXA III'.
, Mghth, M m Cacti "
Price ol the Bitters, SI.OO per bottle;
Or, a half dozen for 85.00.
i Price of tbe Tonic, 81.50 per bottle;
Or, a half dozen for $7.50.
The Tonic is put up in quart bottles.
Recollect that it is Dr. lluot f f/ifj 0. rm ... J.V*j. -
that are so universally used and ... highly .
ed; and do not oliino the Ihiiggul to i. nu . ,
take any thing else that ' r st. iy lay ... - -
t cause he makes a larger prof : n it. Ties. ~e e.
will be sent by express to any tpcalily up .. ...
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
.Vo 631 ARCH STREET, Philadetj.lua
CHAS. M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JACKSON & ("0
1 These Remedies are for rale by
i Druggists, Storekeeper*, ami .Medi
cine Dealer* everywhere.
Do not forget to ex.rmint well th. i. ,y;.
order to pet the genuine
i S IILIAN HAIR EKEWEK.
IT WILL POSI TIYEL Y RESTOR K GRA Y
HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR
It keeps the heir from falling cm*. It it tho Kent
dressing in Iho world, making lifele-; " iff Lrssby
hair, healthy, soft and glofsy.
For sale by oil druggist*.
R P. HALL !; 00 Nashua, N. H Prupri. t r*.
Strings for Violin*, Violinoellos, Guitar', Banjos
Ac-. can be had at L. 11. Powell's Music Store, Sorun
ion lie has on hand SoUieof the eelebruied Pngaqm.
tn Viuliu Strings, and is supplytu|| a (jn-tt uiatiy or
. thn *7 aatt
Willi-Mills. i*m TO TO!
I'e culiar and important relations which they so*,
tain, (heir peculiar organuation. and the offices the/
[•crfonn are subject to many sufferings. I ree.J„:„
foul these c?ntiihuto iu no riiiall decree to the'u
happiness at i we'fare f..i bone can !..• bsppv ta
.ie.. W .wil-o. hi.r n -.f these vtu' os .
11,.'. uiplail.!- .MB long I) , -Ullcia I L run .r v- a
,o- invnttthj -h.. rf . u .., .. ..
uJ ire !• -a* pi due.i... ... „.. t ei.-kt:*v,
• ii. i'il" .. ,i- t a u , | ..if,,l %
'hyUk*-ti >!-<■ < ■, t H.CV, a,i.u, -in,
fc ll 18. .11, I I-' • U(l ill- Or|,llt ||r.TU.IJI
mil . line cairn a, l.r o-ntu hsi
. Linos t I 'H- \ bill (it 1. tii.tk ua f.<r
pUi If, •in It tl-. I. •. .1 ,1.9.:.
. fount cilice, i- -i ... -i t \ ii.jf rii a.iug .1i,.i,-r ti
I V • lie • ' thOSe Clou i c- .-tie ruliv .ib*. shmlm ■—
hsi.v.aci.i;'* bxriun i-r B> era liunti.-wi, .or
' for oti in eiler..--, ~ni hundreds o! ol.b:t uffclv tsin
!y to druggists and doctors wh> eithei merely -ad
table them with the hope of a i ure or appfv retne
dies which make tbein worse. I would net wish (o
r.isart >inytbin; that would do Injustice to the at
dieted, hut lam obliged to say that although ll
tury to produced troui excessive exhaustion ol the
powers ofj lite, by laborious employment, unwhui*
fon.e n.r and hod, profuse menstruation, the use ot
tea uu l coffee, anii frequent childbirth, it is f.ir oft
ehr caused by direct irritation, applied to the mu
cous membrane o'tho vigina itself.
When reviewing the causes of these di'tresaiug
complaint:, it is most paieful to contemplate the at
tendant evils consequent up-m them It is but sim
ple justice to the subject t" enumerate a few of the
many additional causes which si largely afiect the
| life, health and happiness of women in all classes ol
j society, and which, consequently, affect more cr le<e
| .lircotly, tho vieUfare of the entire human family.
The mania that exists for precocious education and
marriage, causes the years that nature designed lot
j corporal developments to he wasted nnd perreried
in the restraints of dices the early couficiccseiil of
1 school, and especially in the unhealthy excitement
of tho b.ill-rwrn. Thus, with the body half clothed.
| and the mind unduly excited by pleasure, pervert
ing in midnight rere! the Honrs designed by uaturu
; for sleep and rest, the work of destruction is half
In i onsequcnce of this tally strain up.u ier .ys
ft' Hl, unnecessary effort U required by tho delicate
votary to retain her situation in school at a later
t tiaj, thus agc;ru\Mtin£ The evil. When one excite-
E col is oier, another iu prospective koops the milw
I morntdly sensitive to impredion, while tho now cou
| sunt restraint of firhionalTe dress, absolutely for-
I,Hiding the exercise indispensable tiie utuinm , M
and retention of organic hei.ltfi and strength; the
expuei.ro to Eight air ; the suidc. > hinge of leu.
per at uro : the complete prostration produced by ex
. ccsstve dancing, must, ol necessity, produce their
I eg.t,mate effect At |„r an early marriage cap.
the climax of misery and the unfortunate one, hX
crlu so utteily regnrdiess of the plain dictates and
retuonstranees of her delicate nature, hecotnes an
; unwilling fubjeci . t •n.dicl treatment. This is
but all utl'lut picture of the experience of thousand*
of our young women
J.r.uo lie tore iho ability exer.-ise J the.tunclioLi
■ of ie generative organs, they acquire an education
jI" ,ff L cul '" [ nervous system, comp.se I of what
, JS called the tissue which is, in common w.tb ih.
lemale breast and lips, evidently under the control
'uea'al ttnotion. and associations at an early •
ru- .re ; ar I IIS we shall subsequently see,
the.-: emolioiis. i.hen exee-oii-a. Png befor
lit reritj to habits which sap the verv lite of their
victim-ere nature has telf-completed" their derel
LeworfciTTr 1 IW* H w J l,ehi,i| y- Whites
1 Too 1., og Continued TeHoT'Tr'Tr
l ' roU^ ua l ' l " ri "e offeMhn mm
, vice, a com pa nv • '
i I eniales in . Very period of life, i>o, u infancy u
, In the'^h^c'o?'d^etio^ me 's; XZ
'le prepsrationvof Bark or fron, infinitely Xr
u .oi pleasaot, Ifiutuyi.as KXTRACT * Brent*
having reee red the indole,nen, J Z
nent , i-tmam lhe lniM Su|M _ „
iro ' b " u 'S'' ,: .v 'Fa ccrL'ii.i. U r e lor the foil .
I '"'i-s. th never rai'oV
u* ' ""'" IV .dir.. ' end Pb,A
, • '' V. letrr.CMatl • I t Bi. Mrft •„
1 'I l ie ~. ;i . j, in
lot i "■! . I Bf.. A I , y;
"* iiwi .i JJlti-o.'.ci J. ... JJi
p I-, 1 'iVt''••■>!. oi
r .r... ,i. ..i ttie iif t ~, ; or |,.
ilc ii i an, and, ;nilai't u.f the .mnn.uiirnn's i.f *
- "v. •md Bebilitated -tut id tha svsttini To
A-1: ior HKL.V-
Botns. Take Xo othqy. aold by .Irnggists and
Dealers everywhere Price si '>s u„t| e t .r sir
bottles Ic.r #r;.5!J Delivered to , lnv address D e
h'T HMMRnrn * on >""">>Minn-s. Add re*
I 10. ? J ' l;r " 2 an*l Chemical Wan -
houw. jiroailwar. X. Y.
"jVO.Ni, AKE GEM IN t IN LEAS DoN'E f*P I.N
Ll steel engraved wrapper, with lac-simile of mi
Cbeuitcul W aietinuse orid signed
vR ntj p.B. T - UKLMBOLD
ITTi U OVEfiSEAMfIIG iJfi
SEW IMI MACHINE (JO,
Iu directing attention to their CELKBHATEii
MxrV/rvp T i, 0 *■ B "OLH AND PEWINO
; ; Ul>K > be ff leare to refer to its wonderfni p .-
ulatity as conclusive pronr r.f its great merit-
Ihe increase in the demand for this valuat.fe
machine has beou TEN" FOLD duriiig the last seven
months of its first year before the public
This grand and surprising success is un precedent
ed in tho history of sewing maofaines. and we teet
rnlly wurranted in claiming that
IT HAS xii K^l/AL,
BCI.NR VBSoLCTKLV TMK BKsf
VVAff IJNY MACHIJM £1
IX THE WOKLD.
And llitrltialcally the Cheapest.
11 i. re illy two machines combine i tu i tie (by a
simple and beautiful machsntcal urrauge'tnent.i
making both the Shuttle ..r Lo. k-stitch, uod th.
<ivtt>e.u.iiuo and Button-hole stitch, with equal
facility ouf perfection. It exociiles in the very
'■e-t maimer every variety of sewing, such as, Hem
rntng ! citing, Cording, Tucking, Stitching, Braid
mg and quilting, Gathering and ou
at the mine u ,ie , ao .J addition, Overseeuis.
i r.mbriiiders on she edge, and makes beautiful Pu' -
lon and Eyelet holes iu all fabrics.
'tiies,. machines with specimen* ,-t wo.k .ad
workings can be si en it
rr \KHA.\N"i h'K, FA„
by cuU.. z on ihe uujersigr.ej egertls for the sa.'e
o. rh<Ml IN WyonnajT C JUDU
MRS. GEO. S. TI'TTOX
Mil's-BEN J- NEWMAN*
v i n!tit I.
To Hit- llciraot (filbert Adams lalt- of the
Township i tforkatou. in the tsiuuty
TAKE NOTICE— THAT in pnrsnacv-e of AN index
ot the Orphans Court of tho County of Wyoming, to
lue aire led, an Inquest ot Partition, to jartitiob
Ini* vf-.! oi the herinnfter >Ju
scribed, to and among the heirs sn-l f. -ui represeti
: tatives ~| the sail docedear, viil he tiet.i on the SiL
dea of October. A. iV IbgS. alone o'clock iut.'w
afternoon at the premise; aforesaid, lo wit . nil that
certain piece, paicel, And lot d land situate u the
townebi. of Furkstott, County id Wyoming, mil
Elate o'. Penu.svlvivniu, and Winded iei the N'orth
by the -\ art it IlrAnch nl tbe Afehuopauv t'r.iek eoC
Kind of .Jacob Bartoleit, ..u thu E-t by buid ut Ja
. culi Bur totalt, ou the EtottK bv taod ot Alphms Ad
ams and on the We.t by land ii Hussell Bei(ess.
tumtuiiiing about eighty acres more or less. > a i.t
I inquisition will moat wt the tiiuiietoo bouse .jcotr-ie i
| by said deeedent in his lifo time, (or tho purfuse
efoiesuid t lite tinto .vigive mentions I ftt which
tiute and place ail parties interested. attend if
they think ptnper
M. VV DeWITT, Ebetiff
• Sheriff's I'ltjco. Fuiik. sept,
v bcCt i.
WfILHEAS, letters < f tuliuisivtration ct> tbe <M •
t .iteot Kicboi i ALtiuv, deceased, lstecf thei
township iif Forkston hare t ceo granted to lbs
sub-vriber. A'! jiersmis indebted to the said estatw
tic request* I to i-c iuiucdiate pavimnt, end
tuose Laving, i iaiui; o demands against the estate ot
vim jwid doyodevt vvilf | res-jnt (Ftetzi duly authentiee
ted te tho subscriber, without delay.
AlSfiX I'. C( HuESE, Atfntiass/refor
Forlfitan, S|K IJ, 1309--iit-pd-