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,cIT AND PERBOMAL.
that the elec
' Supri° tfn(l,nt c o ®* l off ** tbu P lac ®
jfeoon 7 jfaew should be a fall sttend
d.—All the new and elegant aijleeof
® ,D Qoods, trimtninge, women'i and chil
i" PrtM ntlenen' hats, cape, caaalmera And
hare new been received by Mr.
.kinr the moit complete atock in thia
i'cD B ba found in town. Call and aee.
C oode.--We call attention to the new ad
'* \ o f Mr- BeenMr, at Falla who haa jnat re
*** the city, with the moat complete assort- 1
Qoed, oroc<iriM ' Hardware, HaU, Capa,
1 trtr offered to the people of that
ready pay, m
H\ , rut Give him a call.
i! the *""■ .
M W.-We have received a circular from
#t or of the Pittaton paper Mill, which states i
r ff ill on be prepared to manufacture all I
Lo f printing paper. These mills hare been in
r, „pr*tion for some time though not hav-
L machinery for the manufacture of '
Low of that xnd haa been made
L prof Store.—Dr. J. C. Becker A. Co.,
L receiving a lot of Drugs, Medicines, Chemic
|C which will be found for salo at his office
,the residence of R. R. Little. Our readers
oat far an advertisement of thia establish
ll'utxt week. Meanwhile if any want Physic,
find it at the Dr'a.
laical Entertainment.— Madame Julia
,$ from the Academy of Music, N. Y., assisted
rtre troupe of singers and players, will give one
,-Jrsnd Parlor Entertainments, at Wall's Union
tbii evening. The programme embraoes songs,
.. resitations Ac. From the flattering notices
rtd of this troupe of singers and players wo feel
tt td in sssuring a rich treat to all who attend.
A* least marvelous part of the entertainment
bi the cihibition of the rare oratorical powers of
r Edwin Forest Melville —the Infant orator
*ri open at 7P. M . Admission 25 cts. Chil
:ed Potatoes.—Wo desire to call particular [
ition to the advertisement of various sorts of
ing potatoes, by P. Sutton, of Ransom Loz. Co.
It is now, we belive, pretty well established
if potato growers, that a frequent change of
hy a resort to seedlings is the only sure proven
i egainet the rot, in addition to the advantages
slit/ and quantity thereby secured
ring some acquaiatanci with Mr. Sutton, we can
i for the eorrectacse of bis representations in
oa to them. We ordered for our own use and
jast received abirrel containing four sorts,
nns of which can be seen, by calling at orr
. Persons residing en the east side of the river,
ten this place and Pittston, can now gst them
ly of stgge or canal.
NEW WRINELE—Our exchange say that
rgyrnan in Indiana county, Pa., has de
ed from the communion table all who, in
ipinion, are "disloyal." That is to say
irho are democrats. It must be rec
tifying to good christians to be thus de
ed of communing with robbers, swind
and bribers ! Tt must be distressing not
njoy the christian fellowship of a polit
parson and of men whose labors have
luced disunion and whose hands and soul*
red with the blood of brothers. Lot the
ions thus excommunicated thank God for
ir deliverance. They have doubtless
N1 the nigger preached long enough, let
a now teak some association where they
listen to the blessed gospel of the Prince
I Goon SIGQESTIOK—The Philadelphia
i rnul proposes tnat the so-called "Union
jues," which have been instituted to in
mce the next Presidential election, 4c.,
ler the auspices of the proprietor of the
ilsdelphia Press be called in bis honor
GtN. NEAL DOW—This Union officer,
ill known as the author of th# main liquor
w*s, according to a statement in the
wyune, recently sued in a court at New
fieans, by Bradish Johnson, for removing
ton his plantation a quanity of silverware
the plea of "military necessity."
wrment was rendered agaiust the General
£2£" A Correspondent of the Springfield
publican writes ;
" They say that Howel Cobb, who is a
|N, blue Presbyterian of the strictest sort
•t our msn in one of the exchanges of pris
ts lately, under a flag of truce. Seme of
officers took the opportunity, as is usual
chare a little friondly conversation with
Hf. Cobb, and in the course of his remarks
1 '• 'o have made this statement: uon
,r two things stand in the way of an arateable
"ileraent of this whole difficulty ; " and then
i they listened eagerly for terms of accom
modation— 1 only two things—the landing of
h pilgrims, and original sin."
' fixxtn BARROLL, Esq., editor of the
Meanly, (Md) Conservator, and JAMES
Esq., editor of the Leonardtown
Beacon, have been arrested and
*°t South beyond the Federil military lines-
I>J order of General Schenck, on the charg'
®f publishing an alleged disloyal article, crite
C: 'ig tha system of arbjtary arrest now
failing in Baltimore.
FROM OHIO The local
sections in Ohio, this Spring, have been con
ned on strictly political principles. The
Democracy there presented the clear issue of
Democratic principles unadulterated, and the
r lt has been a rallying of new forces to
Democratic rank's. For the first time
•ince fha formation of the Black Republican
rl Y> Dsyton, Vallandigham's otyn city, has
fifcted a Democratic Mayor. Columbus,
est lire, and other cities haye wheeled in
'fie also. Even Tbledt) haa gohe Demo
''c though the telegTaphic' reports were
tne contrary. The footings up of local
--craUc majority of 3°,°o, n the entire
car The election in Michigan haye
y De l * r geljr Democratic. The city of Dd-
TIT B ' Te * Democratic State ticket for
j;*® °f Supreme Court, and the regents
Mhe University, about 700 majority, vet
T! '*wgrsph i 4 very qejst *b<mt ib.
I llefo Ifofoertifiemeiite.
1 000 VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR IM
mediate service to enforvfi th'e Draft lu
on BEEMER'j Stock of
No resistance, however, need be feared; but think
it best to have the volunteers.
Thirteen dollars a month guaranteed to every one
who will enlist in this cause in the way of buying
CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE.
BEEMER has just returned from New York with
a large Stock of
25 PER. CENT LOWER,
25 PER. CENT LOWER,
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR DRY
NOW IS THE TMfE TO BUY YOUR DRY
A VERY GENERAL ASSORTMENT,
A VERY GENERAL ASSORTMENT,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
. BOOTS AND SHOES,
TO PLEASE EVERY ONE,
TO PLEASE EVERY ONE,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, Jt WOODEN
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, & WOODEN
SUMMER HATS. SHAKERS, Ac.
SUMMER HATS, SHAKERS, Ac.
KEROSINE OIL, LAMP CHIMNEYS A DRUGS.
KEROSINE OIL, LAMP CHIMNEYS A DRUGS.
FISH, PORK AND SALT.
FISH, PORK AND SALT.
NO NEED OF MENTIONING MORE.
NO NEED OF MENTIONING MORE.
THESE GOODS WERE BOUGHT FOR CASH-,
THESE GOODS WERE BOUGHT FOR CASH.
AND TO BE SOLD FOR CASH OR PRODUCE
AND TO BE SOLD FOR CASH OK PRODUCE
SO BRING ALONG YOUR CASH, BUTTER, EGGS,
SO BRING ALONG YOUR CASN, BUTTER, EGOS,
GOOD BUTTER AND FRESH EGGS.
GOOD BUTTER AND FRESH EGGS.
WE WANT NOTHING BUT GOOD BUTTER.
WE WANT NOTHING BUT GOOD BUTTER.
AND FRESH EGGS.
AND FRESH EGGS.
The Highest Prices will bo paid for Caah, Grain,
Butter and Eggs, at Beemer's Store, at Falls in ex
change for Goods.
Falls, Pa., April 27th, 1563.
TO BE PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA,
BY A. J. GLOSS BRENNER & Co.
A. J. GLOSSBRBNNER. FRANCIS J. GRUND.
WILLIAM H WELSh.
" THR AOK" will advocate the principles and poli
cy of the Democratic party, and will, therefore, nec
essarily favor the restoration of the Union as it was,
and defend the Constitution of the United St itoe.an d
that of this Commonwealth.
It will freely and fairly discuss all legitimate sub
ject* of newspaper comment, including of course, and
pre-eminently at this time, all questions connected
with the existing unhappy condition of our ountry.
It will fearlessly criticise the public actsof public
servants, and defend the legal and constitutional
rights of individual citizens ana of sovereign states,
against nssualts from any quarter.
It will seek to awaken the minds of the people to
a proper sense of the a. tual condition of the Repub
lic—to present to them, truthfully, the fearful perils
in which we stand as a nation—to exhibit the magni
tude of the task that is before them, if they would
check our downward progress—and to inspire them
with patriotic determination to apply THE REHKPY
for our national Ills.
In brief, it will, In all things, aim to be the faith
ful exponent of Democratic principles, aDd to render
itself worthy to be an organ of the Democratic par
ty, under whose auspices our country prospered so
long and so well. The restoration of that party—
the party of the CONSTITUTION and the UNION— to
power, in the legislative and executive governmen
tal branches of the States and of the Union, we be
lieve to be necessaryto avert anarchy, and the utter
ruin ot the Republic. To contribute to that restora
tion will be our highest aim.
The News, Literary, Commercial, and other de
partments. will receive due uttontion. and will be so
conducted as to make "THR AGE" worthy of the
support of the general reader.
The many difficulties now surrounding an en
terprise of the magnitude of that in which the under
signed are engaged, require them to appeal to the
public for a generous support, and to ask for " THE
AGE" a liberal patronage and extended circulation.
The present state of the preparatory arrangements
warrants the expectation, that the first number of
the Daily will appear hefore the clore of the coming
month, (February, 1863.) The Weekly will be is
sued soon thereafter.
Per Annum, 86.00
Sis Months, 3.00
Three Months, 1.50
Copies deliv :red at the counter, and to
Agents and Carriers, 2 cents each.
Per Annnm, 82 00
Six Months, 1.00
Three Months, 50>
Ten Copies to one address, 17.50
Twenty " " " 32 00
Thirty, " " " 4500
Payment required invariably in advance.
Address, A J. GLOSSBRENNER k CO.
430 Chestnut Stroet, Philadelphia.
January 26th, 1863
Blank*!! Blanks !!!
Jqitlca'a, Constable's, and legal Blanks of all
kinds. Neatly and Correctly printed on good Paper,
and for ftle ** Office of the " North Branch
Canal Boat for Sal 4.
A canal boat, the Union Clipper. Hiving porchaee
'*4 another, I will now sell the above boat reaebna-
W *• VIBNUT.
' Starting*ille, April 1
Ladies Look Out!!!
SHAKERS. HATS, RIBBONS,
With everything else to be found in the line of
MILLINERY. Just received from the city, end
told et smell profits by
Opposite the Poet-Office.
Please ceil and examine before purchasing else
XPiT Bleaching and repairing done in good ordet
aud at the shortest notice.
Tunkbnnock, Nov. 12, 1862—v2n14-3m.
fit \/\ BUSHELS OF GOODRICH'S SEEDLINGS
UUv Comprising the following varieties:
Garnet Chili, Cuzco, Central City, Callao, and
Also 50 bushels of Early Junes-
Price 52.50 per bbl., delivered at the Pittston de
pot The barrel to contain as many sorts as you
Packages of each sort sent by mail post paid for
25 cts. each
Cash to accompany all orders. Reference
given if desired.
Ransom, Luz. Co., Pa.
TO THE SCHOOL DIRECTORS OP
GKNTLBMEN. —In pursuance of the 4 3d section of
Act of Bth May, 1854, you are hereby notified
to meet in conventii n at the Court House
in Tunkhannock Borough, on the first Mon
day in May, A. D. 1863, being the Ath day
of the month, at I o'clock in the afternoon, and select
viva voce, by a majority of the whole number of Di
ectors present, one person of literary and scientific
acquirements, and of skill and experience in the art
of teaching, as County Superintendent for the three
succeeding years; determine the amount of compen
sation for the same ; and certify the result to the
State Superintendent, at Harrisburg. as required by
the 39th and 40th sections of said act.
J. W. DEWITT,
County Superintendent of Wyoming Co
Tunkhannock, April 6, 1863.
NOTICE to TEACHERS and DIRECTORS
An examination of teachers will be held at the
School House in Sterlingvill*. on Saturday the 2nd
of May, next, commencing at 9 o'clock A. M.
Teachers must come prepared with writing mate
J. DEWITT, CO. Supt.
of Wyo. Co. Pa.
Tunkhannock, April 19th. 1363. 2w.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PER
sons interested that the following Accounts have
been filed in the Register's Office,
The Account of T. D. Spring and C. I. Lacey, Ad
ministrators ot the Estate of George G. Lacey, late
of Braintrim township, dee'd, filed January Ist,
The partiol account ot Ezra Thompson and Wm. H
Crispel, Administrators ot the Estate of Thomas S.
Crispell, late of Monroo township, de;'d. filed Janu
ary 15th, 1863.
The Final account of Daniel Vanscoy, Executor of
the Estate of John Young, late of Eaton township,
dee'd, filed February 14th, 1863.
The account of Benjamin M. Hall, Guardian of
the person and estate of Moses T. DeWitt, late a
minor sen of John C. DeWitt, dee'd, filed March 7th,
Th- Final aceount of Miles Egglcs'on, Adminis
trator ot the estate of Amos Eggleston, iateofNorth
moreland township, dee'd, filed March 9th. 1563.
The final account of Thomas Hough, Administra-
tor of the estate of Sylvester Gregory, late of Over
field township, dcc'd, filed March 14th, 1863.
The Final accountof George W. Fasset, Adminis
trator of the estate of Isaac Vosburg, late of Wiud
haiß township, dcc'd, filed March 20th, 1863.
The Final accountof Peter Hopkins. Administra
tor of the estate of C. W.Russell, late of Tunkhan
nock township, dcc'd, filed March 23rd, 1863.
This is therefore to give notice to all persons ipterr
ested, that the above accounts will be presentaAjm
the Orphan's Court, to be held at
Monday the 20th day of April next for confirinaflon
SINTON WILLIAMS, Register.
Register's Office, >
Tunkhannock, March 23, 1863. $ 4w.
Application for License.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following named persons have pled their peti
tions in the Court of Quarter Sessions of Wyoming
County, aud will make application at the next term
of said Court, for Tavern Lioense.
George Perfgo, Nicholson,
J. B. k M. Very, "
C Jackson, "
Jered Lillie, Meshoppen,
W. H. Courtright, "
J. H. Robinson, Eraintrim.
BenJ. Zigler, "
F. M. Crane, Washington.
Solomon Bigley, North Branch.
John Mavnard, Tunk. Bo'ro.
Thomas B. Wall, '
J C. Corselius, Falls.
Peter Bender, Mehoopany.
S. C. Matthewson, Clinton.
ZIBA LOTT, Clerk.
March 31,1563. 3w.
On and after JULY Ist, 1863, the privilege ofc n
▼erting the present issue of LEGAL TENDER
NOTES INTO THE NATIONAL SIX PER CENT.
LOAN (commonly called " Five Twenties") will
All who wish to invest in the Five-Twenty Loan
must, thereforo, apply before the Ist of JULY next.
No. 114 S. THIRD St. Philadelphia.
Dissolution of Co-Partner*
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXlS
ting between L. HARDING and 0. L IIALLSTEAD,
under the style and firm of of L. HARDING A Co., has
this day been dissolved by mutual consent.
L Harding is authorized to settle all debts and de
mands due by or to the late finn.
All persons having unsettled accounts with the
firm are requested to call and settle without dolay.
* L HARDING,
0. L. HALLSTEAD.
Nicholson Pa., April 3d, 1863.
The business will be continued by 0. L. HALLSTEAD
k Son, who will be happy to accommodate customers
at all times, who may find it convenient to call and
price goods. Customers will fifed a
GOOD STOCK OF OOODS
The highest market price will be paid for all kinds
of produce in exchange for goods. Money will not
be refused Ourmotto is :
■ SMALL PROFITS AND'QUICK RETURNS-"
"A Nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling."
O. L. HALLSTEAD k SON.
Nicholson, April 3, 1863.
Freeh Ground Fleeter In dtlantttlee
end at prtoes to littpombaeoa, now for sale a
TO THE LADIES.
& n$W msmmsm
W'K HAVE THE PLEASURE OP INFORMING
yo that we are now prepared to offer you, at
the house formerly occupied by Henry Stark In the
Borough of Tunkhannock, a NEW aad carefully (el
ected stock of
in every variety, and of the latest styles and impor
OCfJt STRAW DEPARTMENT.
Will consist of every variety of BONNETS, HATS
and TRIMMINGS to be found in that line, and of
the latest and most approved Shapes aad Styles.
We have secured the serviocs of an experienced
and at all times will be prepared to Fit and Make
Dresses in the latest and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
MRS. A G. STARK.
The Undersigned, having moved to Wilkesbarre,
would respectfully ask her friends and old customers
to give Mrs. A. G. STARK, a call before purchasing
MRS. C. T. MARSH.
Tunkhannock, April 13, 1663.
The Latest Styles.
SPRING & SUMMER
have just been received at the establiehment of
on Tioga Street, opposite the Post-office, where wiH
be found Ladies. Chilrca, Misses, and Boy's FLATS,
HATS, and CAPS; HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBONS,
FLOWERS, and TRIMMINGS, and everything in
the line of Millinery, which will be sold at the lowest
Repairing promptly and neatly done. Ladies
please call and examine for themtelres.
Tunkhannock,Oct. 3, 1862.—v2nll—lywi
THE subscriber has just received at his shop, over
Hankinson'e Store, in
and will constantly krep on hand all the latest
IMPROVED COOKING SMS
Among which are the," CALORIC," MINER and
" UNION" patterns, with PARLOR STOVES and
Heater# of every description, which ho offers for
at prices that will defy competition
His stoves are bought directly of the Manufactur
ers at ALBANY, WILKKSBARRK. PROVIDENCE
anaSCRANTON. lie is therefore enabled to sell
them at a small advance on the original cost
all kinds on hand and made to order. Also
PIPE, WAGON BOXES, AND SLEIGH
SHOES FOR SALE.
The popular Cooking Stove,
(Elevated oven) is now for the first, offered at
920 for 8 inch, 426 for 9 inch,
REPAIRING AND JOBBING
neatly and promptly done.
; • • HENRY STANSBURY.
Meshoppen, Dec. 17th, 1862—v2n191y.
Constructed in accordance with the philosophy of
nature, in tbe peculiar form of a
Admirably adapted to the organs of sight, and per
fectly natural to the eye.
THE BEST HELP
TO THE HUMAN VISION.
The advantages in the ue of these Spectacles are,
that they can be used for the greatest length of lime,
either by day or night, with perfect ease to the eye
nevor causing giddiness of head, or that unpleasant
sensation experienced in the use of the common kind,
but tend to strengthen and 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. G., "^Washington.
T. S. Arthur, Fsq., Philadelphia
Dr, George McClellan, "
Reinbrant Peale, Artist, "
These celebrated spectacles are purchased by the
Subscriber directly from the Manufscturer, Inventor
and Patentee in Philadelphia, and are the first genu
ine Parabola 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.
Shooing, gait rutting,
AND SHAMPOOING SALOON.
Shop Opposite May
Ladies' hair cot in the most raahienable style, ei
ther at his Saloon, or their residence, if desirable.
Mr. Berlinghof is recently from New York city,
where he was employed in the best establishments,
and consequently feels warranted in guaranteeing
satisfaction to all who may favor him with their eus
LIMB FOR FARMERS, AS A FERTILIZE
for Ml* at VIMTQY 1 *
THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT of the subscriber, /
is still in running order, through all the reverses
and panics of former days, since 1833, without being .
wound up, at which place you can find a good assort
DYES. DRUG & MEDICINES,
as caa be found in the county, warranted genuine and 1
Boots, Shoes, Harness and. Leather,,
as good as tbe beet, and as cheap as the cheapest, aad ,
ail 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 f
TO THE LADIES.
rest from your toil, and bay a 1
SJUWIATG TMK A OMLJUJE I
The subscriber has also succeeded in obtaining one '
of the best, and most reliable Sewing Machines, for
tbe money, now in market, vis: Davis's 945 Shuttle, 1
and the 930 Franklin Maobines, equal in capacity to i
Wheeler A Wilson's 975, er Grover A Baker's 945
machine, and making the same stitch, which is one
third saving in buying here than at any other agency
in Northern Pennsylvania.
Every Business Man do your own Printing /
IT WILL PAYI
PORTABLE PRINTING PRESS.
(the cheapest in the United State*,)
for sale. Price, from 95 to 925.f0r a press. Office
complete, from 910 to 975, 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 ELIXER,
and very effective Liftiment, for all Rheumatic pains.
Headache, Dyptheria, Ac , for sale in Meboopany by .
Dr Becker A Co. and Henry Love ; on Russell Hill
by T. S tempi's; at Forkston by Mr Garey ; at Me
shoppen by Henry Stansbury. A trial of the medi
cine, will in all cases, prove satisfactory. Try it, and
BRICK I SO.OOO Brick for sale.
Thankful for past favors, the subscriber is determ- i
ined, by strict attention to business, to merit still fur
ther patronage. <
T. D. SPRING.
Laceyville, Sept. 24,1862—v2n7.
NICHOLSON MILLS! I
(NEAR BACON'S OLD STAND.)
THIS Mill has been lately re-fitted and all the
modern improvements added and is sow in
of Nicholson, Wyoming county, one of the best Mil
lers in the country.
Particular attention paid to
which will be done on short notice
ALL WORK WARRANTED, and if net satisfac
torily done may be returned at the expense of the
FLOUR of all kinds, MEAL and FEED, constant
ly on hand and for sale, at the Lowest Cash prices
pf Cash or Flour paid for grain at the Highest
D. C. BACON.
f '9°% Batjffcl
mBSaH 8 ... *
AMBROTYPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, ALBUVEN RRINTS, &C.
ANEW PICTURE GALLERY ha# iust been cesv.
Ed in Tunkhannock, which is pup-lted with en
tire new material for the taking of Pi-tores in the
Photographic Art. The undersigned has re-fitted
and furnished the Sky-Light Gallery in Samuel
Stark's Brick Block, and is now prepared to take
Pictures in the latest and most improved style of tbe
IS ASSORTMENT OF Cffi.
He has purchased a splendid assortment of Cases,
among which are the Union, Band Clasp, Octagon,
Oval Gilt Frames, GiU Trays , <pc.,—very neat and
desirable patterns—besides a variety of plain and
fancy Cases, of every sue and description.
The foregoing, he thinks, are inducements sufficient
for every one to come to the Picture Gallery and
secure one of those " faithful shadows"—
" Which light and art, with magic spell,
By working together, can catch so well!"
If not, there are other considerations. now impor
tant that you secure a faithful liienessof your friends
and relatives ere it is too late. You have all experi
enced something of the satisfaction afforded in gazing
on the Picture of 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,
Sinoe the substance has perished.'
But you perchance have friends still with you
whose pictures you have not yet secured. If so make
it the business of to-day, to-morrow may be- too late.
Then come to the Picture Gallery in Samuel Sturk's
Bricic Block—third story—a few doors east of Wall's
Hotel, and secure one of those " faithful shadows "
TunkhannockDec. 10,1862. —v 2nlß
THE MAGIC TIE OBSERVER.
The Perfection of Mechanism.
BEING A HUNTING AND OPEN FACE, OK LAST'S
OR GENTLEMAN'S WATCH COMBINED.
One of the prettiest, most convenient, and decided
ly the best and cheapest timepiece for general and
reliable use,.ever offered. It has within it and oon
nected with its machinery, its own winding attach
ment, rendering a key entirely unnecessary. The
cases of this Watch are composed of two metals, tbe
outer one being fine 16 carat gold. It has the im
proved ruby action lever movement, and if warrant
ed an accurate timepiece, Price, superbly engraved,
per case of a half dozen. 9204,00. Sample Watches,
in neat morocco boxes, for those proposing to bay a
wholesale, 935, sent by express, with bill payable ont
delivery. Soldiers must remit payment in advance,
as we cannot collect from those in the Army. Ad
HUBBARD BROS. A Co., SOLE IMPORTERS
COR NASSAU A JOHN STS., NEW-YORK.
WANTED -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 SULPHUR POWDERS. Olive tar is a thin,
transparent fluid; It is the best remedy known for
( diseases of the Throat, Lungs, or Catarrh. Also for
Diptfaeria, Croup, Whooping Cough, Ac. My Iron
and Sulphnr Powders strengthen the system, ajd the
digestion, aad purify the blood. I have al6 page
pamphlet containing full explanations, and over 100
testimonials fro n well known prominent persona
. which I will send to any on a fret by maV.
J. R. STAFFORD, Chemist,
' ln2i,ly. 442Bfoadway, NewTork
i —.. . t
' Revenue Stamps/
FOB SALE BY T. A. MILLER,
I at tbe Post Office, Tunkhannock, Pa.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS HAD TNSUSCESSPCI
operation, for several years,
where all of the most approved and raye kinds of
FRUIT ORHAmErtTAL TRESA ,'
VINES AND FLOWERS
Can be obtained. j
Being oenv. need from experience that hie Tree*
and Plants will give far better satisfaction to tJke•
Fruit-growers of Wyoming County than any grew* -
in other localities, he confidently solicit* their palm*
age.: • '
He will make annnal visits either In person df Vy
his agents to most of the townships of Wyoming Oft. ■
and asks only that his specimens may be nI e IIIIM
and bis method of dealing be tested. s
Al! onlersuhf letter or otherwiee, for Treos, vines e
pi- nts will be promptly attended to..
v2n3l-ly. D. HARKINS. .
Arrival of a
Fall & Winter
THE subscriber begs leave to Inform his ntuneivm ►
friends and customers, that he has just setaraed
from Philadelphia and New York, with the
fargrst onb JBrst Srltrtrb Stork nf
MEN'S WEAR IN GENERAL,'
YANKEE NOTIONS, 60.
Ever brought to this County. He has also bought*
Fine btock of
and a Full Line of
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
As regards the Quality and Styles of Goods, he do*
fies competition. As regards Prices, he only assume
bis friends, that long experience in the trade eaables
him to bay, and therefore, sell cheaper than any OM
else outside the city. A fair trial is all he asks.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on hun, he will, by strietly honest dealing,
and hereafter, a close attention to business, try fee
merit a continuance c! the same,
Tunkhannock, Oct 15, 1862.
The Subscriber has opened a Grocery and Provis
ion Store in the Store Room, formerly occupied by ■
Thos. Osterhout, in the borough of Tankhannoek.
and intends to keep on band a good assortment of
such articles as are usually sold m such an estaV
lishment. He intends to deal in none but good goo®,
and to dispose of them at jnst so small advanoe upon
cost as it is possible for any man to do with safety tw
himself—being willing to share In these " hard
times" the profits with his customer? Any one wish*
ing to purchase any of the following articles, will d
well to call on the subscriber before purchasing else
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Syrup,'
Kerosene, Candles, Tobacco, SnuflJ
Saleratus, Sal Soda, Ginger,
Pepper, Allspice, Cinna
Tartar, . t
7 . i r
Pork, White Fish, Mackerel, Trout, *
Kails, Glass. Wheat Flour, Back*
wheat Flour, Corn Meal. But
ter, Cheese, Eggs, Apple*,
Yiuegar, Starch, Pen-
Hold ers, Pen
cils, Ink, Pa
. ' ' • **
Pocket Books, Money Parses, Spool
Thread* Linen Thread, Sowing
Silk, Buttons, Thimbles, Pinay
Needles, . Shawl Pins,
Bnek Skin, Cot
ton, Silk, and
r Lisle thread
1 * - . ji*
' r Cotton and Woolen Socks and 1
r Suspenders, Spectacles. Tobacoo
I Boxes, Coarse, Fine, Dress and'
• Circle Comh>vHair
J Brushes, Shaving
Also, a general assortment of custom mtde Beats
and Shoes of tbe renr best oaality warranted alia
•alt by the barrel. Wanted a exchange for goods
and for which the highest market price will be paid
Gram of all kinds. Buckwheat Flour. Butter, £■,
> Beeswax, Honey, Lard, Tailow, Poultry, Paper Bug*
( ! Dried Peaotaes, Beans, Onions, Ac. *.
1 Vunkhannock Dae. 10,180 ft