Newspaper Page Text
|j i0 cal lld Perß ° nal^
.The fanner,- luring the past week have
*>/" v iu gathering their crop-, that they have
bring in am thing for the printer to eat.
-; V e on short rations however, especial
[ liiuc coming
„l —Mr. George Leighton, who has been
DUT ' , u ; n g a cheap Grocery and Provis
"eUnll:/„Vace has now removed his esUb-
Mr - L isan fhon
■light torward dealer, and deserving ofsuc
lhU new location.
t ,hich was held at this place, this week,
ir , \ >a Tuesday (yesterday) for want of bh,i
1-, cBJOS whatever, were tried. Two orthrco
qpl W erc found by the Grand Jury, being cas
ein, from returns of Constables of the condi
rovls and bridges- A few cases only, were
,1 of on the argument h§t.
u t. Col. Sides, late Capt Sides nf the 57th
,1 made our town a short visit last week
to has remained at his post, more faithfully
~-t of the officers connected wi h the army.—
, never, we believe, left the regiment, since
the service, except during a short illness.—
n excelent health and reports his men as also
1 health. He is proud of, and devotedly at
to the men in his Regt., and judging lroui
e have heard, the attachment is reciprocal.
I~ , oa i w huh has r.'-v bfec-ne the principal article
lf furi in tkis county, his advanced at least liity per
cut in price. The impost duties, high price of ta-
K, r . destruction of tf.e cabals last summer, increased
■demand for use of government ?:c. are among the
■ reasons assigned for this advance. 11 tvbuld be on-
Itirely out of fashion for it or indeed anything ex
l.rpt what the farmer produces, to be sild at the ol 1
I price. The " chnnge" aliout which the B'.a k Lie
II üblionns have so long preached is now beginning ' >
Ibe realized by the people. Very little change, ex
,-ept a change fur the *or*e i< now tell iu thei' i -ck
l'oor Tlflany's this week vb e iheir high ca
reer." They go out like an expiring tallow candle,
smoking, fuming, spitting, sputtering in the socket
and running down. The untimely en 1 ••!.these ani
mals, is attributed by their friends to various causes,
which are: wandering "in the wocds' too iong,
"hankering" after venison too strong; paying taxes
too 'hefty;" telling lbs about them, too freely;
getting in too close proximity to bo t toes, all of
which taken in connection with a chrom - affliction
which has followed them from the crude to Baby
hood, to wit: an overdose of natural iool-on the
l,rain, has completely prostrated th-e little
"babes," and they lie in the deep gloom of their nn
live • woods." Rest, sweet scented 'babes' in
je Jco !
Vmorvin Il.icon, a soldier who has been lor
four months confnm 1 in th • ar ny h..spit.il at llarn
l.urg, was bvougUt home last week, 1 y hi- brother
6. D Bacon of Eaton, in such nn enfeebled c u li
tion that it was n ec--ary to carry him from I'iit-ton
a distance of twenty miles, on a ,-treatcher or cot
bed, by hand This task was performed by S D
Bacon and another brother of the patient with thi >
t)ther men. in abou? ton hour?*, in
f,r rest and delays. He is represented as in a truly
terrible condition, having I' ng ' "ii ;n i 1 i.mi u.
i-covered with sores so th.lt the slightest jar give
him intense pain. His disease was ori-innllv one !
the fevers, incident to life in camp.
It is sad to reflect how many of the victims t this
cruel ami unnecessary war ore now Sanvnishing ami
living in an iarouud the hospital.- l\>r want oi a moth
Peterson's Magazine.— We an- in rcc i; t of
his popular La dy> Magazine for 1 lecetubcr. It is
a splendid number. The title page r '""hi, con
taining portraits of the chief cit t. touto: . i. Very
•' Numiii" will begrt illy tmj tved in 186*. It
will contain 10'"' tig' -of double v lumn reading
matter: M steel plates; 12 colored steel fashion
plates; 12 colored r>:it!ern.- in 11cdin w.irk, embroid
ery or crochet, and "00 wood engravings— propor- (
iiimairly morn than y 'dh.nr periodical price?. I'-
stories and novelets tree by too best wri'crs. In 1-G.l
l our Origiuul Copyright Xote*cts will be given
ITS FASHIONS AHE TRIT: 1 TK-T AVU I'itr.T
Ttr.sr! Every neighborhood ought t.t make up n
club. Its price is but Two I NIL AUS 1 year, "r ft dol
lar les.t. an Magazines of its class. IT IN TI;K MAG
AZINE FOR THK Tuit > ! To clubs, it i the tpcr still,
vir.three <:o| ie? for $5 five, lor 10, or e:g T, t for
*lO. To every person getting up it club, the pub
lislicr will .-end an e.rtrn copy g valios n premium,
or a larp'e sized mezzotint for framing, ' Uunjnn
partinrrfrmn\his Plinel Child t" prtroh. t-peci
titens sent (if written for) to those wishing to get up
Address Post Paid.
CHARLES J PETERSON.
300 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
GRIFFITHS—PRUNER -On the 12th inst., by the
Rev, C. i! Lane. Mr, H. GRIFFITHS of Wilkes
llarre to Miss A E. PRrvi.it of this ECrougb.
6wEX—TRAriS In Nicholson, Nov. Bth ICC2,1 C C2,
by E. N. R toon Esq. at th • house of the brides fa
ther, Mr. Ears OWEN, to Yli.-S EMMA THAVIV —
Roth of Nichols n.
SMITH—1!Ill I F UT-0,. the loth inst, by Moses
OnWitt E.-q., Wnt. SMITH, of Windhani, to Mrs-
SARAH HERBERT, of Tunkhannoek.
MARCY--Tn Eaton Township, on the 11th iust Tur.-
RON MAKCY, aged ."6 yeais.
The deceased was a son of Col. Abel Marcy, who
was one of the pioneer sctlers of tins county.
MITCHELL— At rorryvllle, Ky., October Bth 1862,
Sergeant WILLIAM P MITCHELL, of the 10th llegt.,
W i sco nsinYol., in the 34th year of his age.
. .Sergeant Mitchell was the youngest son of Mr.
Tho Mitchell, of Eaton Township in Wyoming Co.
Be removed to tho new and th: iving state of Wis
consin, several ycare ago ; and where ho has since
re.A led. until tho breaking out of the rebellion.—
About n year ego he volunteered in the perrice of
h't country, in a company of *oun£ men whose apg
r-carance elicited the praise and admiration of all
who saw them, all being young, stalwart men whose
average height was six feet; it was the favorite com
pany of Wisconsin.
1 hey went forth to defend their government against
a wicked rebellion, and in tho bloody battle at I'cr
rjfille he fell, whilst bravely fighting against the
eneixncS of free government.
His funeral sermon will be preached at the brick
church in Eaton, oa Sunday, Dec 7th, at i 1 o'clocK
A. M. t when and where his friends, and all others,
though they be strangers, are invited to attend
LIME AND BRICK, CHEAPER THAN AT
whore else in tho county, for sale nt
Muhoppen, Eept IS 1 1 ERNOYS
| STOVE & TIN-WARE
T U N K II A \ \ OC it, Pa.
MANTJKACTriiK AND DEAL
IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
, C 0 0 K I N G , P A R LOR, AND BOX STOVES
i STO VE VIPE cf' FURNITURE.
Heaters ami egisters,
PI MPS, ZINC, LEAP PIPE, JAPANNED AND
BRITANIA IV A RE,
And. indeed, everything pertaining to their business,
which they offer at PANIC PRICES.
ROOFING, GETTERS and CONDUCTORS, put
tip, at short uotice.
t .. ,
J'l.'iRING and REPAIRING of all kinds, prompt
i ly and neatly done. Give the-ru n call.
I Tunkhanii >ek, Sep:. 11, 1861. ly
fry fi typrT; re /v*fNT*£7C
yl A.* -a < rt Ac. -Oa iA
i IW FALL AV-J WINTER
M!!S. P> \IMIWT.LI/S,
(>v.po>iie the Post-OUicc.
\V HERE may he foun i n general assort
\ meat of It ; b-ms, Bonnet Material, Fl )wers,
Rn--h'-. Straw -ir.-i I ancy Bonnets, Misses' and Chil
dn-t.'s Dais and >haker-. an I ad other articles in the
; millinery lino, which will he offered at the Ijwcst
I'ioast tali an I examine lef re purchasing else-
I ■?/" Bleaching and ret airing dine in good order,
at; i a* the shorte-t notice.
TutdvLahnoek, >• v. 12, 1862—v2nl S-3m
Near rier cville, in Nichd .n Town-hip Wyoming I
County, about !lie -tit of October AN ACCOUNJ i
BOOK, with black oil- :1 >tb cover, containing several ;
ti'i'es ar. I receipts of value. Tito owner can have the
- me upon identifying a pav mg charges, by calling
upon the sol scriber.
Pierceville, 0 t. 25, 'G2. THE P. It STARK.
but making every man pay for bit own work, with
out taxing hint fur the debts of those that ni ver pay.
He will sell ail kinds of the best custom made work
at a low r figure Cutis tiiv slop wotk usually f'.utnd in
country stores can he '-ought at.
He i- nn t tntly adding to his large stock of
THE BEST MATEIUAL,
and will keep on hand and make to order all kinds o j
SHOES, Ae., Ac. j
The Best Workmen
arc employed in his manufacturing establishment, ;
and be feels confident of his ability to give the most |
G. 11. EASTMAN
ig noted f.r making the BEST an 1 CHEAPEST Roots
and Shoes ever offered to the public, and in order to
sustain his reputation, tie will spare neither care nor
Ills shop is fir-t d. or below R. R. Little's Law Of
fice, where he is prepared to make to ordei, and do
repairing on -hurt notice.
My motto is. to use none but c.oon HEATHER —
not to purchase that which is boiled or rotten.
P. >. '.'"dors for fine Stiver! Roots particularly so
licited. . .
fl 11. EASTMAN-
Tunkhannoek, Aug 14, 1861
ft <P?N WWY
J, _LL JJ A IILLBIII J, U I
BEST AND CHEAPEST,
G. H. EASTMAN'S
BSSIT ALL SHE SHP,
as ha intends for the future to sell exclusively for
CASH OR READY PAY;
iUAMTEI) -A RESPECTABLE PERSON OF
\\ EITHER SEX in every neighborhood to sell J.
R. STAFFORD'S OLIVE TAR, and also J R. STAFFORD'S
IRON AND SI LPHI B POWDERS. Olive tar is a thin,
transparent fluid ; it is the best remedy known for
diseases of the Throat, Lufigr., or Catarrh. Also for
Diptheria, Croup, Whooping Cough, Ac. My Iron
and Sulphur Powders strengthen the system, aid the
digestion, and purify the blood. I have a 10 page
pamphlet containing full explanations, and over lOfl
testitjiouials from well known prominent persons
which 1 will send to any one free by mai'.
J. R. STAFFORD, Chenist,
v1n24,1v. 442 Broadway, New York
Whereas, letters, testemeutary to the estate of
Pegry Fiannery, late of North Branch Township,
deceased, have been granted to tho subscribers. All
persons in lebted to the said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and t' oso having claims
or demands against said estate will make the same
known to the subscribers without delay duly aathen
JOSEPH BURGESS, 5
lIENRY CUAMPIN $
North Branch, Nov. 17, 1562.
LIME FOR FARMERS, AS A FERTILIZER
for sale at VERNOY'S.
lle<bppn, <pt. I®. 1561
600,000 MAL fo SELL MALE AGEXTs
LLOY D'S NEW STEEL PLATE COUNTY COL
ORE]) MAPOFTHE UNITED STATES, CAN
ADAS, AND NEW BRUNSWICK.
From recent snrvsys, completed Aug. 10, 1362;
cost 820,0( oto engrave it and one year's time
Superior to any §>lo map ever made by Cotton or
Mitchell, an 1 sells at the low price of "fifty cents;
370,000 names are engraved on this map.
It is not onlv a Cuiintv Map, but it is also a
COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States ar.d Canadas combined in one,
giving eery railroad station and distances between.
Guaiantee any woman or man 83 to 85 per day.
will take back all maps that cannot be sold and
refund the money.
Send for 81 worth to try.
Printed instructions how to canvass well, furnish d
all ,oqr.agents ,
Wholesale agents for our maps in every
State, California Canada, England, France and Cu
ba. A fortune may he made with a few hundred
dollars capital JS'o Competition.
J. T. LLOYD, No 104 Broadway, New York
The War Department uses our Slap of. Virginia,
Marj laud, and Pennsylvania, co-.t 81 OO'OOO, on which
is market Antietam Creek. Shnrpsburg, Maryland
llights, Williamsport Ferry, Ehorersville, Noland's
Ford, and all others on the Potomac, and every oth -r
place in Morylund, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or
• . LLOYDS
TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF KENfSCKY,
OHIO, INDIANA, and ILLINOIS, >
is the only authority for Gen. Buell and the War De '
partment. Alouey refunded to any or.e finding an er
ror in it. Price 50 cents.
Emm the Tribune, Aug. 2.
" LLOYD'S MAP OF VIRGINIA, MARYLAND,
AND PENNSYLVANIA —This map is very large;
its cost is but 25 cc its, and it is the best which can
be purchasi d."
LLOY D's GREAT MAP CF THE MISSISSIPPI
RIVER.—Front Actual Surveys by Capts. Bart and
Wm. Buwon, Mississippi River Pilots, of St. Louis,
Mo., shows ■ very man's plantation and owner's ilauie
from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico -1,350 miles—
every sand-bar,island, town, landing, and all places
20 miles back from tiie river—colored in cbuntiesaud
states, l'ri e, 81 in sheets. 82, pocket form, and
82 50 on linen, with ro lers. Ready Sept. 20.
NA\ vDi lAIITMKNT, Washington, Sept. 17, 1302
.T T. Lt.ovn —Sir: Send me your Map of the Mis
sis.-ippi River with price per hundred copies. Rear-
Aduiir.il Charles H. Davis, commanding the Missis
sippi squadn n. is authorized to purchase as many as
are required tor use of that squadron.
G! DE< 'N WELLES. Secretary of the Navy.
ri< > lit o A XI" t■ V pp v, 1
IU I 111\. VJ<L < I UII,
DAILY LINE W STAGES!
Tunkliamtoek to Pittston,
/"CONNECTING with STAGES running to and
VC from Wtike.-'-Barro, an i all other points, ffoiti
Pittston. Also, with stages running to ami from To
wan ia, Laeevville, Me.-hoppen, Montrose and other
units, from Tunkhannoek.
XOM; BUT GOOD HOUSES,
CAREFUL AM) OOLIGIXfi DRIVERS
are engaged on this Line.
Extra Horses aud Carriages censt:liitly on hand,
frinlF ar i) rassi:n g/; n s
from Tunkhannoek to Spritigville, Mchoopany and
all other Joints off the line of regular Stage route.
J. RIT t'ERSPAEGH, Proprietor.
Tunkhannoek, September, 13, 1361.
PILL. LACK. & WESTERN
cHA-ivrdrU OP innj^VXE:
ON an 1 ifter M n lay, November 25th IStl, Trains
will run as follows :
EXPRESS PASSENGER TRAINS
Leave Great IV-nd at 7:20 A M.
New Milford J;39 "
Montrose 3.00 "
Honbottoin 6:23 "
Nicholson S : 4ij <
Factory ville 9 0-1 "
Abitigton 9:20 "
SCR ANTON 10:01) "
Moscow 10.-41 "
Gouidsboro 11:07 "
To yhunna 11:20 "
Ptroiulsburg 12.32 P. M
Water Gap 12:46 •<
Columbia LOO "
I- I aware 1:23 "
llono (Philadelphia connection) • • 1:35 "
Oxford 1:53 "
Washington 2:10 "
.lundion 2:32 "
Arrive tit New York 5:30 "
■ Philadelphia 6:50 "
Leave N 'w York from foot of Courtlard
Street 6:00 A M.
Pier No. '2,.North River, 7:00 "
Philh lelphiu from Kensington I)et>ot 7;It) •'
Leave Juti.-H-n 11:15 "
Qxtbrd • 11:50 "
\L>pe ; Philadelphia connection)• • 12:14 P. M.
Del;, ware 1*4:43 "
Water Gap 1:16
Stmudshnrg 1:30 "
Tobyhanna 2:42 "
Gouldsboro 2:55 "
Moscow 3.17 "
SCR ANTON 4:10 "
Abington 4:40 "
Eactorv ville •••4:56 "
Nicholson 5:16 "
IloplKittom 5:38 "
Montrose b':00 "
New Milfonl 6:21 "
Arrive at Great Bend 6:40 "
1 -f. These Trains connect at Great Bend with the
Night. Express Trains both East and West on the
New York and Erie, and a" Scranton with Trains on
Lackawanna and Bloomsbnrg Railroad, for Pittaton,
Kingston and Wilkesbarre; aud t+ie Train moving
South connects at Junction with Trains lor Bethle
hem, Maud) Chunk, Reading and Harrisburg.
Passengers to and from New York change cars a
Junction. T<> and From Philadelphia, via.B. D. it.
It., leave or take cars at Hope.
Foi Piltston, Kingston and Wilkes-Barre, take L.
A 15. II It. cars at Scranton.
ForJessup, Arehbald and Carbondale, take Omni
bus at Scranton.
Leaves Perr.nton 9:50 "
Abiugton 10:35 "
Factory ville -11:00 "
Nicholson 11:30 "
Hopbottoin 12:05 P. M
• Montrose 12:45 '•
New Milford 1:20 "
Arrives at Great Bend- 1.45 "
Leaves Great Bend 2:10 P.M.
New Milford 2:35 "
Montrosem 3:05 •'
llopbotto- 3:45 "
Nicholson 4:15 "
Factory ville 5:13 "
Abiugton 5:40 "
Arrives at Scranton 6:30 "
This Train leaves Scranton after the arrival oftho
Train from. Kingston, and connects at Great Bend
with the Day Express Trains both East and West on
New York and Erie.
JOHN BRTSBIN, Sup't.
Superintendent's Office, 1
Scranton, Nov. 25, 1861. $
SA M U Eli J . BARBER,
Sculptor, and Dealer in
FIB II DOMESTIC MARBLE.
TOMB-STONES, MANTLES. WINDOW CATS
OPPOSITK THE BANK,
PITTS TON, LUZERNE Co, PA.
Being ft prftaticftl workman, selecting my own
! stock and doing my own work, lam enabled to do.
i work at n much lower rate than any establishment
in this s'-Mion.
All orders promptly atteude 1, and satisfaction
r Orders left at the office of the "Democrat"
win re-eire immediate attention.
Arrival of a •
THE subscriber bogs leave to inform bis numerous
friends mid customers, that he has just returned
from Philadelphia and New York, with the
fargest atib Best Storh nf
r**SeP^hS v ®
MEN'S WEAR IN GENERAL,
YANKEE NOTIONS, U.
Ever brought to this County. He has also bought a
Fine .Stock of
and a Full Line of
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
As regards the Quality an 1 .Stylos of Goods, he de
fies competition. As regards Prices, he only assures
his friends, that long experience in the trade enables
hitn to buy, and therefore, sell elu per than any one
else outside the city. A fair trial .s all ho asks.
No Trouble to Shoic Goods.
Thankful fur the very libera! patronage heretofore
bestowed on biin, lie will, by strictly hoDo.it dealing,
and hereafter, a olose attention to business, try to
merit a continuance ot the same,
Ttfnkhannocfr, Oct 15, 196?.
§seemi'r , s
& I V' w
Vi.Ar.tiE, r\v and desirable stock
of r. 11 kinds, it now i elng received at
ITaving been purchased at
PRICES fir BELOW Hit MARKET
nr 1 selling exclusively for
he is enabled to undersell any Store in this part of
tho country. In the Hue of
BOOTS & SHOES.
HE DEFIES COMPETITION.
His stock of
is complete. Also,
HATS -™> CAPS.
In fact ho lias
(£wn)tl)ing to Suppti) the lUflots of the
'rE or LE.
The HIGHEST CASH PRICES will be paid for
BETTER, EGGS, and GRAIN of all kinds, in ex
change for Goods.
He returns his thanks to tho people of his neigh
borhood for their liberal patronage ; and by fair aad
honest dealing, hopes to merit a continuance of the
"THE LATEST STYLES
Fall and W inter
MILLINER V GOOBf,
have just been received at tiie establishment of
MISS LOUISA HEPBURN,
on Tioga Street, opposite the Post-office, where will
I be found Ladies. Chiiren. Misses, and Boy's FLATS,
HATS, and CAPSj HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBONS,
! FLOWERS, and TRIMMINGS, and everything \t
: the line of Millinery, which will be eold at the ioires
Cash. Prices. . ..
Repairing promptly and neatly done. Ladies wil
please call and examine for themselves.
Tnnkhanneek Oct 23, 15?? —T2nll —IT
TO accommodate persons wbbing to go by public
conveyance from this piacc to any section, or re
turn, the undersigned continues to run a
16 and from Faetoryville Depot, leaving his hotel at
h o'cbicfe, a. m . ariiviug at Faetoryville in time for
CuTfll Britfc, Srranton, ITcm-lJorh,
Returning, loaves Faetoryville on the arrival
of the New York, Philadelphia and Accommoda
tion Train from Great Bend, arriving in Tunkh&n
nock at 7 o'clock, p. m.
N". B.— All Express matter, packages and will
bo conveyed to and from the Depot, at reasotfAfc'le
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,
m. Returning, leaves at 3 o'clock, p in
Stages for Pittston, Wyoming, and Wilkesbr.rre,
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. m., connecting at Montrose
with stages for Bingham'on, 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
cngcrf at all times.
T. 13. WALL
sept 24 - v2n7.
HARDWARE ,& IRON!
—OFFER FOR SAJ.E—
TRO\ STE L NAII.S AND
SPIKES. MINE 1' AIL. RAILROAD
SPIKES, ANVILS, BELLOWS, liORSE-SIIGES.
fub (Cngli*!) £)orsc Hails,
CARPENTERS' TOOLS. (ALL WARRANTED,)
HI ITS. SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAf "i'IN
DLKT CARRIAGE SPRINGS. AXLES.
PJPE BOX PA SPRING STEEL,
BUTTS. NITS, WASHERS,
(iHINI) STONES :
PLASTER PARTS, CEMENT. II MR. SHOVELS.
WiIiTKI.EA I>.IR E N 0 H WIX DOW
GLASS, Ac , Ac.. Jtc.
ALSO SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS ON
HAND IN ASSORTMENT,
AND MAN ( FACTFR
ED TO ORDER..
FFATHEK ANI FINDINGS,
Fa irbaii b ' s Scales,
Scran ton, March -fi, 2CC2. vm33—ly.
Persona indebted t • the rubsccber, either cn Nolo
or lAd' iic- iur.t, arc notified that said note* and ac
count.! have bo n left with my Father. A x. Last in an.
who is fully authorized to receipt and settle the same
f iy- if not settled soon, they will be left in the
haadr of au ofiker for suit and collection.
G. 11 EASTMAN.
The business of BOOT and making will bo
continued b" tSa subscriber, nt the old stand, where
everything pertaining to the busing s, will. 1 c done
in a "substantial and workmanlike manner/and at low
prices for ready pay. lie solicits a continuance of the
1 * A. F. EASTMAN.
Tunkhannock, Sept. 3, 1862.
Taken up on the 20th day of August, 1862, stray
ing on the improved land (enclosed) of the subscriber,
in Hie kwnhip of Nicholson, Wyoming County, a
Bed Calf, with white belly, white lnnd 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 in such eases wade
Sept 10, ISG2-
I.N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATF. OI 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 Harris, deceased, and also to the account ftf
Silas Sutton, Administrator to said Estate, will attend
to the duties ot his appointment, at his office in the
Borough of Tunkhannock, on
Saturday, Nbvctribe f Ist, 1862,
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. 1852.
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in
the following account, "\ iz.
The account of Raura Carey, Ex*cntix of the es
tate of Ambrose ff.ircy, late of Windham Township,
deceased, Filed Oct. 20th, 1562, that the same will
lo presented to the Orphan's Court of Wyoming Co.,
to lie held on Monday, t! e 17th day of November
nest, for confirmation anl allowance. (
Tunkhannock. Oct. 21st, 1562
SINTON WILLIAMS, Register.
Is THE MATTER OR TIIE EST ATE OF 1). B JENKISS,
The undersigned having been appointed an Audi
tor by the Orphans' Court of Wyoming County, to cx
amine and report on exceptions filed to the account of
Newman filler, administrator to the said Estate of
P. B. Jenkins, deceased, will attend to the duties of
his said appointment, at his office in the Borough of
! Tnn&hannoek, on
Friday, October 31s/, 1862,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, when and where all
persons interested are uctified to attend.
F. C. ROSS, Aud'r
Tunkliannoek, Sept. 24, 1862,
fitted "' 'rzr^p^^jOgSgjj^^S
BRIDGE ST., TUNKHANNOCK,.
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF C. M. KOON*B.
DS J. r: ittmrz
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST.
JUST RECEIVED at tho Tunkliannock Medical
Hall, the largest and best assortment of Drugs
and Modictues ever brought to this section of
country. ■ ,'
„Those medicines horn been selected by the sub
scriber himself, with great care, and hence he can
reeomniend and warren: them as being pure and un
His stock ecreprises in part, the following, to wit t
CHE.MICA I S, DYE
STUFFS, PAINTS. OILS, *
PERFUMERY, FANCY NO
TION'S, FINE WINES AND LI
QUORS, (FOR MEDICINAL PUR
POSES ONLY) COAL OIL, TURPENTINE,
ALCOHOL, CA.MPHENE, COAL OIL LAMPS,
STATIONERY, WRITING INK, PIIOTO
GRAI'IiIC ALBUMS. TOBACCO, SUGARS,
PIPES, AND AIL TiiE PROMI
NENT PATENT MEDICINES
OF THE DAY. \LL OF
W 111 0> H CAN BE
Lo'"< IIT ON THE
MOST 1 EASC'N
FOR ( ASH OR (.<)[ \T('Y PRODUCE.
PHYSICIAN'S PKESI RlPttOJ St ur itcly com
pounded at all hours of t y j night.
Dr -J W. RID)ADS, „
Physician and Druggist. D
Tunkliannock, May 14. 1162. n 4O ly.""'
TMIE OLD E.s TA I; LIIII M EN T of the subscriber,
A is still in running or ier, through all the reverses
an 1 panics of former days, since without being
wound up, at which pi ice you can find a good assort
as c. nbe f"t i . tf.c • u.' *, ru rinfc ! and
pure.. . i'
Boots, Shoes, Harness and Leather,
as 1 '• "■ " the cheapest, urf
all the WORK. WARRANTED.
\ou ianlt •? ':in •: of J Pri tins; done to or
der. ; t n blanks of every kind constantly on hand,
which, in style, arc t t ,urpassed by our large or
TO THE LADIES.
rest from yuiir toil, and buy a *
The subscriber his ■ ) ( ..j ; u oMainiog one
at the I.est, and nie-t n■!: il !e Sewing Machines, for
the money, now in ii.aiv ( r. \l z; Davit's §ls Shuttle,
and the S-10 Franki in Mi. .. nes, equal in capacity"V;*
Wheeler .t Wilson's 75, or Grov, r k Baker's $4.5
mni Line, and inakn g tl ■ saiue stitch, which is oner
third saving in •a-. ii,_ r tjm a* any other agene"
in Northern Pennsylvania
hcery Bit* ID ess M,tn <b> your own Printing !
IT WILL PAY!
L 0 W K•S PATENT .'
PORTABLE PRINTING PRESS.
(the cheapest in the I oiled States,)
*' r * P' 8> ' 825 for press. Office
coin),, "te, from silt to 875. with type and all necessa
ry material Call an 1 sec thetn, or send for a circu
lar of .full particulars.
Parthuf r Vi to
SPRINGS RllECtf* ,"IC ELI3ER,
and very effective Liniment, for all Rheumatic pains,
Headache, I'ypthoria, Ac , for sale in Mchoopany by
Dr. Jh'i ker S: Co. and Henry Five ;on Russell Hilf"
by T. SteuvpUs; at Forks: . by Mr. (iarey ; at Me-r
shoppen by Henry ;y. A trial of the medi
cinc> will in 11 cases, prove satisfactory. Try it, and
IHUC'K : SO.OOO Brick for sale. . ~
Thankldl f-r past favors >h subs .Tiber is deterttt
iaed, by strict a ttculion to business, to merit stUI fur
T D. SPRING
Laeeyvillc. Sept. 24, 1862—v2n7,
KT HI ~
O H A I £T
~ w %
The subscriber has just ojieued a new Furniture,
Cabiuot and Chair Manufactory in Tunkhannock,
neat door to C. M. Koon's gpjeery store— where are
kept on hand and manufactured to order:
TABLES of all sires, patterns, and styles.
CHAIRS Cane-scat, Flag-both.m, and common
HI HE U'S ot all styles, sire*, and prices.
BEDSTEADS. Cottage and common. • . . •
CENTRE TABLES. WORK STANDS, BOOK-
and in iced i.ut;. thing which can be found
in the large f fur:,iiurc t-t: blishments in the country,
which lie will sell .at prices as low as they eat) be
bought in any towu outside of the cities. Being sat
isfied that ho van e"inpeJe, both in workmanship and
prices wi;h any establishment in .he country, he so
liei's the public patronage.
REPAIRING of all kinds done in a neat, substan
tial and workmanlike mnnuor. < * •
N. P.—Old cane-s at chairs, new-seated and re
rNDFRTAKTNO.—Having a Tie arse of his own,
and having had much experience, he will attend
tJas dep. rtir.ci < ~<■ the business on short notice, aod
in a satisfactory iihnner. •• ■
July IG, ISG2. —vln49ly
Did. J- C BECKER & Co.,'
PHYSICIANS '& SURGIiONS,
Wuul 1 ic-a 'ttuily announce to the eitueusof
oming that tii y have 10. tied at Mchoopany, wherp
they will prom.- iy at-end to all calls in the" live o
their profession.*,M iv be found at his D. r u£ Store
when not professional !r absent.