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Know all Men by these Presents, that our
friend, E. H. Mitchell, has just received, and will
henceforth keep on hand, a supply of Fresh Oysters,
of the first water, which will be served up to his
friends in the best style, and on short notico,
Putrid Sore Throat, or Diptheria, is raging to
a considerable extent in the adjoining neighborhood
Four persons fell victims to this fatal disease, one day
last week in Eaton. Two, in the family of Peter
Stroh, and two in the family of Mr. Frutchy.
Wanted.--At this office on subscription, wheat,
rye, corn, oats, buckwheat and potatoes. Persons
indebted to us on subscription, and having these ar
ticles to sell, will be allowed the highest market
price for them on delivery. Come gentlemen pay
up the printer.
Our Thanks are due to Mr. John Melhuish, of
Sterling rille, for a box of very fine vegetables sent us
on Monday last. Our friend JohD, we believe, ex
cells all his neighbors in raising garden vegetables.
We know him to be ahead of many in his apprecia
tion of the printer.
If you want Pills, take Ayer's Pill. Nothing
has ever appeared in this market that can compare
with this new invention for chasing out the distemp
ers that fasten and grow upon us. They are the
Philosopher's cli.ver of life, that bids defiance to dis
ease, and will leave us no alternative but to die of
Sold out.—We understand that tho office and
subscription list of the Wyoming Republican, has
been sold by its present proprietors, to a man in Co
lumbia County, who will take charge of the rickety
concern, after the election. We hope that democrats)
who have been subscribers to that abolition concern'
will tow pay up, and subscribe for a paper devoted
to the interests of the white race.
Appointed Chaplain.—The Rev. A. H.Schoon
maker, of M. E. Church, of this place, has been ap
pointed to the chaplaincy of the 132 nd Regt. Pa.
A olunteers. This is the regiment which suffered so
severely in the late battle, and of which Col. Oak
ford, who commanded, was killed. As this regiment
is made up in part of Wyoming ami Luzerne Coun
ty men, the chaplain will find in it many old acquain
1 2th Pa. Reserves.—The following list of the
casualties in Co. B, 12th Pa. Reserves, in the late
battles, has been furnished us by Sergeant John Hoa l
ley, who was wounded in the left shoulder, and is
now on a visit to his friends, at this place :
AT TIIE BATTLE OF SHARPSBIT.O.
Jacob Maynard, killed,
Sergt, Charles Meeker, wounded in thigh, severely
Win. Croop, wounded in lower jaw.
John Davies, wounded on side of head.
AT THE BATTLE OF SOUTH MOUNTAIN.
Ilenry Dean, Killed.
Silas Aumick, wounded in leg.
A Soldier's Funeral. —The remains of Henry
• Stark, Jr , son of Ilenry Stark of Philadelphia, (late
of this Borough) arrived here last evening for inter
ment in the family vault. Young Ilenry, though
but eighteen years of age, and surrounded with eve
ry comfort and blessing that health and wealth can
confer, was not satisfied to lie idly bye, while thous
ands of lits young companions were joining in the
ge it struggle now going on. He went forth filled
with all the zeal and ardor of youth, to do battle for
the Union and the Constitution. He was a member
of the 90th Regiment Pa. Volunteers, recruited at
Philadelphia, nnd since the retreat of the army f oin
before Richmond, has been confined in the Union Hoa
pital at Georgetown, with the Typhoid fever, of which
he died on the 27th ult. The body was embalmed
and is now accompanied by his aged, grief-stricken
father, and loving si.-tcr and friends to this place;
where, ainid the scenes of his early boyhood and in
fancy. far away from the field of strife, he fiuds a
TIFFANY—STANSBERY—In Nicholson, Sept.
25th, by Rev. D. Worrell, Mr. 11. E. TIFFANY, to
Miss OLE. IA E. STANSBKUV, both of Tunkhannock
BARDWELB—JENKINS—At the residence of the
bride's mother, by the Rev. A. H. Schoenmaker.
on the 29th ult., Mr. I). J. BARDWELL, to Miss
FRANCES JENKINS, both of Tunkhannock
Irpfthll r lloticfs.
To Carriage 3lakers.
WANTED at the shop of the subscriber, in Centrc
moreland, Wyoming County, Pa., one or two GOOD
CARRIAGE MAKERS. One competent to do Paint
ing and Trimining preferred. Good wages and steady
employment given to those applying soon.
Septv2n7—sw] R. J. HALLOCK.
The Fall Term will commence Oct. 6th. Special
attention will be given to those who desire to teach.
No pains will be spared to give thorongh instruction
to all. Latin, Greek, French, and the usual studies i
pursued in Academies, will be taught, if required.
Tuition payable half in advance, the remainder at
the middle of the terra.
TERMS— Common English 83.G0.
Higher English 8 1.00.
There will, probably, be a Primary Department.
W. LA MONTE, A. M..
Sept. 24. 1862. Principal.
Persons indebted to the subscriber, either on Note
or Book account, are notified that said notes and ac
counts have been left with my Father, A. F. Eastman,
who Is fully authorized to receipt nnd settle the same
tW If not settled soon, they will be left iu the '
hands of an officer for suit and collection.
G. 11. EASTMAN.
The business of BOOT and SnOE making will bo
continued by the subscriber, at the old stand, where
everything pertaining to the businc s, will be done
in a substantial and workmanlike manner, and at low
prices for ready pay. Ho solicits a continuance of the.
T , A. F. EASTMAN.
Tunkhannock, Sept. 3, 1862.
B. M. STONE will commence the next Term of his
School, Sept. Bth, 1862. and continue 12 weeks.
Tuition from 83 to 85. Board 82, and rooms for
tnore wishing to board themselves.
Nicholson, Aug. 20, 1862.—v2n23w.
LIME AND BRICK, CHEAPER THAN AT
where else in the county, for sale at
„ . „ VERNOY'S
Meshoppen, Sept. 18, IS6I.
SINGER & CO.'S
Jf ith all the Recent Improvements,
Ts the Best and Cheapest and Most Beautiful of all
Sewing Machines. This Machine will sew anything,
from the running of a tuck in Tarlet&n to the mak
ing of an overcoat —anything from Pilot or Beaver
Cloth, down to the softest Gauze or Gossamer Tissue,
and is ever ready to do its work to perfection. It
can fell, hem, bind, gather, tuck, quilt, and has ca
pacity for a great variety of ornamental work. This
is not the only Machine "that can hem, fell, bind, and
so forth, but it will do so better than any other Ma
chine. The Letter "A" Family Sewing Machine
mn vbe had in a great variety of cabinet cases. The
Folding Case, which is now becoming so popular, is,
as its name implies, one that can be folded into a
box or case which, when opened, makes a beautiful,
substantial, and spacious table for the work to rest
upon. The cases are of every imaginable design—
pi ain as the wood grew in its native forest, or as
elaborately finished as art can make them.
The Branch Offices are well supplied with silk
twist, thread, needles, oil, etc., of the very best qual
Send for a copy of " Singer A Co.'s Gazette."
I. M. SINGER A CO.,
458 Broadway, N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE, 810 Chestnut St.
Mrs. C T. Marsh, and D. A. Bardwell, Esq., agents
Auditor's Notice. .
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF D. B JENKINS,
The undersigned having been appointed an Audi
tor by the Orphans' Court of Wyoming County, to ex
amine and report on exceptions filed to the account ot
Newman Miller, administrator to the said Estate of
I). B. Jenkins, deceased, will attend to the duties of
his said appointment, at his office in the Borough of
Friday, October 31sf, 18G2,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, when and where all
persons interested are notified to attend.
F. C. ROSS. Aud'r.
Timkhannock, Sept. 24, 1862.
fx THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ELISHA HARRIS,
The undersigned having been appointed an Audit
or by the Orphans' Court of Wyoming County, to ex
amine and report on exceptions filed to the account
of Rosina Gardner, Administratrix to the Estate of
Elisha Il.irris. deceased, and also to the account of
Silas Sutton, Administrator to said Estate, will attend
to the duties of his appointment, at his office in the
Borough of Tunkhannock, on
Saturday, November lsf, 18G2,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, when and where all per
sons interested are notified to attend.
F. C. ROSS, Aud'r.
Tunkhannock, Sept. 24, 1562.
TO accommodate persons wishing to go by public
conveyance from this place to any section, or re
turn, the undersigned continues to run a
to and from Factoryville Depot, leaving his hotel at
6 o'clock, a. ra , arriving at Factoryville in time for
Trains to Great Bend, Scranton, New York and Phil
adelphia. Returning, leaves Factoryville on the ar
rival of the New York, Philadelphia and Accommoda
tion Train from Great Bcijd, arriving in Tunkhan
nock at 7 o'clock, p. in.
N. B.—All Express matter, packages and goods will
bo convcyc 1 to and from the Depot, at reasonable
rates; the proprietor holding himself responsible for
the safe delivery of all such entrusted to his care.
Towanda stage arrives at this hotel at 12 o'clock,
in. Returning, leaves at 3 o'clock, p m
Stages for Pittston, Wyoming, and Wilkesbarre,
leave on the arrival of the Towanda s'age, and re
turning connect with the same.
Montrose stage leaves on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, a. in., connecting at Montrose
with stages for Binghnmton, Ac. Returning, connects
with stages for Pittston, Towanda, Ac.
Persons wishing to be called for at their residences
will be accommodated by leaving their names at the
hotel of the proprietor.
Horses and Carriages in readiness to forward pass
enger!' at all times.
T. B. WALL
THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT of the subscriber,
is still in running order, through all the reverses
an t panics of former days, since 1833, without being
wound up, at which place you can find a good assort
DYES. DRUGS k MEDICINES.
as can be found in the county, warranted genuine and
Boots, Shoes, Harness and Leather,
as good as the best, and as cheap as the cheapest, and
all the WORK WARRANTED.
You can get all kinds of Job Printing done to or
der, and blanks of every kind constantly on hand,
which, in style, are not surpassed by our large or
TO THE LADIES.
rest from your toil, and buy a
The subscriber has also succeeded in obtaining one
of the best, and most reliable Sewing Machines, for
the money, now in market, viz: Davis's 845 Shuttle,
and the 830 Franklin Machines, equal in capacity to
Wheeler A Wilson's 875, or Grover A Baker's 845
machine, and making the same stitch, which is one
third saving in buying here than at any other agency
iu Northern Pennsylvania.
Every Business Man do your own Printing !
IT WILL PAY!
PORTABLE PRINTING PRESS.
(the cheapest in the Fcited States,)
for sale. Price, from 85 to 825 for a press. Office
complete, from 810 to 875, with type and all necessa
ry material Call and see them, or send for a circu
lar of full particulars.
Particular attention is called to
SPRING'S RHEUMATIC ELtXER,
and very effective Liniment, for all Rheumatic pains,
Headache, Dyptheria, Ac , for sale in Mehoopany by
Dr. Becker A Co. and Henry Love ; on Russell Hill
by T. Stemplts; at Forkston by Mr. Garey ; at Me
shoppen by Henry Stansbury. A trial of the medi
cine, will in nil cases, prove satisfactory. Try it, and
nKICK ! 50,000 Brick for sale.
Thanktul for past favors, the subscriber is determ
ined, by strict attention to business, to merit still fur
T. D. SPRING.
Laeeyville, Sept. 24,1862 —v2n7.
Taken up on the 20th day of August, 1862, stray
ing on the improved land (enclosed) of the subscriber,
in the township of Nicholson, Wyoming County, a
Red Calf, with white belly, white hind feet, and white
at end of tail. The owner is required to prove his
property, pay damages and charges, otherwise said
Stray will be sold agreeable to law iu such cases made
Sept 10, 1862.
WHEREAS, by tho laws of this Commonwealth,
it is made '' the duty of the Sheriff of every
county to give notice of tho general elections, by pub
lications in one or more newspapers of the county, at
least twenty days before the election," and to enum
erate therein '-the officers to bo elected," and to des
ignate the place at which the election is to be held."
Therefore, I, LEVI H STEPHENS, High Sheriff of
Wyoming county, do hereby make known and pro
claim to the qualified electors of Wyoming county,
that a GENERAL ELECTION will lie held through
out said county, on
Tuesday , the 14/A day oj October,
being the second Tuesday in said month, at the sev
eral districts within the county, to wit :
Braintrim, at the house occupied by T. D. Spring,
Clinton, at the new school house in the village of
Eaton, at the house of Peter Stroll, in Eaton town
Exeter, at the house of Solomon Brown, in Exeter
Forkston, at the house of Illram Hitchcock, now oc
cupied by A. P. Purges, in Forkston township.
Falls, at the house now occupied by Enos Beeiner,
in Falls township.
Lemon, at the school house near H. G. Ely, in
Monroe, at the house of John Phoenix, in Monroe
Mchoopany, at the house of Petor Bender, in Me
Meshoppcn, at the house of Daniel Hankinson, in
North morel and, at the house of Winters A Howard,
at Centcrmoreland Corners, in Northmorel ind towns'p!
Nicholson, at the house now occupied by E. N. Ba
con, in Nicholson township.
North Branch, at the school house near the store of
John Pfouts, in North Branch township.
Overfield, at the old school house near Lawrence
Ager,s, in Overfield township.
Tunkhannoek Borough, at the Court nouse in Tunk
Tunkhannoek township, at the Court House in Tunk
Windham, at the house of David Fisk, in Windham
Washington, at the Baptist church on Russell Hill
in Washington township.
It is further dsrected that tho election at the sever
al districts shall be opened between the hours of 8
and IO o'clock in the forenoon, and shall continue
open without interruption or adjournment, until 7
o'clock in the evening, when the polls shall be closed
The officers elected last spring shall serve at tho
The officers to be elected at tjic time and places
One person for Auditor General, of the State of
One person for Surveyor General, of the State of
One person for President Judge of the 26th Judi
cial District, composed of the Counties of Columbia,
Sullivan and Wyoming.
Ono person for Congressman, of (he 13th Con
gressional District, composed of I he C unities of Brad
lord, Wyoming, Sullivan. Columbia, and Montour.
One person for Shite Senator, of the 9th Senatorial
District, composed ot the Counties of Bradiord, Sus
quehanna, Wyoming, and Sullivan.
Two persons for licprcscntatircs, in tho Counties of
Wyoming, Sullivan. Montour and Columbia.
One person for County Commissioner, of the Coun
ty of Wyoming.
One person for County Treasurer of the County of
One person for District Attorney of tho County of
One person for County Auditor of the County of
One person for Coroner of the County of Wyoming
It is further directed that the meeting of the rcturne
judges at the Court house in Tunkhannoek, to make
out the general returns, .'-hall be on the first Friday
succeeding the general election, which will be the
seventeenth day of October.
And in and by the said act, I am further directed
to give notice that every person, excepting justices of
the peace, who shall hold anyoffioe or appointment of
profit or trusi under the Government of the United
States, or of this State, or of any city, or incorporated
district whether a commissioned officer or otherwise a
subordinate officer or agent, who is or shall be em
ployed under the legislative or executive, or judiciary
department of this State, or of any incorporated dis
trict, and also that every member of Congress or of
the select or common r-i.nn U of any city, commission
ers of any incorporated district, is, by law, incapable
of holding or exercisi ig at the same time the office or
appointment of Judge, inspfcetqr or clerk of 003- elec
tion of this Commonwealth, an! that no inspector,
judge or any officer of any -null election shall he elig
ible to any then to be voted for.
In pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled " An
Act relating to tho Elections of this Commonwealth,"
passed the 2d day of July, A. D., 1839,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
"That the Inspector end Ju Igeechosen as afore
said, shall meet at tho res; ctivo places appointed for
holding tho election in the districts to winch they re
spectively belong, before nine o'clock on tho menrng
of the second Tues 1 13 - in Octal cr, in each an 1 over
year, and eac-h of said Inspectors shall appoint one
clerk who shall be a qiuli.LJ voter of such district.
" In case the person who shall have receive I tho
second highest number of votes for Inspectors shall
not attend on the day cf election, then the ja-r.-on who
shall have received the second highest number of
votes for Judge at tho preceding election shall act as
Inspector in his place. And in case the person who
shall have received the highest number of votes for
Inspector shall not attend, the person elected Judge
shall appoint an Inspector in his place; and in case
the person elected Judge shall not attend, then the
Inspector who received the highest number of votes
shall appoint a Judge in his place, and il'any vacan
cy shall continue in the Board for the space of one
hour after the time fixed for the opening of the elec
tion of the qualified voters of the township, ward or
district for which such officer shall have been elected,
the persons present at the place of election,shall elect
one of their number to fill such vacancy.
" In all cases where the names of a person claim
ing to*voto vote is not to be foun-l on the list furnish
ed by the Commissioners and Assessors, or his right
to vote whether found therein or not is objected to by
any qualified citizen, it shill be the duty of the In
spectors to examine such person on oath, as to his
qualifications, and if he claims to have resided within
the State for one year or more, his oath shall be suf
ficient proof thereof; but be shall-make proof by Sit
least one competent witness who shall be a qualified
elector that he has resided within tho district for
more than ten days next immediately preceding
the election, and shall al--o himself swear that his
bonafide residence, in pursuance of his lawful calling
is within the district, and that he did not move into
the district for the purpose of voting therein.
" Every person qualified as aforesai I, and who
shall make due proof, if required of his resideuce and
payment'of taxes as aforesaid, shall be admitted to
vote in the township, ward, or district in which he
"If any person or persons shall make any bet or
wager upon the result of any election in this Com
monwealth or shall offer to make any such bet or
wager either by verbal proclamation thereof, or by
any written or printed advertisement, challenge or in
vite any person or persons to make such 11 bet or wa
ger, upon conviction thereof, he or they shall forfeit
and pay three times the amount so bet or offered to
" If any.person not by law qualified shall fraudu
lently vote at any election within this Commonwealth,
or being otherwise qualified, shall vote out of his
proper district, or if any person knowing the want of
such qualification shall aid or procure such person to
vote, the peison or persons offending shall on convic
tion, be confined not exceeding two hundred dollars
and be imprisoned for a term not exceeding three
" If any person shall vote at more than one election
district,or otherwise fraudulently votemore than once on
the same day, or shall fraudulently fold and deliver
to the Inspectors two tickets together, with the in
tention to illegally vote, or shall vote the same, or if
any person shall advise or procure another so to do,
he or they so offending shnll, on conviction, be fined
in any sum not less than fifty, nor more than five
hundred dollars, and be imprisoned for any term not
less than three, nor more than four months.
"If any person not qualified to vote in this Com
monwealth agreeably to law [excepting tho sons of
qualified citizens,] shall appear at any place of elec
tion for tho purpose of issuing tickets or influencing
citizens qualified to vote, he shall on conviction, for
feit and pay an}* sum not'exceeding one hundred dol
lars for every such offence, and, and be imprisoned
for any term not exceeding three months.
" No person shall be permitted to vote at any elec
tion as aforesaid, other than a white freeman of the
age ot 21 years or more, who shall have resided in this
State at least one year, and in the election district
where he effers to vote, at least ten days immediately
preceding such election, and within two years have
paid a Stato or count}* tax which shall have been as
sessed at least ten days before election. But a citi
zen of the United States, who has previously been a
qualified voter of this State, and removed therefrom
and returned, and who shall have resided in the elec
tion district, and paid taxes aforesaid, shall be en
titled to vote after residing in this State six months
Provided, That the white freemen citizens of the Un
ited States, between the ages of '2l and 22 years, and
having resided in this State one year, and in the elec
tf'on district 10 days as aforesaid, shall be entitled to
vote, although they shall not have paid taxes.
" No persons shall he permitted to vote whose name
is not contained in the list of taxable inhabitants
furnished by the Commissioners as aforesaid unless
first he produces a receipt for the payment within two
years of a State or County tax assessed agreeably to
tho Constitution, and give satisfactory evidence, eith
er on his or on tho affirmation of another, that he has
paid such tax, or on failure to produce a receipt shall
make oath to the payment thereof; or second, if he
claims a right to vote by being an elector between
the age of 21 and 22 years, he shall depose on oath
or affirmation that be has resided in the State at
least one year next before his application, and make
such proof of residence in his district as required by
this Ait, and that he does verily believe from the ac
count given him that he is of the aforesaid age, and
give such other evidences as is required by this Act,
whereupon the name of the person so admitted to vote
shall bo inserted in tho alphabetical list by the In
spectors, and a note made opposite thereto by writing
the word 'tax,' if he shall be admitted to vote by
reason of having paid a tax, of the word 1 age,' if he
shall be permitted to vote on accqunt of his age, and
in either case the reason of such vote shall be called
out to the clerks, who shall mark in the list of voters
kept by thorn
If any person shall prevent or attempt to prevent
any officer of an election under this act from holding
such election or use or threaten any violence to any
such officer, or shall interfere with him in the exec
tion of his duty or shall block up or attempt to block
the window or avenue or any window where the same
may be holden, or shall riotously disturb the peace
at such election, dr shall use or practice any intimi
dation threats, force, or violence, with design to in
fluence unduly or overawe any elector to prevent him
from voting or to restrain the freedom of choice, such
person on conviction shall be fined in any sum not ex
ceeding five hundred dollars, and be imprisoned for
any time not less than one, nor moro than twelve
months; and if it shall be shown to the Court where
the trial of such offence shall be had, that the person
so offending was not a resident of the city, ward, dis
trict or township, where the offence was committed,
and not entitled to a vote therein, then, on convic
tion, he shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less
than one hundred dollars and be imprisoned not less
than six months, nor more than two years.
Agreeably to tho provisions of the sixty-first sec
tion of said Act, every general and special election
shall bo opened between the honrs of eight and ten
in the forenoon, and shall continue without interrup
tion or adjournment until seven o'clock in the even
ing, when the polls shall be closed.
Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 7Gth
section of the Act, tho Judges of the aforesaid dis
tricts, respectively shall take charge of the certificate
or return of the election of their respective districts,
and produce them at a meeting of ono Judge from
each district, at tho Court House, in tho Borough of
Tunkhannoek, on the third day after the day of elec
tion, being the 17th day of October next, then and
there, to do and perform the duties required by law
of said Judges. Also, that where a Judge, by sick
ness or unavoidable accidont, is unable to attend said
meeting of Judges, then the certificate, or return,
aforesaid, shall be taken charge of by ono of tho In
spectors or Clerks of election of said district, who
shall do and perform tho duties required of said
Jndge unable to attend.
Also, that in the 31st section of said Act, it is en
acted that " when two or more counties shall com
pose a district for the choice of a member or mem
bers of tho senate of this Commonwealth, or the
House of Representatives of the United Statos or of
this Commonwealth, or President Judge, tho Judges
of the election in each county having met as afore
said, the Clerks shall make out a fair statement of
all the votes which shall have been given at such
election, within tho county, for every person voted
for, as such member or members, or President Judge,
which shall bo signed by said Judges and attested by
the Clerks; and one of the said Judges shall take
charge of said certificate, and shall produce the
same at a meeting of one Judge from each county in
such district as is or may be appointed by law for
the purpose, which meeting shall bo held the seventh
day after tho election."
Given under my hand and real of my office, in
Tunkhannoek, this 17th day cf September, A. I).
LEVI 11. STEPHENS, Sheriff.
Tunkhannoek, Sept. 17, 18G2.
HARDWARE & IRON!
3 & BLAIR
—OFFER FOR SALE—
trox. pte :l nails and
SPIKES, MINE RAIL, RAILKCAD
SPIKES, ANVILS, BELLOWS, HORSE-SHOES,
American cnii (Ctifllisl) florsc Hails,
CARPENTERS' TOOLS, (ALL WARRANTED,)
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAT SPIN- '
DLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES,
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL,
130TTS, NUTS, WASHERS,
PLASTER PARTS, 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,
Seranton, March 26, 1862. vln33—ly.
Protected from Counterfeits.
THE WHITE ENAMEL
ARTIFICIAL BONE FILLING
United States l atent applied for.
Preserved and Restored.
Superior to Gold. As hard and durable as
Male and Female Agents Wanted, S1 GO
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 tcctn, 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 country.
Letters requiring an answer must enclose a stamp.
Da. E. ROSSEAU A CO.,
4BG Broadway. N. T
j. w. fliioXds , ivi. XX,
(Graduate oj the University oj Penn'a.)
Respectfully offers his professional services to the
citizens of Tunkhannoek and vicinity. He can be
found, when not professionally engaged, either at his
Drug Store, or at his resideuce on Putnam Street.
SPRING AND SUMMER
THE SUBSCRIBER begs to inform his customers
and the Public in general, that he has just re
turned from NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA
with a complete and caret ully 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
GASH & 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
stowed 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,
Tunkhannoek, Oct. 16th, 1861.
NEW BURNT LIME AND BRICK
With a full and well selected stock of
9 03IS E8 WARS
constantly on hand, and for sale at the
VERY LOW ESTMARkET'3 '1 :
for cash or produce by
MESHOPPEN. WYOMING COUNTY, PENXA.
He is now burning at his Kila
3 Superior Article of fime,
Which highly recommends itself to all who inspect
it. Price, from ten .0 twenty-five cents per bushel
BOUND TO SELL,
AND AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
Thankful for past favors, an l 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.
Meshoppcn, September 18, 1861. #
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The subscriber has just opened a new Furniture,
Cabinet and Chair Manufactory in Tunkhannoek,
next door to C. M. Koon's grocery store — where are
kept on hand and manufactured to order:
TABLES of all sizes, patterns, and styles.
CHAIRS Cane-seat, Flag-bottom, and common.
BUREAUS of all styles, sizes, and nrices.
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 and workmanlike manner.
N. B. —Old canc-soat chairs, new-seated and re
UNDERTAKING.—Having a Hearse of his own,
and having had much experience, ho will attend to
this department of the business on short notice, and
in a satisfactory manner.
July 16, 1862. —vln49ly
The subscriber has opened a Now Store at Meshop
pen, for the sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES. UV
An experienced workman from Massachusetts i
constantly employed, and all orders executed on shor
notice and reasonable terms. Shop next door to Ver
noy's store. A team will ho ran, as usual, through
the adjoining townships in Wyoming and Susquehanna
N. B.—Persons indebted for goods, purchased of the
subscriber, or of Phillips, or Avery, are requested to
make payment as soon as possible, to me.
Starlingville, June 11,1862.—v1n446w.
BRIDGE ST., TUNKHANNOCK,
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF C. M KOON%
IB 1.1. BIIIIS.
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST.
JUST RECEIVED at the Tu&khannock Medical
Ilall, the largest and best assortment of Drugs
and Medicines erer brought to this section of
These medicines have been selected by the sob*
scrlber himself, with great care, and hence he can
recommend and warrant them as being pure and on'
llis stock comprises in part, the following, to wit I
STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS,
PERFUMERY, FANCY NO
TIONS, FINE WINES AND LI
QUORS, (FOR MEDICINAL PUR
POSES ONLY) COAL OIL, TURPENTINE,
ALCOHOL, CAMPIIENE, 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 THE
FOR CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE*
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS accurately-com
pounded at all hours of the day and night.
DR. J. W. RHOADS,
Plit' Ida i aud Druggist.
Tunkbnnnoek, May 14, 196 n4o— ly
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The subscriber lias opened a
(Drofcri) nnb precision Storr
OLD STAND OF THOMAS OSTERHOUT,
OXE BOOR BELOW MAYXARD'S UOTEL
in the BorotSgh of Tunkhacnock.
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 J
Flour by the barrel or sack, at $5.90, $6 50, and
$6.75 per barrel. Pork per barrel, Sls.
Pork, per pound, 8J cents.
Mackerel, do. sto 8 do
White Fish, do 6 do
Trout, do 6 do
Young Ilyson Tea, good do. $1.15 do
Saleratus, do. 8 do
Candles, (mould) do 12| do
Cheese, do 10 do
Soda Crackers, do 8 do
Syrup, (good) per gallon, 58 do
Kerosene, do 40 do
Paper, per quire, Foolscap, 15 do
Note and letter, with package cnvel. 20 do
COFFEE, SUGAR, GLASS, NAILS, STARCH
SOAP, BROOMS, TABLE and DAIRY
SALT, BUTTER PAILS, with
covers, STONE - WARE,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
JTJT" The highest market price paid for EGGS
and GOOD BUTTER.
P. S.—No white or pied butter wanted. G. L.
Tunkhannock, July 16,1862. —vln49tf.
Takes pleasure in announcing to tho people of Tunk
hannock and vicinity, that he has opened a
tUatf!) anb (Oflffi s!)of>
two doors below Wall's Hotel, whore 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 tho business,
he feels confident that he can give entire satisfaction
to all favoring him with their patronage.
TERMS —Low as the lowest that do their work in
a workman like manner.
ALL WORK WABRANTED TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED
AFTER A FAIR TRIAL.
N. B—Parasols r Fans $ Umbrellas repaired
Also, Accordeons and other mnsical instruments
tuned and put in order on short notice.
A large assortment of Watches ond Clocks onhand
or can be ordered at any time.
Tunkbannoek, July 30, 1862.