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AND PERSONAL. 1
,j _ „ pc j, CO much occupied by matter, thai; t
Boot be deferred, that our pre.'cnt issue lacks its
| " ar e I. Tn time of peace, prepare for war."-
■ aCC " , r0 for poring, by going to Mo wry s
mZU .ad e*tol yo" "W' J ot f"""''
■ 1° statement-" Wo shall puM,ah thC
■"?. f ,he c °" n - ,
It will be well for all to remember
of writing will be regarded legal
td.v of January, 1363. unless it has a
11 h, " d ' balil on,u
B; r esult- d of an abolition administration.
|B chase.— A live fox captured some time
■ liUbe let loose on the Avery flats oppisite
iro ugh on Saturday next. Sportsmen are in-
Ke bring in their dogs and give chase. The
3" ■ - dog to be entitled to the lox and honors
Hsport may be expected.
Buarterly Meeting.—The last Quarterly
Ring tor the present conference year will be held
■' E cburc h in this Borough, to commence on
jjf-i.j. the 31st, inst., at 2 o'clock P. M-
Kouation.—The f.iends of the Rev G. W. Seo
jgMwill make him a donation visit at his residence
Best Pittston, on Wednesday afternoon and eveu
iqj uie 2S:h inst.
Bftvs Depot.—The subscriber having establis'n-
B New- Be[*it at Dr. Rhoads' Drug store calls the
of the readers to his Daily, W cekiy an 1 ;
y Newspapers and Magazines.
you want one hour s later news take the . nqtiiret
ou wl " !,1?0 ® udll fi n° assortment of sta- j
Christmas presents which have just arrived- I
Hill an 1 see tor yours dvi.-.
Hiqairer Daily 13 cts per week,
B e . " 20
W. E. WALTON.
[■lyer's American Almanac has BOW arrived
Jis now ready for delivery, gratis, by Samuel
fHjrk, to all who call for it. Our readers may be
to know that this little pamphlet which h •
true so much a favorite in our section has qui'e
j largest circulation of any one book in the world, 1
lept the Bible. It is printed in many languages !
I scattered through many nations as well as sup
kd to almost the entire population of our own vast
Jniin. Every family should keep it, for it contains I
r.nnation which nil are liable to require when
knessovertakes them and which may prove inval- ,
Me from being at hand in season. If you take j
1 advi. e you will call and get ui; Ayer's Almanac,
0 when you get, keep it.
fruits and Flowers.—Mr. Daniel Ilarkins,
Towanda, Bradford County, lias exhibited to n?
scimcns of fruit?, flowers and evergreens, from bis
rsery at that place. Mr. II with whom we have
en per onallv acquainted f- r several years, is an
right and reliable dealer iri fruits and is worthy
the confidence of the people. Having been eli
ded in the nursery business for several years, he
Bow prepared to furnish orders for all kinds ot
tits flowers and ornamental tiecs and shrubs. His
xnnity to this county, and the certainty, timeli
aul good Condition in which his trees Ac would
■ delivered should make him the man above all
ifiers for our fruit growers to deal with lie has
fc Several years delivered fruits to many of our far
iprsiutlie northern part of the county, to all ot 1
ujl 'uhe refers as a guarantee that Lis mode ol
ta iling has given entire satisfaction. lion Wui. ]
Hived Col. V. E. Piolette, and Col. Llhanan smith j
■ hi? county may also be referred to.
■ III.—CO HEN—At the resider cce of tL"~ Bride's
■ Father, in Pittston, on the 22nd inst. hy the Rev.
jail Reubeu of Wilkesßarra, Mr JOIIX M'kii. of
■ Tuakhannock, to Miss EsTtitn COHKX, of the t'orm
■ er place.
H He acknowledge the cake in this case, for which
Hkeu of remembrance, tiic happy pair have our siu-
prayers for loug lives, unalloyed happiness, a
■>?t uf gook looking gran I children, who resemble
J _ !
■MITII—At Literpooi, Perry Co , l'a., Mr. ZIBA
I sst!Tn, aged 64 years.
H aCKSOX—In Binghnmton, N. Y. Jan. 10, j
lof disease of the kidneys, THOMAS JACK
| BOX, 31. I>., aged 57 years.
I Br. Jackson was a nitive of Pennsylvania,born in
hat is now Wyoming county, April 23, 1805. He'
raduated in medicin. in I'hiladclphi t, in I =27 In
—3 he came to Binghainton and commenced the
rtctice of his [>rofession. lie at once entered upon '
a extensive practice and rapidlyj-ose in publie esti- !
dun and confidence. This confidence he retained
P to the hour of Lis death
Kin 1836 he removed to Mississippi, locating at Ray
nond wht re he lived and practiced until l 40, when
B>e returned to the North and established him? If at
■ir. hainton. Here he has since rcmainerJ, diligect-
P? practicing bis profession, and as a fatthful senti-
I'' I, guarding t lie lives and health of this cotntnuni
'•r' For moro th n thirty years he has been thus
_ n S a ged, during which time aio „?t an entin- gener
|>on has past away, and a new one has succ- e.led,
banjo- whom drew their first breath unier his pro- ,
The death of Dr. Jackson will excite emotions of
fr found regret tnroughout this entire community.— !
hlKd no insignificant or ordinary place befo.e the !
l ab c. As a man and a citizen he stood in the
_ remost rank. To vefy many hootsef&d? he was
e " beloved physician " Kimi of heart and of a ■
generous nature, his time and professional skill have
'-•n at the service of every one, while pecuniary
fscompense was to him a secondary consideration.—
Q the discharge of his professional duties, he wai j
rp'verned by a strong sense of obligation, not only to
pose who committed their interest to his care, but
*Io to that higher power which had endowed him
ph such capacity, and given him the opportunity
„ '" Ve h,S men ,le possessed a finely culti
| ted intellect, sound judgment, and strong common !
K - He was not tenacious, yet positive in his
ST L WM SClf " reliant ' and havinge confidenc in
"imself, he inspired confiaence in others. He wis
E to . h u SProfeßSiOß ' flDd D " Ver fuiled contribute !
- what he regarded its best interests.
In the circle of his household he was the loved and
and affectionate nature waf i T
iuelf ii i . constantly manifesting
•toe lf. He WMkndeared to numerous friends hy hi.
"i " a " for • J ...eh '
,0rw > 80 lon ftuiiliar, will no more be seen '
among us, but will he laid away with those of the
generation that here first knew and appreciated him '
>e work is now done, and :h his grave, calmly rest
ng amid the scenes of his former labors, and his
memory green in the hearts of our citizens, he wHI
eep well."— lndependent Republican.
GRAND 3IIRRGR OF AMERICAN GENIUS. ■
" Correct with spirit, eloquent with ease,
Intent to reason, or polite tc please "
THE NEW YORK MERCURY
FOR THFC: NEW YEAff.
It is with no fear of War's effect upon their literary
fortunes, that the publishers of THE NF.W YORK MER
CERY acknowledge the Unwavering lo valty of their '
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND suBSCitihERS, and announce
to them, and to all, that THE NEW YORK METCURY
for this year (1863) will be richer in every luxury of
Polite Literature than ever before It is no upstart
speculation, no temporary " sensatton," but a first
class literary weekly, which has been familiar to the ,
United States for a quarter of a ecntuty ; and while j
the wishy-washy mushroom prints ot yesterday are |
cutting down their t.iient even while they raise their j
subscription-price, THE NEW YORK MERCURY main- I
tatns all its great Staff of Romancers, Poets, Humor i
ists, Essayists, Story-Tellers, and Editors, and from- j
ises to make it still greater for 1863.
It is the one paper for everv home. Its forty col- '
limns of reading matter per week constitute an un- :
CONSERVATORY OE TIIE ENTERTAINING, ,
and its Novels, Miscellaneous Talcs. Beauties of Verse, !
Gossip. Feuilletons, Br mdsi lesof Humor, and Polish
ed Editoria-s won'-lne to epitomize yll t|je charms of
WIT AND SENT IMENT !
The husban 1 reads it to his wife, 'he mother to ber
children, the lover to his sweetheart, the soldier to his
comrades, an I the vill ige school-master to the eirele
around the stove. It is familliat to th? sight of
I everv man. woman nr. I child in our emintrv. and has
regular st>! smi hers in several countries of Europe
THE NEW 3 ORK MERCURY, is also identified with the
grandest putriut-*n> ol the a<p, for s-ver'l members
II it? t>ri!li.int M ') lu l 1 high 'nok i tour no! le nnnv,
; nt;d have made themselves as famous with the 3wor I
us with tin- Pen. Tie ..rent illustrating artist of
: THE NI:W \OUK 3'R '.ccny. the inimitable DARIEY,
i gives the piper the highest attri! u*es of F'ne Art;
and yet this largest literary weekly of theday promis
es to surp ss itself in all these respects during the
N w Vear!
The first NEW YORK MERCURY Novelette for tha
No v Year, to be commenced in the issue of Janut-ry
3, 1363, is called
TIIC HEIRESS OF t'ASIXE CT.IFFE.
BY COUSIN MAY CABLETON,
; AUTHOR OF " MRSY BOWER," " SYBIT. CAMPBELT.."
"ERMI-SIE," 'LA MASQUE," Ac , 45.
The productions of thi? distinguished authoress
: need no eulogy. Pnplie opinion has long since pro
noun -ed them supreri'T to nnv other novelettes pub
j lishe l on this side of tho Atlantic; an I the true test
j of their merit is found in the fact that thev are ca
g vlv reproduced, aft'r their publication in the 3fpn
ouaY. by the English press 3V"e tnoy add that the
new tale. " Yirtoria," is fully equal tn interest and
depth of plot to either of those whi h have securer! so
large a share of public approval, and we an earnest
ly recommend it to all story-readers.
The Nrw YORK MERCURY is sold by all newsmen
and pcrio lical dealer? in America To subscribers
j it is regularly mailed every Saturday morning, for
\ 52 a year; three conies for 85 ; six copies for 83 ;
I eight copies for 812. with an extra copy free , to the
i getter up of the elub Six months' subscriptions re-
I eeived. Always \rrilr plainly the name of your
j Post Office, County and State 3Vo take the notes
of all solvent bank? at par. Payment must inrara
iablv tie made in advance.
f Specimen Copies sent free to all applicants.
A liress all letters anl r-mrttance. post paid to
CAULDWELL A WHITNEY.
Proprietors of the Xew York Memtry.
113 Fulton street, New York City.
| TIE MAGAZINE FOR THE TIMES!
\ The Best and Cheapest In the World for
Thi? popular monthly Magna ne will be greatly im
proredfor 1363. It will contain
ONE THOUSAND PAGES OF READING!
FOURTEEN SPLENDID STEEL PLAT.-IS!
TWELVE COLORED FASHION PLATES!
TWELVE COLORED BERLIN WORK PATTETNS
NINE HUNDRED WOODCUTS!
TWENTY-FOUR PAGE - OF MUSIC !
All thi? will be given for only TWO DOLLARS a
year, or ado' Jar less than Magazine of tho class of
" Peteism." Its
(thrilling (Tales anb iboclcttcs
ere the ' c?f published anywhere. All the most pop
ular writers are employed to write originally for
j " Peterson." I 1363, in ndditir ntn its usual quan
\ tity of shorter stnrsefr, FOUR ORIGINAL COPY
RIGHT NOVF.LETTS will be given, by At n S. Step
! hens. L. 0 Moolt on, Frank Lee Be i diet, and the,
Ati'hor of " The 3lurder in the Glen Ross." It tlso.
j pul lishes
! Each number, it. addition to the colored plate
j tries P'-nref?, Cloaks and Dresses, engraved on wood
I Also, a pattern, from which a Dress; Mantilla, or
Chil l's dre-s can he out out, without tho aid of a
in.Kitua-inaker. Also, several page? of Household
j and other Receipts.
IT IS THE BEST LPDY'S P/AGAZINE IN THE WCRLD
TRY IT FOR ONE YEAR.
TERMS—ALWAYS IN WDV AN CE
One Copy, 0e" Year 8 2 00
\ Thre" Copie?. for One Year 500
Five Copies, for One Year 7 50
Eight Conies, f„ r On- Veer TO 00
Sixteen Copi ? fir One Year 2h 00
PfIEMH .RS FOit GF.TTIVC, tJPCLIT it
Three, Five, Eight or more optcsm tkea clup. To
every aerson gci.-r ■■ .i luti of Three, Five, Eight
or Twelve p'es, an extra copy -if the Mig rzine for
1563 will be given, >r our mezzotint for framing,
' Bunyan 1* rting from his Blm 1 Child In Prison'
To everv pcrso i getting up a clun of Sixteen, two if
cither ot the pr< ttiiuuis will be sent.
CHARLES J PETERSON,
306 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
FOR WHISKERS AND HAIR.
THE STIMULATING ONGI ENT AND INVIG
I ORATOR will restore hair to the bald head, give
lew life and restore to original color gray hair
;ause rod hair to grow dark. Is warranted to bring
lut a thick set of
WHISKERS OR A MUSTACHE I
in from three to six weeks. This article is the onln
one of the (rind used by tae French, and in Lendoy
and Paris it is in itniverJal use.
It is a beautiful" economical, soothing, yet stimula-
I ting compound, acting as if by magic urio?t the roots,
causing a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If ap
: plied to the scalp it will cure BALDNESS, and cause to
spring up in place of ihe bald spots a fine growth of
new hair Applied according to directions, it will
turu RED or light hair PARK, and restore gray hair 1
to its original color, leaving it soft, smooth, and flex
ible. The " ONGUKNT "is an indispensable articl.
in every gentleman's toilet, and alter one week's use
they would not lor any consideration be it.
The subscribers are the only Agents'forlta Article
in the United States, to whom all orders must b9 ad
Price ONE DOLLAR A box—for sale bv all Druggists '
and Dealers—or a box of the " onguent," warruuted
to have the desired effect, will be sent to any, who pa
airit, by mail, (direct) securely packed, on receipt
pply to nd postage, sl.lß.
ric Sou or address HORACE WOODL
* 8 A th 7th eor. Grand, William sburth,n
Constructed in accordance with the philosophy of
nature, in the peculiar form of a
Admirably adapted to the organs of sight, and per
fectly natural to the eye.
THE .BEST HELP
TO TIIE HUMAN VISION.
The advantages in the ue of these Spectacles are,
that they can be used for the greatest length of time,
either hy day or night, with perfect ease eye
never causing giddiness of head, or that unpleasant
sensation experienced in the use of the common kind,
but tend to strengthen ami improve the sight
The manufacturer has received testimonials of their
superiority from the most eminent men of all classes,
among whom are
Hon. Joseph R Chandler, Philadelphia.
F. P. Blair, P. M. (J , Washington.
T. S. Arthur, Fsq., Philadelphia
Dr, George McClellan, "
Rembrant Peale, Artist, "
These celebrated spectacles are purchased by the
Subscriber directly from the Manufacturer, Inventor
and Patented in Philadelphia, and are thi first genu
ine Paranoia Glasses ever offered to the people of this
County —all others are inferior imitations.
For sale by
P C. BURNS,
Tunkhannock, Pa., Jan. 7, '63. Jeweller.
of a Large Improved Farm.
P.y virtue of directions in the last Will of James
McKune deceased, late of Falls township, Wyoming
Co , there will be soi lat public Sale, at the Court
Ilnuse in the borough of Tunkhann ck. Wyoming Co.,
Petma., on Tuesday the 10/A day of March 1863 at
one o'clock P M.. the following described valuable
improved farm, situate in Falls township, Wyoming
Co., Petma , bounded Oil the North by lands of Spen
cer Fitch ; South by A lam Ivrest-y and Ciark ;
E ist by Fuller Sickler. and William Owens, and
; West by Stephen Post, containing about 300 acres
! of 1 fid, about 80 acres improved, with one frame
i dwelling house, two frame barns, one milk house,
j and two good apple orchards thereon, good living
; water on all parts of the farm.
( The land can be divided into two farms with ad
j vantage, and will be sold together or in two farms,
jto suit purchasers. This farm is situated one mile
from the North Branch Canal and Susquehanna riv-
I er- ...
| Persons wishing information can inquire of Wil
. iiam McKune, who resides near tho premises, or by
letter directed to Falls P 0., Wyoming Co., Penn , or
of A. K Peekhnm, at Tunkhannock Wyoming Co.
One third of purchase moficy dawn, an 1 terms
made easy for balance.
WM. MCKUNE, )
JAMES AlcKunEy S Executors of the hist Will of
JAMES McKI'NE, deceased.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK. FOR 1863.
G'real Literary and Pict jriul Year !
The publisher of Godey's Lady's Book, thankful to
that po'aiie which has enabled him to publish a mag
az ne fo.- the last thirty-three years of a larger circu
j lation than any in America, has ma le an arrange
I tnent with the most popular authoress in this country
J —Marion Harlaud, Au.bores? of "Alone," "Hidden
I Path," " Moss .Sides," '• Nemesis, " end Mirsatn,
who will furnish a story for every number of the Lu-
I dy's Book for 1563. This aione will place the Laaj
dy's Book iu a litertry punt of view far ahead of
i any other magazine. Marion 11 irland writes for no
! other publication. Our other favorite writers will
j all continue to furnish articles throughout the year,
j The best Lady's magazine in the Wor d; and the
| cheapest—The Literature is of that kind that can
j be read aloud in the family circle, and the clergy
; in immense numbers arc subscribers for the Book.
The Music is all original, anl would cost '23 cents
(the price of the Book) in the music stores ; but most
of it is copyrighted, and cannot be obtained except
in i: Gcdey."
Our Steel Engravings. All efforts to rival us in
; this have ceased, and we now stand alone in this de
! partment, giving as we Jo, many uiore and lufinitely
better engravings than are published in any other
Godey's imrunese double sheet fashion piates con
taining from live to seven full length Colored Fash
| ions on each plate—Other magazines give only two
| Far ahead of any Fashions in Europe or America
j —Godey's is the only work in the world that gives
these immense plates, and they are such as to have
excited the wonder of publishers and the public. The
publication of these plates cost SIO,COO More than
i fashion plates of the old style, and nothing but our
I wonderfully large circulation enables us to give
them, Other magazine cannot afford it. We never
spare money when tne public can be benefited.
These fashions may be relied on Dresses may
be made after them, and tho wearer will not subject
' herself tc ridicule as would be the case if she visited
the large cities dressed after the style of
the j lates in some of our so called fashion magazines.
Onr wood Engravings, of which we give twice or
three times as many as any other magazine, are of
i ten mistaken for steel.—They are so far superior to
■ any others 1
Imitation. Beware of them. Remember publi
cation and the cheapest. If you take Go-ley, you
w nit magazine
Everything that is useful ororn unental in a house
can l>e found in Godey
Drawing 11 SSOTIS. No other magazine gives them
and we have given enough to till several large vol
Onr receipts are such as can be found nowhere
else. Cooking an 1 all its variety Confectionary—
the Nursefy—the Toliet--th<; Laundry—the Kitchen
Receipts upon all subjects are to ho foun 1 in the pi
ges of the Lady's Book. We originally started this
j department, and hive peculiar facilities for making it
most perfect. This department alone is worth the
pri e of the Book.
Ladies work table This department comprising,
engravings and description of every article that a
] ladv wears.
Molel Cottages. No other magazine has this de
I TEHMS CASIT I.V ADAANCE,— One copy one year,
jB3 Two copies cbe year, 85. Three copies one
J year, $6. lour copies due year, and an extra copy
:to the parson sending the club, $lO Eight copies
one year, and an extra ccpy to the person sending
i the club, 820
j And the only magazine that can be introduduced
into the ahovo clubs in place of the Lady's Book is
Arthur's Hotne Magazine.
Special Clubbing with other Magazines
—Godeys Lady's Book and Arthur'sTlloine Magazine,
both one year for 83 50. Godey's Lady's flook and*
, Harper's Magazrne both one year tor $4 50. Godey
! Harper, and Arthur, will all three be sent one year
on receipt of $6 00,
Treasury Notes and Notes of all solvent banks ta
| ken at par.
Be careful and pay the postage on your letter,
address . L. A. GODEY.
1 323 Chefinut Street Philadelphia, Pa
Application for License^
"AT otiee is hereby given that the following nam
lxl ed persons have filled their petitions in the
Court of Quarter Sessions of Wyoming County and
will make application at the nexiterm of said Court,
or Tavern License.
J ERRED LILLIE, Moshoppen.
ZIBA LOTT, Clerk
Dee 30 I*s°
BRIDGE ST., TUNKHANNOCK,
NEXT DOCHI SOUTH OF C. M. KOOX'S.
DR. J. I. lIIIIS. !
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGGIST.
JUST RECEIVED at Hie Tunkliannock Medical
llall, the largest and best assortment of Drugs
and Medicines ever brought to this section of
These medicines liave been selected by the sub
scriber himself, with great care, and hence 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 Lt-
QIOKS, (FOR MEDICINAL PUR
POSES ONLY) COAL OIL, TURPENTINE,
ALCOHOL, CAMPIIENE, COAL OIL LAMPS,
STATIONERY, WRITING INK, PHOTO
GRAPH IC AI. IIU MS,TO I! ACCO; SEGA RS,
PIPES, AND ALL THE PROMI
NENT PATENT MEDICINES
OF THE DAY, ALL OF
IV II IC II CAN D E
BOUGHT ON THF
FOR CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS accurately com
pounded at al! hour- of the day and night.
Pit J. W. IUIOADS,
Physician and Druggist.
Tnfikhannock, May 14, 1862. n4o—ly
TMIE OLD ESTABLISHMENT of the subscriber,
is still in running order, through all the reverses
an I panics of former days, since 1833, without being
wound up, at which place you can find a good assort
DYES. DRUGS & MSDiCIKES.
as can be found in the count ▼, warranted genuine and
Boots. Shoes, Harness and Leather,
good iwibe Wst. and as cheap as the cheapest, and
ra l the WORK WARRANTED.
You can got all kinds of Job Prirting 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
'1 bo subscriber Ins also su -.-ee icd in obtaining one
of the best, and most reliable Sewing Machines, for
the money, now in market, viz: Davis's s4s'Shuttle,
ami the S3O Franklin Machines, erjual in capacity to
Wheeler A Wil.-on's $73, orGno r .fc Baker's $45
machine, and inakii g the same stitch, which is one
third saving in buying here than at any other agency
iu Northern Pennsylvania.
Every Business .1 lan do your men Printing!
IT WILL PAY!
T, 0 W E' S P A TENT
PORTABLE PRINTING PRESS.
(the cheapest in the United States,)
(or sale. Price, from 85 to $25 for a press. Office
complete, frotn slu to $75 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 a RHEUMATIC EI.IXER,
and very effective Liniment, for all Rheumatic pains,
Headache, Dyptheria, Ac. for sale in Mehoopany by
Dr. Becker ,t Co. and Henry Love ; on Ilussell Hill
by T. Stemph s; at Fork-ton by Mr Garey ; at Me
shoppen by Henry Stansbury. A trial of the medi
cine, will in 11 cases, prove satisfactory. Try it, and
BRICK J 50,000 Brick for sale.
Thankful for past favors, Hie subscriber is determ
ined, by strict attention to business, to merit still fur
T. D. SPRING.
Laceyville, Sept. 24, 1862—v2n7.
HARDWARE & IRON!
—OFFER FOR SALS) —
IRON, STE L NAILS AND
SPIKES. MINE RAIL, RAILROAD
SPIKES,' ANVILS, BELLOWS, HORSE-SHOES,
Jmcriffln anb (Citfllisi) gorsc Uflihr,
CARPENTERS' TOOLS, (ALL WARRANTED,,
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, SFAT SPIN
DLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES,
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL.
BOTTS, NUTS, WASHERS
GRIND STONES :
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,
Serantsn, March 26. 1862. vln33—ly
m THE ESSIES
Opposite the Post-Officer
WHERE may be found a general assort
ment of Ribbons, Bonnet Material, Fliwers,
Ruches, Straw and Fancy Bonnets, Misses' and ChiL
dren's Hats and Shakers, and all other articles in the
millinery line, which will be offered at the liwest
Please call and examine before purchasing else
£3§f* Bleaching and repairing done in good order
and at the shortest notice.
Tunkhannock, NOT. 12, 1862 —v2nl4-3m.
STOVE & TIN-WARE
M A NIJF OR Y,
TUXKHA X Xoc K , Pa.
MANUFACTURE ANT) DEAL
IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
Tift, SHEET-IS Oft,
COOKING, PARLOR, AND BOX STOVES
STO VE PIPE d FURNITURE,
Heaters and Registers,
PUMPS, ZINC, LEAD PIPE, JAPANNED AND
And, indeed, everything pertaining to their business,
which they offer at PANIC PRICES.
ROOFING. GUTTERS and CONDUCTORS, put
up, at short notice.
JOBBING and REPAIRING afall kind*?, p-ompt
ly and neatly done. Give thefn a call.
| Tunkhann x-k, Sep:. 11, IS6I. ly.
iPIUT! lIE GM.LERY
AMEROTYPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, ALBU .'tN PRINTS, &C.
! A NEW PICTURE GALLERY ha- iu*' been cesv.
ii. od in Tunkhannock, which is surv !:e I with en
tire new material for the taking of Pi-tires in the
Photographic Art. The undersigned has re-fitted
and furnished the Sky-Light Gallery in Samuel
J Stark's Brick Block, and is now prepared to take
Pictures in the latest and most improved style of the
M ASSORTMENT OF CASES
He has purchased a splendid assortment of Cases,
| among which are the Union, Band Clasp. Octagon,
Oval (lilt Praincs, Gilt Trays , —very neat and
| desirable patterns—besides a variety of plain and
1 fancy Cases, of every size and description.
The foregoing, he thinks, are inducements sufficient
for every one to come to (he Picture Gallery and
secure one of those " faithful shadows"—
" Which light and art, with magic spell,
By working together, can caich So well!"
If not, there are other considerations. Ilow impor
tant that j-ou secure a faithful likenessof your friends
and relatives ere it is too late. You have all experi
enced something of the satisfaction afforded in gazing
on the Picture ot an absent friend; and some of you
have known the sad pleasure derived from possessing
the likeness of some loved one who has been laid be
neath the church yard mound, and felt that
" No price could take from you
A memento so cherished ;
For, how sacred the shadow.
Since the substance has perished."
But you perchance have friends st 11 with vou
whose pictures you have not yet Secttffed. If so make
it the business of to-day, to-morrow may be too late.
Then come to the Picture Gallery in Samuel Stark's
Pri -K Block—third story—a few doors east of Wall's
Hotel and secure one of those " faith fal-shadows'
Tunkhannock Dee. 10, 1862,—v 2nlS
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- AND -
The subscriber has just opened a new Furniture,
Cabinet and Chair Manufactory In Tunkhatinock,
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 ot nil styles, sizes, and prices.
BEDSTEADS, Cottage and common.
CENTRE TABLES, WORK STANDS, BOOK
CASES, and indeed every thing which can be found
in Hie 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 ot i| kindsdone in a neat, substan
tial and workmanlike manner
N. B.—Old cane-seat 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 satisfsvtory moncor.
1C , ABRAHAM HAAS.
Jpiy 16, 1862 vln49ly
Arrivsl of a
Fall & Winter
THE subscriber begs leave to inform his numeroa*
friends and customers, tbat be has just returned
from Philadelphia and New York, with the
furgcst anii ilrst StUrtrt Stark if
MEN'S WEAR IN GENERAL,
YANKEE NOTIONS, &C.
Ever brought to this County He has also boaght a
Fine Stock of
and a Full Line of
bought at .
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES^
As regards the Quality and .Styles of Goods, he de-
Ces competition. As regards Prices, he only assart*
his friends, that long experience in the trade enable*
; him to buy, and therefore, sell cheaper than any en*
; else outside the city. A fair trial is all he asks.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage boretofera
bertowed on him, he will, by strictly honest iteming,
aud hereafter, a close attention to business, try In
merit a continuance ot the same,
i Tunkhannoak, Oct 15, 1662.
3TO M I
A LARGE. NEW AND DESIRABLE STOCK
of all kinds, it new being received at
Having bean purchased at -
PRICES fur BELOW % MARKET
and selling exclusively for
1 Ready Pay
' he is enabled to undersell any Store in this part if
the country. -In th line of •
BOOTS & SHOES/
HE DEFIES GOnPETITION,
His stock of
is complete. Also, . ~
In fact he has v
1 0ocri)tl)inij ia Buppli) tl>r tPa&tsoftbt
P EO P L E.
The HIGHEST CASH PRTCES will be paid fee
! BI TTER, EGGS, and GRAIN of all kindi/inex
i change for Goods.
He returns his thanks to the people of his neigh
borhood fir their liberal patronage ; and by fair and
honest dealing, hopes to merit a continuance ©f the
THE LATEST STYLE*
Fall and Winter
§OQ?N'NPE3 f §s>
and ~ . ,
have just been received at the establishaießl ©f
MMSS LOUISA HEPBURN,
on Tioga Street, opposite tha Post-office, when will
be fonnd Ladies. Obilren, Misses and Bor's FLATS
A n T £ nd GAPS, HEAD-DRE^YIBBoS'
Jkl'v f\i n- r(i TRIMMINGS, and everythtag if
7, Whi ° h WiU b * Wld
an , d a * at, y doM - La4ies wtl
• *nd exsmina for themselves.
Tuakhannock,Oct. 3, 1862 —v2nll-ly