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i'j[SL AND PERSONAL,
[ n which operations was su*s
ttr'' * a v or two for repairs, is now in good
, Button wishes to csi npo from 1
I ' Jroal draft, as ho did from the first, |,i j
K ' .ffune. As W. D Barm s says in re- '
■ , ~v >, .c h at tho Mehoopany Leaguc,"a :
jj( wisa is sufficient
■ At this place, pissed off as quiet"
■ baruiag of thousands of tire-crackers, by a j
B -iwoofboys would allow. Most of the
and many from tho vieiuity, wore "off
wa-ting "something to turn up " The
■ did quit" a thriving business, in tho ;
diinkibles and conbustibles. In the j
■ . rn ,jn-candles, sky-rockets and other sorts
5 - were let off ; affording some litil 0
I tbe tedium of tbe whisxuig, buzxing ami
I „ 0 f firecrackers, whose virtues (if they
■ 'i consi.-ts in noise, and a strong smell of j
: iml saltpetre.
■ B . < Ol1 ._. ' I DUE An ED MV BOY WAS HOME,
F , new socg by the author of " When this cru- '
i•. a er" Charles Carroll Sawyer, set to mu-'
■ . f ;,mc author, is now becoming the mi s*
B- jio'-ecf music i uthe country. The words
I yj.ng. which will he found on our first page, so
K - ten.bins and beautiful, will find a responsive
| t j, c hearts of thousands of tearful, anxious
B in cur once happy land.
I set to music, for tbe piano, can be pro- ]
L v addressing Sawyer and Thompson Publish- j
B: i Fulton Avenue, Brooklyu N.Y. Price 23.
BVu Burned.—The large, new barn of John
IHL in Tunkhannock township, was struck by :
I .j. on the morning of the 4th inst,, and en- j
I ~vi by tiro. A wagon or two, a sleigh, j
I lfm ; n g implements and about a hundred bush- J
E pjjn we rt' also destroyed. The loss will prob- |
I _ not less than 51.0(0. This is the second
I [f hiek be has lad burned down on tho same j
I within two years. At the burning a year ago j
i hir bam was tilled with grain and bay, i
- lust s* very much greater th in the preseut. j
u BO insurance on the property iu either
J£r Jackson sustains these repeated mis- j
■ - sina very christian-like and philosophic
I ; and Opening—We should not forget to meD- '
I .it rc cdorious 4th'" was ushered in, under i
t tae most favorable character. At a'at ? I
I •. evening of the 3ad, Ladies and music >
ii-jcnMihle requisites to a good time) were
I! ; . a iumr unptu dance was got up w Wail's
. lh. streets, meanwhile were 00c.i.-i us u!y
■ ks and tho far-
B it igs.i "aires lim-works, adJccLto the be; -
B .'evening, ar.d interest of the occasion. Th B i
■ -ki-c'l u; in good scrson, but not until tin- •
I :.<.akers M had partaken of some refreshments
B way of ice crcatu Ac., ( the etc., was only in.
■ELL—B.-UtTROX—In Russell Hill the "2n
■ y Rev C. R- Lane Lieut CHAHLKS ItrssKM. j
lof Co., li uiol Ilegt. P. V and JULIA A
;hter of Bcnj m 11 Rartrou, Esq.
•iRS—CLARKE—The same day. by the sane,
■hynard's Hotel, Tunkhannock Mr. DURIYI N S -
I t-'iis il Siisquvliannu Co., and Itnn -ANN 1
I ri.ter of Mr. Edward Cl.trke of Luzerne, Co. i
'.!.' K—frTCKLER—Jc.Iy 2nd. by Win. Owen
1 alls CIIt.tSToPBSR WIIITI. CfC • f E.V I" 0
' AUOLINE SUKLI R. f PraLkliu Twp Liz ;
E—\UY--In Mchoonnny Julv 1-t. 1v63 i •
dev. J. Jayne Mr EDWARD JAVNI; of Was.i-
Town ship Wyoming Co. to Miss LIMA E.
T of Eaton Wyoming Co , Pa.
LINGS—June 13th,IlATTir E BILLINGS, aged
I ; ar.d 3 months. June 27th, KATIF. E. LlL
liff.'d 1 year and 2 months Juie,2Sth, JKN
lin.LINGS, aged 6 years and 7 months, on ly
fn of l'errv S, and Frances E. Billings. The
(ere neatly lai 1 out, and looke 1 beautiful even
embrace of death. The two last, were buried
grave. While the foal parents an 1 relatives
kids could see so much in these dear children
ami admire, vet how much more lovclv shall
k r. die other sile of the grave, and while be-
Itheir lifeless forms with loving tears, may
|'en smile through those tears and sing,
r Yet these new rising from tho tomb,
I lustre brighter far shall shine ;
lilevive with ever-duriog bloom,
ie from diseases and decline.
I following dcathsof the daughters of Richard
listiana Shupp of Tunkhaanock Township,
rai Diptheria, aul afford ano herj example o*
frible malignity of that disease .
■PP.—June 4th 1863, MALVINA JEMIMAH
I n ged 6 years, 2 months, end 4 days
I th. SARAH ANN Sucpp Aged 14 years, 10
I and 14 days. .July 2nd CATIIARIEE AL
jrc aged 12 years, 5 months, and 2!) days.
I El —ln Du-hare, the 24th ult. of Diftheria,
| Urmw, daughter of Major Henry Metcalf
fcand-danghter of Asa S- liana, in the tenth
(, f ber age.
' s -—ln Eaton, the 30th, ult, Mrs. IIAN.YAH
"•'oof Asa S. Dana,in the fifty eighth year
El ll—ln Washington township of Dipthe"
■ 'A. La nEn LAURA, wife of Thomas
?ed 24 years. July 3rd., EMMA daugh
"!oa Arnold, and sister of Mrs. Ellsworth,
Tue bereaved families feel their loss
■■'•'•et thev eonsolo themselves with the
that their loss is as nothing ineom
c Infinite gain of the dear departed
•'iiiing ones prepare to meet tho depart
kingtlom of Heaven
isitCTS 111 "
' I: *C H CRCANfI!
" Al 'b HEADS AND BARE FACES!!!
~ article is wairanted to bring
if! Uli y et of Whiskers on the smooteest
of hair on a Bald head, in
'IQ " w '" 'B no way stain or in-
Ij, Hie French Creain is manufactured
'-WRBACS, of Parts and is the only re
ki„.i „ 0 W„.
saie )) hules.Ho and t
r "OS. F. CHAPMAN' j
Chemist and Druggist j
031 Broadway, v f , T To k \
- THE peculiar taint or
infection which we call
* SCROFULA lurks in
the constitutions of
t\ *nnltitudes of men. It
Ji ft \ either produces or is
i.'"" r*Evj— vitiated state
L ; blood, wherein
I' < fluid becomes in
* WI-WK IST si 1111 E vital forces in their
igorous action, and
leaves the system to
fail into disorilcr and
decay. The scrofulous
contamination is variously caused by mercurial
disease, low living, disordered digestion from
unhealthy food, impure air, filth and filthy
habits, the depressing rices, and, above all, by
the venereal infection. Whatever be its origin,
it is hereditary in the constitution, descending
" from parents to children unto the third and
fourth generation ;" indeed, it seems to be tho
rod of Him who says, " I will visit the iniqui
ties of the fathers upon their children." The
diseases which it originates take various names,
according to the organs it attacks. In the
lungs. Scrofula produces tuliercles, and finally
Consumption ; in the glands, swellings which
suppurate and become ulcerous sores ; in the
stomach and bowels, derangements which pro
duce indigestion, dyspepsia, and liver com
plaints; on tho skin, eruptive and cutaneous
affections. These all having the same origin,
require the same remedy, viz. purification and
iuvigoration of the bloo'd. Purify the blood,
and these dangerous distempers leave you.
With feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, you can
not have health ; with that " life of the flesh "
healthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease.
is compounded from the most effectual anti
dotes that medical science has discovered for
this afflicting distemper, and for the cure of the
disorders it entails. That it is far superior to
any other remedy yet devised, is known by all
who have given it a trial. That it does com
bine virtues truly extraordinary in their effect
upon this class of complaints, is indisputably
proven by the great multitude of publicly
known and remarkable cures it has made of
the following diseases: King's Evil or
Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Erup
tions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Ery
sipelas. Rose or St. Anthony's Fire, Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tu
berculous deposits in the lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases,
Female Weaknesses, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise from impurity
of the blood. Minute reports of individual
cases may be found in AYER'S AMERICAN
ALMANAC, which is furnished to the druggists
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may be
learned the directions for its use, and some of
the remarkable cures which it Las made when
a'! other remedies had failed to afford relief.
T' u.-e < a<es are purposely taken from all sec
tions of the country, in order that every reader
may have access to some otic who can speak to
him of its benefits from personal experience.
F rofula depresses the vital energies, and thus
leaves its victims far more subject to disease
and its fatal results than arc healthy constitu
tions. Hence it tends to shorten, and does
greatly shorten, the average duration of human
life. The vast importance of these considera
tions has led us to spend years in perfecting a
remedy which is adequate to its cure. This
we now otb r to the public under the name of
AVER S SARSAPARILLA, although it is com
posed i f ingredients, some of which exceed the
best of Sarsiparilla in alterative power. By
its aid you may protect yourself from the suffer
ing and danger of these disorders. Purge out
the foul corruptions that rot and fester in tho
blood; purge out the causes of disease, and
vigorous health will follow. By its peculiar
virtues this remedy stimulates the vital func
tions, and thus expels the distempers which
lurk within the system or burst out on any
pa: r of it.
We know the public have been deceived by
many compounds of Sarsaparilla, that promised
nun ' and did nothing; but they will neither be
th • i ii n r di-uppointed in this. Its virtues
have ' 'en proven by abundant trial, and there
remains no que.-:ion of its surpassing excellence
for the cure of the afflicting diseases it is in
tend d to reach. Although under the same
name, it is a very different mediciue from any
other which has been before the people, and is
far more effectual than any other which has
ever been available to them.
Tho World's Great Remedy for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced stages
of the disease.
This has been so long used and so univer
sally known, that we need do no more than
assure the public that its quality is kept up to
the liest it ever has been, and that it may be
relied on to do all it has ever done.
L'repared by lIR. J. C. ATER & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
Sold by all druggists everywhere.
Ladies Look Out! ! !
SHAKERS. HATS. RIBBONS,
—OF THE— 1
With everything else to be found in the line of
MILLINERY. Just received from the city, and
sold at small profits by
Opposite the Post-Oflice.
Please call and examine before purchasing else
[ .•/* Bleaching and repairing done in good orde
and at the shortest notice.
Tunkhnuock, Nov. 12, 1862 —v2nl4-3m.
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF BOTII
A It KVKREXD GENTLEMAN HAVING BEEN
rest' red to health in a few days, after undergoing all
the usual routine and irregular expensive modes of
treatment without success, considers it bis sacred du
ty to communicate to bis a dieted fellow creatures
the means of euro. Hence, on the receipt of an ad
dressed envelope, be will send (free) a copy of the
pre:;-ription used Direct to Dr JOHN M. DAONALL,
168 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York. v2n24ly
Uf ANTED -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 IMM POWDERS. Olive tar is a thin,
| transparent fluid ; it is the best remedy known for
I diseases of the Throat, Lungs, or Catarrh. Also for
: Diplheria, Croup, Whooping Cough, Ac. My Iron
and Sulphur Powders strengthen the system, aid the
digestion, and purify the blood. I have al6 page
pamphlet containing full explanations, and over 100
. testimonials from well known prominent persons
which I will send to any one./ree by mai l .
J. R. STAFFORD, Chemist,
In2t,ly. 442 Broadway, New York
~ ■- 1 ln Quantities
"P res!) Crw,,,,! "owforsalo a
.^ R^.'? RE,.
i minis iiini',
1 (VIA VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR IM
.I mediate service to enforce the Draft ia
11? '/I 1 IC
■ JO. 2ci.2j±ls,
on BREMER'S 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 tho way of buying
tIIEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE.
BE EMEU has just returned from New York with
largo rftock of
25 PER. CENT LOWER,
25 PER. CENT LOWER,
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR DRY
NOW IS THE TIME 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, & WOODEN
HARDWARE, CROCKERY. & WOODEN
SUMMER IIATS. SHAKERS, &c.
SUMMER HATS, SHAKERS, &o.
KURDS IN K OIL, LAMP CMTMNKY3 A* DRUGS.
KEHOSINE OIL, LAMP CHIMNEYS A DRUGS.
FrSfT, PORK AND SALT.
FISII, I'OKK AND SALT.™
NO NEED OF MENTIONING MORE.
NO NEED OF .MENTIONING MORE.
TIIE-E GOODS WERE BOUGHT FOR CAFTT;
T21.-.4E GOODS WERE BOUGHT FOR CA>/J
AND TO BE SOLD FOB CA.ill OR I'KODUOK
AND TO BE SOLD FOR CASH OK PRODUCE
SO BRING ALONG VUP, C \-HI, BUTTER, EGGS.
5' AND GRAIN.
O BRING ALONG no it c t- li, BUTTER, EGGS
GOOD BUTTER AND FRESH EGGS.
GOOD BUTJ'EK AND FRESH EGGS
WE WANT NOTHING BUT GOOD BUTTER.
M'E WANT NOTHING BUT GOOD BUTTER.
AND FRESH EGGS.
AND FRESH LGgS.
The lligl nut Pri.es will he p.si I for f*nh, Grain,
Butter an I Kuas, at Beeuior's Store, at Fails in ex
change for Gxjiis
Falls, Pa., April 27th, 1563.
THE DISEASES 0? ERROR.
| Lcs Xaladus d' Err cur ]
I, J'-hn B Ogb-n, M D. author aad publisher f
the al nve work, do hereby promise and agree to
su 1 (fii'i-L* of i h .rg' )to any ; i.ng m<n who will
write f.r it. a .-an.pin cony i r ]¥>tus'l. The pvpor
•tu ly •'! in mki I l- M vs. This work 'n i.—ue i at: 1
.-cut foith fur ihe ' em-lit o- snfferiiig humanity If
Ire.its ii. simple language nr. all the diseases iif Kr
ior. in -In ting Se iual Weakness Nervous Debility,
li ii_esrii.il. AR l ineln.'ly, Inciritity, Wasting Dee iy,
riup<>i l-IK y, A• . Ac. giving safe, speedy and effec
tu i! prcser prions for their permanent cure, together
with much valuable information. All who favor ine
with a desire to read my work shall receive a sam
ple copy by return mail, free of charge.
JOHN. B. OGDEN, M D.,
No. 60. Nassau St., New York.
May 17th 1363. 3m
■ABETS CMDIIC MIEIK.
Tbe undersigned thankful for past favors, inform
be public that they still continue the business of
AT THE OLD STAND IN NICHOLSON
mile below tho Depot
The following are our termg for tho ensuing season
When good grease accompanies the wool, in the
proportion of one lb. to ten of wool—Five cents per
cents per lb , cash, on delivery of rolls. If there is
no arrangement as to pay, every ICtb lb. will be
taken. When we furnish grease, one and a half
cents per lb. will be charged in all cases.
POSITIVELY NO CREDIT.
We again beg of the Ladies, not to soil their bands
by greasing their wool at home; but send us clean
wool and good grease, and we will warrant thorn
E. L BACON.J
May 15th, 1963
Dissolution of Co-Partncr
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Exis
ting between L IIARHINR and O L II AI.LSTKAD,
under the style and firm of of L. HARD INO &VO., has
this day been dissolved by mutual consent.
L Harding is authorized to settle all debts and de
mends due by or to the late firm.
All persons having unsettled accounts with the
firm are requested to eall an.t settle without delay.
0. L. lI.VLLSTEAD
.Nicholson Pa., April 3d, 1363.
The business will be continued by 0. L. IIALLSTEAD
<t SON, who will be happy to accommodate customers
at all times, who may find it convenient to call aud
price goods. Customers will find a
600 D STOCK OF GOODS
The highest market price will be paid for all kinds
of produce in exchange for goods. Money will not
be refused. Our motto is :
" SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS-"
A Nimble sixpence is better than a slow shilling."
0. L. lIALLSTEAD 6 SON.
Nicholson, April 3, 1863.
NOTICE is hereby given that T have purchased
of Edward Ivrobero.ie sorrel Mnr, and one
brown Mare which I have left in bis possession, for
use on the canal, during my will of pleasure ; All
persons are therefore forbid to molest, or in any way
interfere with them.
'J. C. OORSELItS
Falls. Jun. 27. 1863
a s ?® WEE®
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS HAD IN SUCCESSFUL
operation, for several years, a
:p:r '-n p op p 77
.2, U *LJ .AEA. JTL4 ALXL X
■ZY.T X , 0 ,, W-^L3XRX>-^,-
where nil of the most approved and rare kinds of
FRUIT &■ ORNAMENTAL TREES,
VINE ANDS FLOWERS
Can he obtained.
l)ei ng con v. need from experience that his Trees
and Plants will give far better satisfaction to the
Fruitgrowers of Wyoming County than any grown
in other localities, ho confidently solicits their patron
He will make annual visits either in person or by
his agents to most of the townships of Wyoming Co ,
and asks only that his specimens may be examined
and his method of dealing he tested.
Al! orders by h-ttcr or otherwise, for Trees, vines or
pi nts will be- promptly attended to.
v'2n3l-ly. I) II ARK INS.
Arrival of a
TITE subscriber begs leave to inform his numerous
friends ami customers, that he has just returned
from Philadelphia and New York, with the
ftinjfst flnb prist Srtcdeb Stork nf
. .jgteSfe s
f> SSMKXfe ©
m . - -rjpv: : 2
5 Fancy &oods
| Ciissimrrrs, fatintts
MEN'S WEA3 IN GENERAL,
YANKEE NOTIONS, &6.
Ever brought to this County. He has also bought"
Fine Stock of
and a I*nil Line of
TJ n rq fi "ff ff) n
JJ sliJ Li 1 ji JJ J,!
ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
As regards the Quality and Styles of Goods, he <!e
fe> < oinpet it ion As regards Prices, he only assures
his friends, that long experience in the trade enables
him to buy, and therefore, sell cheaper than any one
else outside the city. A fair trial is all he asks.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
Thankful fur the very liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed on him, he will, by strictly honest dealing,
and hereafter, a close attention to business, try to
merit a continuance ot the same,
Tunkhannock. Oct 15, 1862.
TO THE SCHOOL DIRECTORS OF
GENTLEMEN. —In pursuance of the 43J section of
Act of Bth May, 1854, you are herehy notified
to meet in conventi. n at the Court House
in Tuukhannock Borough, on the first Mon
day in May, A. D. 1863. boine? the 4th day
of the nion'k, at 1 o'tlc k in the afternoon, ati<l select
rira race hy a majority of the whole number of Di
ectors present, one peison 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 Harrishurg. as required by
the 39th and 40th sections of said act.
J. W. DEWITT,
County Superintendent of Wyoming Co
Tunkhannock, April 6, 1563.
NOTICE to TEACHERS and DIRECTORS
An examination of teachers will be held at the
School House in Sterlingville. on Saatnrdav 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.
Tuokhannock, April 19th. 1863. 2 w.
i uli aio sirm
HAVE JUST OPEXED A NEW
opposite the residence ofR. R. Little Esq., on the
Corner of Tioga an I Warren Streets, in Tunkhao
neck lloroiigh, where can lie had all kinds of
LIU GS AM) MEDICINES,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
DRUGS AX!) MEDICINES,
DlltGS ADD MEDICINES,
DREGS AND MEDICINES,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
DREGS AND AIEDICINES, ,
DREGS AND MEDICINES,
DREGS AND M DICIXKS,
DREGS AND MEDICINES,
DREGS AND MEDICINES,
DREGS AND MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
DYE STIFFS, ,
DYE STTFFS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PATENT MBDTGINES, j
PATENT MEDIC IN Elt,
PATENT MEDICINES, '
with everything usually found in fyis lino.
'resiriptiona accurately tilled ; and all orders
promptly attended to
Dr. J C. BECKER A CO.
' Tunkhannoek, Pa. May 6th 13AS \?n3sly 1
TO THE LADIES.
ifii 3E W M.T£JAmm j
WE 1I AVK THE PLEASURE OP INFORMING
you that we are now prepared to offer you, at
the house formerly occupied by lfcnry Stark" in the"
Borough of Tunkhannock, a NEW aad carefttlfy sel
ected stock of
in every variety, and of the latest styles and impor
OUR STRAW DEPARTMENT.
Will consist ot every variety of BONNETS, IIATS
and TRIMMINGS to be found in that line, and of
the latest and most approved Shapes and Styles.
Wo have secured the services 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 WilWsbarre,
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 establishment of
on Tioga Street, opposite the Po3t-office, where will
be found Ladies. Chilrc-B, Misses, and Boy's FLATS,
HATS, and CAPS; HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBONS,
FLOWERS, and TRIMMINGS, end everything in
the line of Millinery, which will be sold at the lawest
Repairing promptly and neatly done. Ladies
please call and examine for themselves.
Tunkhannock,Get. 3, 1862.—v2n1l lywil
THE subscriber has just received at his shop, over
llnnkinson's Store, in
and will constancy keep on hand all the latest
MP OVED COOK KG ST VES
Among which arc ;he "CALORIC," MINER and
"UNION" paturus, with PARLOR STJVES and
Heaters of every description, which he oilers for
at prices that will dety competition
His stoves are bought directly of the Manufactur
ers at ALBANY, WILKESBARRE. PROVIDENCE
and SCRANTON. He is therefore enabled to sell
them at a small advance on the original cost
all kinds on hani and made to order. Also
IMPE, WAGON IIOXES, AND SLEIGH
SHOES FOR SALE.
The popular Cooking Stove,
Forest, Q, u e e 11,
(Elevated oven) is now for the first, offered at
S2O for 8 inch, $25 for 9 neh,
neatly and promptly done.
Meshoppen, Dec. 17th, 1862—v2nt91y.
Constructed in accordance with tho philosophy of
nature, in the peculiar form of a
CONCAVO-CO NVEX ELIPiS,
Admirably adapted to the organs of sight, and per
fectly natural to tho eye.
THE BEST HELP
TO THE HUMAN VISION.
The advantages in the uo of these Spectacles art,
that they can be used for the greatest length of time,
either by day or night, with perfect ease to the eye
never causing giddiness of head 1 , 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
lion. Joseph It Chandler, Philadelphia.
F. P Blair, P. M. G., Washington.
T. 9. Arthur, Fsq., Philadelphia
Dr, George MeCleilan, "
Reinbrant Peate, Artist, "
These celebrated spectacles are purchased by the
Subscriber lireetly from the Manufacturer, Inventor
and l'att-ntee in Philadelphia, and are tin- first genu
ine Paranoia Glasses ever offered to tho people of this
County —all others are inferior imitations.
For sale by
P C. BURNS,
Tunkhannock, Pa., Jan. 7, '63. Jeweller.
FOR SALE BY T. A. MILLER,
at the Post Office, Tunkhannoek, Pa.
For the Relief of the Sick <J- Distressed, afflicted with
Virulent anil Chronic Diseases, and especially
for the Cure of Diseases if the Sexual Organs
Medical advioe given gratia, by the Acting Surgeon
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhoea or Seminas
Weakness, and other Diseases of the Sexual Qr&*us
and on the New Reuiediesemployed tn the Pispciw
ry, sent to the afllicted in sealed letter envelope f ie
of,ch.nr<re. Two pr three stamps for postage will he
acceptable. Address, Br J SKILLIN HOUGH
TON, Ahting Surgeou. Howard Aascciation, NSOiy
Ninth fctrcet, Philadelphia Pa, i
(XEA R BA COX S OLD S TAXD.)
THIS Mill hae been lately re-fitted and all tho
nftxfern itnprbfouitehti' added and ia aetif it'
of Nieholson, Wyoming county, one tff the beat IfUa
lore in the cohnffyi
ISirtioalar attention paid to
which will be done on short notice
ALL WORK WARRANTED, and if tut satfafe*r
torily done may he' returned ut the expense of the'
FLOI'R of all kinds, MEAL nnd FEED, conataafe *
ly on hand and for sale, at tho Lowest Cash prices
Cash or Flour paid for grain at the Highest
S. Ij BACOfr.
AMBROTYPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, ALBUVfcN PRINTS. At.-
ANEW PICTURE GALLERY
ed in Tunkhai.nock, which is sun* p.e-i with en
tire new material for tho taking of Pictures in the
Photographic Art. The undersigned has re-fitted
and furnished the Sky-Light Gallery in Samuel
Stark's Prick Block, and is now prepared to take
Pictures iu the latest and most improved stylo of the
■ ISSN IF EIStS
lie has purchased a splendid assortment of Cases,
among which are the Union, Band Clasp, Octagon,
Oval Gilt l'ramcs. Gilt Trays. <U-, —very neat and
desirable patterns— l cm les a variety of plain and
fancy Cases, of every size and description.
1 he 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, ean catch so well!"
Tf not. there are oilier considerations. llow impor
tant. iuut jou se. or .1 faithful Jikenessof your friends
and relatives cie it is too late. You have all experi
enced something of the satisfaction afforded in gazing
on the Picture ol an absent friend; and some of vou
have known the sad pleasure derived from possessing
the likeness of some fovc 1 a. nuu has been '-vd be
neath the church yard mound, and felt that
" No price could take from you
A memento so cherished ;
For, how sacred the shadow,
iince 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 Stark's
Brictc Block—third story—a few doors east of Wall's
Hotel, and secure one of those •' faithful shadows "
... * ALVIN DAY.
TuukhannockDee. 10, 1862.—v 2n13
THE MAGIC KlffifilT"
The Perfection of Mechanists.
If EL NO A ILFNTIVG -VXD OPEN FACE, ON LAOT'A
f on GEXTI.EMAN'S WATCH COMBINED.
One of tho prettiest, most convenient, and decided- "
lv the best and cheapest timepiece for general and
reliable use, ever offered. It has within it and con
nected with its machinery, its own winding attach
ment, rendering a kcV entirely unnecessary. Th® '
cases of mis Watch are composed of two metals, th®
outer one being fine 16 carat gold. Tt has the im
proved ruby action lever movement, and ia warrant
ed an accurate timepiece, Price, superbly engrarecL
per caae or a half dozen 8201,00. Samplo Watches,
i.i neat morocco boxes, lot those proposing to buy a'
wholesale, 835, sent by express, with bill payable on*
delivery. Soldiers must remit payment in advance,
as we cannot collect from those P. the Army'. Ad-' "
HUBBARD BROS. & Co., Sc n IMPORTERS
Con. NASSAU I J.OIIN Sis., NEW-YORK,
GUARDIAN* ALE OF
Bv viruto of an Order of th.-Orphan's Court of
Wyoming County there will be exposed to publie
sale at the dwelling house of John Wise, in th®'
Township <>f Falls in said County, on Tuesday the
2nd day of June A. D 1863, at 2 P. M. of said day, <
the following described Real Estate.
An equal undivided free twelfth part of all tbar
certain piece or parcel of land, situate in the town
ship of Falls, Wyoming County Pa. it being part of a
larger tract surveyed in the warrantee name of Eli
sha Spark, and bounded nnd described as followa:
Beginning at the South Eastermost corner of said
larger tract and running thence along its Southern
line 88$ degree., West 97 and five tenth perches, to
land conveyed by Josiah Larkins to Horace W. Finn
Thence along sard land North, If degrees, East 29
perches to a corner. Thence along same land North '
88J degrees, West 19 perches to a corner. Thence '
South 62 degrees, West 34 perches to a corner -
Thence along the same, North 1 f degrees, East 39
and nitre tenth perches to a corner. Thcr.ce atonr
tVe same North 88$ degrees, West 36 perches to
land conveyed to Patrick. Thence along said 1
Patrick's land, North If degrees, East 23 perches to
a corner. Thence along innd sold to Noah Patrick,
South 88$ degrees, East 67 perches to a corner.—
Thence North 27degrees, West 23 per. lies to a cor- '
ner, thence along sui land North, 56$ degrees, West
16 perches tt> st eorficr. Thence along th. same land
South 38$ degrees, East 122$ perches to the Eastern '
Ine ot sail largo tract. Thence along said line South
If degrees. West IC6 perches to the place of begin
ning, containing 83 acres and 106 perches of laud,
more or less.
LOT NO. 2.
An equal undivided four t velfth's part of a certain '*
piece of land lying in the Township of Fall*
County and Slate aforesaid. Rounded as fob
lows : Ik-ginuning at the North West C rner of a
lot of land surveyed in the Wnrr>ntce name of
J >meg Thence South BR£ degrees East 115 :
per. las _to a post and stones. Thence S. 1| degree'
West 45 and sc. en tenth's perches to a corner.
Thence North 88J degrees, West 116 perches'to n
comer Thence N. 88 h degrees West .'l6 perches to a
corner to the East lino of Elisha Bpark"s tract of land.
Thence North j$ degrees, East 45 and nine tenth'f
perches to the place of beginning. Contains 33 acre*
and 44 perches of land more or less.
Jormsot sale—One tiurth of purchase money to '
be paid at titne of sale, the balance with interest to be
paid in one year and to Lw secured bv bitod and "
Ry Order of Court Laura Stonf,
7.1 BA I.OTT, Guardian of the tniixX
Cltarl&v Chtl Iren of Jeremiah
Stou e. —Deceased.
£¥¥) Brsill ?LS OF GOODRICH'S SEEDHNdtf ;
\J\J\J Comprising the following varieties:
Garnet Chili, Cuaco, Conical City, Catee, i||
Also bushels of Earlyl Junes.
Price 82.50 per bbl., ceirvered at the PU#*a da.
pot ihe barrel to contain us many sorte as mm
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Lux c. r*