Wyoming democrat. (Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co., Pa.) 1867-1940, April 28, 1869, Image 2
CURRENT NEWS. A man in Pittsburg has a beard eight ] feet long. Paper coffins are the latest European in* Main. There la a popular movement in the "West in favor of repudiation. The wheat in the valley of Virginia nev er looked more promising than now. Brooks, one of the Brodliead murderers, is still at large. South Bethlehem has four churches and forty saloons, restaurants and hotels. A shanghai rooster killed a small child in Keatttdky the other day. A baby advertised for adoption in Lou don was wanted by 370 applicants, all of whom sent money as a pledge of good faith. During 1808, 158 persons were accident ally injured on the New Jersey railroads. In 104 cases the injuries proved fatal. There are in this State 645 lodges of (rood Templars, with u membership of 46,000. One patent medicine manufacturer advertises in twenty-five hundred papers in this country. A Jersey man who invented an intlia rublier carriage has sokl his patent right for half a million. Thirty mechanics in Lancaster have con tracted to build a three-story brick house in thirty working hours. N. H., authorities allow no one ou Sunday to smoke a pipe or cigar iil>on the public pave, within one mile of the City Hall. The Select Committe of the Wisconsin * Legislature upon capital punishment, have retried in favor of restoring the death penalty for murder. The New York Times says there is no doubt that Andrew Johnson will lie back iu the senate before Grant leaves the pres idential chair. The Pall River cotton mills manufacture 114,3(4,000 yards—or 64 977 miles of cloth, yearly. The pay-rolls of the various es tablishments amount to 8200,000 a month. The proposed bridge over the East river at New York is estimated to cost 87,000,000, and to require six years for its construction. It will lie a mile in length. Just to show that Galena was not ex hausted after it produced himself. Grant has given six prominent foreign and domes tic appointments to that place. At a recent large fire in Helena, Monta na, barrels of cider and ale, for lack of water, were poured upon the flames to quench them. At a recent frontier ball a half breed;belle appeared in a hoop-skir*, ornamented with fox tails, and waist of yellow flannel, slashed with stri|>es of buffalo hide. A slight shock of earthquake has been felt in Lancaster county, No wonder. The members of the Legislature from that county have gone home. Leavenworth, Kansas, is the largest city of its age, but one, in the United States. It is only 1J years old, and has 18,000 in habitants. Winn, Me., boasts the largest tannery in the United States. It turns out yearly 00,000 sides of sole leather, using 7,(XX) cords of hemlock bark to tan it.. A lunatic locked himself up in a Chica go hotel and commenced smashing things. He was captured by an army of thirty men armed with chloroform sponges, A man who passed twenty four hours in the New York sewers emerged with a bag full of watches, jewelry, and other valua bles. The Philadelphia Bulletin says that it is reported that John O'Byrne, Esq., one of counsel for Twitcliell, has in his possession the slung-shot with which Mrs. Hill was killed. A little girl only eight years of age, was outraged by two negroes, near Home wood, Sunday evening. The perpetrators of the outrage had not Ixien arrested at last accounts. An Indiana printer has had the unußnal pleasure of patting in type the marriage notice of his own father and mother. They were divorced several years ago, and now re-married. Miss Mary Grant, of Richmond, the lady about whom Rives Pollard printed the article which caused him to be shot, has marriod a person named Ford —the same one that was after her then. Orders were received at Boston on Fri day from the Secretary of the Navy, direct ing all the war vessels at the Portsmouth and Charleston navy yards to be got ready for active service immediately. The "swearing train" leaves Washing ton every day. The passengers are very much in the condition of the individual at the Camptown races, who — - Went down there with a pocket fall of tin, And came back home with hlf nat (tore in." Five rustic New Yorkers gave a polite metropolitan sharper 8350 to buy their tickets to California, on hia assurance that he could save ten dollars on each one's passage money. The clever fellow disap peared in a corwd and forgot to return. One of the inmate* of the North Carolina Lunatic Asylum recently visited the State Legislature, and being asked on his retnrn what lie thought of it, replied—"Well, I think they area branch of this establish ment." The negro, Harris, nominated for Lieu tenant Governor of Virginia by the Rad ical Convention at Petersburg, last week, has a white woman for a wife. She was a "Yankee school inarm" from New Jersey. They were married since the war. Miss Clara Barton wants Congress to assist her in "raising" negroes "for Con gressional and Presidential duties." She had lietter marry Menard, the darkey 's Con gressman, from Louisiana. In this wsy she might succeed in "raising" some half breeds. During 1868, the seventeen street rail ways of Philadelphia, with a total length of *l72miles of track, transported 60,435, 512 passengers, received 83,393,623 and paid out 82,460,703. During the same uu> 11 horses were killed on the roads, and 14 injured. A Bridgeport gentleman lately saw, with out interference, his landlord fleeced of tWO by gam biers on the train, end remark ed in explanation, "I wasn't goingto warn him. He raised my rent 3200 this year- Prom which let sJI avaricious landlord* mko warning ®jje ftmotrat. HARVEY 81CKLER, Editor. TUNKBANNOCK, PA. Wednesdays Apr. 28, 1869. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. The Democratic State Convention (or the nomina tion of candidate* for the office* of Oovraor, and Judge of the Supreme Court, will meet at 12 o'clock a. on Wedneaday, July 14,1866, in the Hall of Rep resentatives at HarrUbnrg. By order of the Demo cratic State Committee. WM. A. WALLACE, Chairman. DAVID CALDWELL, Secretary. April 14, 1860. Andrew Johnson. Ex-President Johnson, far from being dead, gives his opponents full proof of his vitality. The Radical press have lately tAking to misrepresenting Mr. Johnson's utterances, which is the best proof that they have no other way of meeting them. His speech at Knoxville, Tennessee, as re ported in the papers of that State, differs widely from some versions of it that have been current here. Indeed, there are few men whose speeches show greater vigor than Mr. Johnson's and many of his mes sages and State papers will stand compari son with the best efforts of the same kind that have emanated from any of his prede cessors in the Presidency. At Knoxville Mr. Johnson thus defined his position': "I stand now as I stood then, battling for the Union and the Constitution of our fathers, but where do some of them stand now ? I told them that the true place to fight the battle was in the Union and under the Constitution. So I told Jeffer son Davis when he left the Senate. After the battle of Bull Run the country was dis mayed, and five thousand troops marching into Washington could have taken the cap ital ; and to restore confidence Mr. Critten den introduced a resolution in one House and I in the other, declaring the war was waged for the Union and the Constitution, and that the States had no power to secede. That they were not out of the Union, and could not go out of the Union. Well, we fought the war. We conquered, and the defeated bowed to the deoision of war and renewed their allegiance to the government. Was not this all we wanted ? It has been said, and was true, that I had been maltreated, persecuted and insulted, and when I came into power the malicious said : Now he will carry out his own doc trines ; his passions will be his guide, and he will seek revenge." Thank God ! I am a man that, when fighting, will fight to the last; but when I have conquered, and my foe is prostrate, thank God ! I have too much magnanimity not to lift him np. •**** It is very easy for men to come in our midst and talk about rebellion, courage and Union, who, while the rebellion was going on, were not within the smell of gunpow der, but were in their closets or some secret place, and became war men when the war was over? I could tell some secrets concerning the state of affairs. Here it was dangerous for a man to be a Union man ; there, where these men came from, they dare not be anything but loyal. I should like to take up my sacrifices and compare with these neophytes. Sentenoe of a Negro Fiend. Some few weeks since, when we read an account of the ravishing of three little girls by a negro at Chauibsrsburg, in this State, we felt rather inclined to the opin ion that the story had been exagerated. The fiendish brutality attending the ease was such as to make the mention of partic ulars disgusting; so that a simple short paragraph making the announcement found its way in some of the papers. We find the conclusion of this hellish deed sum marely disposed of in another (brief notice as follows; "CHAMBKBSBUBO, Pa., April 22. —Cain Norris, negro, arrested about a month since charged with ravishing three white girls, was convicted to-day and sentenced to so litary confinement in the Eastern peniten tiary for thirty-five years. The trial lasted three hoars, and the jury rendered a ver dict of guilty without leaving the box." STTLX, MAKING TREASON ODIOUS. —Grant has removed one of the most gallant Union Generals from the Governship of New Mex ico, and appointed C. C. Crow, an unre constructed rebel, in his place. General Mitchell, who is displaced, bears on his body the scars of no less than sixteen wounds received in the service of his coun try. In one of the battles of the West, General Mitchell defeated a rebel force un der Crow, capturing a large number of his men. Now Crow has captured Mitchell, in the campaign which is being carried on un der Grant. General Mitchell is a gentle Plan of high intelligence and the strictest integrity. He has made a most excellent Governor, and the affairs of New Mexico have prospered greatly under his control. The strange par t of all this is, that this mMn of "making treason odious" is heart ily endorsed by the entire Radical press of the country. Now, suppose Seymour had been elected President and he had appoint ed such men aa Crow and Longstreet to of fice, wonldn't there have been a lively howl from these same patriots ? ' 'Consistency thou art a jewel!"— JEjr. The Consul to Marseilles. Mr. Frederick Coxe, of Philadelphia, re* ctnUy received from President Grant t Ire appointment of Consul to Marseilles. He is * director of the Union League, a man of'means, ffifceupies a high position in soci ety and has'alwuys l>een "loiL" He is one of those dainty duoks so greatly admired by the bon ton geese of the Quaker City. He has wealth, social position (/. e.. as seen by Philadelphia optics), wears lavender j kids, and his presence is redolent of the J odor of that peculiar sanctity which (listin- | gui.dies the radical'moralist of tho present tlayj In short, until lately, Coxe lias seoiu ed to Philadelphia eyes, to be a paragon of "loil" excellauce, the incarnation of the at tributes of a gentleman, and a perfect pink of Christian loveliness. He was one of the plauets iu the solar system of the League, around which revolved tho lesser lights, and many a miserable lunatic felt a glow of pride as the sunbeams of t!i<- luminous Coxeian smile fell upon his opaque coun tenance. Fashionable society adored liiin. Mr. Wliyto Kid thought him perfectly "eliawming." Miss Arabella Honiton Haut ton pronounced him "so nice and pious." So that to the olfactories of the Philadel phia "loil" aristocracy, liis presence gave but '•Sabean ixlori from the sjiicy shore Of Arable the bleat." The politicians, too, admired Coxe, As many of them are "roosters," doubtless, . "a fellow feeling made tlicni wondrous kind." They, according, prevailed upon | President Grant to give him an office. He was appointed Consul to Marseilles. We j can imagine what a flutter this created ! among the Leaguers and in Philadelphia 'flipper tbn" society. How the saints of Broad street praised Grant for his piety in selecting this eminent Christian to repre sent the government abroad ! How flic fat dowagers of the "loil" aristocratic cir cles smiled serenely at the thought that the President and the politicians are under the , control of their social set ! How Bokor felt the divine afflatus raging in his breast, and how "Morton McMichael" gloried in the luck of his fellow fisherman ! But the j joy of the League and the exultation of the 1 best Philadelphia society were, in this in- j stance, suddenly terminated. The cup was rudely, almost violently, dashed from the lips of unsuspecting "Inilty." Mr. Coxe, Mr. Frederick Coxe. Consul to Marseilles, ! Director of the Union League, to is Uiscor ered to be the smallest kind of a thief, and was 1 arrested the other day, while on his way to j his house, irith a box of stolen c'ajurs under ' his arm He at once confessed his guilt, acknowledged that he had been engaged in similar pilfering for years, and on consid eration that the merchants from whose he had abstracted the articles, would not push legal proceedings against him, he paid them the sum of §500.00. And thus the Union League and the hint ton of Phil adelphia "loilty" have lost an idol and Grant his Consul to Marseilles. — Patriot. Backing One's Friends The Scrantbn Republican i.s responsible for the following slashing onslaught upon the extravagant members of our Radical Legislature. "What little shreds of virtue the Legis laturehas boasted, seem to have been main ly in the Senate. But they are few and weak at best, and make but a feeble stand against a determined eabel of sorruption its. The bold front which the Senate on Wednesday presented against the pasting and folding iniquity turned to base com plicity yesterday, and the Appropriation bill was put through, carrying in its belly the whole crew of illegal pasters and fold ers—the Forty Thieves of this thieving ses sion. There was no shadow of legaJ au thority for the appointment of these twen ty-Boveu fellows, and they have never earned a cent for the State. Paying them is simply bare-faced robbery, in whieh every member who voted with the majori ty on the Appropriation bill is a shameless accomplice. We shall print the list of Ayes and Noes as soon as we can git hold of it." i The beauty ami strength of the above "opinion" are enhanced by its extreme truthfulness. But the Republican, and other Radical journals, advocated the ele vation of the very men who are now so openly accused of robbing the people, while the Democratic press was warning our citizens against the corruption and ex travagance whieh was in store fur them. In the history of our State there lias never been a more licentious and unscrupulous body of men brought together than that which compose the Legislature of Pennsyl vania. Each day furnished evidence of the fact, and the people can form a just estimate of the characters of their legisla tors from such paragraphs as we have re produced, from time to time, from the Radical papers. Thing must be peculiarly bad at Harrisburg when they olleiid the sensibilities of such journals as the Scran ton Republican, Rut "when things are at the worse they mend," and we have reason to hope that the experience of the past will not be lost upon the people at the fall elec tion.—Luz. Union. ARE WE TO HAVE A FOREIGN WAR.—IT would appear from the doings and sayings of the "powers that lie," at Washington, that wo art? soon to engage in several gigan tic wars with foreign nations. First we are to take Cuba froiu Spain, and to that end the Secretary of the Navy is fitting up all the monitors and other war vessels belong ing to Uncle Sam. and in addition, we are told that the President lias sent an agent on a secret mission to Cuba, wo presume for the purpose of oonferiug with the "trai tors." Then again Old Zaek Chandler, of Michigan, of "blood letting" notoriety, electrified the country, on Monday, in a speech in the Senate, in which he declares we must seize and confiscate Canada to satisfy our claims against England for damages done by the Alabama. Upon what meat do the Cteseiw feed.—Kc. NOULIi. All ptnoM ta u by note or book account art moat cordially lavited to coine forward aa epeed ily aa poaalble and make payment. We dislike to be dunning, and hate to sue. but inuft have all mow ey due ua without delay, aa our arrangements ate such that we are compelled to have It Do not ul at'point ua. SHERMAN' St LATHBOP. funk. Pa~ Apr. a, "W-uW-ws Special Notices. At the Fish & Fruit Market. O P ROBERT SHIELDS; ou Bridge Street, Tnnkhannoek, Pa., Can be fouud FRESH SHAD, HALLIBUT, HADDOCK. BASS, PICKEREL, FEES, LOBSTERS, ke. also, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, NUTS, CANDIES, and SPICES, kc., k., 4c. which will he gnld at the loweet living rate*—having adopted the plan of buying for cash and telling for READY PAY. be is enabled to sell at a large )>er cent lower than those doing a credit business [V Fish aud other articles, sold and deliaed at the residences of buvers, when desired NO PAINS SPAIRED TO ACCOMMODATE the PTBLIC ROBERT SHIELDS. Tunk. Apr. '2Bth 1869—n38-tf. Ilelmbolds Concentrated Extract Sarsaparilla, is the GREAT BLOOD PURIPIER TKACHFRS' RXANI NATION. Teachers' examinations will be hald, aa follows. vir : At Meshoppen, April 29th. "■ Melioopany, •' 30th. " Forkston, May Ist. " Tuukhannock, " 3d. " Plerceelllc, " 4th. " Falls, In School House, near MeKune'e, on Wednesday. MaySth. At Northroorcland, May 6th. Exercises will commence at 10 o'clock A. M. Come with writing materials. J. B. RHODES, Tunk., Fa., Apr. 6th 1869.—n*6. Co. Sup't, NOTICE. The copartnership heretofore existing between the firm ot C. 1). Ylrgll it E. F. Roberts. Is this (lay dis solved by mutual consent. All books and accounts of the late firm are left with E. F Roberts for settle ment. to whom all monies are to be pafd. P. S.—The business will be continued at the Drug and Variety Store, under the firm of Roberts A Gay. Thankful for past patronage, we hope by dealing justly with all, to shareour part of public patronage. E. F. Ruukbts. T. F. Oar. Meshoppen, April 9, 1800. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT ELEC TION. In pursuance of the 43rd section of the Act of May Bth 1834. The School Directors of Wyoming County are notified to meet In Convention at the Court House In Tunkhannock, on the first Monday of May, A. I).. 1809, being the third day of the month, at one o'clock P. M., and select, viva voce, by a majority of the whole number of directors present, one person of literary and scientific acquirements, and of skill and experience in the art of teaching, as County Snper intendent, for the three succeeding years: and to de termine the amount of compensation for the same, and certify the result to toe State Superintendent at llarrisburg, as required by the thirty ninth and fortieth sections ot said act. J. B. RHOADS, Co. Supt. Tunk., April 13, 'OS. A tartßl HALL'S oWfV J VEGETABLE ■SICILIAN HAIR MSSAASI JRENEWER . The basis of its remedial properties is a vegetable compound. IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ! OKIOINAL COLOR It will kuep ttia Uair Irom falling out . It cleanses tha ecalp aod makes tb hair (oft and lustrous. It in it splendid hair treating. R P. HALL <fc CO. Nashua, N. H Proprietors. fSjgfjX MANHOOD: Lost, How Restored! Just published, a new edition of Dr. CTLVER WKLL's Celebrated Essay on the RADICAL emu (without medicine) of Speimatorrbeea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Iropoteocy, Mentai and Physical Incapacity. Impediments to Marriage, etc ; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and F'ts. induce d by sclf-iudulgence or sozual extrava gance?. S (f Price, in a sealed envelope, only 0 cents. The celebrated author, in this admirable essay, i clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful I practice, that the alarming consequences of self | abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the application of the j knife ; (miming out a mode of cure at once simple, i cert.iin, an l effectual, by means of which every sut | terer, no matter what liia condition may be, may I core himself cheaply, privately, *nd RADICALLY. lif This Lucture should t>e in the hands of every ; youTTi and,every man iu the land Sent, under seal, in a plain envelote, to any ad dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post I stamps Also, Dr. Oulverwell's "Marriage Guide," ; price 25 cents. Address the Publishers. CHAS J. C. KLINE A CO.. 127 Bowery, Mew York, Post-Office Box 4, i sfit) v7nsoly. TO THE F&BHEfiS OF VY0MII& CO Now is the time to secure SPROUTS COMBINED HAY-FORK & KNIFE. The Subscriber having the exclusive right to sell the ; world-renowned Hay-Fork and Knife, in this County I proposes to keep them on band, with all the neces sary Ropes and Pullys, at his Store, INMEHOPPEN. Persons wishing to procure any of these articles can do so by applying to the subscriber in person,or by letter. If desired, these forks will be put iu the barn froe of cbaigo. with the privilege of using them i during half the haying season of 1569, when lho person usiDg it will be required to purchase it or quit using it at the time agreed upon by the par ties R.J HALLOCR. Meshoppen, Pa., Jan. 5, 1868.-vßn22, M. R. KOHNSTAMM'S New Tobacco Store. TUMKHANNOCIt PA. SEGARS, CHEWING nod SMOKING TOBACCO, GENUINE MEERSCHAUM and BRIER ROOT PIPES, TOBACCO POUCHES, &c., Ac., also | ORANGES, ' LEMONS, FIGS, and a full assortment of choice ! FRUITS, NUTS, and CANDIES at wholesale and retail-and cheaper than aver of fered in this section of the country. M. R KOHN3TAMM. Tunk. April 13, '69 —non36-tf- WORDS OF WISDOM. FOR YOCSU MBit, ON the RULING PASSION In Yonth and Early Manhood, with SELF HELP Tor the Erring and unfortunate. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address, HOWABD ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia, Pa. vB-nM He mi.old's Extract Sareaparilla cleanses and ren orate' the blood, instill* the vigor of health into tbe ays'em, und purges out Gis humors that Bakedis ease. Ren show's Column. The under signet! would respectful ly announce to the citizens of Tunk hannock, and the public generally that after a."short" absence of 20 years he has returned to his old "Hunting ground" to make a home and establish himself in business again, and by strict attention to that ! business and ft general dejiro t please J all who who may favor him withal call, hopes to obtain a reasonablr * share of patronage. At the old stand lately occupied by George Leighton, on Bridge Street, IN TUNKHANNOCK, 111 ! The Blow ing part is summed up in a tew words : FIRST —MY GOODS AUK OF THE FIRST QUALITY. Skcond— TILFCY ARE ALL PAID I FOR. THIRD —NO MAN < AN OR SHALL UNDERSELL ME FOR THE SAME QUALITY OF GOODS. • The undersigned is n<*iv receiving a general Assortment of PROVISIONS, GROi FRIES, MAILS, FARMERS- HARDWARE, WOODEN, WILLOW, TIN' HI"1 STONE W A It E. Also, NOTIONS, &c., <Sre., its follows : TEAS - CHOICE YOI NO iii'SCN, IMPERIAL OOLONG, ENGLISH BREAKFAST and JAPAN. COFFEES.—OU' GUV EI'.NMEN TJ AVA(green), 1.1 quality KiJ (srreen). Ist quality -M.YIiICAIiO (rousted.) " " RIO (roaitou) JAYA apj RIO COFFEES (ground) SUGARS, CRUSHED, GRANULATED. POW DEKKO, ai'ANDAILD - A," KAPHA -C," 4 ALLOW "C," Mild lirotvi! SUGARS MOLASSES. Netf Orle.tn., I'urtorico. - I'cWlUtfHl k Ai.il Cubs, alio, XXX GuMeu . Sjiu;>. CHOICEST BRANDS OF FLOUR. MEATS A.ND FIsII. Sugtr cur. d IIAMS. City cured Stocked IIKEF, Smoked HALLIHIT SALMON, " II KB KINO George's liuuk COOFISH, Heavy me PORK, Ket'le rendered 1. AKI>. Cortland County CIIKhNK. Extra large fat X". ' 1 ' li iv MACKEHEL. Crockery ANII Grlasswa,re. NAILS, of all sizes, from 3 penny fines to G inch Spikes. CORD AGB k ROPES. A general assortment of Brushes, Dusters, &c. PURE SPICES, CREAM TARTAR. ENOLIBJI MUSTARD, CANNED FRUITS, •Sec., tkc., tfcc DKIED FUITRS, of all kinds. SUPERIOR QUALITY OP EXTRACTS. Barrel, Butter, Table, and packing NUTS AND CANDIES. at wholesale only. SOAPS, Colgate A Co.'s Pale bar, Chemical Olive, Palm, and r. general assortment of TOILETTE SOAPS. and other articles too numerous to mention. Country Produce purchased at the highest cash rates. A. W. RENSHAW ! Tunkhauuock, Apr. 27, 'G9 n3B. New Advertisements VAN Antburgli & CtL's. * GWEAT GOLDEN 7 MENAGERIE. i This enormous collection of the largest, most var | led. and comprehensive collection of rare and and ' curious Beasts an.! Birds In America, the IKBIAT MALEXIieiTIOS | <>F 4 F+~ AT+H. .'OR I'KI AJ>U ' LIVING REPRESENTATIVES i of all the rare, wonderful, and remarkable types of i the ZOOLOGICAL and ORNITHOLOGICAL k LNGIHkMS. Untiring energy, xealone tact, and ! indomitable enterprise, have been brought into . requisition, <uiil capital hag.been employed without j stint, with the most gratifying results. F.AT'Ii tvHJAHTEII OF THL (JLOBE t has severally added its quota to this coiqasaL -und , 'Uvaiamc t 1 (ctiuu. From the mrsi awy tif JAv > iwg Woiblers (m rrrtntr this stapeMous CONGRESS IF &IIMSL IATORE. j and of w\ltPTfmMeTjriUL'irilJ tie found in the ' descriptive .luJ stnini I mentioned as KX< 'r.r.sTvr. SPECIALTIES. : The onlyl.ivdig tiirafle on this Continent: prc aerveif from tin* conllaaratlon ol' Harrrum's Miisum, March "doth lHiiH. The Great African Eland ; the only one ever 1m ported. The Largest and Smallest Elephants ever brought to America. The only herd of Bactrlan. or Two Humped Cam- GS, ' 'rite ohly F ul'-nioinle.! Yak in America. T he only Water Kufulo in the county, tneonp' White Zebra known to Natural History. The only Himalaya Hear, and th ouly Hippopot amus Of the Ne>v World. The Great Ottadhtl; t!re only one in tho United Stales. The liesntiftit Itles-Bock, from Centra! Africa; thoonty ono over captured ThuCauwjt.iaii Impoott; the only one ever bro't to America. 1 In- graceful Spring Bock : •the only one ever ex hibited. The Salamander Bear -'Firo luip.'' over Forty Hours in the Fire at Barnuinn's .Museum. THF. (III!'.AT GOLDEN MF NAG LI I IK. WUlcxhfblt altornoon and evening In Tuitkiiatiiioek, WEDNESDAY; MAY 3TII. mml wili enter town in a grand "IfOT.TD.VY I'A GE.W f. making a Dr ice--ion 4'JU yards long, led by Van Amburg A t'o.'s GREAT GOLDEN CHA RIOT, drawn by Ten Spb ndi l Horses, richly ei parisoued. and '■•tntalnlng PROF. KOPP'SGREAT GOLDEN'OPERA HAND. Following in order will tat th Great n-r: aiing Elepluiuts. VTITIH SA1B" and "JFVNY T.I.YTV,'" and the Tom Thumb Kiepharil, 'IIANN'TBAL. dr."' Alter whieh will be the t iTtFAT GOLTJF.N t' \TI OF EGYPT, bear ing on its summit an AFRICAN LION. LOOSE, uncaged, unchained, and FI:R-:I:! V THE I >L*J:N STF.EL: RS. Following these will be a long and imposing proces sion of Vans, Ileus, and Cages, the EXCELSIORS OF THE GREAT GOLDEN MENAGERIE. Bet ter Trick Ponies: More Comics! and Diverting mules: More Gorgeous Chariot ; More Attractive Processions, and Mure Elegant Cars. Wagons, and Cages, than any other Traveling Exhibition. The Grotesque and Sagacious.Shetland Ponies, "Horace Greeley," -Artemus Ward,' 1 gCbarles Dickens." the An lalu-ian Blood Marc. - Pauline.' 1 the Guizl eal Lilliputian Mules. "Darby and Toby." All of Iheiu are claimed to be BEYtI.VD IMITATION OR COMPETITION. Prof. DAVIS, the Daring and Dauntless King of the Lion Conquerors, in his thrilling exhibition in tho Den containing FOUR RAVAGE LION'S. <tw_ The Public will lienr in mind tlmt there are No CIRCUS PERFORM ANCES, nor anything to ollend a fastidious, well cultivated, or refinad taste connected with this exhibition. Doors OJU'II at lb. ami 7 r. M. Admission U) cents. Children, under J '2b cents. MILLINERY! BEff YORK SPRIIG STYLES, FOR 1BG3! At the NEW MILLINERY STORE. in: MJSSSO J?PI:N, A General Assortment of the finest and best ever ottered ill this ulaiket. MHS. WARRITT HKSNELK. A NKW STOCK OP Family Groceries, 4 ' a good-suppljr on hand at C. ]IUN"SELT;S. Consisting of thejfollowing articles for family USJ FLOTR. T.ARD, KICK. OHEESEJOAOK EKKL. SMOKRII HAL.LKCT. CODFISH, JIEKKiN<>. SI <3-AK. All) T.ASSF.S.TF. Y.T'OKFEE, SOAL'. STAKCII, S A HER ATI'S, CRACK-" KKS. TOBACCO. CIOAK.S. BROOMS. BKI'SBKS.KAISINS,CI."KRKXTS, FIOS, CAN NKD PKACHKS. LOBSTERS. SAR DINES. PEPPER SAL OK. TOMATO-CATSI P. DISSIPATED COroAMT. NITS, SPICES, YI.N J-UAH, ABJ a variety V"> ruieifl/uui to Yaetithji), which tvill ha sold i low as the loAoet. for cash or ready-pay, at __ CHARLIE OCN^ELL Mei-happen, l'a-.v-n 7-tl. A DAI I N ISTRATDK'S XOTH'I'. Whereas, letter? of Administration. to the estate of Hannah Day, late of Tnnkhannoi-k Tp , dee'd, have licen srrauted to the suneorihcr. All persons in debted to tlic said estate nre hvpierted to make im mediate payment, ami those having claims or de mands jigainst the estate of the said decedent, will make known the same, duly authenticated, without delay to ,H)HX DAY Tunktiannoek. April 21. '69—n36-6w. Aiim'r A CLEAR, SMOOTH SKIN and LKATIFCL COMPLEXION folluws the use of Ilelmbold's Con centrated Extract Sarsaparilla It remotes hiack-epots,,|impluaatn 1 all eiuptions " f ,! ' W ° k '"" sL-I- irXNj'-rt BANK STATEMENT. Statement of the condition of the Wyoming Na tional Bank of Tunkhannock, at the close .of busi ness on Saturday the 17th day of April 1369, LIABILITIES Capital Stock, 100,000 00 Surplus fund, 7,000 00 Profit and toss, inchtding Discount and Exchange, 5,730 61 Circulation, - 89,533 00 Deposits, 69 193 09 Due to National Ranks 3.151 I'd 4274,003 62 ASSETTS. Loans and disvAi.its, viz : Cetumeroiai-Paper, 410,320,62 Time Accoiumodation Loan, 83,971,43 Demand Loans, 2,W'0,00 Bad Debts, 415,70 Other suspended and over due lat per _ 3 299.24 Indebtedness of Directors 15,885,00 115.591 99 Over Draft 522 75 U. S. Bon is to secure circulation 100.000 00 IT. S Bonds on hind 23 000 00 Due from Banks 23,82*2 08 Real Estate aOO 00 Expenses including taxes paid 2,593 61 Cash Items 193 09 Bills of other National Banks 231 00 Fractional Currency J 151 30 Legal Tender Notes 8,000 00 0274,008 62 Wyoming County 'S3: I. ."auiuel Mark, Cashier, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief. . SAM L STARK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me ibis 26th day ei Aprir, isCfl. ; ; F, ROSS, Notary Public. Miscellaneous. FOUTZ'S CELEBRATED Horn ni Cattle Powflers. _ THIS prepan-tiim, LUR, : nd ' „ _ KDO II ITIJSKFIIJ " '"' o ' £EU down <! !"•> •; .• •• • ~WR 11 STOMACH end intestines. '•"WW- '''* a fUre ofsti: Incident to thu nn.iual, S. .. AS 1 I FK VK B. GLABDEKB. YELLOW I WATER. HEAVES. COUGHS. DI.-' ,U T \ ' TEMPER. FEVERS, FOFN' I) E P., LOSS OF APPETITE AXI> VIIAL V ENERGY, &T Its USE improv AKFESTYG, the wind, inercMcs the hppetile— YY NRV ' gives asm-xnirand GLUI'V skin— lMF */ FV transforms trie miserabi- slidcon iutoaSne lookingatrlsptrrrc! hor ~~ VOLRWF'N ! Yo htwpsrs *wf Cows this i ■ • V H tioo M invaluable. It I, I F 1 , MJTIVE A/ALRE-T R OFTEN- ,♦ j, I . ••PEri M • ' per pent and make t? I. FT ANI J IW „ T IN fattening <v gives them an appeCle, UK, :.i t.U LEI , them thrive mach foster. In all diseases of Swine, ;;ch as C u;:'. T" theLun, Liver, fcc., this artielesns asatpeotfc. By PUTTING from <UE A half a paper to A paper in a barrel of swill the above diseases will he cradi ■ cated or entirely prevented. If given /? fy in time, a rertain preventive a:. 1 _ i cure for the Hog Cholera. DAVID E. FORTZ, Proprietor, BAla T 1.11 011 K . ?J ,1. For sale by Drugeist' and Stor. kei-pe-. the United States, Canada' and -'until ,\aa.r.,_ * ■27 tf. ; WILKES-BAUKV Spoke & Bent-work Factory, A full line of s i> o K >; s of all sites, constantly on hand, made froin <• . . ! HICKORY" and second growth WHITE O VI. CARRIAGE AND IV AGON MAKERS . arc invited to send FUR price list. Our goods VNUI, be excelled, and we are determined not to bo UI. sold. ! BOWS, KIMS, FELLOES, NECK-YOKES, . . WHIFFLETKKI - AND HANDLES OF ALL KIND -. VELOCIPEDE WHEELS : furnished at short notice. LL'M. K, LXTDFUDGE. / VKQ.TJHABIK PAINL. ' NII SJUP'T. s PT, C itin! St., ilktfibarrt', J'a. vSn26dy AUDITOR'S NO I It E. Tlic undersigned having been appointed : y the | Orphans' Court of WYOMING Count v. an auiii. r • I distribute the funds, in the HARUL of the Excru •>- the estate of Sot onion Brown. JE J , will NUM. 1 T | the duties of his appointment, at the office of ! . 1. I Osterbout. Esq . I> Tnnithimioek Bore.. o S.itar ii I April IOTB. A D. 1369, at 1 o'clock. P M„ at • I tiine an 1 J all perr-otis in'eresiel in siiJ d - bution are requeated '.<• present their claim' OR IS debarred from cotniog in for a shire of Mi I fu id J. B. RHODE.-. Tun St. Mar. 13, ISC9 —U32. Auditor ffyill METALLIC flfli! EOIFISS AND COTTAGE PAINTS Mauutactured by 0 L. HALLSLKAD T Nicholson, Wyo C . .I. THE WYOMING METALIC PAINT 11A S1 HI. ■ THOROUGHLY' TK-TKD hv competent cue;:. • and first class VASTER PAINTER-. I TEST IFT TO ITS S' OESFOK <H VI.I IT. UATFA iir>OFR'HOPV,SI*\K-KKAPIL ; Y IK'T LITTLE OIL TAKES TINTS, AND 1- . I RY DURABLE. In view of the UREAL abundance of UIAL I. I J the SMALL COST OF MANUFACTURING I the SUPERIOR QUALITY OP OUK L'AIN IS J Company expe-t to supply the MARKET with •> LTP I TER ARTICLE and at CHEAPER KA!H-Tl any ether company in the country. OPINIONS OF PAIXrEK-. The undersigned, a practical painter, it":.'* tifi-s that he has used iniet of the miner u pi ium for vwf past and that be tgirb lAh ; WTOMINO METALLIC IMI.VT su f ri r ' otherts for durability and finish. GILBERT LIPICWN Nicholson, June 3Tth, LS^S. RIETICEVTBLFI Au_- i 0. L. ILALBSTFTAFI, ESQ. DKAH Sin : I AR , the W YOMING Paint, atvl lieliere it ta and MUST durable Metallic I a : nt i'T u.-E. It ' GI ni STRERIG body, works easily, and REQUIRE* Very Respectfully. L'ltsttT SR-."': NicnotiS<lV. O T. AFT !- • OL. II AI.T.STK All Est! IKAW. STA ; i HIT' and otherwise tested the WYOMING M PAINT, and am clear of the beliel that rior to any other Mineral Paint ir. the > . v has a good eoiur and mixes readily ; hut • - end beet (natures are its heavy sub- A; combined with ,N exltvtpely oily TBICTI. I j quence of which it requires at least. A T!I T than any other paints in use J ' NTTW YORK. 0.-t : I O. L LLAOLKX BAP Esq. —I'F.ARSIR: 1 11' I rical painter ' Have been exten.-irely j the business for over thirty years I> JRi N : riod I have used every variety of niinf K trade, and without hesitation pronoun th.* ,U MINtJ METALLIC I'AIN IS, the best I O seen. It has a heavy body, mixes C.T-il vR. from A hall to a third lees oil than orJin. ,v U ' Itcanbe used successfully, either (or eott.iga PS - poses, rough out door work, roofing, or as a IN ■ paint. Kes|>eetfuliV DO A. G. IIOLWIN, Practical Paialrt Piercerille. Aug L % " 0. L UAI.LSTKAII Esq —Dear Sir: I huetrtf the Wyoming Paint, by using it in my A H. p - ! believe it to be suj>erior to anv other MEN Paint in the mark,:, has an excellent ' readily, an! requires only about hail - ' I amount of oil of other Paints. Rnspe tfu' * * Cots. L. JACK-ON CA'.t:. t ' f Piertreville, Augu-t I' j 0. L. UALUTEAD, Dear Sir : I gladly 'I , testimony in favor of tho excellent qualities : Wyoming Metallic Paint. From pr i j believe it to be superior to any other m cry iin use. It has a substantial "body, uiive' oc 1 j quires but little oil and makes a han Isjute r' 1 - t ISAAC D CORKY. Wag n M"' er ? Letter from. Mayor lliU. ; MAYOR'S OyyicE, Seranlon Pa. Jun - J • 0. L. HALLSTEAD Esq —Dear Sir : ITivuu ; V a personal examination of the properties •: !I Wyoming SMTNERALPEIAT, and tested it INM " manner, I aui ronvineed that it is infcri r T tide of the kind to HE found in the country. F Very Truly Yours, ' E. S. M. HILL TOWANOA, Augu-: I-L '*'• J 0-L. liallslead, ESQ —Dear SIR . A 'F- five years age my father purchased 11 QU ' 111 ".' I Wyoming Mineral Paint, with which HE I time painted a building, and aider the ' G "*. 1 Quarter of a century it is fresh and CJ* ' evidence of quality can hardly be REQUIRE 1 Truly Yours. K R TK 'V • L I Seranlon, Sept. "• I TJ 0. 13; Hullstenl, Esq -Dear Sir: 1 HAFT I ; the Wyoming Metallic Paint. n HAVER "'I | ure in saying that it is superior to any "T IR R ' | POINTS in the aiarket. IN heavy | makes it durable for outside w.RK, R - , I 1 and the readiness with which it takes H"'* ~ it an excellent r-tiole tor cotDige pun getber I regard it AS llie best pamt in **■ Very Truly Yours, .., DAVID RAIU.S, HOUSE aui ( All orders or couiuiuatvauons SHORN ! .CV Ho U,L. UkLLTbAP'