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WAGNER-BECKER.— In this Borough, the Uth
inst,, by Rev. C. R- Lane, DR. FRANCIS WAONER,
of Scranton, and Miss OTTELIA BECKER, of Tunk
On life's broad sea, may prosperous gales betide
The hippy bridegroom and the lorely bride.
TROWBRIDGE— JOHNSON.—Aug. the 23, by Hi
ram S. Groves Esq, MR. JoaacA TROWBRIDGE of
Windham, to -Miss MARGARET JOHNSON, of Lacey
STURDEVANT -KEEN EY.— Aug the 30th, by
Esq. Duling, MR WILLIAM STURUEVANT. of Skin
ners Eddy, to Mtss FANNIE KEENET, of Rose Val
GAREY—DIBBLE.—Oct the 4th, by Austin Bur
gess Esq , MR CHARLES H. CARET, to Miss CAL
LET DIBBLE, both of Windham.
YJAREY— DTBBLE. —The same day, by the same,
MR BENJAMIN W GARET, to Miss ROSELINDE E.
DIBBLE, both of Windham.
WRIGHT— SNOVER.— The same day, by the same,
MR. JOHN J. WRIGHT, of Windham to Miss PHE
BE SNOVER, of Btaintrom
PLACE.—In this Borough, on the 9th inst., after a
severe illness of twenty-one days, Miss FRANCES
J, PLACE, in the 16th year of her age.
A Carriage Smith tc work or light wagg ins, or a
young man to work under instruction at that busi
ness. Good wayes will be giv-n.
Tunkha mock Sept. 26th, 1863.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, the
Commissioners of Wyoming County will on the
10th day of Oct. 1863, let to the lowest bidder the
finding of the material for the erection of a new
bridge, or for the repairing of the old one across the
South Branch of the Tunkhannock Creek, letting to
be at one o'clock of said day at the old bridge iu the
Township of Tunkhannock
F. HOUGH, )
J. W. GAREY > Commissioners.
T. VAVGHN* S
Per. Wm. F. Terry, Clerk.
Commisrioners Office, Tankbannock, Sept 30. 1863
CAME to the enclosure of the subscriber on or
about the Ist of September last, a DARK
RED COW—about four years old The uwner is re
quested-to come forward prove property, pay charg
es and take her away.
JAMES P. BOWMAN.
Meshoppen, Oct. 7th, 1863.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin
istration of the goods, chatties, &<•, which
Were of Abraham Trausue IHe of Northmorelainl.
Dec'd, have been granted to ine All pcrsous in
debted to said efttate are notified to tnake p.t • uient,
and all persons having demand against the s ttnc
are notified to present the same to ine ut my house
in said township, duly authenticated for settletner
CHARLES HOUSER, Adui'i
Sept. I, 1963
To Drafted Men.
Wm. M. Piatt will prepare exemption papers for
Drafted men, and will attenJ to their claims before
the Botfrd at Troy.
Tunkhannock. Oct. 14 1863
T. L. ROSS & CO.,
An immense stock of
FOF MEN AND BOYS.
Fancy Wool Shirts,
Fancy Wool Shirts.
Ballou's French Yoke Shirts,
Ballou's French Yoke Shirts.
Under Shirts and Drawers,
Under Shirts and Drawers,
And a Large Stock of
Rieh Dress Goods,
Clothe and Cassimers,
Gloves and Hosiery.
REAL ALEXANDRES KID GLOVES.
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Crockery,
Sole Leather, Oil and Paints,
fcf paid for Grain ! ! !
Tubkhannock, Oct. 12th 1863.
A most valuable and wonderful publication. A wei
of 4Uop*ges, and 30colored engravings. DR HUtv
TER;S VADE MECLM, an original and po™;,
treatise on Man and Woman, their Physio log , f QtK
tion*,and Seznal disorders of every kind with Nev
er-Failing Remedies for their speedy cure. Th<
practice of DR HUNTER has long been, and still is,
unbounded, hut at the earnest solicit.!ion of nutncr-
OB ? be has been induced to extend his Medi-
SrirJw" 'h r ongh the medium of his " VADE
vT_j fr It is a volume that should be in the
nana* of every family in the laod, as a preventive of
secret vices, or as a guide for the alleviation of one
of the ssoet swful and destructive scourges ever visit
' ,wsur * , y enveloped, will be
of potUigt to any part of the United
tor . £■* inP - 0 stamp#, f . T three copies
AKKIVAL OF A
OF ALL KINDS OF
And Fancy Goods,
of all descriptions.
Child and Mens' Wear Generally.
SHOES;, *-■"> GAITERS.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM
the citizens of Wyoming and the surounding
Counties, that he has (after an absence of nearly
three wee 8 in Philadelphia and New York,) just re
turned with the most complete stock
OF ALL KINDS OF
Ladies' & Gentleman* Wear,
ever offered in this section of the country.
Notwithstwnding the high price of the raw materi
al, he is, by close buying, prepared to offer
HE HAS AI SO BROUGHT A VERY LARG..
ASSORTMENT OF ALL KINDS OF
to which he invite? the special attention of Buyers'
Through a long ai-quaintance iu that trade, he d -ties
competition, in any dealer in or outside of the cities.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
Thankful for past favors, he solicits a continu -nee
j of the same under the promise of strict y honest deal
i ing, and prompt attendance to bu-iness.
fj§T Brick Block next door to Wall's Hotel.
Tunkhannock, Oct. 7, 1863
TEE SIM OTS MMIIIES.
Our LETTER A. FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
is fast gaining a world-wile repu'ation. It is be
yond doubt the best and cheapest and most beautiful
of all F-ituil i Sewing Machines yet offered to the
public No other Family Sewing Machine has so
many useful appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell
ing, Tucking, Gathering. Guaging, Biaiding, Em
broidering. Cording, and so forth. No other Family
Sewing Machine has so much capacity for a great
1 variety of work It will sew all kinds of cloth,
1 and with all kinds of thread. Great and recent im
provements make our Family Sewing Machine most
reliable, and most durable, and most certain in ac
tion at all rates of speed. It makes the interlocked
stitch, which is the best stitch known. Any one, ev
en of the most ordinary capacity, eau see, at a glance,
h"W to use the letter A Family Sewing Machine
Our Family dewing Machines are finished in chaste
and exquisite stile
The Folding t ase of the Family Machine is a
piece of cunning workmanship of the most usetul
kind. It protects the uiachii e when not in use, ai d
when about to be operated may t e opened as a spa
cious and substantial tabie to sustain the work.—
While some ot the Cases, made out of ihe choice--
woods, are finished in the simplest ana chastest man
ner possible, others are adorned and embelisbed in
the most costly and superb manners.
It is absolutely necessary to see the Family Ma
chine in operation, so as to judge of its great capici
ty and beauty.
It is fast bee ming as popular for family sewing
as our uianufajturing machines are for manutactur
l'he Branch Offices are well supplied with silk,
twist, thread, needles, oil, Ac., of the very best qual
Send for a PAMPHLET.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
459 Brotdway, New York.
OSe, 810 Che.tuui St.
MRS. C. T- MARSH, > . ~ • , . .
D. A. BARUWELL, I A S I 81D Tunkhannock.
/flsMonouu Shooing, flair ending,
AND SHAMPOOING SALOON.
Shop Opposite May
Ladies' hair cat in the most ashionable 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
S TIMIILAT BUT
FOR WHISKERS AND HAIR.
THE STIMULATING ONGLENT AND INVIG
3RATOR will restore hair 10 the b&ld head, give
lew life and restore to original color gray hiir
jause red hair to grow dark. Is warranted to bring
>ut a thick set of
WHISKERS OR A MUSTACHE!
in from three to six weeks. This article is the onln
one of the kind used by the French, and in Londoy
and Paris it is in universal use.
It is a beautiful economical, soothing, yet stimula
ting compound, acting as if by magic upon 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 be bald spot* a fine growth of
new hair Applied according to directions, it will
turu RED or light hair DARK, and restore gray hair
to ite original color, leaving it soft, smooth, and flex
ible. The " ONGPENT "is an indispensable articl.
in every gentleman's toilet, and after one week's use
they would net fur any consideration be without it.
The subscribers are the only Agents for the article
in the United States, to whom all orders must be ad
Price ONE DOLLAR a box—for sale by all Druggists
and Dealers—or a box of tbe " onguent," warranted
to have the desired effect, will be sent to any, who pe
sire it,by mail, (direct) securely packed, on receipt
of price and postage, sl.lß.
Ap| ly to or address HORACE WOOD
South 7tb St. <-or Grand..Williamsburth.n
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF BOTH
A REVEREND 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 if his sacred du
ty to eommunicato to his afflicted fellow creatures
the tneana of cure. Hence, on the receipt of an ad
dressed envelope, be will send (free) a oopy of the
prescription used. Direct to Dr JOHN M. DAGNALL
168 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York. ?2n241 j
E. & H. T. ANTHONY,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
SOT BROADWAY, N. Y.
Our Catalouge now embraces considerably ovr
four thousand different subjects (to which additions
are continually being made) of Portraits of Eminent
Americans, etc ~ vix: —72 Major Generals, 190 Brig_
adier Generals, 259 Colonels. 84 Lieut Colonels, 207
other officers, 60 Navy Officers, 525 Statesmen, 127
Divines, 118 Authors, 30 Artists, 112 Stages, 46
Prominent Women, 147 Prominent Foreigiil'ortiai'S.
2,500 copies of wutks Ot art, including repro ludi -ns
of ihe most celebrated Engraving*, Paintings, Stat- I
ute, Ac Cat.'lnguce sent on receipt ofstniiip. An
ordor for One Dor.en PICTURE* fr m o or catalogue
will be filled on receipt of $ 1 .SO and sent by mail,
Of these we manufacture a rrcat variety, ranging
in price from 50 cents tc 850 each.
Our Albums have he reputation (if being superior
in beauty and durability to any others. The smaller
kinds can be sent safely by mail at a postage of six
cents per ox
The more expensive can be sent by express.
We also keep a larg assortment of
STEBE9SCOFES & STEHEOSCOFIC VIEWS.
Our Catalogue ot these will Ire sent to any
address on receipt of Stamp.
r. & H. T- ANTHONY
Manufacturers of Ph tographic Materials
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Fneds or relatives of prominent military men will
c interna favor by sending us their likenesses to copy
They will be kept carefully and returned uninjured
Pine Albums Made to Order for Congrega
tions to present to their Pastor, or for otbei purposes,
witht sui&ble inscriptions. Ac 6 mo
ho subscriber, offers for sale the following prop
erty, Those wishing to purchase raal estate can do
so at a bargain.
ONE LOT OP LAND
ithin one mile of Nicholson Depot I) L A W R R
of sixty acres, partly improved, with a good house
and barn thereon. Well watered, and living water
runring in the house
A GOOD COMFORTABLE
ax Qfl 500 ArRES OF WILD LAND,
r\ I / ying from < ne to two miles Iroin the
station,, in lots to suit bpyers
A I OTHER REAL ESTATE at a low
J\. ' j U/ figure.
For teyms, call on
R 5. SEARLE Ag't.
Nicholson Station. D. L. A W R. R.
July 29 1863
FK EN CII tK E AM!!!
FOR BALD HEADS AND BARE FACES!!!
' I "HIS celebrated article is warranted to bring
1 out a full set of Whiskers on the smooteest
face, or a fine growth of hair on a Bald hea l, in
less than six weeks, and will in no way stain or in
jure the skin The French Creain is manufactured
by Dr. M PKLATRKAPS, of Paris, and is the only re
liable article of the kind '"Use no other." WAR
RANTED IN KVKRY CASE ONE Box WILL IK> THE WORK.
PRICE 81.00. imported and for sale Wholesale and
TIIOS. F. CHAPMAN'
Cbeuiist and Druggist
831 Broadway, New To k
Del.,l.ark. A AVest-rn Railroad.
THE PASSENGER TRAIN
I EAVES GREAT BEND AT 740 A M„ AF-
J ter the arrival at 6.30 a.m..of the CINCINNA
jTI EXPRESS from the West, connecting a*
SCRANTON. where it arrives at 10 10 a. m. with a
train on t e LACKAWANNA and BLOOMSB' RG
RAILROAD, for PITISTON, WYOMING VAL
LEY, KINGSTON and WILKES BARRE and with
the DELAWARE and HUDSON RAILROAD f..r
PROVIDENCE, OLYPHANI aud CAUBONDALE.
At HOPE STATION this train connects by omnibus
with the BELVIDKKE DEL -VWARE RAILROAD
for PHILIPSBURG. TRENTON and PHILADA.—
At NEW HAMPTON JUNCTION, where it ar
rives at 2.25 p in , the some frin connects with
trains on the CENTRAL RAILROAD of New Jer
sey, for ELIZABETH, NEWARK. NEW-YORK
EASTON. BETHLEHEM, ALLENTOWN, MAI Cll
CHUNK, READING una HARRISBURG. Passen
gers bv this train arrive in NEW YORK at 5.50, in
PAILADELPIIIA at 7.00, and in HARRISBURG
11 820 p in
The trtins leaving foot of COUUTLAND ST.,
NEW-YORK, fct 800 a in , anl KENSINGTON
DEPOT, PHILADELPHIA, at 7 10 a m., connect
with the Pit*sng' r Train of this mad, leaving NEW
HAMPTON JUNCTION at 11 20 a. m. and arriv
ing at SCRANTON at 402 p. ui where it connects
with a train no the LACK >WANN'A and BLOOM*-
BURG RAfLROAD, an<l with the omnibus running
to the DELAWARE ami HUDSON RAILROAD
This train .rrives at GREAT BEND at 6.10 p.
m , making a close connection with the mail train
going West on the ERIE RAILWAY.
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves SCRANTON Hf 10 10 a. to., connecting at I
GREAT BEND with the day Express train West on
the ERIE RAILWA Y. Bv this trsii i passei srs ar
rive at ITHACA, SYRACUSE, BUFFALO, Ac. the
sme day. Returning, this train leaves GREAT
BEND at 2.20 p. m , on the arrival ot the NEW
YORK EXPRESS going East, and BUFFALO EX
PRESS going West, and arrives in SCRATON at
5 30 p. m.
JOHN BRISBIN, Superintendent.
R. A HENRY, General Ticket Agent.
S~-rnt<n. June 15 1863
WC O LCAR DING
IMS tUDUE MUM.
The undersigned thankful for past favors, inform
he public that they still continue the business ot
AT THE OLD STAND IN NICHOLSON
mile below the Depot
The following are our terms tor the ensuing season
When good grease accompanies the wool, in tha
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 Dth lb. will be
taken. When we furnish grease, one and a half
cents per lb. will be ch --rged in all case-.
POSITIVE! NO CREDIT.
We again beg of the Ladies, not to soil their 1 ands '
by greasing thoir wool at home; but send us clean
wool and good grease, and we will warrant them
E. L. BACON *
E N. BACON*.
May 15th, 1863
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nerrouß Debility, In
competency, Premature Decay and Youthful Error
&ctua'ed by a desire to benefit others, will be happy
to fhrnish to all who need it (free of charge) the re
cipe and direetions for making the simple Remedy
used in his case. Those wishing to profits is
perisnoe—and possess a Valuable Remedy—will re
ceive the same, by return mail, (carefully sealed,)
JOHN B. OGDON,
No 60 Nassau Street, New York.
Freeh Ground Plaster in Quantities
and at prioes to suit purchasers, now for sale a |
esboppea dj E.MowbtJu '
|bfo BWwrtUfmeirt. !
WAR OR NO WAR,
THE PEOPLE ARE BOUND TO HAVB
0 L. HALLSTEAD AND SON
have just received, and are constant
ly receiving, a large stock of go ds,
Wall Pap er,
aid everything usually kept in first
Goods reduced, in consequence of
the sudden fall in gold. The bal
ance of our Spring and . ummer stock
reduced 25 per cent. Now is the
time to buy. We know such puffs
are often put in the papers ; but if
you doubt what we advertise, call
and see for yourselves.
All kinds of Farmers Produce.—
Lumber, 1 ingles, Wool Socks, Sheep
Pelts, Beef Hides, and everything
that will sell ; for which the highest
market price will be paid.
NICHOLSON, July 29., 1863. '
THE LATENT FROM NEW YORK*
MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN
•tga n informing her friends, xnd the Indira gen
erally, tb't he has received, and is still receiving
a large an i w>il selected assortment "1
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Consisting of HTTS. BONNETS. RIBBONS,
FLOSSES, FEA HERS, LAORH HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all A ic * usually
found in a
She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in
her line, before purchasing , lsewhe.e. Mrs Stark
can be found at the house formerly occupied by Hen
ry stark in the borough of Tunkhannock. ready and
willing to serve all who MAY favor her with a call.
I'ankhannock Oct, Ist. 1863
We have secure ! the services of an experienced
and a- all times will be prepared to Fit and Make
Dresses in the latest and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
Yours, lleei ectfullv.
MRS A G STARK
The Undersigned, having moved to Wilkesharre.
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.
STRING & S UMMER
have just been received at the establishment of
on Tioga Street, opposite the Post-office, where will
be found Ladies. Cbilrcn, Misses, and Boy's FLATS,
lIATS, anil CAPS; HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBONS.
FLOWERS, and TRIMMINGS, und everything in
the line of Millinery, which nil! be sold at the lowest
Repairing promptly and neatl v.done. Ladies
please call and examine for themselves.
Tunkhannock.Oct 3. 1862—v2n1l lvwi!
Ladies Look Out ! !
SHAKERS. HATS, RIBBONS,
With everything >. Ise to be found in the line d
MILLINERY Just received from the city, an.
sold at small profits by
Opposite tfie Pos -Office,
Please call and examine before purchasing so
IfT Bleaching and repairing dmc in good orde
and at the shortest notice
Tunkhnnock, Nov. 12. 1862—v Jnl4-3m.
A "&¥IG 'H'.oc-sm' I
THE subscriber has just received at his shop, over
Hankinsrn's Store, in
and will constantly kiep on hand all the latest
MP Of ED COOK NG STVES
Among which ar THE '• CALORIC," MINER and
" UNION" patterns, with PARLOR ST YES an 1
Heaters ot every description, which he offers for
3t prices that will defy competition
His stovee ire bought direotlv of the Manufactur
ers at \LB ANY, W ILK I SBARRE. PROVIDENCE
ami SCRANTON He is therefore enabled to sell
them at a small advance on the original cost
all kinds on hManlin Ile to order Also
PLTE. WAGON BOXES, AND SLEIGH
SHOES FOR SALE,
Th' popular Cookin Stove.
Forest Q, uee n,
(Elevated oven) is NOW for the first, offered at
820 for 8 inch, 825 for 9 Mich,
REPAIRING AND JOBBING
neatly and promptly done.
Meshoppen, Dec 17th, 1862— v2n191y.
I PRINTING TYPiT
and all nther Piiu'ing Ma'enals,
an- i.ft". ri"l f..r -ale at
New York Type Founery,
AT 'IMS LOWEST PRICES.
Roman Tvpe. Labor Saving Quotation,
Fancy Type, Borders,
Script T. pe, Ornamentals,
German Type, Leads,
Music Type, Brass Dashos,
Chess A Checker Type, Circular Quada,
Brass A Metal Rules, C iri.er Quads,
Brass A Electro Circular Ornat leutal Corners,
and Elipses, Metal Furniture,
Labor-Saving Rules, Barss G lleys,
Labor Saving Leads, Compositors' Numbered,
! Lttbor-Saving Slugs, Slugs, Ac., Ao
Printers can also be supplied with Presses from AD
the different manulacturers, Printing Ink of all col
ors, Composing iticks, Stands, Cases, Imposing Stones,
Chases, Wood Type, and all other priming materials,
at the manufacturers' prices.
Any publisher of a newspaper, who chooses to pub
lish including THIS note three times
before the first day of Dec tulitr, 1863, and forward
me one of the papers containing it, wil' be allowed
his bill at the time of making a purchase from me of
my own manufacture, of five times the amount of
I No 13 Chambers Street, New York.
viii miis mm.
1 / )f\i\ VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR 13#-
I vAA/ mediate service to enforce the Draft in
on BEEMER'S Stock of
No resistance, however, need be feared; but think
)t 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
largo Stock of
25 PER CENT LOWER,
25 PER. CENT LOWER,
NOW IS IDE 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 HATS SHAKERS, Ac.
SUMMER HATS. SHAKERS, Ac.
KE ROSIN E OIL, LAMP CHIMNEYS & DRUGS
KEROSINE OIL, LA.VIP CHIMNEYS & DRUGS.
FISH, PORK AND SALT
FISH, PURK AND SALT "
NO NEED OF MENTIONING MORE.
NO NEED OF MENTIONING MORE
THESE GOODS WERE BOUGHT FOR CASH;
THESE GOODS vVERE BOUGHT FOR CASH
AND TO BE SOLD FOB CASH OR PRODUCE
ANI) TO BE SOLD FOR CASH OR PRODUCE
SO BRING ALONG YOUR CASH, BUTTER, EGGS,
i SO BRING ALONG YOUR CASH, BUTTER, EGGS
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 be paid for Cash, Grain,
Butter and Eggs, at Beemer's Store, at Falls in ex
change for Goods.
Falls, Pa., April 27th, 1563.
STOV 23iS !!
IS AT THE
STOVE, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WARE
WHERE MAY BE FOUND a large and well se
lected assortment of the most approved patterns,
consisting of COOKING. PARLOR and HEATING
STOVES, for wood or coal, aud wi Ibe sold at low
We would call the attention of the public, and
farmers in parti-ular. to our NEW LEVATKD
OVEN COOKING STOVE, for wood or coal,
which for economy durability and neatness of design
cannot he surpassed. It is made with extra HEAVY
TOPS, COVEKS a. d VENTILLATKD CENTBES,
and with front doors to slide. The oven and flues
are unusally large, making it
SUPERIOR TO ANY STOVE OF THE
ever brought into this market. It cannot fail to
g re good satisfaction. Those in want of a
Goo d Stove
hould call and examine it before purchasing else
TIM, COPPER & SHEET
;Of all kin', ZINC, STOVE PIPE, IRON WARE,
' Ac., always on hand.
Merchants sui plied with goods on reasonable
! terms Roofing, guttering and all kinds of jobbing
| will be promptly attended to.
OLD COPPER, PEWTER, RAGS and
1 IRON. WOOD and LUMBER, SHINGLES, and
moot kinds of produce taken In exchange for goods
Tbankfhi for past patronage, we respectfully invite
all in want of anything in <>nr line to give as a call.
'•Live and let live." Quick sales and small profile
is our motto.
E. F. SNOW A CO
Nicholson Sept.- 863.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in pursu
ance of an or ler of the Orphan's Court of
Susquehanna Countv. to us directed, We wilt expose
to public s.ile by vendue, or. the premise*, in Sprmg
| ville township on Friday, October 9th, 1863, at one
■ o'clock p m , the following described piece or par
cel of land late the estate ef Ma the w Gordineer. do
i ceased, as follows, to wit; on the north by lands of
j Benjamin Stevens ; on the east by the road leading
I to Tunkhannock creek; on the south by lands ot E
Ball . and on the west by lands of James A Oakly ;
on tains about fortv-four acres with the appur enan
oes. Also the interest of the decedent in all that
other piece or parcel of land, situated in the town
ship and county aforesaid, adjoining the abovo de
scrib.d piece, and bounded on the north by land of
3eth Stark ; on the east by land of Seth Stark and
A Squires; on the south by land of A Squires, and
on the west by the road leading to Tankhannock
creek; iontaining about fifty-four acres, with th
TERMS OP SALE s2s down, one half of halaooe
of purchase money on conformation of sale and bal
ance in one year thereafter, with interest.
ELIJAH BALL, > AdmiiiistrS
SALOME GORDINEER, \
1 Springville, Aug. 31, 1863.