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LIIT of JURORS,
Drawn for January Term, 1863.
Braixtrim: E. J. Kney.
CUROM: John Wilson.
Eaton: Nelson Rogers.
Falls H. tf. Finn, Jacob Swarthout.
Forxs'tox— J"hn W Lott, Calvin Robinson, Ira
MxHoorsxr-Clark Ileath, George Henning.
IfcsHorPßN—Thomas Gill, Jr.
Monboh- Joseph Shotwell, H. W Carpenter, Eb
North aaAHCH-<Jftan Burgess.
Northmoreland— R. CJHetfield.
Ovkrvield —Alford Mahon.
Ton khan xocx aoro' —James Young, Elisha Sharp-
Tcnkhanxook Tp. —Perry H- Wilsey, Thos. Cra
ta.r, Joseph Shnpp.
Washinoton— John Sawyer.
Bxbtrb— Wm. Gay.
Bbaisthim Henry Thayer, Jar Schemmerhorn,
tl B. Sturdevant, Edward Meritt.
EXKTEH— Simeon Gay, T. It. Headley, John W
MHOOPANT— C. L. Vaughn.
Mbshoppen— L. B Snith, N. Ovrlisld, Albert
LEMON -Gudeon Hewet, Henry Harris.
MONROE— Wm. D. Frear, J. W Carpenter
NICHOLSON —Perry Stark. Samuel Staik, 3d. Dana
Stark, Loren G. Stephens. Jacob Stephens, Jerome
NORTH-BRANCH—L. D Gro.
NORTHMORELAND— C. K Terry, A. L Carey,
Gordon Pike, E V Pool. Elijrh Reeves.
Ovbrfield—Wm. Irwin, C. C. Myers, Lawrenco
Ager, Samuel Trauger.
TUNKHANNOCK TP. —Newman Miller.
WASHINOTON— Frank Bunnel, Geo Plaoe
WINDHAM— James G. Fassett, Oliver Hasten.
Prepare For The Draft.
WM. M. PIATT, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL prepare papers of exemption and present
them to the Enrollment Board. Where there are
two or more sons subject to the draft, the father, or
if he be dead, the mother may elect which son shall
he exempt, but this must be done before January
REGISTER'S NOTICE. ""
NOTICE is hereby given to all perso s interested,
that the final accounts of Elizabeth Coad and
Daniel Collins, Administrators of the estate of
John Coad of Tunkhannock, dee'd has been filed
in the Registers Office.
Alio, a partial acet of Betsy n Storderant Exeeu
trlx of the estate of Elisha Sturdevant vlec'd of
This is therefore to give notice to all persons inter
ested, that the above aceoudis will be presented to
the Orphan's Court to be held at Tunkhannock on
Monday the 16th day January next for confirmation
Filed Dee 16, 1863.
0 L. PARISH Register
Registers 0(5 e )
ToHkhannock, Dec 11, 1363 )
Til UNDERSIGNED having been appointed by
the Orphau's Court of n yommg Count*, au Au
ditor to distribute the fund in Court for distribution
on the final account of William Moneypenny Admin
istrator of Miry Moneypennv deceased, will attend
to said distribution on Saturday the 16lb,day of Jan
uary, A. D 1864 at 10 o'clock A. M at his office in
the Borough of Tunkhanaock ; at which time and
place all persons interested theiein may appear and
HARVEY SICKLER Auditor,
Came to the enclosure of the subscriber en or about
tie 20th of October last, a Red yearling ITeifer
The owner is requested to come forward, proTe pro
perty, pay charges and take her away.
Monroe, No 27, 1863 -r3-nl7-t3-.
IS HEREBY given that I have purchased the Ca
nal Boat ' Maria, of Mt. Pleasant," of Edward
Kroker, and have left the same in his possession to
be used by him during my will and pleasuse. All
person* are therefore toroid to molest or interfere
with the same
H. L. FURGERSON.
Falls, Dec. 9th 1863.— t3-clB.
Come te the enclesnreof the Subscriber on or about
the Ist. of November last, a dark brindle year
liag Steer. The owner is requested to come forward
prove property, pay charges aud take him away.
J. G. A E. D. FASSKTT
Windham, Dee. 7th, 1563.—v01.-3-no.-18-t3
WHEREAS, Letters testamentary have been
granted to the undersigned Executor of the late
will and testament of Phineas Sherwood late of Fulls
Township, deceased Notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims or demands against the estate
ot the said docedent, to present them for settlement
without delay, to the undersigned at Millh'wn, in
said Township, or at Newton Centre, Lut.. Co. And
those indebted to said estate are requested to make
Falls, Dec. 9th, 1863 —v3-nlB-w6.
"\TOTICE is hereby given that Letters of Admin-
L 1 istration on the Estate ot John Sickler, late of
Overfied Township. Wyoming County, decased, b->ve
been granted to the undersigned. All persons hav
ing claims or demand* against the estate of said do -
scent, are request* 1 to make them know to the un
ierstgned at r sLIb Township, in said County, without
felay ; and those indebted to the estate are request
ad to make immediate payment
Dec. 9th. 1863.—v3-nlB-w6.
NOTICE is hertby g:ven, that Letters of Admin
istration has been granted to the nndersigued
by the Register of Wyoming Co. upon the Estate of
Forgerson. late of Northmoreland Township,
in said County, deceased. All persons having any
claims against said Estate, will present them duly
authentioated, and all-persons indebted to said estate
will make payment to the Administrator without de
PHINEAST FORGERSON, Adm'r.
Northmoreland, Dec. 9th, 1863.—?3-nl7.
BY the subscriber on Mtnday of Court week, a
large pair of white/ ringed mittens, a red streak
around the wrists, Said mittens were lost between
Tunkhannock Village and Win Shaw's. Any infor
mation concerning the same will be thankfully re
PATENT MATCH SAFE
FOR VEST POCKET.
The most neat, unique and desirable arrangement
for gentleman's use that has ever been devised. Com
bining sefetv, compactness, convenience and good
teats, and will supply a want long (sit, especially by
by the smoker. Beautifully ana heavily silver-plat
ed. Price $4,00 per dozea, or $30,00 er hundred ;
retail at 60 ota. each. The moat convenient thing iii
market for smokers' use. It is a Magio Match-Box,
and lifts out its own matches ready to strike. Bells
'Wjnjadily. Single oaee by mail, 60 cts. Address
7 P. KeW, BpringrffTe, St*q, Co Pa —tS-nIS 3
Orphan's Couit Sale.
BY Virtue of ail order of the Or
phan's Court of Wyoming County,
There Will be exposed to public sale,
by Vendue and Outcry, at the House
of George W. Smith, on Golden Hill/
in Windham To wnship,in said County,
On Thursday, Janu
ary 7 th. 1864,
the following described piece, parcel
or tract of land, late the estate of Lew
is K. Whitcomb, deceased, situate,
lying and being
In the Township of Windham, in said County, Bound
and described as follows, viz :
Commencing at a corner on the Western line ot the
land known as part of lot No. 34, deeded by patent
to Win. Smith, in the y ar 18!4 ; Thence na the com
pass now indicates. North forty-eight degrees East
along lands now owned by T M Whitcomb, seventy
two rods and six-tenths to a corner; Thence South,
forty-two degrees East forty rods and one tenth to a
corner, on line of lands of the heirs of Eleazcr Lake,
decc ased; Thence South forty-eight degrees and a
quarter, along line of said Lakes' land, sixty-seven
ro ls and six-tenths to a corner, near a small Hickory
Tree ; Thence North forty-nine degrees and three
quarters, West along a line surveyed in 1850, forty -
one ro ls, to the place of beginning.
Containing seventeen acres and a half, be the same
more or less.
Twelvo acres thereof improved, and fivo unim
TERMS OF SALE. —One third to be
paid down at time of sale, and the
balance on confirmation of sale.
HENRY W. FASSETT, &
Administrators of the Estate ot Lew
is K. Whitcomb, Deceased. —v3-nlB.
The Latest Styles.
SPRXNTCT & SUMMER
hare just been received at the establishment of
on Tioga Street, opjs.site the Post-office, where will
he found Ladies. Chilrcn. Misses, and Boy's FLATS,
HATS, and CAPS; HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBON'S,
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 themselves.
Tunkhnnnock,Oct 3, 1562 v2nll lywil
The Secretary of the Treasury has not yet giv
en notice of any intention to withdraw this popular
Loan from Sale at Par, and until ten days notice is
given, the undersigned, as "General Subscrip
tion Agent," will continue; to supply the public
The whole amount of tho Loan authorised is Five
Hundred Millions of Dollars Neat ly Four Hun
dred Millions have been already subscribed
for and paid into the TREASURY, mostly
within the last seven months. The large demand
from abroad, and the rapidly increasing home de
mand for usejas the basis for circulation by Nation
al Banking Associations now organising in all parts
of the sonntry, will in at ery short period, absorb the
balance. Sales have lately ranged from ten to fifteen
millions weekly, frequently exceeding three millions
daily, and it is well known that the Secretary of the
Treasury has ample and unfailing resources in the Du
ties on Imports md Internal Revenues' and in the
issue of the Interest bearing Legal Tender Treasury
notes, it is almost a certainty that he will not find it
necevary, for a long time to come, to seek a market
for any other long or permanent Loans, THE IN
TEREST AND PRINCIPAL OF WHICH ARE
PAYABLE IN GOLD.
Prudence and self interest must force the minds of
those contemplating the formation of national Bank
ing Associations, as well as the minds of all who
have idle money in their hands, to the prompt con.
elusion th it they shr.uld loose no time in subscribing to
this most popular oan- It will soon be beyond their
reach, and advance to a handsome premium, as was
the result with the " Seven Thirty" Loan, when it
was all sold and could no longer be subscribed for
IT IS A SIX PER CENT LOAN, the interest
ard l'r no pal PABYALE IN COIN, thus yielding
NINE PER CENT. PREMIUM at the present
rate of premium on coin.
The Government requires all duties on imports to
be paid in Coin; these duties have for a long time
past, amounted to over .1 Quarter of a Million of dol
lars daily, a sura nearly three times greater than
hat required in the payment of the interest on all
the 6-20's and other permanent Loans. So that it
is hoped that the surplus Coin in the Treasury, at no
distant day, will enable the United States to resume
specie payments npon all liabilities.
The Loan is called 5-20 from the fact that whilst
the Funds may run for 20 years, yet the Government
has a right to pay tbem off in Gold at par, at any
time after five years.
The Interest is paid half-yearly, Tiis on
first days of November and May.
Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds, which are pay
able to bearer, and are #SO, SSOO, and $1000; or
Registered Bonds of same denominations, and in ad
diton ,$5,000 and SIO,OOO. For Banking purposes
and for investments of Trust-moneys the Registered
Bonds are preferable.
These 5-20's cannot be taxed by States cities,
towns or counties, and the Government tax on them
is only one-and-a-half per cent., on the amount ofin
eome, when the income of the holder exceeds Six
Hundred dollars per annum ; all other investments,
such as income from Mortgages, Railroad Stock and
Bonds, etc., must pay from three to five per cent, tax
on the income.
Banks and Bankers throughout the Country will
ecntinne to dispose of the Bonds ; and all orders by
mail or otherwise, promptly attended to.
The inconvenience of a few days' delay in the de
livety of the Bonds is unavoidable, the demand being
so great; but as interest commences from the day of
subsoription, no loss is occasioned, and everr effort
is being made to diminish the delay.
114 SOUTH THIRD STREET PHILADELPHIA.
Philadelphia KVfmHf 25, 1563
ARRIVAL OF A
OF ALL KINDS OF
And Fancy Goods,
of all descriptions.
READY 31ADE CLOTHING
Child and Mens' Wear Generally.
SHOES, and GAITERS.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM
the citizens of Wyoming and the surounding
Counties, that he has (after an absence of nearly
three weeks in Philadelphia and New York,) just re
turned with the most complete stock
OF ALL KINDS OF
Ladies' & Gentlemans Wear,
ever offered in this section of the country.
Notwithstanding the high price of the raw materi
al, he is, by close buying, prepared to offer
HE HAS AISO BROUGHT A VERY LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF ALL KINDS OF
to which he invites the special attention of Buyers
Through a long acquaintance in that trade, he defies
competition, in any dealer in or outside of the cities.
No 7rouble to Show Goods.
Thankful for past favors, he solicits a contiaumce
ol the same under the promise of strict'-y honest deal
ing, and prompt attendance to business.
Brick Block next door to Wall's Hotel.
Tunkhannock, Oct. 7, 1563
A LA MODE.
TIIE LATEST FROM NEW YORK.
MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN
again informing her friends, and the ladies gen
erally, that he has received, and is still receiving
a largo and weil selected assortment ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Consisting of HATS. HON NETS, RIBBONS,
FLOSSES, FEA IHERS, LACES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all art 1 s usually
found in a
She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in
her line, before porchasing elsewhere. Mrs Stark
can be found at the house formerly occupied by Hon
ry Stark in the borough of Tunkhannock, ready and
willing to serve all who may favor her with a call.
TunkhuDuock, Oct, Ist, 1863.
We have secured the services of an experienced
i and at all times will be prepared to Fif and Make
Dresses in the latest and most, approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
MRS. A 0 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.
T. L. ROSS & CO.,
An immense stock of
FOB 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
Rich Dress Goods,
Cloths and Cassimers,
Gloves and Hosiery.
REAL ALEXANDRES KID GLOVES.
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware and Crockery,
Sole Leather, Oil and Paints,
Cash paid for Grain I 1!
Oct. 12th 1863.
1 /\AA VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR IM
i. UUU mediate service to enforce the Draft la
on BEEMER'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 the way of buying
CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE.
BEEMER has just returned from New York with
large Stock of
25 TER 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, k WOODEN
SUMMER IIATS. SHAKERS, Ac.
SUMMER HATS, SHAKERS, &c.
KEROSINK 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 FOB CASH OR PRODUCE
AND TO BE SOLD FOR CASH OR PRODUCE
SO BRING ALONG YOUR CASH, BUTTER, EGGS,
SO BRING ALONG YOUR CASH, BUTTER, EGGS
GOOD BUTTER AND FRESH EGGS.
GOOD BUTTER AND FRESH EGGS
WK WANT NOTHING BUT GOOD BUTTER.
WE WANT NOTHING BUT GOOD BUTTER.
AND FRESH EGGS.
AND FRESH EGGS.
The Highest Prices will h paid for Caeb, Grain,
Butter and Eggs, at Beemer's Store, at Falls in ex
change for Gooda.
Falls, Pa., April 27th, 1863.
Worth of Goods
ARRIVING AT THE
AT MILLTOWN , PA.
Now is your timo to purshase
BOOTS Si SHOES'
HATS Si CAPS,
And a Variety of other Articles too
Numerous to mention,
Cheaper Than Ever.
Has received direct from the cities of
PHILADELPHIA k NEW-YORK.
The Largest, Cheapest and Best
Fall and Winter Goods
(Purchased entirely for Cash) ever offered in MILL
TOWN, which he is selling at
UNCOMMON LOW PRICES!
His -Stock, which he intends to
keep always Full, embracese very
thing wanted by the People in this
Place, and customers can at all times
rely on getting the Articles they may
want, at -Satisfactory Prices. He is
not to be undersold by any, and asks
the Public to call and examine his
STOCK. He would ask the LADIES
to call and Examine his Assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS!
AND FANCY ARTICLES.
OF WHICH HE HAS the FIRST CHOICE.
His stores at Newton Centre and
Milwaukie —making three in all,
are also in full blast, thereby ena
bling him to keep up a complete as
sortment in each.
MriLf<N*, IV, V<M, 10&.
WAR OR NO WAR,
THE PEOPLE ARE BOUND TO HAVE
O.L.HALLSTEAD AND SON
have just received, and are constant
ly receiving, a large stock of gocds,
and everything usually kept in first
We are now prepared to exhibit all
the most popular varieties of Fall
and Winter Dress Goods, Ladies
Clothes, Shawls, Flannels, Hosiery,
Balmoral Skirts, Nubias, Hoods,
Sontags, Scarfs, Under Garments,
&c. &c., all at very low prices.
0. L. HALLSTEAD & SON.
All kinds of Farmers Prodfice.—
Lumber, h ingles, Wool Socks, Sheep
Pelts, Beef Hides, and everything
that will sell; for which the highest
market price will be paid,
i NICHOLSON, July 2&, IMS.
NOT ARUM DRINK*
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
A PURE TONIC,
THAT WILL RELIEVE THE AFFICTED, AN®
Not make Drunkard
DR. C- M. JACKSON,
WILL EPPECTOALLY ANDMO3T CERTAIN!! 1
CURE ALL DISEASES
ARISING FROM A
DISORDERED LIVER, STOMACS OB
Thousands of oar cltisens are suffering from Dyt"
pepala and Liver Diaeaaea, and to whoa the fol
lowing questions apply—we guarantee
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTER®
WILL CURE THEM.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL CURE EVERY CASE OP
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diaeaaea of
the Kidneys, and Diseases arising frona
a Disordered Stomach.
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Orgossst
Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness or Bloed
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart,
burn. Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Bead, Hur
rie l and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering of the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying
posture. Dimness of Vi-ion, Dots or Webs before tka
Sight, Fever and Dsll Pain in the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin an< Eyes,
Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ac,, Sudden
Flushes of Ileat, Burning in the Flesh, CoDstantla
aginings of Evil, and great Depression ot Spirits.
There are many preparations sold under the name
qf Bitters, put up in quart Bottles, compounded of
the cheapest whiskey or comtron rum, costing from
20 to 40 cents per gallon, the taste disguised by Aniso
or Coriander Seed.
This class qf Bitters has caused and will continue
to cause, as long as they can be sold, hundreds to die
the death of the drunkard By Iheir tus the system
is kept continually under the influence of Alcoholic
Stimulants of the worst kind, the desire for Liquor
is created and kept up, and the result is allthehor
rors attendant upon a drunkard's and de ith.
For those who desire and will have a Liquor
Bitters, we publish the following receipt. Get One
Bottle Hoofflaiid'e German Bitters and mi*
with Three Quarts of Good Brandy or Whis
key, and the result will be a preparation that will
tar excel in medicinal virtues and true excellence
any of the numerous Liquor Bitters in the market,
and will cost much less. You will have all the
virtues of Hoofland's Bitters in connection with
a good article of Liquor, at a much less price ihan
these inferior preparations will cost you.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERN
WILL GIVE YOU
A GOOD APPETITE,
WILL GIVE YOU
STRONG HEALTHY NERVES.
WILL GIVE YOU
BRISK AND ENERGETIC FEELINGS.
WILL ENABLE YOU TO
AND WILL POSITIVELY PREVENT
YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER, Ad
Those suffering from
Broken down and Delicate Constitutions,
From whatever causes, either id
MALE AND FEMALE.
WILL FIND IN
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTER*,
That will restore them to their usual health. Sach
has been the case in thousands of instances, and a
fair trial is but required to prove the assertion.
From Rev. J Newton Brown, D. D., Editor sf the
Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.
Although not disposed to favor or recommend Pat
ent Medicines in general, through distrust of their
ingredients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient
reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits ha
believes himself to have received from aDy simple
preparation, in the hope that he may thus contribute
to the benefit of others.
I do this the more readily in regard to Hoofland's
German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M Jackson, of
this city, beoause I was prejudiced aga nst them for
many years, under the impression that they wera
chiefly an aicoholic mixture. lam indebted to my
friend Robert Shoemaker, Esq, for the removal ef
this prejudice by proper tests, and for encouragement
to try them, when suffering from great and long con
tinued debility. The use of three bottles of these
Bitters, at the beginning of the pr sent year, was
followed by evident relief, and restoration to a de
gree of bodily and mental vigor which I had not felt
for six mobths before, abd had almost despaired of
regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for
directing me to the use of them
PHILAD'A, June 23, 1861. J. NEWTON BEOWJY.
DISEASES OF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
In Young or Aged, Male or Female.
Speedily removed, and the patient restored to health.
DELICA TE~CHILDREN 1
Those suffering from MARASMUS, wasting away,
with scarcely any flesh on their bones, are cured in a
very short time: one bottle in such oases, will hava
a most surprising effect.
Having suffering children as above, and wishing to
raise them, will never regret the day they commenc
ed with these Bitters.
LITERARY MEN, STUDENTS,
And those working hard with their brains, should al
ways keap a bottle of Hoofland'a Bitters near
them, as they will find much benefit from its DM, to
both mind and body, invigorating and not depressing.
IT IS NOT A LIQUOR STIMULANT.
AND LEAVES NO PROSTRATION.
AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERB*
We call attention of all having relations or frionds
in the army to the fact that " HOOFLAND'S Ger
man Bitters" will cure nine tenths of the diseases in
duced by exposures and privatiohs incident to camp
life. In the lists, published almost daily in the news
papers, on the arrival of the sick, it will bo notiood
that a very large proportion are suffering from debiD
ity. Every case of that kind can be readily cUred
by Hoofland's German Bitters. We have no hesita
tion in stating that, if these Bitters fore freely used
among our soldiers, hundreds of lives might be saved
that otherwise would be lost.
The proprietors are daily receiving thankful letters
from sufferers in the army and hospitals, who have
been restored to health by the use of these Bitters,
sent to them by their friends.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
See that the Signature of "C. M. JACKSON"
is on the WRAPPER of each Bottla.
Price per Bottle TI cents,
or Halt Dox. for 54.00.
Should your nearest druggist not bare the artiele*
do net be put off by any of the intoxicating prepara
tions that may be offered in its place, but send to ns,
and we will forward, securely paoked. by experts.
Principal Office find Manufactory,
NO. 634 ARCH STREET,
JONES & EVANS,
(Successors to C. M JACKSON A Co )
FOR RALB by Druggists and Dealers in ev
ery town hn tho Übfced States.