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1/V\/A VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR IV-
J vywv/ mediate service to enforce the Draft in
on BEEMER'S Stock of
No resistance, however, need be feared; but think
1 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 retonod from New York with
largo Stock of
25 PER. CENT LOWER,
25 PER. CENT LOWER,
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUlt DRY
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR DRY
A YERY 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, Ac.
SUMMER IIATS, SHAKERS, Ac.
KEROSIfJE OIL, LAMP CHIMNEYS A DRUGS
KEROSINE OIL, LAMP CHIMNEYS & 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 lOR CASH OR PRODUCE
SO BRING ALONG YOUR CASH, BUTTER, EGGS,
SO BRING ALONG I'OUR 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 FRESII EGGS.
AND FRESII EGGS.
The Highest Prices will be paid for Cash, Grain,
Butter and Eggs, at Beemer's Store, at Falls in ex
change for Gooda.
Falls, Pa., April 27th, 1563.
Worth of Goods
ARRIVING AT THE
AT MILL TOWN, I'A.
Now is your time to purshase
HOOTS & 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 TRICES!
His &tock. 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, Satisfactory Prices. He is
not to be undersold by any, and asks
the Public to call and examine his
STOCK, lie would ask the LADIES
ot call and Examine his Assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS!
A N D VA N C Y A It TICL K S ,
OF WHICH HE II AS the FIRST CHOICES*
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.
Pa , 2c ov . I36i\
Our LETTER A. FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
is fast gaining a world-wido reputation. It is be
yond doubt tbe best and cheapest and most beautiful
of all Fauiil/ 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
variety of wotk It will sew all kinds of cloth,
and with all kinds of thread. Great and recent im
provements make our Family Sewing Machine most
reliable, and most durable, ami most certain in ac
tion at nil rate? of speed. It makes the interlocked
Stitch, which is the best stitch known. Any one, ev
en of the most ordinary capacity, can see, at a glance,
how to use the letter A. Family Sewing Machine.—
Our Family Sewing Machines are finished in chaste
und exquisite style.
The Folding Case of the Family Machine is a
piece of cunning workmanship of the most useful
kind. It protects the machine when not in use, and
when about to be operated may be opened as a spa
cious and substantial table to sustain the work.—
While some of the Cases, made out of the choicest
woods, are finished in the simplest and chastest man
ner possible, others are adorned and embelished in
the moat costly ntid superb manners.
It is absolutely necessary to see the Family Ma
chine in operation, so as to judge Of its great capaci
ty and beauty.
It is fast bee ming as popular for family sewiug
as our manufacturing machines are for manufactur
The Branch Offices are well supplied with silk,
t wist, thread, needles, oil, Ac., of the very best qual
Send for a PAMPHLKT.
TIIE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
458 Broadway, New York.
u if" Philadelphia Office, 8 I O Chestnut Sf.
A.". BAKSS,"' I Agt's in Tuok'tannoik.
THE subscriber has just received at his shop, over
llankinson's Store, in
and will constantly keep on hand all the latest
MPBCVED COOKNG CFVSS
Among which are the "CALORIC," -MIXER and
" UNION ' patterns, with PARLOR 61V>VES and
Heaters of every description, which be offers for
at prices that will defy competition
His stoves are bought directly of the M inufactur
er? at ALBANY, WILKI SBARRE. PROVIDENCE
and SCRAN TON. He 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,
Forest Q, ue e 11,
(Elevated oven) is now for the first, offered at
820 for 8 inch. 825 for 9 inch,
REPAIRING AND JOBBJNB
neatly and promptly done.
Meshoppen, Dec. 17th, 1862—v2n191y.
0 —0 —
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS HAD IN SUCCESSFUL
operation, for several years, a
where all of the most approved and rare kinds of
FRUIT Or ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Can be obtained.
Being conv.nced from experience that hi? Trees
and Plants will give far better satisfaction to the
Fruit-growers of Wyoming County than any grown
in other localities, he confidently solicits their patron
He will make annual visits either in person or bv
his agents to most of the townships of Wyoming Co",
and asks only that his specimens may be examined
and his method of dealing be tested
AI! orders by letter oroiherwise, for Trees, vines or
pi nts will be promptly attended to.
i.oSl-ly. D IIARKINS.
Because H.C4D. D. WHITAKER have bought
ARGUS BOOK BINDERY;
in Towanda Bradford Co., and added thereto a
They are prepared to do all kinds of Book Bind
ing on the shortest notice, and in the best workman
like manner. Also Ruling to any size or possible
We are also running a wagon through Wyoming
county every two and a half months, and selling
Black Books and Stationery, and tie would say to
those who have Magazines, Periodicals or any kind
of books to rebind, that we we will take them home,
bind and return them free of charge except for Bin i
£ Satisfaction guaranteed or the money rfunded.
Books or Periodicals for binding, with the Jirec
i tions for style etc., may be left at the DEMOCRAT or
| REPIAI.ICAX office in charge of the editors, who are
| authoriaed to receive them, or at E Wheelook's Store,
i for the benefit of those who may not have a chance
to see the Agent
11. C. A D. D. WIIITAKER.
v3-n2l A. E. KRAMER, agt
FOR RATS, MICE, ROACHES, ARTS, BED BEGS
MOTHS IN* FL*RS WOOLENS, AC,, INSECTS OX PLANTS
FOWLS, ANIMALS, AC.
Put up in 25e. 50c. nud SI 00 Boxes. Bottles, and
Flasks. 83 and 85 sizes for Hotels, and Public in
"Only infallible remedies known."
„Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
'tßats come out of their h< les to die."
Wholesale in all large cities.
by all Druggists k Retailers everywhere.
i'g~\ ! ! BEWARE ! ! ! of all wortlileu imitations,
'HAT "COSTAR'S name is on each Box, Bottle
and Flask, before you buy.
53P" Adaress PLEXT R. COSTAR.
Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y.
by J W Lyman A Co. wholesale ft Retail
Agents, Tunkhannock. Pa.
Freeh Ground Plaster In (iuanlltles
and at prices to suit i<urch*sers, now for sale a
ethoppen ey 11. Nnitsr Js j
*3. & 11. T. ANTHONY,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
501 ROADWAY, N, Y.
Our Catalouge now embraces considerably ov-r
four thousan 1 different subjects (to u bioh additions
are continually being made) of Portraits of Eminent
Americans, etc., viz:—72 Major Generals, 190 Brig
adier Generals, 259 Colonels, 84 Lieut. Colonels, 207
other ofiicers, 60 Navy Officer®, 525 Statesmen, 127
Divines, 11G Authors, 30 Artists, 112 Stages, 46
Prominent Women, 147 Prominent ForcignPortiaits.
2,500 copies of works of art, including reproductions
of the most celebrated Engravings, Paintings, Stat
utes, <t: Catalogues sent on receipt ofstamp. An
ordor for One Dozen PICTURES fr on our catalogue
will bo filled on receipt of 8 I.HO. and sent by mail,
Of these we manufacture a great variety, ranging
in price from 50 cents to #SO each.
Our Albums have the reputation of 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 oa.
The more expensive can be sent by express.
We also keep a large assortment of
STEREOSCOPES & STEQIOSCQFIC VIEWS.
Our Catalogue of these will be sent to any
address on receipt of Stamp.
& H. T- ANTHONY
Manufacturers of Ph tographic Materials
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Frieds or relatives of prominent military men will
eonferna favor by sendingus their likenesses to copy.
They will be kept carefully and returned uninjured.
Fine Albums Made to Order for Congrega
tions to present to their Pastor, or for otber purposes,
witbt suiable inscriptions. Ac 6 mo
PLACE TO BUY
STOV ES !!
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, and will be sold at low
We would call the attention of the public, and
farmers in particular, to our NEW ULEVATED
OVEN COOKING STOVE, for wood or coal,
which for economy, durability and neatness of design
cannot be surpassed. It is made with extra HEAVY
TOPS, COVERS and VENTILLATKD CENTRES,
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
give good satisfaction. Those in waul of a
Goo d Stove
hould call and examine it before purchasing else
TIN, COPPER & SHEET
of all kinds, ZINC, STOVE PIPE, IRON WARE,
Ac., always on hand.
Merchants supplied with goods on reasonable
terms. Rootiug. guttering and all kinds of jobbing
will be promptly attended to.
OLD BRASS, COPPER, PEWTER, RAGS and
IRON, WOOD and LUMBER, SHINGLES, and
most kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods
Thankful for pgst patronage, we respectfully invite
all in want of anything in our line to give us a, call.
"Live and let live." (Juiek sales and small profits
is our motto.
E. F. SNOW A CO
Nicholson Sept.- 863.
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE 1! !
| Taken at this office, on all kinds of Town and
Country property, at the MOST REASONABI.K TERMS,
and for any time from THREE MONTHS TO
: FIVE YEAR s, —either
WITH or WITHOUT PREMIUM NOTES
1 Is the company reliable I Will it promptly pay
its honest losses? are the imjiortant inquiries with
all insurers. We answer :
THE LYCOMING CO. INSURANCE COMPANY
HAS BEEN IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION
FOR TWENTY-THREE YEARS.—IT HAS
A WELL SECURED CAPIATL OF
OVER #2,400,00 IT PAYS FROM
#6O. TO 8125,000 LOSSES
ADJUSTED AND TAID .
EACH INSURER IS FURNISHED
WITH AN AUTHENTICATED ANNU
NUAL STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
AND OPERATIONS OF THE COMPA
NY THE COMPANY IS CONDUCTED ON
JUST AND EQUITABLE PRINCIPLES.
I THE CHARTER IS PERPETUAL.
References Hon. Win. M. Piatt, Hon. A. K
Peckham, Henry Stark and Samuel Stark Esqs. of
this County ; Sayer A Bros, of Susquehanna, and
ieorge M. Hollenbaek and others of Luzerne County,
*ho insure in and have been paid losses by this,
HARVEY SICIvLER, Agt.
PATENT MATCH SAFE
FOR vksT FOCKr r.
The most neat, unique and desir. le arrangement
for gentlemen's use that has ever been devised 1 ! Com
bining safety, ,couipactimss, convenience and good
taste, ami will supply a want long felt, especially by
by the smoker. Beautifully ana heavily silver-plat
ed. Price $4,00 per dozen, or #30,00 er hundred ;
retail at 50 cts. each. Tbo most convenient thing in
market for smokers' use. It is a Magfc Match-Box
and lifts out its own matches ready to strike. Sells
very readily Single ODCS by mail, 50 cts. Address
K. P. Scott. Springville, Susq, Co. Pa—v3-nls-m3
TIIE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE*
OF A NERVOUS INVALID.
Published for the benefit and as a caution to young
men.'and others, who suffer lrotu Nervous Debility,
Early Decay, and their kindred ailments— supplying
the means of self-cure. By ono who has cured him
self after being a victim of misplaced confidence in
medical hnmbugjind quackery. Hy enclosing a post,
paid directed envelope, single copies may be hud of
the author, NATHAMKL MAYPAIB, Esq, Bedford-
Kings County, New Y 'rk—v3 ulfc-ly.
DEL.LACK. & WESTERN
CIIA.IV&E OF TIME
ON and after Monday, November 25th 1861, Trains
will run as follows: •
EXPRESS PASSENGER TRAINS
Leave Great Bend at 7:29 A. M.
New Milford 7:39 "
Montrose 8:90 "
llopbottoin 8:23 "
Nicholson 8:40 11
Factory vi Ho 904 "
Abingfon--••••• • '••••9:20
SCRAN TON 10.C0 '
Moscow ••••10:41 "
Gouldsboro 11:07 "
Tobyhanna 11:20 "
Stroudsburg 12.32 P. M-
Water Gap 12:46 •'
Columbia 1:00 "
Delaware 1:25 "
Hope (Philadelphia connection) •. ]j£s '•
Oxford 1:53 "
Washington 2:10 "
Junction •••2:32 "
Arrive at New York 5:30 "
Philadelphia 6:50 "
MOVING NORTH. *
Leave New York from foot of Courtland
Street 8:00 A M.
Pier No. 2. North River, 7:90 "
Philadelphia, from Kensington Depot 7:10 •'
Leave Junction 11:15 "
Washington 11:33 "
Oxford 11:50 "
Hope (Philadelphia connection)*. 12:14 P. M.
Delaware 12:43 "
Columbia 1:00 ,!
Water Gap 1:16
Stroudsburg 1:30 '
Tobyhanna 2:42 w
Gouldsboro 2:55 "
SCRANTON 4:10 "
Abington 4:40 "
Faetoryville 4:56 "
Nicholson s ; ]g
Ilopbottom .5:38 "
Montrose 6:00 "
New Milford 6:21 "
Arrive at Great Bend 6:40 "
E f These Trains connect at Great Bend with the
Night Express Trains both East and West on the
New York and Erie, and at Scranton with Trains on
Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Railroad, for Pitcston,
Kingston and Wilkesb irre; and the Train moving
South connects at Junction with Trains for
hem, Mauch Chunk, Reading and Harrisburg.
Passengers to and trom New York change cars a
Junction. To and From Philadelphia, via.B. D. R.
R., leave or take ears at Hope.
Foi Pittston, Kingston and Wilkes-Barre, take L.
A B. R. R. cars at Scranton.
For JesSup, Archbald and Carbondale, take Omni
bus at Scranton.
Leaves Scranton 9:50 "
Abington 10:35 "
Faetoryville 11:00 "
Nicholson 11:30 "
Ilopliottom 12:05 P. M
Montrose 12:45 '•
New Milford 1:20 "
Arrives at Great Bend 1.45 "
Leaves Great Bend 2:10 P.M.
New Milford 2:35 '•
Montrosem 3:05 •'
Hopbotto 3:45 "
Nicholson 4:15 "
Faetoryville 5:13 "
Abington 5:40 "
Arrives at Scranton 6:30 "
This Train leaves Scranton after the arrival of the
Train from Kingston, aud connects at (treat Eeud
w ilh the Day Express Trains loth East and West on
New York and Uric.
JOHN BRISBIN, Sup't.
Superintendent's Office, )
Scranton, Nov. 25. 1861. )
Del., Lack. & West-Til Railroad.
THE PASSENGER TRAIN
1 EAVES GREAT lIEND AT 740 A M„ AF
-J ter the arrival at 6.30 a.m..of the CINCINNA
TI EXPRESS from the West, connecting at
SCRANTON, where it arrives at 10.10 a. m. with a
train on t-.e LACKAWANNA and BLOOMSB' P.G
RAILROAD, for PITTSTON, WYOMING VAL
LEY, KINGSTON and WILKES HA RRE and with
the DELAWARE and HUDSON RAILROAD for
PR OVIDKNCE, OLYPHANT and CARBONDALE.
At HOPE ST ATION this train connects by omnibus
with the BKI.VIDKRE DELAWARE RAILROAD
for PHTLIPSBURG, TRENTON and PHILADA.—
At NEW HAMPTON JUNCTION, where it ar
rives at 2.25 p ui , the some train connects with
trains on the CENTRAL RAILROAD of New Jer
sey, lor ELIZABETH, NEWARK, NEW-YORK,
EASTON, BETHLEHEM, ALLENTOWN, M AUCH
CHUNK. READING and HARRISBURG. Passen
gers bv this train arrive in NEW YORK at 5.50, in
PAILADELPIIIA at 7.00, and in HARRISBURG
at 8 20 p. m.
The trains leaving foot of COURTLAND ST.,
NEW-YORK, at B.oil a in., and KENSINGTON
DEPOT, PHILADELPHIA, at 710 a. m , connect
wfth the Passenger Train of this road, leaving NEW
HAMPTON JUNCTION at 11. 20 a. m. and arriv
ing at SCRANTON at 402 p. m . where it connects
with a train on the LACKAWANNA and BLOOMS
BURG RAILROAO, and with the omnibus running
to the DELAWARE and HUDSON RAILROAD.
This train arrives at GREAT BEND at 6.10 p.
m , making a close connection with the mail train
going West on the ERIE RAILWAV.
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves SCRANTON at 10.10 a. m., connecting at
GREAT BEND with the day Express train West on
tli3 ERIE RAILWA Y, Bv this trai i passengers ar
rive at ITHACA, SYRACUSE, BUFFALO, Ac. tbe
SUM day. Returning, this train leaves GREAT
BEND at 2.20 p. m., on tho arrival of 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 HKNRV, General Ticket Agent.
Scranton, June 15. 1863.
SHE LATEST HSWS
Is fully confirmatory of former reports that THE
DUTC H HAVE: POSSESSION OP llOli-
It is also authoritatively announced that
o. s. Mills
has exclusive possession of the
STOVE AND TIN-SHOP
where every thing in the line of his trade can be
had at the
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at his Shop, the lat
est and rooßt improved Patterns of
with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete.
Roofing & Guttering
in all its branches, attended to on short notice and on [
H.E PAUUBT a,
PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CJIEAPLY DONE.
0. S. MILLS.
XuuLhaano.F, Nov 1, 1563 v3-nI3.
TJt Y JU rc
(NEAR MACON'S OLD STAND.)
T .JITS Mill hag bean lately re-fitted an 1 nil the
modern improvements added and is now 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
If Cash or Flour paid for grain at' the Highest
S D BACON.
3NJ" ES "Y757"
€ Hi iff I?
The subscriber has just opened a new Furniture
Cabinet and Chair Manufactory in Tunkhamioek,
next door to C. M. Koon's grocery store —where are
kept on hand an 1 manufactured to order:
TABLES of all sizes, patterns, aud styles,
f HA 1 R.-> Cane-scat, I*lag-bottom, aud common.
I>! RKAI S of ail styles, sizes, and prices.
BhD.> I LADS. Cottage and common.
CENTRE TABLES, WORK STANDS, BOOK
CASES, and indeed every thing whi h can be tuund
in the largest furniiure establishments in the countrv,
which he will sell at prices as low as they caii be
bought in any town outside of the cities. Being sat
isfied tha the can compete, both in workmanship and
prices with any establishment in the country, he so
licits the public- patronage.
REPAIRING of all kinds done in a neat, substan
tial and workmanlike manner.
N. B.—Old cane-seat chairs, new-seated and re
UNDERTAKING.—Having a Hearse of his own,
and having had much experience, he will attend to
this department of the business on short notice, and
in a satisfactory manner.
July 16, 1862.—vlnft'lv
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 the Loan authorized is Five
Hundred Millions of Dollars Nea' !y four Hun
dred Millions have been already subscribed
for and paid into the TKLASUKY, mostly
within the last seven months. The large demand
from abroad, and the rapidly increasing home de
rnand for usejas the basis for circulation by Nation
al Banking Associations now organizing iu all port.-
of the country, will in a very short period, absorb tin
balance. Sales have lately ranged from ten to fifteei
millions weekly, frequently exceeding three million.-
dailv, and it is well known that the Secretary of the
Treasury ha? ample and unfailing resources iu the Do
ties on Imports fnd Internal Revenues' and in tin
issue of the Interest bearing Legal Tender Treasun
notes, it is almost a certainty that he will not find it
necessary, lor a long time to come, to seek a market
for any other long or permanent Loans, THE IN
TEREST AND PRINCIPAL OF WHICH ARK
PAYABLE IN BOLD.
Prudence and self interest must force the minds < 1
those contemplating the formation of national Bank
ing Associßions, as well as the inin Is of all who
have idle money iu their hauds, to the prompt con
clusion thit they should loose no time in subscribing t.
this roost, popular loan- It will soon be beyond their
reach, and advance to a handsome premium, as was
the result with the " Sovcn Thirty" Loan, when it
was all sold and could no longer be subscribed for
IT IS A SIX PER CENT LOAN, the interest
and Principal PABYAI.E IN COIN, thus yielding
NINE PER CENT. PREMIUM, at tbe present
rate of premium on coin.
The Government requires all duties on imports U
be paid iu Coin; these duties have for a long time
past, amounted to over a Quarter of a Million of dol
lars daily, a sum nearly three times greater thai,
hat jequired in tho payment of the interest on al
the 5-20's and other permanent Loans. So that it
is hoped that the surplus Coin in the Treasury, at n<
distant day, will enable the United States to resume
specie payments upon all liabilities.
The Loan i? called 5-20 from the fact that whils'
the F'unds may run for 20 years, yet the Government
has a right to pay them off iu Gold at par, at nn\
time after five years.
The Interest Is paid half-yearly, viz: on
first days of November and May.
Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds, which r.re piy
able tc bearer, and are #SO, 8500, an ! Bltoo ; o
Registered Bonds of same denominations, and in ad
diton ,85,000 and 810,000. For Banking purpose.-
iui<i for investments of Trust-moneys the Registerco
Bonds are prefferablo.
These 5-20's cannot be taxed by States cities
towns or counties, and the Government tax oa them
is only one-and-a-half per cent,, on the amount ofin
come, when the income of the holder exceeds Six
Hundred dollars per annum ; all other investments
such as income from Mortgages, Railroad Stock am.
Bonds, etc., must pay from three to five per cent, tax
on the income.
Banks nnd Bankers throughout the Country wil'
continue to dispose of the Bonds ; and all orders by
mail or otherwise, promptly attended to.
The inconvenience of a few days' delay in tho de
liveiy of the Bonds Is unavoidable, (he demand bein;
so great; but as interest commences from the day o;
subscription, no loss is occasioned, and every effor
is being made'to diminish the delay.
111 SOUTH THIRD STREET PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia, November 25, 1563.
ion 4r c.v Kl , r
SCROFULA AKB SCROFULOUS DISEASW.
From Emery Erie*, a friz-known merchant q/
" I liave SOLD hirgi" quantities tif your SARRAPAB*
ILI.A, Lut I. ou R jot o:.o buttle which fulled of th*
desired effect and full f-nti.-Taction to those who took
it. Af fast n our people try it, thej' agr*'- there hu
boon no medicine ijko it before in our community.''
Eruptions, limplen, Blotches, Pustules,
Dicers, Sores, and all Diseases of the Bkin<
From TO r. IloLt. St ration. Bristol, England.
44 I only <io iny duty to you and the public, when
I Rdd my testimony to that you publish of the me
dicinal virtues of vour J-AKSA EAHII.LA. My daugh
ter, aged ten, had au afflicting humor in her ears,
eyes, and hair for years, which we were uuable to
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been well for sobfe months."
From Mrs. Jane E. Rice, a veil-known and musk
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Nothing afforded any relief until we triad your 8A a
SAFARILLA, which soon completely cored her."
From Charles P. Cage, Esq., of the widely-known Ik m
(if Gage, Murray If Co., manufacturers (f enam
elled papers in A asltua. A'. If.
44 1 had for several years a very troublesome hu
mor in my face, which grew constantly worse until
it disfigured my features and became an intolerable
affliction. I tried almost everything a man could of
both advice and medicine, but without nnyrelitf
whaterer, until I took your I-ARSAFARH.LA. If
immediately made mv face worse, as you told me it
might for a'time; but in a tew- weeks the new skhr
began to form under the blotches, and continued 1
until nay face is as smooth as anybody's, and 1 ana
without' any symptoms of the disease that I know
of. I enjoy perfect health, and withent a doubt owe
I it to your "SAKSA PARI LLA."
Erysipelas General Debility Purify the
From Dr. Bobt. Sawin, Houston St., X. Y.
DR. AVER : I seldom fail to remove EruptionsUMd
Scrofulous Sores by the persevering use of your
SAUSAPARILLA, and I have just now cured an at
tack of Malignant Erysipelas with it. No altera
tive we possess equalsthe SARSAFARILLA you ham
supplied to the profession as well as to the people."
From J. E. Johnston, Esq., Wakeman, Ohio.
44 For twelve years 1 had t lie yellow Erysipelas On
my right arm. during which time I tried all the cel
ebrated physicians I could reach, and took hundreds
of doliais' worth of medicines The ulcers were M
had that the cords became visible, and the doctor*
decided that my arm must be amputated. I began,
taking vour SARSAFAKILLA. Took two bottles, and
some of your Pi LLS. Together they have cured me.
1 am now as well and sound as anybody. Being in a
public place, my case is known to eveiwbody in this
community, and excites the wonder or all."
From Hon. Henry Monro, M. P. P.,of Xewcastle, C.
IE., a leading member of the Canadian Parliament.
44 1 have used your SAP.SA PARI LLA in my family,
for general debility, and for pursuing the blood,
with very beneficial results, and feci confidence in
commending it to the afflicted."
St. Anthony's Fire, Hose, Salt Bhenm,
Scald Head, Sore Eyes.
From Harvey Sickler, Esq., the able editor of the
TuncuiannocL Democrat, Pennsylvania.
41 Our only child, about three vears of age, was at
tacked by pimples on his forehead They rapidly
spread until tliev formed a loathsome and virulent
tore, v Inch covered his face, and actually blinded
bis eyes for some days. A skilful physician applied
nitrate of silver and other remedies, without auy ap
parent effect. For fifteen days we guarded his lianas,
lest with them he should tear open the festering and
corrupt wound which covered liis whole face. Hav
ing tried every thing c'se we had any hope from, wo
began giving your SARSAFARILLA", and applying
the iodide of potash lotion, as you direct. The 6ore
began to heal when we had given the first bottle,
and was well when we had finished the second. Th*
child's eyelashes, which had come out. grew again,
and he is now as healthy and lair as any other. Tbo
whole neighborhood piedicted that the child mult
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
From Dr. Hiram Sloat. of St. Louis, Missouri.
44 1 find your SARSAPAKILLA a more effectual
remedy for the secondarv symptoms of Syphilis,
and for syphilitic disease than any other we possets.
The profession are indebted to you for some of th*
best medicines we have."
From A. J. French, M. D , art eminent physician qf
Lawrence, Mass.. who is a prominent member of
the Legislature qf Massachusetts. *
4 DR. AVER —My dear Sir: I have found your
SARSAPAKILLA an'excellent remedy for
both of t lie primary and secondary type, ana effect
ual in some cases that were too obstinate to yield to
other remedies. Ido not know what we can em
ploy with more certainty of success, where a power
ful "alterative is required."
Mr. Chas. S. Van Liexc, of Few Brunsirck, X.
bad dreadful ulcers on bis legs, caused by the abase
of mercury, or mercurial disease, which grew more
and more aggravated for years, in spite of every
remedy or treatment that could be applied, until the
persevering use of AYER'S SARBAFARILLA relieved
nint. Few cases can he found more inveterate and
distressing than this, and it took several doten bot
tles to cure him.
Leucorrhoea, "Whites, Female Weakness,
are generally produced by internal Scrofulous Ulcer
ation, and are very often cured by the alterativ*-
c-ffect of this SARBAPARILLA. Some cases require,
however, in aid of the SARSAPAKILLA, the skilful
application of local remedies.
From the well-known and iririely-celebrated Br,
Jacob Morrill, of ( incinnati.
"I have found your SARBAFARILLA an excellent
alterative in diseases of females Many cases of ir
regularity, Leucorrhtna, Internal Ulceration, and
local debility, arising from the scrofulous diathesis,
have yielded to it, and there are few that do not,
when its effect is properly aided by local treatment."
A lady, unwilling to allow the publication qf her
44 My daughter and myself have lieen cured of a
very debilitating Leueori IKE a of long standing, by
two bottles of jour SAUSAPAIULLA."
Kheumatism, Gout. Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia. Heaxt Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused by Scrofula in the system, arc rapidly
cured by this EXT. SARSAPAKILLA.
possess so many advantages over the other pur
gatives in the market, and their superior virtuer
are so universally known, that wo need not do
more than to assure the public their quality ia
maintained equal to the ucst it ever haa beeo,.
and that they may be depended on to do alt
that they have ever done.
Prepared by J. C- AYER, M. D., & Co,
Lowell, Mass., and sold by
■S. Stark, Tuiikhunnovk ; T P. Spring, Lacey villa-
Harding A Co., Nicholson : E A J Frear, Factoiy
rille, and by dealers in .Medicines everywhere.
rO accommodate persons wishing to go by public
conveyance frotn this place to any section, or re
i urn, the undersigned continues to run a
ST Jill IIS
o an! frfim Faetoryvillo Depot, leaving his hotel at 4
o o'el <k, n. m , arriving at Faetoryvillo in time for
G3rcat Bcnb, Saoulon, itcm-^ork,
Returning, leaves Fae-toryeiHe on the arrival
>f the New York, Philadelphia and Accommoda
tion Train from Great Rend, arriving in Tunkhan
aock at 7 o'clock, p tu.
N. B.— All Express matter, pa< kages and goods will
•e conveyed to and from the Depot, at reasonable
rates; the proprietor li doing himself responsible for
ihe safe delivery of all tit h entrusted to his rare,
Towanda stage arrives at this hotol at 12 o'clock,
•n. Returning, leaves .it 3 o'clock, p m
Stages for Pittston, Wyoming, and Wtlkesbarre,
leave on the arrival of tho Towanda s ago, and re
turning connect with the same.
Montrose stage leaves on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, ft. in., connecting at Montrose
with stages for Binghawton, Ac. Returning, comws
vith stages lor PitUlou, Tuwuiiiu, Ae.
Persons wishing to he called for at their residences
will hp accommodated by leaving their names at ths
hotel of the proprietor.
Horses and Carriage in witness to for ward
•ngcrf at all times.
vept'Jl v2u7. 1 E. WALL