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farm (Sartmi & Eitrbrn. j
tr* F rmer NIJ Agricultural MEA generally |
ere r i n contribute Im ibis Dspartun-iit. .< it j
ii fro ai thtir e|erience tb.it we ho|C to gain route- |
tiling ut interest for our renters
UNTILL HINTS.— New inilrhciws should be card- '
*•1 daily They like it. and it pays.
Tbe potato.is a great ahsother l pntni.li. There- |
lore, wood iiiliei are a gtwi manure f.r i'-
l'ut a tew live fish into wells, if angluwi.rma infest j
It tbe roots of trees are (lipped into water just be
fore planting, ilia carlb tbat sticks to tbem "ill give
immediate support to tbe suiall fibers.
Jobn Jobuson says tbat farmers must give special |
attention to sbeep and cattle keeping if they want
to make grain growing mure profitable.
Calcined plaster is as good a fertilizer as the un
ralciued, but i is usually wasted alter its use in Die
Some one says if salt Is kept before a horse in tbe j
stable, he will not gnaw bis manger Trial will
Boot crops, not grain, are tbe the thing for young
orchards. They i o not steal so much tree food.
Toads are capita) bel|ers in taking care of vine
Esperuuents seem to prove tbat fence justs set
up tbe reverse way from which they grew, will last
much the longer.
It is difficult to tell colic from bote in a horse, but
a tub h fc)<H>ulul of chloroform, in twice as touch mu
cilage, is a good remedy for either.
Rich uiilk is not the best for calves. A butter
cow is not a good stock cow.
Look out for morals as well as muscle in hiring
taiui hands They mar ruin the boys by their vie- )
Carrots are recotamended for horses to aid |
tioit, and tomatoes to cows to improve and increase
Feed stock regularly, and eat and cook food as
much as puesible Few farmers do it.
Mangers should be low, asd stables well ventilated
and well lighted. Many horses are made blind by
being kept in tne dak. Insects do not infest very
late sown peas as they de early ones
Stewed pumpkin as u has been found of
great value in reducing inflammatory rheumatism.
Vork olid beans.arc the lue-t nutritious fuod for
the money tbat can bo 'bund. lhrce ecu's worth
will give a hearty meal.
Smoke I rout rags dry wood or corn cobs is better
than fro tobacco in pacifying bees to remove hon
Nine-tenths of the diseases wbicb hippeu te tbe
hoofs aud ankles or tbe borso are occasioned by
standing on the dry plank floors of tbe stable.
Shouts will push on young aud old trees just where
limbs are not wautej. Remember tbat tbe new
tender rhoot will soon be a bard, wooiy branch. A
slight rub will remove it, but If left a year tbe
knife ioust be uso-i. Rub ofl those sh.aits wheo
youpg "a i save cUMtng thereafter.
Cultivation in tbe orchard has a two-fold effect
It Jaetroys the weeds, anJ leaves the surfaee in that
I'ght, mellow condition which enables it to answer
the purpose of a mulch. Young orchards, with crops
between tbe should be cultivated with ss much
an eye to tbe trees as to the crops.
FABMKBS Adath was a farmer while yet in Par- |
adise, and alter his fall, commanded to euro his
bread by tbe sweat of his brow
Job, the h.west, upright and paint, was a termer
ami his endurance has passed into a provetb.
Socrates was a farmer, and yet wedded to his cal
ling the glory of his iaimortal philosophy. '
St Luke was a farmer, and divides with Prome
theus the honor of subjecting the ox for tbe use ot
Ciacinnatus was a farmer, and tbe noblest Roman
of them all.
Burns was a farmer, and the Muse found htm at I
the plow, and filled his sonl witb>?etry
Washington was a fanner, and retired from the
highest earthly station to enjoy tho quiet of rural
life, and present to the wot Id a spectaele of human
To these names may be added a host of others
who sought peace and rep. se in the cultivation of |
their mother eatth ; the enthusiastic Lafayette, the
fier* Randolph, ajl found an Eldorado of consolation
from life's cares and troubles, in I lie green anl ver- -
Jant lawns that surround their botuesteals
tar c..i .rs are too often a neglected portion of i
tbe dwelling. At this tme of year they -hould '
be thoro ighly cleansed and put in order 'or the re
ceptiuo f winter stores. The walls ought to be
whitewashed, and the ceiling also ; it renders them
not otdy sweet but lighter. Then farmers all under
stand what they negleet te practice, viz. tn.it vege
tables, as potatoes, beets, turnips, Ac., retain their .
flavor better if packed in earth' and kept from the
light. Fr this purpose bins should be constructed
around the cellar next to tbe walls. Then (here
should he a closet for evened fruits, Ac. to keep
them clean, dry and dark ; an 1 hanging ebctras to
bold various articles and keep them fiotn miee, for .
those vermin will occasionally infest the best cellars.
Go down into your cellar, honest farmer, and look 1
around ; thiuk for what it is intended, how much it |
contributes to the comfort of your family, and how
much their health may depend oo its condition and
you will resolve that it is as worthy of cine and at ,
tentiuu as the parlor.
tsr Cistern should he cleaned and put in order I
to be filled for winter. It is well also to look after 1 ,
the arrangements fur supplying the farm stock with .
water during the winter. If there is not a supply j
in the bara-yarJ, perhaps a few dollars expensed i
rightly will btiug down an unfailing stream from a
A ckian writes to Western paper, that of a '
lot of telegraph poles put up in Kentucky, the chest- j
■at IV I ted first, the cedar gavo way next, lite locust (
stood five years louger, anl were still nearly sound
tar Stanchions with open mangers for cattle are
objected to, because the strong steal from tbe weak, j
A partition board three feet high would obviate tbe
nr The Norfolk Chronicle condemns us of
ekock ROIUS OB rses. They spoil their uth*. im
pair tl ir tempers, and renders thetn generally un
An i in of importance in plowing is to tee, before i
beginning, if there is any defect in the surface of
tbe ground tbat can be modified or corrected.
or I'rofessor Spooner objects to sawing off or
shorts ning tbe horns of cattle. It gives patn to the
animal and impairi its strength.
%3T The bat food for fattening towls if said to
b ground oats mixed to a dough with water or milk.
The latter is the best.
If yon w. aid n..t have your horse acquire (he
h It of bon-ing iu the halter, d. tad strike t him
|-i front when • '-unr
£jf W • •it stated that coal or gas tar applied j
about a tofti vilb will keep the grain from du vesta- j
lion by rats-
j -|^ EL * WESTERN R R.
Winter Arrangement— 1807-8.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE.
WESTWARD | EASTWARD.
1 Passenger Mail Mail Passenger
Train. Train." STATIONS. Train Train.
A M. P. m.
9.C0 New York * 5,50
11.39 New Hampton, 2.30
1143 Washington, 2.15
12.03 Oxford, 2.01
12.15 liridguville, 1.30
12.30 Manunk Chunk, 140 • *
lfine. 100 Delaware, 1.35 Dine.
1.10 Mount Bethel, 110
1;25 Water Gap, 12.51
1,40 *-troudsburg, 12-36
151 Spragucville *12.24
2.02 Henryville, 12 14
2.20 Oakland. 11.56
2 39 Forks, 11.37
3.00 Tobyhanna, 11 17
3.14 Guuldsboro', 10.04
3,36 Moscow, 10.40
3.47 Dunning, 10.30
4 20Ar ) CL 10.00
A. M > SCRANTON. < P. M
10.10 4-351.4 S ( Ar.9.50 6,2a
10,40 4-57 Clark's Summit, 9.28 5.55
10 53 5.05 Abington, 9.20 5.40
11.13 5.21 Factoryville. 904 5.21
11.43 541 Nicholson, 840 435
12.08 6.03 Uopbottom, 3.23 4.10
12.38 625 Montrose. BCO 340
1.09 6.46 New Milford, 7-29 3.10
1.35 7.05 Great Bend, 7.20 245
P.M. PM. AM P.M
"Station toot of Liberty St.
The MORNING TRAIN from New York con
, nects at MANUNKA CHUNK with the train leav
! ing Philadelphia (Kensington Depot) ut S 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,
At>d arriving at Buffalo at 6 15 a in , aud at Sala
manca at 5 50 a. in
The Passenger train from Scranton connects at
Great Bend with through trains going west and east
on Erie Railway, arrivin' at Buffalo at 12.00 mid
night, aid at Salamanca at 11.55 p. m.
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, and in
termediate stations.arrivmg in Philadelphia at 6.00
p. in., and at New Hampton with a tram for Eas
ton. Bethlehem, Allentuwn, Reading and Harris
burg, arriving at Harrisburg at 8-30 p. in.
At SCRANTON. connections are made with
trains on the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Rail
road, and on the Delaware and Hudson Canal Co.'s
Railroad, Time Tables ot which roads are printed
R A HBMRT. Gen Pass A Tkt. Agent. jo29tf
STANSBURY, II ASS <fc CO.,
ANNOUNCE to the public that the Furniture
Rooms formetly kept by Mansbury & llassbavc
been removed to the Planing Mill ot
D. L PECKHAM,
CORNER OF COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
with whom a partnership has been formed where,
by availing themselves of steam power, with improv
ed machinery they arc prepared to furnish every
thing in their line, from
At the Lowest Living Prices.
UNDERTAKING attended tout the shortest
Upholstering and Repairing done to order.
STANSBURY, HASS A CO.
Tunkhannock, March 19, 1969.-tf.
NJS W TAI) C Y
! Tioga Street, Tunkhannock, Pa.
M Its. K. LEASE.
HAVINtf lately opened a new Fancy Store , of
fers for sale an entirely now assortment of
I Dress Trimmings, White Goods. Embroideries
; Ladies Zepher, in all colors. Kid Gloves, Cuffs and
! Collars, Lce, Veils, Corsetts, LadiesNe -kties, best
quality of Combs, Needles and Thtead of the best
quality, and Fancy Notions of every variety, a
large stock of Fans,
Including China, Brouze, Papier Mache Tin, Rose
wood, Glass, Pewter, Wooden, Parian and Candy
Cosmatici Jto., Such as Pomades, Oils, Bandolina
bloom of youth aud Paints, Rouge, Lilly White,
Oriental Cream, Pearl Drop, Ac.
MRS. E. LEASE
Tunkhannock, May 30, 1368
STEM IFEE 111 ffi MM
ALL KINDS OF PURE SPICES,
C. W. KIRKPATRICK & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IV
C REAM T A R T E R , Si C .
A'o. .5/7 Lackawanna Avenue,
(A few doors East of the Wyoming House,) t
We grind all our own SPICES and COFFEE. i
COFFEE ROASTED & GROUND |
AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE !
ANI) AS CHEAP AS IN ANY CITY.
C. W KIRKPATRICK,
II S. SEA RLE
Scranton. ~ July 16, '6S—v7u4bTy.
MANUFACTURES HUBS, SPOKES,
HEAVY AND LIGHT WAGONS,
GENERAL WOOD WORK,
WOOD TURN/NO IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
SCROLL SAWING. PLANING. ETC., ETC. 1
To Dealers in
HUBS, SPOKES 4- BENT STI FF,
We offer a
LARGE STOCK FROM W HICH TO SECLECT.
The above are from the beet
SECOND ORoWTIIJIICKORY i,\OAK,
LIGHT AUD HBAW WAF.ONS OS HAND.
Mv hate the It <ad and Narrow ] Guage.
JjjT" MILL PIcKS in uie and dieted.
W. f. BISHOP, Supermini ant.
MC. MERCUR, Ft rsid-nt.
vfinliy Totrapda, July 2.1 bgf).
• jjlisi'fllanr mis.
J7OUND, ..r .-an be
1 o.,.iit t Lyman X
l Turikli.itiiick, I'emi'a.and
_J. -jr. i I i oiii' i drillers, the UH'T
Si -: 3| : - vPKAi Kvr.i t-it -v.:m SfZCtr
— M-L AT ICLIMWINT. 'lhiaLini
r 'S?" ~ Id i" -a meoi i-laii'D unrivalled,
and is the besl, ch> aje-st. niosi poueriul Liniment
ever offered to the | üblic, for man or horse.
It has been used for inativ vein* in Knglui d, by
ihe leading barriers, and ihev have had the greatest
soccess with it of auy liniment ever used (or thr cure
Those who hive horses tbat an sweei.ied or Imne,
• | have swelled j (in'?, Sprains, bruises, ..II surer, flesh
cola, collar gulls, dj-e., should trv this Liniment and
they will be convinced that it is superior to all oilier
If it docs not give guo.l satisfaeti n, return the
IMIIIIC half fill! and your money will r- refunded.
Put jp in i-ntivcuient form, nn-1 soft b.v all Drug
girts and Storekeepers at 50 eents a b t: |c.
Don't fail to eall for the Great /fit: lish Siceenr'j
D. U. GAREY.
Middletown, N. Y., Fob. 18, 1863-tf.
A GREAT VICTORY!!
FORT SUMPTER RE-TAKEN
Kncniy of Mail Driven to lite
\ ND THE NORTH SIDE OF THE
I, OLD FORT FILLED TO OVERFLOWING
t * TEAS,
- Both Green and Dried Apples,
I . Also, Fresh Canned nnd Dried
j Per., hes, Prunes, Currants.
I, i Potatoes. Cabbage,
. , Nuts, Spices, Salt,
s Soap, Segars, Pork, Lard. Butter,
* Eggs, Fish, Smoked Meat, Oysters by the quart, gall
f on or barrel ; Solid Meats, in fact, every
thing in the line of GROCERIES
Tbe South si !e of the Old Fort is fitted up lor tbe
reception of all wishing a dish of Raw-
Stewed or Fried Oysters
1 Pies, Cakes, Checsr, and a Cup .-t Hot Coffee. Sar
dines, . r a dish of fresh peaches.
: Butter, Eggs. Game, Chickens, Ducks,
s and Geese, at all times,
. for which cash will be paid on de
livery, at the very
highest market rates.
' Call and see for yourselves and be convinced that
, the place to buy your Groceries, is in the Old Fort
on the Southwest corner of Tioga and Bridge streets,
B. M- STONE.
Nov 5, 1867—v7nl4tf.
A full and well Selected stock of
At TUNKHANNOCK. la.
The undersigned takes pleasure in soliciting tho
inhabitants of this place and vietuity to call and ex
amine his goods.
SUPERIOR FACIEI TIES
Euatile him to supply
Bi.ITER and CHEAPER ARTICLES
In his ine at
WHOLESALE anl RETAIL
than can be bought elsewhere
M. R. KOHNSTAMM'S
(Crane X Lull's old stand.)
Tunkhannock. May 5, 1863 tf.
gfltOUD iv DHOWN'Si
Fire, Idle, Accident, ant! Uvc Sitock
GENERAL INSURANCE AGF.XCt' !
CAIMTW. REHKESKNTKD < VEK-j3t),OOU,OGO.
Home 1n5.,C0., N Y.,Capitt<l and Sttrplus.34,' 00.000
Ins. Co. of N. America, i'hila. •' 2,000,000
International Ins. CV, N. Y. " • ' 1 500.000
Hartford Fire Ins. Co, Hartford Ct. "' 2,000,000
Putnam " " " " 700,000
Enterprise •' Cincinnati, 0." 1,000,000
Glens Falls " (ilea's Falls, N. Y., " 400,000
Lycoming Co. Mutual, Muncy, Pa, ' 4,000,000
Farmers' Mutual, York, " 700.000
I Plxofnix Insurance Co Philadelphia, 6250,000
, CONNECTICUT MUTUAL Lifk INSURANCE COMPANY. ,
of Hartford, Ct. Capital - 616,000,000
Notes received In payment of otic-half the
premium, on which six per rent, interc-s'
only is charged, and the note is never to be
paid under any circumstances—at death or
maturity the policy will be piid in full and
notes given up.
Travelers' Ins. Co. of Hartford Ct, Capital
ami surplds , - - 700,000
Hartford Live Stock In. Co., Hartford, Ct.
Capital and Surplus, - - 500.000
Insurance on all kinds of Live Slock against theft
ami death from any cause
Ai! Business entrusted to our care will be attendod
. to on fair terms, and .ill Losses promptly adjusted '
Office Ist door East Iroui Banking OfTtco of
W. 11. Cooper .t Co., Turnpike St., Montrose, Pa.
j Chas'.T Sl I STOCD 4 BROW *' A *ents,
M. C SUTTON, Esq., Friendsville, Pa , Solicitoi j
CHA3 H, SMITH, Montrose, I'n.,
Jewelry Store !!
:P. G. BURJfS & BRO.
i J^ AVE JI3T RECEIVED A LARGE
! STOCK OF JEWELRY
' of the latest styles.
GOLD RINGS, 18 Carets fine.
| SOLID GOLD.SETTS JEWELRY,
Gents' Masonic and Scarf Pins,
Sleeve and Collar Buttons, £c., Ac
' Solid ami Plated Silver Spoons,
Forks, Napkin Rings,
Cake, Pie and Batter Knives,
Castors, Cake and Card Basket.',
Nut-Picks, Ac-, Ac.
Front ROGERS A BRO.'S Silver Plated Ware Co.
CLOCKan 1 \\ ATCLLES
of the latest American and European Manufacture, j
Tunkhannock, Dee. 19,4Pg7.
IDatitij.uf v\ firi( ©notis.
0. S. M J L L S <f- CO
Corner Tiuga .ml Wiirrgo Street-,
Aie uow opening h l#rt PliWho
IRON, STEEL & NAILS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Var
nishes, Turpentine, Benzine, Nail
Rods, Building Hardware, Mechan
ics Tools, Wooden Ware, Brushes of
all kinds. Cutlery, Shovels, Seives,
Lamps, Lanterns, Oil Cloth, Rosin,
Ropes, aiso llatchets, wrenches &c.
HARNESS MAKERS HARDWARE,
Buckles, Japanned Buckles, Silver plated
Bitts tf every kind, Haines, Iron Pad
Trees, Saddle Trees, Gig Trees, Birth
Web, worsted and Cotton, Thread. Silk
Awls, and needles, ILtlt<r Chain.-,
Chains, Ac. Ac.
PAINTS AND OILS,
SPERM. AXI> LUBRICATING OILS
WILLOW W ARE
WINDOW and PICTURE frames,
GLASS OF ALL KIND-.
-Vails and Hand-Rakes at
wholesale and retail.
All of which have been
SELECTED ' I CHEAT CARE,
and expressly for tLis 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.
Tank. Pa. May 29 th, 1.807
NOW OPEN ED.
A.. B. MOT 'V
THE CORNER STORE.
BY HENRY STARK.
IN TUN KHANNOCK, PA.
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
A NEW STOCK
SPRING AND SI MMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
DRY GOODS .
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OILS
lIATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS
lIATS AND CAPS
Ac,, Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
In large quantities and at reduced prices.
A. B. MOTT.
Tun It May I ft. 'Gfi—vCn3B
DANIEL WRIGHT & NEPHEW, ;
At 'lunkhannock, Ta,
Are Agents for the following, and all other responsi- i
ble Insurance Companies :
N America, Philadelphia, Assets, $1,763 267; .
Enterprise, " " 372,304.
Manhattan, New York, •' 1 052,128. I
N. American, •' " 755,057, j
Lorillard, ' " 1,436.540.
Corn Exchange, " " 501,095. |
Farmers' Ins. Co., York, '• 525,080.
Lycoming, Muncy, " 2,800,000. j
Home, New York. " 3,645,388'
Hartford, Hartford, ;l 1,789,153*
Phoenix, ' " 1,103.467 :
Travelers, '■ •' 741,337*
Hartford Lire 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 tho most
reasonable rales, in any of the above companies.
Losses to insurers by Fire, accident or theft,
promptly adjusted and paid
Tk>, P. Bpt. 16, 1W7,.v7*7.1f,
* it ■•'•■ Pi a . *•-'
o;itijs sV Utrtiriiifs.
T H EE A G L E
PUN KH AN NOCK.
LYMAN & WELLS.
Dr Lyman respectfully anuounces that he hai
taken Ir. EH. Wells as ,v partner iu the
, DRUG BUSINESS,
and that tlioy will eontinuo to keep
' A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT,
ln their line, at theold stand of.l. W l.viuar
- A Co,, on Tioga St.
i' We cannot emimeraie articles, i.ut it is our inten
tion t. present a
' WELL SELECTED AND RELIABLE STOCK
adapted to this market, and meriting the alter.-
tion of all who desire
1 DYE STUFFS,
1 Ac Aie. Ac.,
I A rates an low as can possibly te afforded.
N. 11 —All professional culls promptly attended.
Prescriptions carefully prepared, at all limes, by
: one of the Doctors.
J W. LYMAN, M. I>. E. 11. WELL-. M. D
; 7)7t I r G A. \ "Y> )'A 711871' A TOHE.
Th© Itir-t'fl ami m -t cuiujdoto I>iu<r Mure in
NEW GOODS FOR EVERYBODY!!!
NOW IS Tim TIMR TO BUY I
Just received nnd fur Sale a splendid Stock of
NE W G 0 01 ) S ,
VARNIS II E S ,
I) Y F. S T U F FS .
BRUSHES OF ALL
DESORIP T I O N S,
Poe k c t 800 k s,
POMADES A PERFUMERIES.
F \NCY NOTIONS,
CON F E CTIOXKRY.
TION RIES TOBACCO,
HAVANA CIGARS, (REAL.)
ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS. SHOUL
DER III! ACES, TRUSSES. Ac., Ac..
ALL Tri: POPULAR PATENT MEOICINtS CP THE DAY
And in fact every imaginable article
belonging to a
FI I'ST CLASS DRUG STORE.
D-m't 1-irget t<> call at
J)R. KIIOADS* DRUG STORK.
ijillingn & JJhillip?;
Keep on hand and at all times, a
full stock of
P X> f* T* "V 7T y? Q h
ij xl O ajt £<. ay a, Xi <5 i
BOOTS & SHOES, ofElmira manuf ture.
" Bing'mton 11
GLASS and CROCKERY
Ashton and BBL. SALT,
DRIED FRUITS, of all kinds
Flour Feed, Meal &. Bran.
PORK, HAM and FfSU,
Farming Utensils, &c., &c.
We take in exchange, all kinds of
Grain, ai the highest market prices,
Receive and forward feight of all
kinds for up or down the river during
| the season for shipping, and will keep
coal on hand, in quantities to suit
purchasers, during the season ; will
; be found on Bridge Street, below
Hufford's Hotel, the sign in large
£3ST We have good PRINTS at
12 1-2 cts. per yard, and all other
goods in proportion. Call and see us
| and you will be satisfied that it is not
! the best place to buy where there is
1 the most blowing done. Onr stock is
\ always full, as we receive goods every
day from New York, and are bound to
! sell as low as the lowest.
BILLING & PHILLIPS
Tunkhannock, May 27, '67—n42 H
Application will bo made tot be Legislature at it,
next session fo. ilie iucoi juration of a Savings Bank
to be located iu the Borough of 1 unkhaur.ock , with
privilege to recei>o deposit* purchase an i tell, Bonds
and Stocks of the Unit-d Slates, and of this Com
monweaDh and oiher securities, to be cal ed "Tho
Wyoming County Saving Bunk." Capital Stock
450,000 with the privilege increase the same to
J. C. WRIGHT, DANIEI \Y RIGIIT
U. S. MILLS, J W. LYMAN.
Tunk. Jane 18th 1868.
C- D 'JEAKHEA Hi AID
', - * * v
.. TUNKHANNOCK, PA.
Having hud a iifo-I<iifr experience as Founlry
. • men anil Machinests, and employing none hot the
.best workmen the undersigned pledge i!ieuielvi
' to exeiute all work in their line in a style r.t.t sur.
passed by any ? in ilar s!l lishn.rt in tht; country*
ma le and fitted up on short notiee, from pattern? on
: ban i ot all sites.
and other Farming Implement .
STOVES OF ALL KINDS.
Tin, Sheet-Iron, and
' ZW.imv, LEAK). P/PES. Ac., Ac.
always on hand or furuisjed to orJer.
r C I). 'TEARHART, & CO. '
, Tnnkhannocic, April 3ih, ISFS7 vfin3Btf.
Hardware and Iron.
Ji l! X . i ■
XOW OFFER FOR SALE.
IRON, STEEL, NAILS AND SPIKES. MINE
RAIL, RAILROAD SPIKES, ANVILS. I
BELLOWS, PLAIN A CONVEX
I BIILIEIS' liUVili.
lII'BS, SPOKES, FELLOES. SEAT
SPINDLES,CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES.
PIPE ROSES, SPRING STEEL
BOTTS, NETS, WASH
H AIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
GLASS. Ac . Ac.,
DOORS AND BLINDS
ON HAND IN ASSORTMENT
AND MANUFACTURED 10 ORDER
LEA THEE AND FINDINGS
—n; n .i*ri'h 2S. !Sb3 *ln33 j
WM MACK & SON
j take pleasure in informing the puklie thai (
they have opened their
And are •
! NONE BUT
done prt aptly ana well,
TlWASiah*, .Vlan, 14
J Buck & Sterling
FURNITURE WARE Ru 0M
Over Sherman & Lathroj/s S;.
next door to Wall's Hotel.
, TUNKHAXOCK, \'A
PLAIN <:<JTTAGE SUITS,
MARBLE < OTT AGK SCIT>.
WALNUT CHAMBER SPli>
I'AULOK SUI IS IN lIAHI <
PARLOR IN VELVET I'LLMI.
and a large variety of low-priced Furniture ..
lowest cash rate*
BUCK A SrEIH.I.V,
|)entfi' furnishing fjoot
ii. n a aiiA 3i A. c o.
Announce to the public that J'hejj have recer, .
ted np and retuu >ed their Cluitiing Store t
Store House of C P. .Miller,
Their stock enprims every description <
MENS' AND bOYS' CLOiHli:
KJKi ESS CO A KS,
A ACA- COA PS,
O ) 'Ji'JiCOA /.
IJA TS A CAP.-.
COLLARS. UMBRELLA .
and in fact everything in the Clothing or Fu ..-I: .
■tr J' PV ' S ~\X? I*!> 3 f* I <
Vliil I |j • iv r i.iJf. f i tiii.
In adlition ' • the above we have an elegant a.-
Clothes, Cussimersand Vesting.
£ Clothing iua le to order at tho anrte-:
Call and see. before pu.chasing elsewhere am
SECURE GOOD GOODS
II EAR HAM if CO.
Tunk Aug. 5, '<j9 -Gn! tf
For Sale at Mott's.
ot Le?:er A Co'?
KIP and CALF
A full stock of
Balmoral, Congress, l'oiish ot Glove
Kid and Goal. Also,
GENT'S UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS
GENTS' BUCKSKIN GlOVi*
Gertg' KID GLOVES,
Lined, Unlined and Fur-lire.l.
For Sale at 3lott's
BIITfIS II SVIBSIiII 111
DEWING MACHINE CO.,
In directing attention to their
COMBINATION BUTTON HOLE AM' SF.WU
MACHINE, beg leave to reler to its win leiful p
ulmity as conclusive proof id its grea! intent-
Tbe increase in tbe demand fur this valua '
, machine has beer. TEN FOLD during the last sen ll
! months of its first year before tbe public.
This grand and surprising success is uoprsceih
' ed in the history of sowing machines, and we
fully warranted in claiming that
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
BKISR ABSOI.t TKLY TliK RKsT
IN THE WOULD.
And Intrinsically the Cheapest,
It i* really two machines CombV .1 tn one. (ty *
| simple and beautiful mechanical arrangement
i making both the Shuttle or Lock-stitch, and tar
Oversea ruing and Butt, n hole siiich. with
facility and perfect i.m. It executes in flic J".
best manner every variety of sowing. su>h as lit®'
miiig. Felling, Cording, 'i u king. Stitching.
ing and Quilting, Gathering an i wwirg r. vivos
at the same tine.) and in addition,
; Eui'.rviders ou Hi© e-, and makes lini ii "n®
ton au l Eyelet holes in ail tabiies. i
These machine? wish e.imeuf id wot "
workings can be v;i. at
TI'NK ll \ A NOCK. I'A*.
by a. in; on the ua lersigned, agents fi't
Ot t .em in Wyom ug Ciitmty.
MRS. EE >. .-5. ' rruiN,
Mitts liK.t J' NhiVMA*.