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Local and Personal.
•ienatbr Osterhout of this place, paid a short
, -it to his family and friends here, at the close of
~t week, lie is looking well and of course feels
I ne Mr. O. returned on Tuesday, taking %lth him
' . wife and daughter, who, it is understood, will
rr maln with him at Harrisburg during the remain
der of the session. Geo. B. Hewitt Esq., will occupy
M. office at this place and look to matters of unfin
dheJ business left by him.
Window Fmteiilngs.—Mr Hall, of Delhi, N
U D "W canvassing this town, and supplying such
. need tiieui, with a very ehcap and simple arrange
l- at tor fastening sash, cither up or down. Thi.-
L-:cncr mu*t. from its simplicity, commend itself to
,\, r y house keeper. The cost to so small that pec
... u ia not live In the fear of house breakers by
n ,.„l.c:ing to put them on. No cutting or mutilla
' l windows or casings are necessary.
4 wifigll Ride was gi en to a four-horse eleig
, id of our people by H. B. Morgan, a few nights
, t e lhe party drcve to Meehoppen, stopping a;
j f i; ws Hotel—during the evening they made a
r : . a the mansion of D. T. Sterling, and altogeth
,-hada pleasant time. On returning, the usual
event ot sleigh rides occurred near Russell Hill.—
;■ was an easy and graceful affair which injured no
:v nor nothing. Only a pleasant episode.
The Lady's Friend lor February .--A beau
tuiil steel engraving, "Yes or No V' Illustrating a
story by Miss Douglas, leads oil the February num
( r oKUs charming magazine. Then follows thi
usual large and elegant Fashion Plate ; and n
.-raj hie engraving of "Detective Buttcrby Summing
up the jmints of the Case.'' This latter is an illus
•.ration of -Mrs. Wood's new story, "Roland Yorke ;
r. Done in Passion." which to becoming intensely
Interesting There is also a sweet piece of music
called "Beautiful Eyes," and the usual large nuuj
:cr el engravings illustrative ol the Fashions, dress
n. ladies' work, he. he. Published by Deacon h
Peterson, 319 Walnut street, Philadelphia, at >2.50
s year (which also includes a large steel engraving).
Ltti-latioii lor Wyoming County.--Mr
Usterhout has read in place, bills as follows :
An Act to Incorporate the Wyoming County Sav
ings Bank ; a bill for the relief of Gordon Sweat
lain! Recruiting officer for 113 Reg. Pa. A ols ; a bill
compensating James Bunnell, for caual damages ;
a bill allowing parties, in interest and other to give
testimony in certain cases ; a bill requiring the ca
nal and R. R. com uny to build a bridge at the foot
ol Thompson St. Laeeyville ; a bill relating to set
tlement of canal damages. A supplement to the
charter of the Shultzville, Mill City and Tunkhan
nock Turnpike Company, authorizing the building
ot their Turnpike to the river, at Falls.
A too a bill, relating to the chasing of deer uy hounds
In Wyoming County.
Those of our citizens, who arc interested in these
several measures, should let the Legislature hear
I ir m ihem pro or con.
•'Bring flowers, bright flowers,"—lf "the
man who has no music in his soul, is ht for treason,
itratagems and spoils;" the woman who docs not
ve flowers, is fit only for frivolous- flirtations with
:.:a who don't whistle Old Hundred, Yankee Doodle
: • the Devil's Dream.
We have come to this conclusion after full reflec
• n. ami have been confirmed in Its correctness by
•eently seeing the beautiful colored flower plate in
Wk's Illustrated seed catalogue and Guide for the
f; wer Garden." This book of nearly 100 pages, as
-title indicates, contains not only a list of all the
nret and choicest varieties of flower seeds, bulbs,
s with their prices, but also gives valuable practi
] directions for their care, cultivation, trans
.anting. Ac. All who wish to beautify and make
peasant their homes by the cultivation of flowers,
it .old possess this book Theauthor furnishes it at ten 1
■<-ifs than halfits actual cost. Seudandgct one.
colored flower picture is worth the money—and
i:c 100. Addn s James Vick. Rochester. N. Y.
Tie January Term of Court commenced at this
•ate,on .Monday, the 18th iust, lios. WILLIAM
_WI:II . President Judge, and lion's J. V. SMITH
.. I.IRDON P;KC, Associate Judges present.
I IN QrAKTEE SESSIONS.
•in ! Jury called and sworn, Lysandcr Harding
• in, as Foreman.
L 11. Schenek. County Surveyor elect. Filed
nation, and on Petition, C. W. Hlno vras ap
cl to fill vacancy.
matter of Independent School District, out ot
uraoreland and Eaton Townships—Report of
lit set aside.
m'th. vs. CarreU—lndictment, forcible Detainer
•r. k G. Fincke, Pros., True BilL Caus
-Verdict not guilty—and prosecutor pay the
ai'th. vs. Henry Cushure—lndictment.Larcenj
ue Bill at Nov. Sessions—cause, tried at Nov.
.us. Jury failed to agree, cause retried at this
•iun, Verdict not guilty.
mth vs. Hiram Marey and Daniel Decker
ervlsors of Nicholson Twp.—lndictment, no'
urfng roads on return of Constable at Novcmbe.
ns, A nolle prosequi entered on payment o!
'• by Iefts.
T. th. vs. John Mitchel—lndictment, Larceny—
irl Spring, prosecutor. True bill, —cause tried
'•t guilty—Sentenced to restore goods stolen
tae of |S, and undergo imprisonment in jail ol
cing Co.,for three months,
in'th. vs. E. M. Starling—lndictment, Assault
Battery, Ac.—Ahira Gay, prosecutor, True bill.
T v. Sessions. Deft, plead guilty, sentenced ti
•? '-ue of kSO and costs.
•ni'th. vs, E. M. Sterling—lndictment. Assaul'
B-ittery, Ac.—Clark Ilurr. pros., True bill at
Sessiens—Deft, plead guilty. Sentenced to pay
-eof£i, an j cog ts.
-matter of viewers of public road, near house ol
■ubeth Place, In Washington, Twp.—appoint
■"• f viewers suspended until report of view to
Kate the whole road shall be made.
'natter of view, to vacate road from Nathan
-•'c's to James Wakefield's in Meshoppen Twp.
.ar granted to show cause why viewers shall not
•at following was the report of the Grand Jury .on
■" examination of the pnblic buildings ;
•te Grand Jurors of Wyoming County having ex
; >aed the public buildings of the said County, re
"tfully reported, that the Court House should be
■•♦ fired, and that good secure fire proof safes be
ed. in said Court House for the safe keeping
: - alter of Wm. Klngsley. lunatic—Court ap
-*d Elisha Sharp, committee of lunatics, per
aod estate—bond filed and approved.
1 1-ttition of citiiens, Wm. Burgess, was ap
-1 "ol .Supervisor of Alehoopany Township.
; B. vs. Geo. D. Gllson—lndictment, wanton
peeing and shutting Lock gate of canal, True
♦i Nov. Nesions. On motion, leave to enter
' prouqui was granted, on payment of costs bj
- n.atter of Independent School District, In
• "atriin and Meshoppen Twp's.—Report of viewers
-fined and district ordered.
- n-atter of the incorporation of the Meshoppen
,' r ' '"npaty. Incorporation ordered and He
barter to be recorded.
of Incorporation of the Lovelton Ceme
"'•elation— Charter granted. Ac.
IS CIWHAS'S t OUBT.
. - c hion of Levi Slate, Adm'r of the estate of
• bunennn. sale of Real estate ordered.
• -tig p.;itlon and bond of Nathan Wells,guar
s tie minor children of E. Mowry, Jr. private
'state ordered—sale made—Deed a<-
' ' fI he partition of tho real estate o
j'-'fihack.—lnquest awarded. Wilow of F.
- 'aek appointed guardian, r.d litem, of nii
' o "f F. G Hollenback.
•h of Zctiina smea<i, and filing bond salt
"ate oi M. M. Sinead, ordered.
C .. r ' J Iestate of James C. Wiufield—Rule
•' take depositions to he read In evidence—
•• _ L ' S'vcn to Isabel! Wiulield, her agent, or
' n of the real estate of Solomon Whit.
Vv, t' 110 **'' r * a ' e'ittte.mado abeoluto—notice
-•yo, r , Phado by publication In Wyoming and
' ottlcd ." ' Armilla s hupp, 13. H. Stnnsbury,
Vioa-c Y" r li,ln " f m 'nor children of Truxtoc
appointed guardian of minor children of Daniel Trel.
In re, estate of Solomon Brown, dec'd. John B.
Rhodes appointeil auditor to distribute funds In
hands of the executor.
On petition, rule grantod on widow and heirs of
Henry Metcalf. to show cause, why Stephens Dana.
Adm'r. shall not be discharged from further duties
In re. estate of Gilbert Adams dec'd.—on motion,
rule granted on heirs to accept or refuse estate at
appraisal, or show cause, why sale should not be
In re, estate of Stephen II Capwcll, dec'd. rule on
helre to elect or refuse real estate, at valuation, or
'how cause, why sale should not be made.
In matter of Auditor's report on exceptions to ac
count of C. M. Mnuvllle, ex'r. of A. K. Peckham.
dec'd, confirmation as to Auditors fee residue eon
IN COMMON PLEAS.
In matter of the apdlicatlon of B. A. Brink, for
leave to prove contract with Lydia Townsend, dec'd.
Wm. M. Piatt appointed commissioner to take dep
ositions—notice to lie given adm'r. of time and
E. Smith, vs. John Sittser—on petition and affida
vit tiled, rule granted to show cause why. whyjudg't
shall nof be opened and deft, let Into a defence—Pro
ceeding to be stayed.
Mary A. Hotchkiss, vs. Albert B. Hotehkiss—Di
vorce, Court direct proclamation, nnd appoint J. 11.
Rhodes Commissioner to take depositions.
Oscar M. Stephens,vs. Sarah A. Stephens, Divorce
Subpoena awarded—E* N. Bacon appointed commis
sioner to take depositions of witnesses to be read on
hearing of case.
On motion and report of committee, R. W. Ham
ilton, a former member of the Wisconsin bar, was
admitted to practice law In the several courts of
John Phoenix vs. J. P. Bestiiler—ejectment—cause
settled by parties.
Maria Meredith's ex'r vs. Rosengrant and Decker,
ejectment, cause came on for trial. Jury sworn, Ac.,
The defts, during the progress ol trial, being taken
by surprise at the offer of evidence nyt disclosed by
Fills, brief of title, jury were discharged from lurther
consideration of cause and a continuance granted.
Wm. S. Shupp. vs. Abel Hillings—ejectment
cause tried, Verdict for Pltf. tor lands described In
writ, after amendment.
Wm. Stark, vs. Peter S. and Steyhen D. Croup
ejectment—disclaimer of Stephen D. Croup, filed,
cause tried, Verdict for Plff—reasons for new trial
Chas. Smith, vs. Phllo Sherwood, rule granted to
show cause, why judg't. should not be opened and
•left, let Into a defence.
J. V. Lynch, vs. Freeman Townsend and Lafay
ette Sherwood, on motion, time for making up issue
extended to next term.
Dana A. Ketebam, vs. Abram Kcteham—Divorce,
< n reading affidavit, divorce from bonds of matrimo
Glivia Tiffany, vs. Harvey E. Tiffany—Divorce, F.
C. Ross, Esq. appointed Commissioner to take de
Martha ,T. Moore, vs. James A. Moore.—Divorce, j
order to make proclamation, continued.
THE BRODHEAD MUKDEU. —The trial of
Wm. Brooks ainl Charles Ornie, for the
nurder of Theodore Brodhead, near Del
iware water Gap, in Monroe countv, last
all, commenced at Strondslmrg on Mondav
i week, and resulted in a verdict of murder
in the tirst degree against both prisoner.-
i'lie most important witness was Thomas
Jrodlicad, who was with his brother at the
ime the murder was committed. Thomas
Brodhead's house had been robbed on Hep
ember '2sth. The Brodhead brothers pur
ned the robliers. Thomas coming up to
hem first toid them they were suspected,
md insisted they should return with him.—
Brooks seemed inclined th comply, but (>r
ne refused. Brodhead, stepped between
hem, took hold of Orme and told him he
uust go back. Brooks stepped back a few
t ps towards the h< mse, then rallying Brooks
irew a pistol and shot down Theodore, who
•1 just come up. Shots wr-je tired by both
prisoners at Thomas, who eseaped with Li
NEW NN KELS. —The denominations of
he new coins are to be one, three and five
ents, and they are to composed of oue
loiu'tii nickel and three-fourths copper. —
Die one cent coin is to weigh a grain and a
mlf, and will be about the size of the five
•ent silver coin which some of the existing
uhubitants of the United States will recol
•et to have seen. The three and five cent
i <-ees are to lie about the size of the one
and two cent coppers now in use, and will
veigli respectively three and five grains.—
L'he new coin is to lie a legal tender for a
•olhir except for duties on imports, and all
" iie existing copper coins are to be with-
;'OKELY—BLAKESLEE.—At the resilience ot the
bride's father. Mr. Franklin Blakealee, Springville.
Jan. 14th. by Rev. J. S. Lewis, assisted by Rev.
Wm. H. Garitt, Jerry Cokely and Lucy M Blakes
lee, all of Springville. Pa.
sPERRY —GARRISON. —At the Lymanville M. E.
Church, Jan. 17th. by Rev. J. S. Lewis. Samuel
H. Sperry of Woodbrldge, Conn, to Lucinda E.
Garrison of Lemon, Pa.
BROWN—EVERT.—At Skinners Eddy. Wyoming
Co. Pa., on Wednesday, Jan. 20th, by F. J. Fur
man Esq., Geo. H. Brown of Rome. Bradford Co.
to Cedla M. Evert of Auburn Centre, Susq. Co.. Pa.
SICKLER—In Fall*. Dec. 17th 1888, Ida May young
est daughter of Perry and Emerett Slckler, aged
2 years, 6 months and 17 days.
She is sweetly sleeping--
Little loved one, early blessed-
Free from care and pain and Sorrow,
She has gone to early rest;
One whose timid little foot-fall,
Now we listen for In vain
One whose voice like bird-notes ringing
On earth will ne'er he heard again.
Did you know how blessed and happy
Angels were, you would not mourn,
That to join that band in heaven
Your beloved one had gone;
Soon the Lord will call you Heavenward-
Weeping pzarents—then she'll come,
And fondly greet you at the portal
Of that bright, eternal home.
L. M. B.
MUSIC! MUSIC!! MUSIC!! !
If urtber evllenco of enterprise and improve
uent, in _ „
The undersigned bis recently opened a MUSIC
••TORE, in the Room occupied by Buck and Stor
ing, in Sta k's Brick Block, two doors East of the
Wyoming National Bank, in which everything in
ii lie* if* kept.confHntlv f>n band,*uoh as PIANO>
MELODEONS. OKOA NS Y IOL IN S or IT AK S,
BANJOS, FIJ TtS, !■ 1> ks, CLARION KTTKs,
pict (IIJ)S. V IOL IFF BOWS ami STRINGS, of the
irf-st quality—DßUMS, ACCOKDKONS, FLI TI-
Sbeet Mueic, Music Books ; and in short, every
rt ole connected with Music in any of its different
•ranches. . _
His GOODS are all selected hv Prof. Louis I neto
ious, of Wilkesbarre, and all Pianos, Organs and
'■•iodeous, art warranted ft r 5 ■ ear-.
Orders t'r. rn anv point, will bo prompt y a*tended
ami goods furnished fa in lite to fifteen per cent,
el, taper than in any fiber E-tnbl ishun ut of the
ind, in this se. lion ■•! tiie county,
t Arrangements have been made with n ev
(.enrnced Tuner, who will Tune and repair all kinds
f Musical Instruments. .
A. L A\ hn l.
TunkhattDock. Jan. 25, o9. —vßn2slj
EASTMAN invite* the attention of the public to
tho style, workraausbip, material, rnriety and
prftte df his stock of ready made work
S.ry W ILL purchase a patr of Eastman's water
f proof Doots, cerUi'uto keep any man's feet
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LtPPtsroT* cV BAKKWELL .
The people seem to be crazy about your RED
JACKET AXES. Please send me twenty dozen more.
Yours truly, W. D. F.
CAFTloN*—Fprinciplcd dealers are soiling Axes
palmed red, as the RED JACKET AXE. The good
(Qualities of this Axe consists in its su|rior CI'TTINC
qna'.ties not in the Bed Paint.
Tie ' RED JACKET" i. for sale by all responsible
hardware dealers and tbe manufacturers.
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SILVER-PLATED WARE, CASTORS, FANCY
OOODS, Ac., of
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Licensed Wholesale Dealers by tile U. S,
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rate of ten cents each in clubs of Ten, Twenty,
Thirtv, Forty, Sixty, One lluudred. One Hundred
and Fifty, Two Hundred, Ac. For a dollar the re
ceiver can buy the article described in the check, or
exchange it for any one of two or three hundred oth
er articles in our circular. As a guarantee of the
worth ~f every article sold by us. any article on our
checks can be exchanged for a White Bed Quilt or a
Silver Plated Revol ing Table Castor, with Five
Bottles. Road what the great pap r of the North
west, the 'TOLEDO BLADE (Kasby's paper), says of
"WHAT WE SAW AT TUE HUB. —Curiosity led us,
while recently in Boston, to visit the dollar estab
lishment of Mes-rs Eastman and Kondall. Their
trade has become so immense that they now occupy
four stories in the elegant block •No to Hanover
Street. The name of this firm his become as 'fa
miliar as household words' throughout the Middle
and Western States, while as prompt and honorable
business men they are endorsed by the best firms in
their own City. Their Club System of selling bloodr
has done more, we believe, during the past tew years,
to keep down the prices of domestic articles in every
day use, than all other influences combined. Most
of their goods are manufactured expressly for them
as, for instance, cutlery made to their order in Shef
field. England, and imported in large quantities for
their dollar trade alone."
Now is the time to get signers and send in clubs.
Ladies specially wanted as agents.
Partial list of art'cles allowed as commission to
any one sending in clubs :
CLI B'OF THIRTY, (53.) 21 yards bleached or
unbleached Cotton Cloth, Photograph Album, 100
pictures, elegant Morocco Binding. Revolving oval
band Silver Plated Table Castor, 5 bottles. Ladies'
Dress Pattern. A Lady's ricily ornamented Black
Walnut Writing Desk. Fancy Cassimere Pants
Pattern Large White all Linen Tnblo Cover.—
White Lancastet Counterpane. 20 yards Calico. —
Alhambra Bed Quilt. Ladies' Morocco Shopping
Bag Good Cottage Clock.
CLUB OF SIXTY. ,<S6.) -12 yards Bleached
or Uuhle ached Cotton Cloth. Fashionable Dress
Pattern oj yards wool Ca-simero for Pants and
Vest Pattern. Fashionable Woolen Shawl. White
Marseilles Counterpane. Lady,B Large Genuine Mo
rocco Shopping Bag. Lady's Fashionable Cloak
tern. Pair good White Woolen Blankets Black
Alpaca Dress Pattern. 4 yards double width water
proof Cloaking. G yards Farmers' good wool Frock
ing Rosewood Brass Alarm Clock. Lady's Fur
Muff Set Misses Furs, Muff and Collar,
CLUB OF ONE HUNDRED (310). G3 yards
good Bleached or Unbleached Cotton Cloth, one yd.
wido Lady's or Gent's New Silver Hunting Case
Watch. Fashionable Thibed Pattern. Ele
gant lilack Alpaca Dress Pattern. One pair of good
white woolen Blankets, large size Lady's Fashion
able Double woolen Shawl. Two large.fii e,Bleached
I.incn Table Covers, with one dozen largo sized
Dinner Napkins to match. 25 yards Hemp Carpet
ing. 7J yards fine Cassitnere fur suit. One Dozen
Ivory Handled Steel Bladed Knives and Forks. One
dozen Rogers' best Stiver Plated Forks on white
metal. Portable Sewing and Embroidering Machine
7 J yards double-width Water-proof Cloaking. Set
of Furs, Muff and Collar.
It is impossible to give a complete list of goods,
hut Agents desiring articles not named above, will
please mention them, and we will accommodate
them if possible. * It yon have a Club ready, or in
tend to raise one tor any other house, don't fail to
send it lo us and at the same time ask for our New
Circular and Mammoth Ex hango List. Parties
acting as Agents for other Dollar iiou.-cs in this
city, will please sen 1 us their address. ami that of a
dozen or so of their male and female friends as we
can make it for their advantage to do so. M ile und
female a Rent a wanted as usual.
SEND.MONEY IN IILiGISTEiKIII) FET
TERS in every Instance, and we guarantee that
it will coina jierfeclly sale.
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jewelry sales and gift enterprises. Sen l to us for
decision respecting oar business by the Commissioner
ot Internal Revenue, dated Washington, Nov. 4,
I*6B. If you want prompt returns for your money,
send your clubs to
JJA ST.UA or <• A L\\'DA LL,
I. O. Box E, C5 Hanover St„ Boston, Ms
DON'T DEAD THE ABOVE !
3J.iV J J L J
£ s 4 4 1
where, male and female,lo introduce the GENUINE
IMPROVED COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING
MACHINE. This machine will stitch, hem. fell,
tuck,, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a
most superior manner. Price only sl3. Fully
warranted for five years! Wo will pay 1000 for any
maahtne that will sew a stronger, uioro beautiful
or more elastic seam than ours. It makes the ' Elas
tic Lock Stitch." Every second stitch can be cut,
and still the cloth cannot oe pulled apart without
tearing it. We pay agents fr im $75 to S2OO per
month and expenses, or a commission from which
twice that amount can be made. Address SECOMB
A CO - , Pittsburgh, Pa., Boston, or St. Louis, Mo.
CAUTION. —Do not be imposed upon by other
parties paltping off worthless cast iron machines,un
der the same name or otherwise. Ours is the only
genuine and really practical cheap machine manu
THE PATENT MAGIC COMB
Will color gray hair a permanent black or brown. —
Sold everywhere Sent by mail for $1,25.
Address WM. PATTON, Treasurer.
Magic Comb Company, Springville, Mass
Early Rose Potato.
American and Foreign Spring Wheats, Oats, Bar
ley, Corn, Clover Seeds, Grass Seed, Hogs Fowls,
Best Fodder Cutter. Send for the EXPERIMESTAL
FARM JOURNAL, only 20 cents. Address GEO. A.
DEITZ, Chambersburg, Pa.
AGENTS, FARMERS, GAKDKEItS and
FRUIT GROWERS,— Send for particu
lars of "Best's Improved Fruit Tree and Vine Invig
orator and Insect Destroyer." Samples to test will
be forwarded to any part of the Unitod States and
perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Good Ag nts are
wanted in every County in the United States. Ad
dress J. AHEARN, 63 Second St., Baltimore, Md.
DEAENESS, CATARRH, SCROEULA
A LADY who had suffered for years from Deaf
ness, Catarih and Scrofula, was cured by a sirnpie
remedy. Her sympathy and gratitude prompts her
to seni the receipts tree of charge to any ono simi
larly afflicted. Address M, C. L., Hoboken, N J.
ERRING BUT NOBLE.—Seit-beip for Young
Men, who having erred,desire a better tnankood
sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. If
benefitted return the postage Address PHILAN
THROS, Box P, Philadelphia. Pa.
To sell the AMERICAN KNITTI NO MACHINE.
Price $25. The simplest, cheapest and he?t Knitting
Machine ever invented. Will knit 20,1'00 stitched
per minute- Liberal inducements to agents. Ad
d ess AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO ,
Boston, Mass., or St. Louis. Mo.
Whereas, letters of Administration to
of S. G. Harding, late of Eaton township, rlec'd,
have been granted to the subscriber. All persons In
debted to the said estate are requested to make ltn
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 JOHN IN ROGERS
Rhttqi) JTnr. nftfc >dmlrttrat%
Trade Circular for I 869.
CONTAINING a lift of valuable and useful ar
ticles for gale at ONE DOLLAR each;-also,
' liberal indu ements for forming C iubs.
It also contains inform itlon, which, we
tlilnk, will be important to any person Send
ing money to the Gilt Enterprise tine Dol
: lar Concerns.
! It's the opinion of souie of our City and State
; officials, tbu if this circular is circulated in all parts
i of the country, il would be the weans of saving a
| a great deal of money, which is now lost by sending
jto these unlawful concerns. On account of our iin
■ mouse trade, and of the depreciation in Merchandise
j we are now offering to Agents better induiements
lih in over before offered' Copies sent free to any
I address. ANNREWS ACO, 54 Elm St., (formerly
10(i Sudbury St.) Boston, Mass
[From Dispensatory of the United States.)
DIOSMA CRKNATA—BUCHU LEAVES.
PROPERTIES.-Their odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, their taste bitterish, and ana
logous to mint.
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES.—Bucbu leaves
are gently stimulant, with a peculiar to
the Urinary Organs.
They are given in complaints of the Urinary Or
gans: such as Gravel. Chronic Cafarrh of the Blad
der, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and Uretha,
Di.-e:ise of the prostate Gland, and Retention or In
continence of Urine, from a loss of tone in the parts
concerned in its evacuation. The remedy has also
been recomemled in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism,
Cutaneous Affections, and Dropsy.
Huliubold's Extract Buchu is used by persons
from the age of 13 to 25, and from 35 to 55, or in
the decline or change of life, alter Confinement, or
Labor Pains ; Bed-Wetting in children.
In affections iculiar to females, the Extract Bu
chu is unequaled by any other remedy, as in Chloro
sis, or Retention, Irregulaiity, I'uinfulness or Sup
pression of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Schirrous State of the Uterus, Leucorrhea, or
Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys. Gravel and
Dropsical Swellings.—This medicine increases the
power of Digestion, and excites the Absorbents into
healthy action, by which the Watery or Calcareous
deposilit ns, and ail Unnatural Enlargements are re
duced, as well as l'atn and Inflammation.
llelmbold's Extract Buchu has cured every cage
of Diabetes in which it has been given. Irritation
of the Neck, of the Bladder, and Inflammation of
the Kidneys, Ulceration of the Kidneys and Bladder
Retention of Urine, Diseases of the Prostrate Gland,
Stone in tbo Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick-Dust
Deposit, and Mucus or Milky Discbarges, and for en
feebled constitutions, of both sexes, at
tended with the following symptoms : Indisposition
to Exertion, Loss 01 Power, Loss of Memory, Diffi
culty of Breathing, iVeakNerve--, Trembling, Hor
ror of Disease. Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain
in the Back, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body,Dry
ness of the Skin, Eruption on the Face, Pallid Coun
tenance, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular Sys
llelmbold's Extract Buchu is Diuretic and Blood-
Purifying, and cures all diseases arising from habits
of dissipation, excess and imprudences in life, im
purities of the Blood, Ac., superseding Copabia in
affections for which it is used, such ag Gonorrhoea,
Gleets ol longstanding, and Syphilitic Affections —
in these diseases, used in connection with llelmbold's
Sold by all Druggists and dealers everywhere,—
Beware of counterfeits. Ask lor llelmbold's. Takeno
other. PRICE- 81.25 per bottle, or 6 bottles for 6,
50. Delivered to any address. Doscribe symptoms
in all communications.
Address 11 T. II ELM BOLD, 594 Broadway .NY.
"\7ONE ARE GENUINE uuless done up in steel
ll engraved wrapper, with fac-similee of my
Chemical Warehouse, and signed
11. T. 11ELMBOLD.
MfTM IE IVEUIfi m
SEWING MACHINE CO,
In directing attention to their CELEBRATED
COMBINATION BUTTON HOLE AND SEWING
MACHINE, beg leave to refer to its wonderful pop
ularity as conclusive proof of its great merit -
The increase in the demand for this valuable
machine has been TEN FOLD during tho last seven
months of its first year before the public.
This grand and surprising success is unprecedent
ed tu the history of sewing machines, and we feel
fully warranted in claiming that
I T HAS NO EQUAL,
BEING ABSOLUTELY THE BEST
FAMEL.Y MAC HINE
And Intrinsically the Cheapest,
It is really two machines combined in one, (by a !
simple and beautiful mechanical arrangement,) !
making both the Shuttle or Lock-stitch, and the j
Ovcrseaming and Button-hole stitch, with equal |
facility and perfection. It executes in the very '
best manner every variety of sewing, such as, Hem
ming. Felling, Cording, Tucking, Stitching, Braid
ing and Quilting, (lathering and sewing on, (done
at the same time,) and in addition, Overseami,
Embroiders on the edge, and makes beautiful Bat
ton and Eyelet holes in all fabrics.
These machines with specimens of work end
workings can be seen at
TUNKII AM NOCK, PA.,
by calling on the undersigned, agents for the tale |
of them im Wyoming County.
MRS. GEO. S TUTTON,
MRS- BENJ- NEWMAN. I
rfi Jmau HALL'S
mc \ J VEGETABLE SICILIAN
ITS EFFECT IS MIRACULOUS.
It is a perfuct and wonderful article. A better
dressing than any "oil" or "pomatum." Softene
brash, dry and wiry hair into Beautiful Silken Treae
es. But, aboue all, the great wonder is the rapidity
with which it restores GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIG
The whitest and worst looking bair resumes its
youthful beauty by its use. It does not dye the j
hair, but strikes at the root and fills it with new life
and coloring matter.
The first application will do good ; you will see the
NATURAL COLOR returnim; every day, and BE
FORE YOU KNOW IT,
the old, gray, discolored appearance of tho hair will
be gone, giving place to lustrous, shining and beau
Ask for Hall's Sicilian Hair Renewer ; no other
article is at all like it in effect.
Seo that each bottle has our private Government
Stamp over the top of the bottle. All others are im,
R. P. HALL <fc CO. Nashua, N. 11. Proprietors.
Price SI,OO. For sale by all druggists-
A Farm for Sale.
Situated in Lovelton Valley—loo acres of land
about half improved, with good buildings, tin or
! chard of grafted apples, with pench. plum, pear,and
and grapes, a never failing spring, water running in
the woodhouse— good Mills, Stores and Schools
near by. Price $3,500.
S. B. HULBCRT.
Lovelton, Jan. 7, '68.—n23-lm
THE reason that Eastman g Water-proof Boots
are impervious to water ig that they are lined
with silk oil-cloth and super-lined with a water
i proop preparation which will resist the action of
i snow water, or nn almost unlimited exposure lo any
| kind of iiamp. Warranted to give perroct satisfac
ONE reason why people go to Buck k Sterlings'
to buy their furniture is becauso they sell first
] class goods at about halt tho price they have usually
been sold for in this country.
GUIDE TO MAR IA E.
Young Men's Guide to Happy Marriage and Con
jugal Felicity. The humane views of benevolent
' Physicians, on the Errors and Abuses incident to
Youth and Early Manhood, sent in sealed letter en
velopes, free of charge. Address HOWARD ASJSV
; CIATION, Box. P Philadelphia, P^,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diaeaaea of the Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colda, Whooping
Cough. Bronchitis, Asthma,
Probably never before in the whole history of
medicine, has anything won so widely and so deeply
upon the confidence of mankind, as this well* til
remedy for pulmonary complamu. 'J In oiign a I o.ig
series of years, and among most of the races of
men it hai risen higher and higher iu Uicir c-tiiu i
tion, as it has become better known. Its nniloi-ui
cliaracter and |K>wer to cure the various aflecttoiis
of the lungs and throat, have made it known as a 1 e
liable protector against them. While adapted to
milder forms of disease aud to young children, it is
at the same time the most effectual remedy thai c_u
be given for incipient consumption, and the dan
gerous affections of the throat atld lungs. A a pro
vision against sudden attacks of Croup, it should
be kept on hand in every family, and indeed as all
are sometimes subject to colds and coughs, all
should be provided with this antidote for them.
Although settled Consumption is thought in
curable, still great numbers of cases where the dis
ease seemed settled, have been completely cured,
aud the patient restored to sound health by lire
Cherry Pectoral. So complete is its mastery
over the disorders of the Lungs and Throat, Unit
the most obstinate of them yield to it. When noth
ing else could reuch tliem, under the Cherry Pec
toral they subside am' disappear.
Singers and Public Speakers find great pro
tection from it.
Asthma is always relieved and often wholly
cured by it.
Bronchitis is generally cured by taking the
Cherry Pectoral 111 small and frequent doses.
So generally are its virtues known that we need
not publish the certificates of them here, or do more
titan assure the public that its qualities are fully
i Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fever. Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &c.,
and indeed all the affections which arise
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatio
As Us name implies, it does Cure, and does not
fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quiniiip, Bismuth,
Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous substance
whatever, it in nowise injures anv patient. The
number and importance or its cures in the ague dis
tricts, are literally beyond account, and we believe
Without a parallel in the history of Ague medicine.
Our pride is gratified liy tlie acknowledge ents we
receive of the radical cures effected in obstinate
cases, and where other remedies had wholly failed.
Fnacclimated persons, either resident" in, or
travelling through miasmatic localities, will be pro
tected bv taking the AGUE CVRE daily.
For Ijirer Complaints, arising from torpiditv
of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stimulating
the Liver into healthy activity.
For Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it is
an excellent remedy, producing manv truly re
markable cures, where other medicines had failed.
Prepared by DR. J. C. AVER & Co., Practical
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., and sold
all round the world.
PRICE, SI.OO PER BOTTLE.
Sold by C. Detrlck, Tunkhannock, Pa. Sterling
A Son, Sterllngville, C. C. Berge. Nicholson, Frear,
Dean A Co., Factoryville, and all Druggists and
! CLOTHINQ 4
MERCHANT TAILORING ESTARLISH
Takes pleasure in announcing to the public that he
has secured the services of a first class CUTTER
from New York, and will keep heieafter, in connec
tion with his Clothing Department, a first class shop,
for the manufacture of CLOTHING, In all styles of
CUTTING A MAKING, done at short notice.
Every description of
MENS' <*: BOYS' CLOTHING,
constantly on hand, such as
SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS A. DRAWERS.
and all goods kept in the Clothing and Gents Fur
Call and examine goods and prices,
before purchasing elsewhere.
Tank., Pa. n23-ly.
SILVER PLATED WARE.
D McKown respectfully announces to the people
H Wyoming County, that he has made a specialty of
ofEAVY SILVER PLATING, lor years. Heavy
plaiting is much more economical than light. The
more Silver put on the goods, the cheaper it is done
in proportion to the amount of Silver used. Spoons
and Forks, should not be of less than 16 oz plate—
-36 or 43 oz. would be far more economical. Yat
4oz plate is called a good plate by the trade , and.
poor as it is, but a small portion of all the goods
made come up to this standard. "Ounce plate," in
platers language means the number of ounces of
silver, to the gross of table spoons. All other sur
faces are estimated by these. For example, des
serts are estimated at 3-4 ; and tea spoons at 1-2 the
surface of table-spoons. Sixteen oz. plate is 16 ozs.
of fine silver to the gross of table-spoons or dining
forks, 12 oz. to the gross of dessert spoons or forks
and 8 oz* to the gross of tea-spoons. This quality
of plate will cost, on the aierage, twice as much as
4oz and will have four times the amount ot silver
on it. Thirty-six oz* plate will cost about three
times as much as 4oz , and will contain nine times
the amount of silver on it. Thirty-six oz* plate is
the lightest that will allow the engraving on it, of
name or initials, without cutting through unto tho
metal beneath. Forty-eight oz plate will cost about
four times as much as 4 oz. plate, and will contain
12 times the amount of silver. This plate costs
about one-half as much as solid silverware of ordi
dinary weight, and for every day use will be more
durable than light, solid silverware Most ot the
•olid silverware is made much too light to be dura
ble in oonstant use. The terms "double." "treble"
to. Ido not use to designate qualities—there being
too much ambiguity in their use.
All goods, made by me, having my name and fig
ures denoting the oz, plate, stamped on them, will
be guaranteed full weight of silver on first qaality
of metal on them.
I will plate to order, goods of any thickness of
plating desired, from 4 to 43 oi
Old goods, (Ist quality of metal) plated any thick
P. C. BURNS A BRO, Jewelers, at Tunkhannoek,
Pa., are agents for the sale of these goods.
All orders left at their Store, will receive proper
Pittston, Pa., Dec. Ist 1368.
DON'T fail to go to Buck A sterlings', to look at
(heir large stock of Looking Glasses, the largest
ever kept in the place, and then the prices can't help
Views, Picture Frames. Pictures.
O Brackets Ac., for the Ilollidays, f. r sale at Buck
FAIR-stitched Imported drench Calf Boots, man
ufactured by Eutrnan for 810, are superior to
city made Boots which cost sl4
EASTMAN'S imitation French Calf Dress Boots
at 86 to 86,50 are a neat, stylish an l durable
article. Nothing like them intbis market.
IF you want Boots or Shoes and the full value for
j'our money, io to Eastman's- lie has every fa
cility for manufacturing and challenges competition
NO more necessity for complaints of wet feet.—
Eastman's water-proof Boots are warranted a
complete and perfect remedy, and this warrau t
mean as written guarantee, if required.
EASTMAN sells good Hemlock half-double soled
Kip Boots at 81,75 ; French calf pegged Boots
at 86 ; Imported French Calf, Fair Stitched. Box
; Toes, at 810, and every other article inhi-lir.e
! equally low prices.
Whereas, letters testamentary on the estate of
C. W. Whitnoy, late of Windbam Tp., deceased,have
been gmnted to the subscriber. All persons i ndebt
od to said estate are requested to make payment,
I and those having claims or demands against the
j estate of said dec-tiTd, will make know n the same
witimot delay, L. WHITNEY. Kt'r.
WYOMISG METALLIC PAIIfTCOMPASY
lhe Wyoming Met.'lln I'-int C .ui|i.u > was orga
-1 nixed under the general lews ~f tl.c btain of New
! York, with a CAPI TAT, STOi'lC OF TWO HUX
; DRED AND Kim THOUSAND DOLL AUS
divided mo. TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND SHARES
J OF TEN DOLLARS EACH.
The company own tha mine find land around it in
j fee No royalty is therefore to be paid, THE ON
'I.Y EXPENSE TO RE INCURRED IN MANU
FACTURING TIIE PAINTS, i.-. .-imply in quarry
ing the rock, una reducing it in the Company s null,
situated in a stone's throw of the mine.
THF PAINT oF THIS COMPANY HAS BEEN
THOROUGHLY' TESTED by romps-tent chemists
nod first elng-r VA.-TER I'AIMUB>, an i ALL
TESTIFY To IIS SUPERIOR QUALITY'.
It contains over 75 pr cent, of iron, II.IS A
HOOD BODY, MIXES READILY, REQUIRES
j BUT LITTLE OIL. TAKES TINTS. AND IS VE
In view of the cro-it abundance of material and
the SMALL COST OP M ANUFACTURING, and
the SUPERIOR QUALITY OF 01 U PAINTS, the
Company cxpe-t to supply the market with a BET
TER ARTICLE an 1 at CHEAPER. RATES than
! any ether company in the country.
OPINIONS OF PAINTERS.
Xho undersigned, a practical painter, hereby cer
| tifies that he has used m st of the mineral paints in
| use for years past, an l that he regards that of the
j WYOMING METALLIC PAINT COMPANY
found in NICHOLSON 1 . WYOMING COUNTY", l'a-'
superior to all others fur durability and finish
Nicholson, June 27th, 19gS.
PitureviLLE Aug. 25 ISgS,
i 0- L. IIALLSTKAD, E-Q.— DEAR SIS: I have used
the Myoming Paints, and believe it to bo the best
and most durable Metallic paint in use. It has a
good strong boJy, works easily, requires but little
NICHOLSON, Oct. sth 18g8.
OL. IIALI.STF.AI>. Esq DEAR SIR J I have used
and otherwise teste 1 the WYOMING METALLIC
PAINT, and am clear of lhe belief that it is supe
rior to any other Mineral Paint in tlio country. It
has a good color and uiixmr readily; but its strong
and best features are its heavy substantial body,
combined with tin extremely oily nature, in conse
quence oi which it requires at least a third less oil
than any other paints in use. J. L. PECK.
NEW Y'ORK, Oct Ist 18g3.
0. L HA ULSTKAIR Esq.—DRARSIR: T am a prac
rii-al painter Have been extensively engaged in
the business for over thirty yens. During that pe -
riod I have used every variety of paint known to the
frade, and without hesitation pronoun 0 the WY'O
MINii MEf.-iLLIC PAIN'IS, the best Ihaveever
seen. It has a heavy body, mixes easily and takes
from a halt to a third less oil than ordinary paints.
Iteanbe u>ed successfully, either for cottage pur
poses, rough out door >".-k, roofing, or as a fire-proof
paint. Respectfully Ac.
A. G. BOLWIN,
Pieroeville, Aug 28, 13q3
0. L IIALLSTEAD Esq.—Dear sir": I have tested
the Wyoming Paint, by usir.g it ia my shop, and
believe it to be superior to iny other Metallic
Paint in the market, Las an excellent body, mixes
readily, anl requires only about half the usual
amount of oil of other Pain's. R-spe tfully Ac.
Cms. L. JACKSOX Cabinet Maker.
Pierceville, August 15. 13g3.
0. L. IIALLSTEAD, Dear Sir; I gladly'add my
testimony in favor of the ox-client qualities of the
Wyoming M -tallic Paint. From practi al tests 1
believe it to be superior to any oilier mineral paint
in use. It has a substantial bady, mixes easily, re
quires but littlo oil and inikes a handsome finish.
ISAAC I) CORKY, Wagon Maker.
Later from Mayor IlitL
MAYOR'S OT'M r., Seramon Pa.. June 231 13g3.
0. L. IIALLSTEAD Esq—Fear Sir: Hiving made
a personal examination of jthe properties of the Wy-
Wyoming Mineral Paint, and teste 1 it inmost every
manner, I am convinced tint it is inferior to no ar
ticle of tho kind to be fbund in the country.
Very Truly Yours.
E. 3. M. HILL.
TIV.WPA. Aiigu<-t l-t. ISqB.
0. L llallstead, E-q I-.ir Sir . About thirty
five years ago my father purchased a quantity of the
Wyoming Mineral Pin', with win U ha at that
time painted a building, rind after the lapse of a
Quarter of a century it is fresh and good. Better
evidence of quality car, hardly be required.
Truly Y >urs, E REED MYER
Scranton, Sept. 3, 1393
0. 1.. Ilallstcal E- J—Dear Sir: I have u-el
the Wyoming Metallic Pain:, an I have great pleas
ure in saying lli.it ir is super! ir to any other mineral
paints in the marker lisa- ivy substantial body
makes it durable tbr out-i ie w >rk, roofing an! Ac.,
aud tho readiness with which it bikes tints rtnderi
it an excellent article lor cottago purposes. Alto
gether I regarl i' as the best print in use.
- Very Truly Yours,
DAVID BAILEE, li;uso and Sign Painter.
All orders or commani itioni should be a I dressed
to the WYOMING METALLIC PAINT COM PA
NY, NICHOLSON, Pa.
O WD TiTP'in
Li. l . W fcIXU Xi.A,
(Successor to Drs. Lyman A Wells,)
Begs to announce that he will continue trade at the
old stand, on
T1( c; A STREET,
Keeping a well selected stock, adapted to this mar
ket. A full usiurtmcnt of .
all the popular PATENT I.DICINES.—Avers.
Jnyne's, llollister's, Wtshart s. Wolcott's, Scovill's,
Sehenk's, Upturn's, Ilolmbnld'g Scott's, Ac., Ac.
AC., AC.. AC., AC.
Prescriptions, carefully compounded.
C. J. WRIGHT.
Tunk,, P.i., Jan. Ist, 13li9.—vPn'22-ly
LEHIGH VALL E Y KAILKOAD.
WYOMING DIVI ION.
DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL OF TRAINS
On anil after Nov. 3d ISGB,
DOWN TRAINS DEPART FROM TUNKHAN
NOCK, AS FOLLOWS :
Ist EXPRESS PASSESOKU—at 6.20 A M., connect
ing with N J. Central, and North Penn'a Rail
kßoads, arriving at X. Y. at 3 .50 P. M. and at Phil
adelphia at 2 P. M
I 34 FREIGHT ACCOMMODATION departs at 9.30 A.
1 M.' arrives at Mauch Chunk at 7.00 P. M.
j VP TRAINS ARRIVE AT TUNKHANNOCK,
I Ist FREIGHT ACCOMMODATION at 19 50 A. M.
J leaves Maucti Cbuuk at 3.99.
| 2nd EXPRESS PASSKVGEH arrives at 4.30 P. M..
! Leav s N, V, via X. .1 iho.tr .1 at 6.45, and Phil'a
! via North I'onn'.i at 7 15 \. M
THIS IS TO CIVId NOTICE :
i That on the sth day of January, A. D. 1369, a
! Warrant in Bankruptcy was i-- ic t against the es-
I tate of Andrew S Collura, r.f F ills Tp , in the Coun
j ty of Wyoming and ki.,te of Pennsylvania, who has
I been adjudged It,ud.ru; t i n his own petition ; that
the payment" of any debts and delivery of any prop
erty belonging IO -u-.-h Bankrupt, to him. or for his
use. uu t the transfer of any droperty by him are for
; bidden by liw ; that a meeting of the creditor* of
: the said Bankrupt, to pr.<ve their Debts, and to
chooao one or nioro Assignee.* of his Estate will bo
j hel l nt a Court r.fdtankru] t -v. t . !..• bol kn at the
; Office of t!ie Register >u tli > B ■ •. ol Tou-.md*. llrad
! ford Co, Pa., before EDWARD OVERTON, Ju ,
, Register, on the 20th day of Fe -'v, \. I>, 1369. a
2 o'clock P. M. THOS.'A. ROWLEY, U S. Mar
• thai, By K-15. Co f, l.iiAi 'ill,Depity.
\LL of Eastman'.-- Wut-w-pr-- f 15-■ os are made
ot Leather la-no t illm-li i.-oioied way —iu
, cold liquor, consoquently wilt turn water and will