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Congressional Conference. —The Republican
I Congressional Conference is held at this place to-day
I AdCtlon.— Persons wishing good bargain?, willat
-1 tend the auction sale of dock ot goods, advertised to
commence on Monday, the 22J, by S. D. Bacon in
Reader, if you want a mild purgative for chil
m dren. or one powerful for adults, take Ayer's Pills.—
I They are sugar-coated and pleasant to use and are
well enough known to be good, without our recom
Boys, Read This!— The laws cf this State in
regard to drafting, require that all between the ages
Of 18 and 45 be enrolled: but they do not authorize
the drafting of any who have not arrived at the age
®of 21 years. The draft, therefore, will be from the
■ men. The boys can step in and take the places of
S their fathers and brothers, as substitutes, if they de
It Exempts.— Persons in the townships which have
! already furnished their quotas of troops, claiming to
i>e exempt from the draft on account of age, physical
§ disability, or any other eatise, should appear and
Iblaim such exemption on the day fixed by the com
tnissioner, the same as if they were actually liable to
an immediate draft, as this is their last and only
| chance to correct any error that may have been made
I by the Deputy Marshall.
Sewing Machine. —We have witnessed the work-
I ing by Mr. Naidlinger, the agent, of Singer's late im-
I proved Family sewing machine. This machine with
I the heramer which has lately been added to it is now
■ the most beautiful and perfect in its work of any that
I we have ever seen. The stoutest leather was sewed
I with the same needle that was used for sewing the
I finest cambric.
Price of machine with liemmer and feller 855
An agency for this machine will be established in
I this place. Persons wishing to get a machine should
I see this one before purchasing.
s Exemptions from the Draft.—Hon. Nathan
1 Wells, Commissioner of Drafting in this County, will
I examine and determine causes of exemption from the
K draft of persons enrolled, in the seveial districts of
this county, at the times and places herein designa
ji tL 'J
B NICHOLSON AND CLIXTOX— Thursday, September
3 11th, at J. E. Howe's, in Nicholson.
J FALLS, OVERFIELD, AND EXETF.R —Friday, Septem
ber 12th, at Win McKune's, in Falls.
M MONROE AND NORTHMORELAXD— Saturday. Sep'cni-
her 13th, at Samuel Howel's, in Monroe.
EATON, FORKSTON, NORTH BRANCH, TVINOHAM,
5 MEHOOPAXV, AND TCNKHANXOCK BOROCGII —Mondav,
-i ' ■'
-"A September 15tb, at the Court House iu Tunkhannock
BRAIXTRIM, MESHOPPEN, WASTIIXGTOX, LEMON AND
ATRXKII vxNock TOWNSHIP —Tuesday, September 16th,
Mat the Court House in Tunkhannock Borough.
•Jf Drafting.—-Volunteers will be received by the
B Commissioner of Drafting, Dr. N. Wells, from the
BR different Townships of Wyoming County, up to the
Sday upon which drafting takes place, and will be
■'credited to the townships furnishing volunteers. The
9 following is the quota from each district, as near as
IB the sum can bo ascertained before exemption has
Hbeen made. Unless Volunteers are received to till
the quota of this County, drafting will take place on
the 19th inst,
Windham Township—9 men.
North Branch —1 man.
Brain trim—4 men.
Washington—l 3 do.
Tunkhannock —32 do.
Nicholson —15 do.
Exeter -11 do.
, Lemon—ll do.
J Falls—l 3 do.
9 Northmoreland—2l do.
| Eaton—27 do.
3 The following Districts have furnished their quotas.
.3 Monroe, Forkston, Tunkhannock Borough, Mehoop
3 Ladles' Aid Society.—List of articles forward
|pd by the Ladies' Aid Society, Sept Btb, 1862:
% 341 lbs lint, 37 do bandages, 8 sheets, 9 pillows, 27
Jases, 10 towels, 1 pair diawers, 1 do pants, 7 shirts,
i linen coats, 9pr slippers, 7 vests, 14 handkerchiefs
p-ts apple jelly, 32 drid fruits, roll linen, pieces.
Received from Maynard Hill, 2J lbs lint, 6 lbs ban
ges, 1 sheet for do, 2 pillows, 7 cases, 5 towels, 151
i dried fruit
From Sterlingvllle, 15 lbs lint, 61 lbs bandagps, 1
From Russell Hill, 1 sheet, roll muslin for bandages,
II linen, pieces.
From Grist Flat, 206 yds bandages, 2J lbs rags, 31
lint, 1 bolster, 4 pillows, 17 cases, 7 sheets, 5 tovv
>, 2 shirts, 121 lbs dried fruit.
From Carney's Flats, 2 lbs lint, 5 do bandages, 2
* pillows, 4 cases, 2 towels, 1 linen sheet, 2 linen cases,
-4hd roll linen for lint.
'jfiSf From Eaton, 4 lbs liut, 4 do tandages. 14 handker
chiefs, 9 pr slippers, 1 sheet for bandages, 4 lbs dried
From Tunkhannock Boro., 9 lbs picked lint, 12 do
JBandages, 5 shirts, 9 liaen coats, 7 vests, 2 qrts jelly,
•TEMPLES— SICKLER —At Nicholson, on the 4th
|®lnst, by the Rev. D. Worrell, Mr. AZOR STEMPLES
*9. to Miss LEMIHA A. SICKLER, both of Tunkhan.
; J pock -
J Jjpmal sofirfS.
ken up on the 20th day of August, 1862, stray
n the improved land (enclosed) of the subscriber,
e township of Nicholson, Wyoming County, a
Calf, with white belly, white hind feet, and white
id of tail. The owner is required to prove his
irty, pay damages and charges, otherwise said
7 will be sold agreeable to law in such cases made
pt 10, 1362.
rsons indebted to the subscriber, either on Note
ook account, are notified that said notes and ac
ts have been left with tny Father, A.F. Eastman,
is fully authorized to receipt and settle the same
'f If not settled soon, they will be left in the
Is of an officer for Suit and collection. .
G. H. EASTMAN.
Ie business of BOOT and SHOE making will be
nued by the subscriber, at the old stand, where
ything pertaining to the busine s, will he done
substantial and workmanlike manner, and at low
a for ready pay. He solicit* a continuance of the
■unkhannock, Sept. 3, 1662. A " *' KASTMAN '
so. litis mi si
To sell the goods for the Adams Sewing Machine
Company. We will give a commission on all goods
sold by our Agents, or pay wages at from 840 to 8100
per month, and pay all necessary expenses Our
machine is perfect in its mechanism A child can
learn to operate it by half an hour's instruction ! It
is equal to any Family Sewing Machine in use, and
we have reduced the price to Fifteen Dollars.
Each machine is warranted for three years.
Address, C. lIUGGLES,
Gen Agt., Detroit, Mich.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHEESEMANS PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are
the result of a long and eatensive practice. They
are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, I'ainfui Menstruations, rcitiovißg
all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise,
headache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart,
whites, all nervous affections, hysterics, fatigue, paiu
in the back and limbs, Ac., disturbed sleep, which
arise from interruption of nature.
1)R. CIIEESF.MAN'S PILLS
was the commencement of a new era in the ' treat
rnent of those irregularities and obstructions which
have consigned so many to a premature grav . No
female can enjoy good health unless she is regular,
and whenever an obstruction takes placa the general
health begins to decline.
DR. CII EES EM A NETTLES
are the most effectual remedy ever known for all
complaints peculiar to Fetnalps. To all classes they
are invaluable, inducing, with certainty, periodical
regularity. They arc known to thousands, who have
us al them at different periods, throughout the coun
try, having the sanction of some of the most eminent
Physicians in America.
Explicit directions, stating when they should not.
be used, with each Box —the Price One Dollar per
Box, containing from 5U to CO Pills-
Pills sent by mail, promptly, by remitting to the
Proprietor. Sold by Druggists generally.
R. B. HUTCHING.?, PROPRIETOR,
20 Cedar Set., New York.
J. W. Lyman. Agent, Tunkhannock Pa.
1y34 In v.
Jkl iii -uil <£ a
The subscriber will sell at Public Vendue
or Auction, aL his store in U ton, Wyoming County
On 31 oiiday, Sent. 22, 1862,
his entire stink of
T5 AND GJ\.
BOOTS & SHOES,
VANKEKX O T 1 O N S,
FATi M ING FTENS I L S, , <fc
I Sale to continue from day to day, until the
entire stock is disposed of.
TERMS: —AII sums under 85, cash; over 85 and
under 810, thre • months credit with approved securi
ty ; over 810, four nionnhs credit, with security as
S. D. BACON.
Eaton, Pa., Sept. It), 1862.-2w.
B. M STONE will commence the nest Term of his
School, Sept. Bth, 1862. and continue 12 weeks.
Tuition from 83 to 85. Board 82, and rooms for
thore wishing to board themselves.
Nicholson, Aug. 20, 1862.—v2n23w.
BnliiGE ST., TUNKHANNOCK,
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF C. M. KOOX'S.
11. I I. IIIAIS.
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST.
JUST RECEIVED at the Tunkhannock Medical
Hall, the largest and best assortment of Drugs
and Medicines ever brought to this section of
These medicines have been selected by the sub
scriber himgelf, with great care, and bence he can
recommend and warrant them as being pure and un
His stock comprises in part, the following, to wit:
STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS,
PERFUMERY, FANCY NO
TIONS, FINE WINES AND LI
QUORS, (FOR MEDICINAL PUR
POSES ONLY) COAL OIL. TURPENTINE,
ALCOHOL, CAMPHENE, COAL OIL LAMPS,
STATIONERY, WRITING INK, PHOTO
GRAPHIC ALBUMS, TOBACCO, SEGARS,
PIPES, AND ALL THE PROMI
NENT PATENT MEDICINES
OF THE DAY, ALL OF
WHICH CAN BE
BOUGHT ON HIE
FOR CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS accurately com
poun3ed at all hours of the day and night.
DR. J. W. RIIOADS,
Physician and Druggist.
Xunkhanuock, May 14, 1962. n4o—ly
HARDWARE & IRON!
HUNT BRO S & BLAIR
—OFFER FOR SALE —
IRON, STEEL NAILS AND
SPIKES, MINE KAIL, RAILROAD
SPIERS, ANVILS, BELLOWS, HORSE-SHOES,
Jlmeriran onb (gnglisl) gorac Uaila,
CARPENTERS' TOOLS, (ALL WARRANTED,)
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAT SPIN
DLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES,
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL,
BUTTS, NUTS, WASHERS,
PLASTER PARIS, CEMENT, HAIR, SHOVELS,
WHITE LEAD, FRENCH WINDOW
GLASS, Ac , Ac., Ac.
ALSO SASII, DOORS AND BLINDS ON
HAND IN ASSORTMENT,
ED 10 ORDER.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS,
Scranton, March 26, 1862. vln33—ly.
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The subscriber has opened a
(Cwcrij anb Prouision store
OLD STAND OF THOMAS OSTERIIOUT,
ONE DOOR BELOW MAYNARD'S HOTEL
in the Borough of Tunkhannock.
The goods will be sold at a very small advance on
cost ;—at a fixed price to all, and lor READY-PAY
only. Hoping by upright, honorable dealing, to com
mend the establishment to the favor of the communi
ty—their patronage is respectfully solicited.
Among the articles for sale may be found :
Flour by the barrel or Sack, at 85.90, 86 50, and
86.75 per barrel. Pork per barrel, 815.
Pork, per pound, • 8J cents.
Mackerel, do. sto 8 do
White Fish, do 6 do
Trout, do 6 do
Young Hyson Tea, good do. 81.15 do
Saleratus, do. 8 do
Candles, (mould) Jo 12J do
Cheese, do 10 do
Soda Crackers, do 8 do
Syrup, (good) per gallon, 59 do
Koroseue, do 40 do
Paper, per quire, Foolscap, 15 do
Note and letter, with package envel. 20 do
COFFEE, SUGAR, GLASS, NAILS, STARCH
SOAP, BROOMS, TABLE and DAIRY
SALT, BUTTER PAILS, with
covers, STONE - WARE,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
E3P* The highest market price paid for EGGS
and GOOD BUTTER.
P. S.—No white or pied butter wanted. G. L.
Tunkhannock July 16,1962. —vln49tf.
•" ~ TST E W_
The subscriber has just opened a new Furniture,
Cabinet and Chair Manufactory in Tunkhannock,
next door to C. M. Ivoon's grocery store — where are
kept on hand and manufactured to order:
TABLES of ail sizes, patterns, and styles.
CHAIRS. Cane-seat, Flag-bottom, and common.
BUREAUS of all styles, sizes, and prices.
BEDSTEADS, Cottage and common.
CENTRE TABLES, WORK STANDS, BOOK
CASES, and indeed every thing which can be found
in the largest furniture establishments in the country,
which he will sell at prices as low as they can be
bought in any town outside of the cities. Being sat
isfied that he can compete, both in workmanship and
prices with any establishment in the country, he so
licits the public patronage.
REPAIRING of all kinds done in a neat, substan
tial anik workmanlike manner.
N. B.—Old cane-seat chairs, new-seated and re
UNDERTAKING. —Having a Hearse of his own,
and having had much experience, he will attend to
this department of the business on short notice, and
in a Satisfactory manner.
July 16, 1962.—v1n491y
LIME FOR FARMERS, AS A FERTILIZER
for salo at VERNOY'E.
Meshoppen. Sept. 18, 1861.
I IME FOR PLASTERING. AND MASONRY
j 'or sale at VERNQY'S
oppen,Sept 18, IS6I.
NEW BURNT LIME AND BRICK
With a full and well selected stock of
f ÜBB H S WAR I
constantly on hand, and for sale at the
for cash or produce by
S. A, vmg
MESIIOPPEN, WYOMING COUNTY, PENNA.
He is now burning at his Kiln
3 Sujiftior Article of ftrne,
Which highly recommends itself to all who inspect
it. Price, from ten .o twenty-five cents per bushel
BOUND TO SELL,
AND AS CHEAP AS TIIE CHEAPEST.
Thankful for past favor?, an 1 an increased patron
age, he hopes, by strict attention to the interests of
his customers,and by furnishing them GOOD GOODS,
at LOW PRICES, to merit a continuance of past
favors. Call and see him.
Meshoppen, September 18, 1861.
i .. MARRIAGE.— ITS LOVES AND
gyggjSjjjf hates, sorrows and angers, hopes and
fears, regrets and joys; MANHOOD,
how lost, how restored ; the nature, treatment and
radical cure of spermatorrhoea or seminal weakness ;
involuntary emissions, sexual debility and impedi
ments to marriage generally ; nervousness, consump
tion, fits, mental and physical incapacity, resulting
from SELF-ABUSE—are fully explained in the
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by WM. YOUNG, M. D.—
This most extraordinary book should be in the hands
of every young person contemplating marriage, and
every man or woman who desires to limit the number
of their offspring to their circumstances Every pain,
disease and ache iucidchtal to youth, maturity and
old age, is fully explained ; every particle of knowl
edge that should be known is here given. It is full
of engraving. In fact, it discloses secrets that every
one should know ; still it is a book that must be lock
ed up, and not lie about the house. It will be sent
to any one on the receipt of twenty-five cents in spe
cie or postage stamps." Address DR WM. YOUNG,
No. 416 SPRUCE Street above Fourth, Philadel
I3T AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE; no
matter what may be your disease, before yoU place
yourself under the card Of any of the notorious
Quacks —native or foreign -who advertise in this or
any other paper, get a copy of Dr. Young's book, and
read it carefully. It will be the means of saving
you many a dollar, your health, and possibly your
DR. YOUNG can be consulted on any of the dis
eases described in his publication, at his office, No.
416 SPRUCE Street, above Fourth. Philadelphia.
Office hours from 9 to 3, daily.
SPBINB AND SUMMER
THE SUBSCRIBER begs to inform his customers
and the Publi in general, that he has just re
turned from NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA
with a complete and caretully selected Stock of
of all descriptions of the latest importations,
AND ALL KINDS OF
AND MEN'S WEAR GENERALLY, which he is
willing to sell for
CASH & COUNTRY PRODUCE,
At the lowest possible market price.
Notwithstanding the rise in Cotton
he is enabled to sell
WARRANTED FAST COLORS,
at ONE SHILLING per Yard,
and other Domestics in proportion.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore be
stewed on him, he solicits a continuance of the same
under the promise of strict attention to Business and
honest, straightforward dealing.
NEW BRICK STORE,
next door to Wall's Hotel,
Tunkhannock, Oct. 16th, 1861.
C'*-|p jgyui: Sgg
P. C. BDEN S,
Takes pleasure in announcing to the people of Tunk
hannock and vicinity, that he has opened a
iDatrf) anb <oot£ Sljoj)
two doors below Wall's Hotel, where he is prepared
to do the most difficult jobs in his line in an AP
PROVED and SKILLFULL MANNER, on short
notice. Having had long experience in the business,
he feels confident that he ean give entire satisfaction
to all favoring him with their patronage.
TERMS —Low as the lowest that dtf their work in
a workman like manner.
ALL WORK WABRANTED TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED
AFTER A FAIR TRIAL.
N. B.—Parasols, Fans fy Umbrellas repaired
Also, Accordeons and other musical instruments
toned and put in order on short notioe.
A large assortment of Watches ond Clocks onhand
or can be ordered at any time.
Tunkhannock, July 30, 1862,
AT BACON'S CARDING MACHINE, ONE
MILE FROM NICHOLSON DEPOT J
' * . 'y ','J <* . ■
EL. BACON, the proprietor, having made thor
i Ottgh repifirt in every part of this machine, is
now prepared to execute work in a style not to be
excelled in Wyoming or Susquehanna counties.
Thankful for past favors, he solicits a share of the
Wool pay; at every ninth pound, Or fbur cents per
pound in cash on delivery of rolls. One and a half
cents extra per pound when grease is not sent. The
above terms must be strictly cSm'pTled with.
ALL woßk WARRANTED.
No difficulty or delay in doing work will be expe
rienced on account of low water, as the poWer has
been so improved as to require only one-third as
much to carry the machinery as heretofore.
Ladies, you need uot soil your clothes by
greasing ypur wool at home, but send clean Wool,
with pure lard or fresh butter, one pound to .etery
ten pounds of wool, and we will do the rest Cotton
sheets are less liable to muss the riJlis than woolen
E- L. BACON,
E. N. BACON.
Nicholson, May 14, 1862. 40—6w
SAMUEL J . BARBER,
Sculptor, and Dealer In
■i in iiirnt nun
TOMB-STONES, MANTLES, WINDOW CAPS
OPPOSITE tHE BANK,
PITTSTON, LUZERNE Co, PA.
Being a practical workman, selecting my own
stock and doing my own work, lam enabled to do
work at a much lower rate than any establishment
in this section,
All orders promptly attende I, and satisfaction
Ljf Orders left at the office of the "Democrat"
win receive immediate attention.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALKsT"
FEMALE BE6ULATIIB PIiLS.
The combination of ingredients ir these Pills are
the result of a long and extensive practice. They
are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities. Painful Menstruations, removing
all Obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise,
headache, pain in the side, palpatation of the heart,
whites, all nervous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain
in the back and limbs, Ac., disturbed sleep, which
arise frotn interruption of nature.
To Married Ladies Dr. Sibille's Pills are in
valuable, as they will bring on the monthly period
with regularity. Ladies who have been disappoint
ed in the use of other Pills, can place the utmost con
fidence in Dr. Sibille's Pills, doing all that they rep
! resent to do.
NOTICE.—There is one condition of the female
system in which the Pills cannot be taken without
producing a PECULIAR RESULT. The condition
I referred to itf PREGNANCY—the fefchlt, MISCAR
RIAGE. Such is the irresistible tendency of the
medicine to restore the sexual functions to their nor
mal condition, that evert the reproductive power of
nature cannot resist it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from any
thing injurious. Explicit directions, which should be
read, accompany each box. Price SI. Sent by mail
on enclosing SI to DR. HUNT, DRUGGIST,
102 Pavcnia Ave., Jersey City, N. J.,
Agent for the United States and Canada.
SI(MX> REWARD! "
Protected from Counterfeits.
THE WHITE ENAMEL
ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING
United States 1 atent applied for.
Preserved and Restored.
Superior to Gold. As hard and durable as
Male and Female Agents Wanted. SIOO
per month, and steady employment
at home or abroad.
The manufacturers, having met with great suc
cess, continue to supply this article in sealed pack
ages containing enough to fill one hundred teeth, for
85, or for 810, with a complete set of instruments, in
a handsome Velvet and Satin lined case, with in
structions enabling any person to make a good living
and steady employment in an honorable profession.
Agencies given in different sections of the oountry.
Letters requiring an answer must enclose a stamp.
DR. E. ROSSEAU A CO.,
496 Broadway. N. Y
TIT GREAT CAUSE OP'
Just Published in a Scaled Envelope; Price, 6 eta:
A LECTURE BY DR. CULYERWELL, ON THE
CAUSE AND CURE of Spermatorrhoea, Consump
tion, Mental and Physical Debility Nervousness.
Cpilepsy ; Impaired Nutrition of the Body ; Lassi
tude ; Weakness of the Limbs and the Back ; Indis
position, and Incapacity for study and Labor ; Dull
ness of Apprehension; Loss of Memory ; Aversion to
Society ; Love of Solitude ; Timidity; Self-Distrust;
Dizziness; Headache: Affections of the Eyes; Pim
ples on the Face; Involuntary Emissions, and Sexual
Incapacity ; the Consequences of Youthful Indiscre
tion, Ac, Ac.
This admirable Lecture clearly proves that
the above enumerated, often self-afflicted, evils may
be removed without medicine and without dangerous
surgical operations, and should be read by etery
youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, to any address, In a plain, scaled
envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two postage
stamps, by addressing,
Dr. CHAS. J. C. KLINE,
Bowery, 127 New Y'orkPost,Office Box, 4586
FRIIBHTINB FOR 4562-3.
J. S. & J. D. STOUT & CO.,
186 Reade St., A 103 Cter Row.
West Washington Market,
J. S. STOCT, )
J. D. STOUT, >
S. A. LAMBERT, )
This Company, so well known for many years for
promptness* and satisfactory sales, have bettor facil
ities fot the disposal of BUTTER, STOCK, FOUL
TRY, and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE on
commission, the coming season than ever before.
L. HAtIDTNG & CO..
will attend to FORWARDING and paying Bills at
their STORE in NICHOLSON foT the above firm.
Returns made in current funds.
J. S. A J. D. STOUT A CO.
L. HARDING A CO., will keep constantly on ha g,
ASHTON SALT, which is especially recommended
for salting Butter , (none other should be used) also
'BUTTER PAILS and FIRKINS, CLOVER and
L~ IJdE ANDBRICK, CHEAPER THAN AT
where else in the county, for sale at
Mesh oppep, Sept. 18, 1861.
THE LADIES FRIEND.
mm LADY'S BOOK
THE WORLD'S FAVORITE.
For 32 Years tbe Standard Magazine;
Pronounced by the Press <ff tfte United States,
LADY'S MAGAZtffE IN THE WJBLD Su TB CttAPST
Is ot that kind that can be read aloud in the family
circle, and the clergy in immense numbers are
subscribers for the Book.
. THE BEST LADY WRITERS
in America contribute to its pages, and we have
some that write for no other magaxine.
is ail original, and would cost 25 cents (the priee of
the Book) in the music stores; but most of it is copy
righted, and canhot be obtain id 1 except in "Godey."
Otm ST&EL ENGRAVINGS.
All efforts to rival us in this have ceased, and we
now stand alohe in this department, giving, as we do,
many more and infinitely better engravings than are
published in any other worir.
iMItfENSt: DOUBLE SHEET FASHION
From five to seven full length Colored Fashions on
each plate. Other magazines give only two.
Far Ahead of any Fashions in Europe or
Godey's is the only work in tbe world that girds
these immense platos, and they are such as to nark
excited the wonder of publishers and the public.
The publication of these plates cost
than Fashion-plates of the old style, and nothing but
our Wonderfully large circdlation enables us to give
them. Other magazines cannot afford it. We never
spare money When the public can be benefited-
These fashions may be relied on. Dresses may be
made after them, and the wearer will not subject
herself lo ridicule, as would be the ease if she visit
ed the large cities dressed after the style of the
plates given in some of our so called fashion maga
OUR WOOD ENGRAVINGS,
of which we give twice or three times as many at
any other magazine, are often mistaken for steel.
They aie so far superior to any others.
Beware of (hem. Remember that the Lady'X*
Book is the original publication dnd the clfeapest.
If you take Godey, you want no other magazine.
Everything that is useful or ornamental in a house
can be found in Godey.
No other magazine gives them, and we have givetf
enough to fill several large volumes.
are such as can be found nowhere else, Cooking in
all its variety—Confectionery—the Nursery—tbe
Toilet—the Laundry—the Kitchen. Receipts upon
all subjects are to be found in the pages of the La
dy's Book. We originally started this department,
and have peculiar facilities for making it most per
fect. This department alone is worth the price of
the Book. . .
LADIES' WORK TABLE.
This department comprises engravings and de
scriptions of every article that a lady Wears.
Mo other magazine has this department.
TERMS, CASH IN ADVANCE.
One copy one year, S3. Two copies one year, $5.
Three copies one year, $6. Four copies one year,
Five copies one year, and an extra copy to the person
sending the club, 610.
Eight copies one year, and an extra cdpy to the per
son sending the club, SI3.
I Eleven copies one year, and an extra'copy to the
pornon sending the club, $2O.
And the only magazine that can be introduced iil
to the above clubs in place of the Lady's Bciok ia Ar
thurs Home Magazine.
Special Clubbing with other Magazines.
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home Magaxine
both one year for S3 50.
Godey's Lady's Book and Harper,s Magazine both'
one yoar for S4 50.
Godey, Harper, and Arihur, will all three be sent
one year, on receipt of St) 00.
Treasury Notes and Notes of all Solvent banks tak
en at par.
Be careful and pay the postage on your letter. ..
Address L. A. GODEY,
323 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dec. 4, 1861.
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER,
DOUBLE SHEET, FOURTY-EIGHT COLUMNS,
Publishedevery Morning, (Except Sunday,)
by WILLIAM W.HARDING, No. 121
South Third St., Philad'a.
tHE GREAT NEWSPAPER OF PHILADELPHIA!
The trying times of the history in which'
we livej render a
LIVE NEWSPAfEfi f
an Indispensible necessity to every man who would
keep himself informed of the important events which"
are daily transpiring. To furnish a paper which 1
wil l meet the just exjiectations of the public in such
a time as the present, requires an amount of labor
and of extraordinary expense of which the communi
ty at large have no conception. The Publisher of
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, has spared no
efforts or monev to make it all that it could be made
Besides improving and strengthening the home force
during the past year, several of the best Reporters
and Letter Writers in the country, have been sent, at
a great expense, with the Army and Navy, and have
frequently given the public the first and fullest ac
counts by telegraph and by mail, of important ovents
at the Seat of War. THE INQUIRER was the first
northern paper to give thfe account of the Hatters*
and Port Royal victories, and was twelve hours in
advance of any paper in the country, in its publica
tion of the details of the Bull Run Battle- What
THE INQUIRER has dene, is but an earnest of what
will be done, in order to give its readers the earliest
and best accounts of every event of interest connect-'
THE ORE AT REBELLION,
and at the same time have it maintain its reputation
as THE BEST GENERAL NEWSPAPER IN THE
The increase in the circnlafion of THE INQUIR
ER during the year, is the best evidence of the ex
tent to which the public rely Upon it f6r the news of
the dav. Its circulation has averaged for SEVER
AL MONTHS past,
Overl'wo Hundred Thousand Copies
a week, or nearly Ftorty Thousand A Day ; and
it has, during the year, in times of excitement, reach
ed Over Seventy Thousand a day—testing the
capacity of OUR FAST PRESS to the utmost to sup-'
ply the demand. It commenced the New Yetr with
new and beautiful Copper-faced Type, and with re
newed vigor and activitj in its News and Editorial
The INQUIRER is independent in politic if.
Prices at which " The Philadelphia luquir-)
er "is furnished t Single Copies, Twtf
Cents, or Twelve Cents a Week.
Dally Paper, 6 OD per annnm, In Advance.'
Tri-W eftkly* 4 OO "
Ati Letters should be addressed to
WILLIAM W. HARDING, Publisher,
Inquirer Buliding, 121 South Third St., Phil'a.
The Subscriber has opened a New Store at Meshop
pen, for tRb sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES. (Jt^,
An experienced workman from Massachusetts i,
constantly employed, and all orders executed on ther*
notice and reasonable terms. S?hop next-door to Ver
noy'e store. A team will ho run, as usual, through'
the adjoining townships in Wyoming and Susquehanna"
N. B.—Persons indebted for goods, purchased of t
Subscriber, or of Phillips, or Avery, are requested
make payment as soon as possible, to me.
Sterlingville, June 11, 196?.—v1n146w.