North Branch democrat. (Tunkhannock, Pa.) 1854-1867, April 13, 1864, Image 3

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    WYOMING SEMINARY
—AND—
CO3IMERCIAL COLLEGE.
The next terra of this Institution will commence
Anril 21st, and continue twelve weeks.
t R NELSON.
Kingston Ps. Apr 4th 136-1.
fI3ALIIERS INSTITUTES AND EX-
A3II NATIONS.
An Institute will be he'd nt Sterling? 1110, com
mencing April 19ih. At Centremorekmd, April 26.
Examination, to he he!*l at Tunkhrnnnotk, April 23.
at Fictoryvilie April 30.
On the third day of each session of the Institute
au examination will take place. Those designing
to teach vho d< not bold certificates, will please ho
present at otto of tho above examinations. — Hence
fbrth there will he no private examination —1 tru-t
no teacher will bo employed unless holding v cer
tificate- A certificate ot "moral character is desired.
In cas s where teachers cannot he obtained who
Jiavo certificates may appear here on the first ana
just Saturday in May.
W. LAMOXTK.
TunMi.tnnock Apr. lhh, 1864.
IHM&Z2I6
MJIS. 33. O. BA.HKTES.
late of the city of PHILADELPHIA, would re
spectfully inform the public that s.e has located on
Warren Street,
in the borough of TTNKIIANNOCK, where she
liopes by her attention, promptness and skill in
5&133 E3AKIHS
ALSO
MEN'S PANTS VESTS, AC..
to merit and secure a share of patronage.
1). C. BARNES.
TurJ.har.nock Apr. 13, ISGb
* SHERIFFS SALE.
J) Y VIRTUE OF CERTAIN WRITS TOME
L) directed, I will expose to pu> lie sale at tlie
Court House, in Xt SKiiixxnci: BOROUCH, ON THE 16.
i>Ar of A.fKfL next, at one o'clock P. M., all the dc
fendents right, title and interest, in that certain
tract or lot of land, situate in Windham town.hip,
arie bounded on the South by land of tho iferrs of
.v-iumel Ilayden Dec'd, on tho South West by land
of Mm. Taylor, on the North West by land of the
widow of Ambrose Garey Dec'd, on tire South East
1 y tho Susquehanna River. Containing about three
hundred and sixty acres, more or less, about two
hundred acres thereof improved, with two frame
dwelling houses, one Ilorse barn, three frame Barns,
one Shed, one Wagon House, with shed at ached,
<me llog Pen. one Corn House, one Spring House,
owe Wood Shed, one Saw Mill, one applr orchard,
and other fruit trees thereon ; late the estate of the j
defendant in said writs named.
Seized and taken iu execution at the Suit of Win I
M. Piatt against James W G.irev ; and also at the •
suit of tiie Ex'rs of N. Overfteld Dec'd against said !
ctefendent etal.
And will be sold for cash onlv bv
AKI 11.V GAY, Sheriff,
Sheriffs office. )
.March 21, 1861 j
SHEIUFF'SSALET
BV YIHTIT OF CERTAIN WRITS TO ME
directed, I will expose to public sale at tho
Coiirt ri'>u=e rN TINKn.VNNOCK BOROUGH, on
the 16tii' day of APRIL n xt, at one o'clock P. M ,
all the right, title and interest of the dofendent in
i.bat certain lot. piece or parcel of land situate in
the township of NT-hois n, and bounded on tho East
and South by laud ot Wm. Driggs, on the West by
.Martin Creak, and on the North by the public high
way near Tuukhannock Depot; containing about one
half an acre of land, more or less ; all improved with
two frame dwelling houses, or e Blacksmiths shop,
ai d soine fruit trees '.hereon, late the estate of deft
in said writ named.
Seized and taken in execution nt the suit ofZiba
J'illings, now assigned to T. liait ago in<t Mason
Parker.
And will bs S )14 for cr.-h or.lv h\
A 111 R A < j A V, Sheriff,
Sheriff's Office, ?
March 21, 1: 01, j
SHERIFFSTSALgr
BY VIRTUE OF CERT AIX "KITS TO ,MK
.1 retcd, I will exp.se to public sale at the
COURT HOUSE IX Tl NKHAXNOCK ROROUOH.
• n !hc 1 Gi.h day of APRIL next, at one O'CIOCK P.
M , ail that piece or parcel, f land lying and being
in the Township of Tunkhannock Wyoming Countv
Pa., bounded and d . -ribed as follows, to wit: Re
sinning at a corner on thrs North side of the road
leading from Tunkhannock to Fa, toryviilo, online
of l.in.i of Henry* ctark, now in possession of Iknjiei
Rill Thcnco North seven degrees West. thirtv
four Perches, aly.ig line of lairi ofsai i Henry Stark,
to a corner ; thence North Twenty-five ami three
fourths degrees East, along line of said H. Stark,
Ten Perches, to acoruer on the bank of the Tunk
hannock Creek; thence South, sixty-five degrees
cast, along the bank of said Tunkhannock Creek
Sixty Perches, to a corner : thence South. Forty-one
degrees east, along the bank of said Creek, Forty
eight Perches, and five tenths, to a corner on line of
land of the heirs of Lewis Dixon : thence South
Twenty-nine and three quart -rs degree- west, alon
line of land of heirs of Lewis Dixon. Ninety-five
perches to a stones corner; thence North Sixty de
gree* west, along line o£)and*of 11. Stark, Sixr/nnd
five tenths perches, to a stones corner ; thence North
Twenty-nine and a half degrees East, along line of
land of Henry Stark, Soventv-seven and five tenths
perches, to a corner in the road leading Tunk
hannock to lyetoryvillo ; thence North, Eighty-five
and three forrtha degrees west, along said road.
Twenty and two tenths perches to the place of Be
ginning, Containing 1 ilty acres more or less, with
about th re a acres thereof improved, with the appur
tenances, lute the estate o: th: Defendant in said
writ named.
Seized and taken io execution at thi suit of Hen
ry Stark vs. Daniel Rail.
An t will be sold for cash mlv by
~ AIIIRA GAY, Sheriff-
Mieriff Wui o, )
-March 21. ISG4. S
"sheriffs saleT
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN WRIT OF Fi
era Facia* to me d reeled, I will expose to
finblic sale on the Kith day of April. I°S4. atone
o'clock P. M. at the Comt iiotfc in Tunkhannock
Borough, all the defcnrlents right, U'le and interest,
in and to that certain lot, piece or pa'ccl of land
situate in the village of Factoryville, 'JWushtp of
' linton, bounded xi the east by land of Z S. Rey
imlds.oii the .South by land of William Green. of I
to WVPvm "'Khw-y 1 adiag from F -torvville j
™t L, /•' ! .' ni "" X ' 3r,!l by lan lof Z. S.'llev- j
•00 .. com M.omg about " ue foar 'b of an ace all '
nmprored with one two story frame dwelling house '
and some fr U „ , rOCB thereon, with the appurtenS !
>eu-d and taken in execution at the nit of Reni '
I)eedl " U n ' s,r ' ,tor of Geo. W. Warner'
And will lc sold for cash only by
<-i •- /i<r i AHIRA GAY, Sheriff
Sheriffs Office, )
March 23, 1864, *
NOTICE,
NOTICE i* hereby given that the folk wing
named persons have filed their petitions in the
court of Quarter Sessions, of Wyoming County ami
*>!! make application at tl:o "next Term of Sai l
Court fur Tavern Liceuse
j le p b^ u ® e u "i ,or ' Mehoopay Township.
Mutiroo
0 ' Clinton
tiarles away re, - „ .
11. W. Dowduev . . .
Bcnj. Zoigler, '' Hraintrim
F. M. Crane, \- . • . ' j
ia ?" s " k Borough, i
Cortiight, Township.
Wm. 0. Gardner Nicholson
"urge Pengo. '•
'• J'- Bacon. .
L •lacks.in, i<
ran.
" 'l 3o '-'*. March <9. td't
J IST RECEIVED,
FROM
PHILADELPHIA
—AND—
I
K ©wT"oris.,
| A FULL ASSORT ME X T O F
|
a
W jjc
DRESS GOODS,
SHAWLS, CASSIMEB3,
Clotliing:,
Shoes, Hats,
JfimtD #001)5,
— ■> \ '
NOTIONS, S*c. .wr , to this Season 4
which will be sold at the VEUY LOWEST MA KET
I PRICE for Cash or Country Produce, at the SYore of
John W eil.
; Tu nkhanrock, March ZD, 1f64.
Treasure) s' Sale of Unseated Land In Wy
oming County.
is hereby given, that under and by
1\ virtue of th- Several Acts of assembly of the
| Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, passed for the col
j lection of taxes on unseated lands, the Treasurerot
| W mining C 'unty, will, on the second Monday (to
j wit. 13tL) June A. I>. 1864, at the Court House, in
[ the Rorough of Tutikharnoek, expose to Public sale,
| the following tracts and parts of tracts of unseated
land, fur the taxes and costs on them respectively.
L Sale to commence at one o'clock P. M.
EATOX,
36 of Eddy George, Eaton 81,02.
66 *• Thomas Elizabeth 1 1,70.
lUO " Weshart William, " 2.60.
50, " llailowell John, •' 1.23
140 " Thoiuas Joseph, " 3,64.
210 " Lewis David, " 6,24.
320 •' Ro .s Thomas, " 9.36.
439 Bridge James " 11.42.
439 Fisk Williams, " 11,42.
439 Fowles Samuel, " 11,42.
200 of Hoof Jaines, Falls, 5,20.
* FORKSTOX.
400 Bntterton William, Forkston, 13,80.
406 It'jwjian Solomon '• 14,01.
41K) Barker or Barton John " 13,80.
4<fi Bradley Hannah, " .'4.01.
300 of Bowman Joseph " 10!33.
41)6 Bartlett Joseph, " 14,01.
406 Bird or lbiird Benjamin ' 14,01. "
266 of Bryce John, " 9,13
423 C'lymer Daniel, 14,76
100 of Cotinger James, " 3,'13.
406 Carman Samuel, " 1401.
406 Cannon Nichols " 1401
306 of Carman John. " 10.48.
Kit) •' Cnsman Fredrick, " 3,43
* 100 '• Campbell Robert, " 3 43.
406 Delong Peter, " 14.01.
406 Delong Simon, " 14J)1.
407 Delong William, " 143)1.
407 Delong John, *' 14,01.
306 of Dzwilt Aaron, " 10,43.
203 li Dewitt Andrew, '- 7.11.
306 •' Dewitt'Thomas. " 10!4S.
440 Dennison Thomas, " 13,13.
406 Fish Thomas. " ll'oi
436 Fowler Edwards, " 15.03.
437 Frv Job.i, •' 13,12
4iO 1- ish Joseph, " Ij's.o.
406 Gore Daniel, 14 0U
130 of Grout Paul, " 5 19.
13'J II ill William. " 13,13.
4>9 Hall or Hill Sarah, '• 15.1-v
406 Kin.lull Wi Haul, " 14 01.
71 of King Siiniuel, " 2.69
100 Knox John, 11 • 13,80*.
400 Knox Samuel. " 13, ( -'J.
130 of Law Will:*rn. " 6,19.
423 Sanders George, " 14.7(5.
31") of M'-Laugnlin John, ■' 10.33
2(.'d '• NT Liughiin Jamts, " 6 90. i
2:'o " .Morse William, " 6.90.
439 Muzzy Amos, '• 15.13.
390 of Miller Miry, 1033.
400 Oker John. " 13,80.
410 Patton Isaac, 11.11.
437 Heed Coi lison, " 13,12.
402 Rcnsbaw Richard, " 13,50.
200 of Stephens Anna, " 6,90
439 Stephens Simon, " 1,5 13.
325 of White Sunu I, " 11,17.
31)1 " White Ronert. " 10',50.
400 White James, " 13 80*
4"0 White John, " I3'so.
4.0 Yarriugton John, " 14,45.
I.KMOX.
96 of Harvey George, Lemon, 2,50.
113 Ramsey 11 t H Trumbell '• 2,94.
55 " Ramsey Henry, " 1,44.
106 " Hunter Patrick, " 2'74.
63 •• Hunter James, " 1.76.
125 '• Hunter P & Joseph, 11 3,24.
99 " Hunter P. Samuel " 2.58
51 " llirtman llenry, " 1.34.
43 '■ Fry Joseph, Meshoppen, 1.12.
92 -! Fry James, " 2 40.
MOXRCE.
400 AllenSamuol, Monroe, 25 60.
439 Bettcrdon Jacob, 1 28 10.
406 Bradley Hannah, " 25.'97.
321 of Baily Daniel, " 20 51.
40) Campbell Junes " 25,60
400 Campbell Margaret " 25,60.
399 of Dougherty Richard, " 24,88.
406 Downing Reuben, " 25.97
4'ti Davis Jonathan jr. " 25.97.
400 Derhyshire John, " 25,60.
405 Delany Maynard, " 25.'91.
376 of Delany Fanny, " 24J7.
400 Espy George, " j
173 of Good Thomas, '' 11.07. i
400 Galllup Eunice, " 25 60.
409 Gridley Daniel " 26,10.
400 Harmison Wallaee, " 25,60. |
439 Hermans William, " 20.10.
275 of McKnigbt David, " 17,61.
400 McCoy Ephriam, " 25.'60.
110 Nash Phineas. * u 27,22.
431 Calnier Asher i " 27'.59.
409 Pierce John, •- 25,96.
400 Palmer William, " 25]60.
423 Renimgton John, " 27,38.
439 Rensliaw Ann, " 28.10.
439 Renshaw John, " 28,10.
388 of Stewart Mary,
439 Stephens Simon, " 28,10.
119 Smit- Tetcr 11 26,74.
106 Trip Joiiri, ■' 25,97,
406 Todd John, " 25,97.
126 ol Wyllis Geo. £. Johii " 8,05.
NORTUB BANcn.
410 Barkley George. North Branch, 11,49.
130 of Little Samuel, " 3.64.
400 Covel Mathew, " 11 20.
362 of Corel Oralia, < lOll!
410 Davis Huldah, 11.13-
300 of F"ih Jabez, << sou
400 Fish Sareh, •< 11-'0
410 Ilagannan John, < 11 .13 !
410 llall Js 111 os, " 11 -IS* 1
110 Joh-ison Jacob, " ll'4s'
410 Johnson Johoida, P " 1148
410 Johuson Christianna, " llYfi'
00 of Lenox William, " .q'liQ
•>25 " Mason Abraham, *• 914'. i
110 MeCray Robert. " lIMB i
110" McCray Samuel, n 40
'-"25 of I'hipps Thouias, •• 62i
421 " I rit/. Christopher, Nicholson, IJJ
188 " Harvey George, 48b i
TCXKHAXXOCK.
63 " Ifarvey Job, Tuukhannock, 1,64.
441 " llepier George. " 11 '46 !
JSO " Tliomi'so 1 William, " 3.'sß.
145 '' Thompson Samuel, •' 3J6.
90 of Hampton Samuel Washington, 2 34. |
61 Hampton Samuet. . " ]53 - |
J VME3 L. MCLLISON. Tre 'surer. !
Trea*urerp Office, ? i 1
Turk u- v 2' jr ti <
i I
Registers Notice.
S Notice is hereby given to all persons interested,
that the following accounts have been filed in tho
l Registers office at Tnnkhannork, and will be prcsen
j ted to the Orphans Court of Wyoming County, to be
; heid at Tunkhunnock on the 18th, day of April next
i for confirmation'and allowance. The pirtial arc , of
i T. D. Spring Administrator of the Estate of G. D.
| Lacy late of BrsftJtritn Township deceased- Filed
. Feb'y 4th. 1664-
• The Final account of Merrit W. Smith Adminis
trator of the Estate of Joel Dibble late of Winuhaia
| Township, deceased, Filed Feb'y 19th, 1864.
Final account of Henry W. F.asset and Elizabeth
| Whitcomb, Administrators of the Estate of L K.
j Whitcomb, late of Windham Township, deceased,
j Filed Feb'y,6th 1861
I Final account of Charles B. Reynolds Executor of
| the E tate of II B. Turner 1 ite of Lemon Township
deceased, Filed Feb'y, 19th, 1864.
Final account of Win M.Kuno Administrator of
ibe Estate of Abner Jackson late of Falls Township,
deceased Filed Feb'y, 26th, 1864.
Final account of Sarah B.Morgan. late Sarah A
! Jenkins, Guardian of Joe Jenkins son of David B.
Jenkins late of Tunkhannock Township, deceased
j Filed March stb, IS6I.
Final account of Win. F. Cairl Administrator of
j the Estate of Nathan Parrish, laic of Monroe Tev.a
--j ship, deceased, Filed March 10th, 18C4
i Registers Office, Tunkh in ) , ~
nock March 14th, 1364 l° L ' 1 ARBISB 1 e S M - r '
ittii iiiimiir
| /as!}ioiiniiif rntttnn,
AND SHAMPOOING SALOON.
i Shop Opposite May
nard's Hotel.
Ladies' haircut in the most fashionable style, ei
ther at his Saloon, or their residence, if desirable.
Mr. Berlingbof is recently from New Y'ork city,
where be was employed in the best establishments
and consequently feels warranted in guaranteeing
satisfaction to all who may favor him with their eus
om.
HAIR AND WHISKERS DYED
To any desirable shade, without injury to it, or dis
coloring the skin,
THE BUST HAIR DYE IN USE,
For sale, with full and practical directions for
applibatiou*
Hell's Sbectlic Pills—Warranted in all Cases,
can be relied on ! Never fail to cure ! Do not
nauseate ! Are speedy in action ! No change of di
et required! Do not interfere with business pursuits !
Can be used without detection! Upward of 200
cure- this month—some of them very severe casts
Over one hundred phy-icians have used them in their
practice, and all speak well of their efficacy, and
approve of their composition, which is entirely vege
table, and harmless on the system. Hundreds of |
certificates can be shown.
BULL'S SPKCIFK PII.LS are tho original and oniy
genuine Specific Pill. Tiiey ire adapted for male
and female, old or young, and the only reliable retne
dj- for effecting a permanent and speedy cure in all
cases of Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness, with :
all its train of evils, such as L'rotheral and Vaginal '
Discharges. Gleet, tho Whites, Nightly or Involunta- j
rily Emission, Ineontinuen e, Genital Debility I I
Irritability, Impotence, Weakness or Loss of Power,
Nervous Debility, Ac , te., all of which arise princi
pally from Sexual Excesses or Self Abuse, or same
constitutional derangement, and incapacitates the
sufferer from fulfilling the duties of married life. In
all sexual diseases, as Gonorrhea. Gleet, an! Strict- j
ores, and in Diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, I
they act as n charm ! Relief is experienced by tak- I
ing a single box.
Sold by nil the principal druggists. Price SI
They will be s-nt by mail securely sealed, and
conSden'ially, on receiptor the money, by
J BRYAN, M* D.,
NIL 76 Cedar Street Few York,
Consulting Physician for the treatment of Seminal,
Urinary, Sexual, and Nervous Diseases, who will
send, free to all, the following valuable work, in
sealed envelope :
THE FIITIFTN Tuoi SAXD — Dit BELL'S TREA
TISE on Self-Abuse, Premature decay, Impotence
and Less of Power, Sexual Diseases, Seminal Weak
ness, Nightly Etuis-ions, Genital Debility, Ac., Ac.
a pamphlet of 61 pages, containing important advice
to the afflicted, and which should be read by every
sufferer, as the means of cure in the severe t stages
is plainly set forth. Two stamps required to pay
postage.
IMPORTANCE TO LMITES —I>R. TIARVFY'S FEMALE
PILLS have never yet failed in removing difficulties
arising from obstruction, or stoj page of nature, or in
restoring the system to p rfect healih when suffering
rfrom Spinal affections, Prolapsus, Uteri, the Whites
or other weakness of the Uterine Organs The Pills
are perfectly harmless on the constitution, and may
be taken by the most delicate female { without caus
ing distress—the same tiino they act like a charm
by srengthening, invigoratoing end restoring the
system to a healthy condition, and by bringtng on
the monthly period with regularity, no matter ft .m
what cnuesdheobstruction may arise. Tn-y should
however, NOT lc taken during the first three orfour
months, of pregnancy, t inugh safe at any other
t me, as miscarriage would bo the' esult,
Each box contains 60 Pills. Price Si.
DR. HARVEY'S TUE \TISE on diseases of Fe
males, Pregnancy, Miscarriage, Barrenness, Sterili
ty, Reproduction, and Abuses of-Nature, and
emphatically the Ladi s Pri.ato Medieal Ad
viser, a pamphlet of 61 pages, sent free to any
address Six cents required to pay postage.
The Pills and book will be sent by mail when de
sired securely sealed, and prepaid, by
J.BRYAN, M. D., irenerai Agent
No. 76 Cedar it . New Y'ork.
[ iT Sold by all the principal druggists.
Jan 2(k 1964 v-3-n-23-ly.
Court Proclamation.
ITTHEREAS?. the Hon. WM. EDWELL, l'rest
* ■ dent Judge of the Court of Common Ploas anp
Court ot General Quarter Sessions of tho Peace, and
tho President Justice of the Court of Oyer and Ter
miner and General Jail Delivery, for the trial ofeap
ital and other offences, for the twenty-sixth Judicial
District of Penn'a. S. Roberts, andX. ii. Wells, EsqS.
Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas and
General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and Associ
ate Justices of Oyer and Terminer and General -Jail
Delivery of the County of Wyoming, have by their
precept to me directed, ordered
A GENERAL COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER
AND GENERAL J YIL DELIVERY,
to l>e held at Tunkhnanock on Monday the 18th day
April A. D., 1864.
Notice is therelore hcreoy given to the Coroner, all
Justices of the Peace and Constables within the Coun
ty of Wyoming, that they be and appear in their pro
per persons nt the time and place above mentioned,
with their rolls, records, inquisitions, examinations,
recognizances and other remembrances, to do those
things which to their offices in that behalfrespeeiive
ly belong.
Not ice is also given that those who crc bound by
recognizances to prusc-nte the prisoner? that nra or
shall be in the Juil of Wyoming County, (hatthey be
then and there to prosecute them n. shall be just.
AIIIRA GAY,
Bbt riff.
Sheriff's Office, )
Tuukhanuock, March 23, lSt34. 'I
PENSIONS :
Under thu act of Congress <>f Julv litU 18C, ahy
soldier in the army ©t the tubed States, who a.is
been, since the 4th of March lo(Sl, or who shall be
disabled by wound or disease, contracted in the ser
vice, is entitle i to a pension of front Eight to thirty
Dollars per mouth, according to his disability and
rank.
And iu case of death of any soldier iroui wound or
disease contracted in thi service, bis wifVi or personal
representatives arc entitled, to the sauie to which ho
would have beau cntitlad if totally disabled-
The undersigned will attend to the procurtnent of
such pensions for those who ore entitled ttcuU.
Tanhh-innnek, / v t t -
ftr < X. Fe 5 w Lrrrzt.
IMPORTANTto females
1 -PILLS/
r R OCL MAT ION!
TO THE LADIES f
II ot li Married and Single.
THE OLDEST REGULATOR FOR FEMALES.
PR.CIIEESEMAS'S FEMALE TILLS
Will immediately relieve, without pain, all disturb
-1 mice of the periodic discharge, whether arising troin
ridaxtion or supprcs-i >n. They ac< like a charm ia
removing the pains that accompany difficult o. im
moderate menstruation, nni ?re the only safe und
reliable remedy for Flushes Sick Headache, Pains
in the Loins, Back and Sides, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervous Tremors, Hysterics, Spasms, Broken
Sleep and other unpleast nt and uangerous effects of
: an unnatural condition of the sexual functions. In
j the worst cases of Fluor Albus. or Whites, they ef-
I feet a speedy cure,
DR. CHEESEMAX'S FEMALE PILLS
Have been used OVER A (jBARTER OF A CEX
j TI'RY. They a.re offered as the only safe means of
: renewing interrupted menstruation, but Toadies must
\ bear in mind that there is oar, condition of the ft
j m ilt system in which the Pills cannot he taken
; miihout ftroducinsc a I'KCI'LIAII RESULT.—
i The condition referred to is I'KEGNANCY—
; there "I',, Ml XCAIi li I AGE, Such is the irresist-
I iblt tendency of the medicine to restore the sexual
\/unctions toa normal cond tion. that even the pro
ditctire power of nature cannot resist it TIIEY
j CAXXOT DO HARM in any other way.
PR.CHEESEMAX'S FEMALE PILLS
Arc the oifnjto.Aicinc that M \RRIED AN D SIN
OLE LADIES have relied upon for many years, or
can rely upon now. BEWARE OF IMITA
TIONS ! These Pills form the Finest Preparation
crer put fonrard with IMMEDIATD and PER
SISTENT SI'CCESS. DON'T RE I) EC El V
ED. Take this advertisement to your Druggist,
an I tell him that you want the BEST and most
R ELI A RLE REM A LE MEDICINE IN THE
Vi'Oß LD , which is comprised in
PR. CIIEESEMAX'S FEMALE PILLS !!!
They have received, and are now receiving the
sanction of the most eminent Physicians in Amer
;
EXPLICIT DIRECTIONS wi'h each Box-the
i pri.-o. One Dullurper Box, containiug from 50 to
i (30 pifb.
| Pills sent by mail, promptyl by remitting the
i pri. eto the Proprietors, or any authorized Ag.nt,
in current funds.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
II ETCHINGS A IIILLYER, PROP notion's,
6 i Cedar Street, - eee York.
\'ijT Sold in TunKhannock, by J XV. Lyman, in
Mo tro-jc. by A'de Turn 11. in Scrunton by L. S. A
E. <1 Fuller, in Faetoryville by all Druggists
A LA MODE.
THE LATEST FROM NEW YORK.
I O*
MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEAST'REIN
again informing her friends, and the ladies gen
erally, that she has received, and is still receiving
a large and we,l selected assortment of
fall and winter goods,
Consisting f 11 \ TS. EON NETS. ItlllllONS,
I-T.OSSES, FEA I'HERS, LACES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all art 1 s usually
found in a
YM 1,1.1 A jci ftY STORE.
She ii -i's a call from all requiring GOODS in
her line, before porcha-ing clsewhe.e. Mrs Stark
can be found at the boose f rtht rlv occupied bjr Hen
ry .-lark in the l> ■rnugii of Tu.ikhunnock, ready and i
willing to serve all who may favor her with a call.
Tunkhiwnock, Oct. I-t. 1?63.
MANTUA-MAKING.
Yl e have secured the sendees of an experienced
and at all times will he prepared to Fit and Make !
Presses in the latest and most approved manner.— j
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, wc '
remain
Yours, Resj eetfully.
MRS. A. G. STARK.
The I ndenigtiod, having nmved to Wilkesharre, j
would rcsjiectfuilv r.sk her frkwL and old customers
to gi.e Mrs A (.. MAUK, a call before purchasing '
elsewhere . j
MRS. C. T. MARSH i
Tunkhaunock, April 13, 1063.
FitßSli
GROUND
UWBURNT
CAYUGA
FOR sale; ■
AS CHEAP AS THE
CHEAPEST,
BY
E. MOWREY, Jr., j
Mrs?,, ppen. Pa.
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
Vi hereas Letters of Administration to tho Estate
o. m. Pail.in.l, 1 to ol lulls Township, <lecciti**ri •
have been granted to the subscribei. All persons
indebted to the su d estate arc requested to make
itmnedi ste payment, and those having claims; t gainst
the estate of said dcrenJcnt will make known the
same without delay, to
Tun'ichnnnock, I'a. > _
I March 23, 4 SO4 O. DDo o itt Administrator
NOTICE.
Whereas letters testamentary to tho estate of
Judson Auinick, lute of Eaten Township, Wyoming
County, deseaed, have been granted to the sub
scriber, at! persons indebto Ito the said Estate are
requested to make immediate p.ymcuts, and those
having lemaiias or claims against the estate of the
said dee dent will make known the same, duly
authenticate witkoat dtla .-to
... ... EtrrLi. At Mcew
Mebcopwiy Match oth, ISG4. Executor.
A D 311 X IsTlt ATORS, SOTIC C.
M horens Lettsrs of Administration to the Estate
of hi ikiai Mowrey Jr. late of Mcshoppen Township
deeoase I hnvc been granted to the subscribers. All
persons indebted to the said estate are requested to
imiko immediate payment, and those having claims
against tho estate of said daeoudeut will uiuke known
tho same, without delay, to
Meshoppen, Pa. ) E. J MOWREY Ados'
March 3, 1654 S EUNICE M MOW RE Y Adm'
I r IME FORARMEBSTAS '"XrrßflOzE'
!IJ fore tin at VERi'OJf
?upr. 16 TE-31.
FSliB
I
i -FOR—
j
!
Bargains.
WAR OR NO WAR,
THE PEOPLE ARE BOUXD TO HAVE
; 0. L. HALLSTEAD AND SON
J have just received, and are constant
ly receiving, a large stock ot'go ds,
consisting of
Dry Goods,
Groceries,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Hats,
Caps,
Hoots,
Shoes,
Hosiery,
Ready
-3lade
Clothing,
Rooks,
Stationery,
VVaii Paper,
Window
Paper,
Drugs,
Paints,
Oils,
Glass,
Sash,
Nails,
Lime,
Flour,
Nalt,
Fish,
Pork,
Clover and
Timothy
Seed,
Soap,
Candles,
Grind' Stones
Plow-
Castings,
a id everything usually kept in first
class stores.
GREAT BARGAINS
-IX—
Dry Gomls.
We arc now prepared to exhibit all
the moat popular varieties of Fall
U ud Winter Dress Goods, Ladies
lothes, : bawls, Flanne's, Hosiery,
Balmord Skirts, Nubias, Hoods,
Bontags, Scarfs, Under Garments,
&c. &c.j all at very low prices.
. L. HALLSTEAD SON.
WANTED.
11 kinds of Fanners Produce.—
L umber, h ingles, Wool Socks, Sheep
Pelts, Beef Hides, and everything
that will sell : for which the highest
market price will be paid.
NICHOLSON. July '20.. 18G3.
Auctionif Auction!!!
L. C ComcLif, ticked noctioneor under the Thfo
! aw of Congress, offers bis serrice to all persons b.v
--1 lag p.opQXty to sell bv vendue or Auction.
X 3 Bkk&BBOtk March 2sl 18S4 L C COFKLTJ'.
NOT A RUM DRINK
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
V E GET A II L E L X Tli A CT.
A ITRF, TOXIC,
IIIAT WILI RELIEVE THE AFFICTED, AKD
Not ma lie Drunkards.
DILI HQ BRAKE'S
GERMAN BiTTES,
PREPARED BY
UK. C X*. JACIvSOY,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
V> ILL LI FECTLALLY AXD.MOST CERTAINLY
URE ALL DISK SES
ARI.-:;;;A FROM A
DISORDERED f IVI.R, STOMACH OR
iv! U \ L V r,
: HIOUMNDS • <ur citi.r :ns RE suffering frtiu IDVI-
I" I'""4#' 1 ' I. ii 1 I .isf asts, ;n I ;o w Lorn the fol
| lowing JI- MM APPLY— we guarantee *
IIOG; LAN L/'.S G KIT MAX BITTERS
WILL CURE THEM.
IIOOI'LAX D'S GERMAN HITTERS
• V ' ILL CURE EVERY CASE OF
Chronic or Nervous DebUlty, Disease, T
the kidneys, AND DLeaees arising From
a Disordered Stomach.
01, LL\ E JUL FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Organ*:
CoMtipation, fnward PFLES, Fullnes or Blood.
• A '• ,r > '• '• S'omatk, Sum n fcart
' : '■ Weight FSJ
• ' SINKING or Flattering aft
tin- . I. - I in. -.I winning of the Head N UR _
JJJ* J ■' 1 ■ ■ 1 lettering of the Heart
(. IJOK'CJJ or .VJFF ting .SUM. TIMID when in a lvi™
L";" ! ;"V• ;"f i,,P - tM > • r .J
1 1 I '"'" ,n Head, Deletes**
"I I < I-S IRUT'.-N, Ytli VM,OOF THE Skin an Evef
Thistles !fIW% * <!,M ' IL '. Sudden
" •'£ • ' H b,ConstaatlM
agimngvef Evd, SOD GREAT Depression . Spirits.
i'ARTICL LAI{ NOTICE
Tturr'irc. „ j preparation* sold under the name
q Hitter... put tip "i quart Bot'U--. compounded (S
on ' costing from
20 toiG.cenls per failon, the taste disguised* Amies
or Lot lander >■ a
, Icau *cdandv 111 continue
tocau, as long as they can be sold, hundreds to die
: ■; -f""'By fhr.tr use the system
</' l; t , I J' j ■ influence of Alcoholic
s <; V'' " * DT * IRI f°' Liquor
ci • and kept up, and tht result 'ailthc hor
rors alii MOM Uf on u drunkard' oud d- ith.
Fr thou i ehod lire and will have Liquor
R !mu h . ' '•• Get** 1.0
i Hu.dj.at.dV ma.. Din, ls n „j mit
■ D ood brandy or Wbla-
I-,,'. A, ' ; . " ; P rc i tration fnat vill
INVRF' " ""tieinalnrlues and true excellence
\anjot. num-roue Liquor Biilers in the market,
and Kill rot much l lea. You icill hues all the
'■ a J " irt connection, with
! °- Lt 9 at a much lessprite ihan
1 • Mt P r *P*ratwns will co.-t you.
| IIOOFLAXD'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL GIVE YOU
* > >• rPJETITE,
. . WILL GIVE YOU
6THOXG I!EAI/I'IIy NERVES
..... . WILL GIVE YOU '
MU;?H. A X I) E\ERGEIT(' FEEUVGS
M ILL E.V.VIJLE YOU TO
SLKKT V.J-.M..
AND VfILL POSITIVELY. PREVENT
YELLOW FEVER, IMLLOFS FEVER, I 0
Tiiose #uiT-;ing trom
Broken down and Jul,rate Constitutions,
}*roii uiialcfver cau-f *, either in
MALE AM) FEMALE,
WILL TTXD IN
LLOOI' LA . D'S GERMAN HITTERS
A REMEDY
TH IT IRI;I ret re the to th ir UDUAL health. Sach
: IN IAN. ES, and A
R A " " JUIRE 1 to Ir< * ■ the assertion.
From Res. J Neielon Brown, D. P . Editor of the
Lncyri'pedia <7 Re!i?ious KrtCirledire.
A! !i ii'tii r.'.t -ii-j 'to favor er reeomtnend Pat
ent Medivini s '.i gi neral, throegfa ,ii trust of their
maredi an i . ffe< fa, I yot kn >r < i no sufficient
re ■ wl v.i man may not testify to the U-uetirhe
believes himself to bare received from any gimaie
pn ;• .ration, hi Hie hope that he m .. thus. '.ntiibute
to the bew.'fit of others.
I .!<> tlii-the ii, n iiiv i • ard to IT .ofinnd's
German BiUere, pre] .red by Dr. C M Jtckgeh, of
tl is city, became I wis prejudiced agn nst them for
uiny }•> 111-, un-ier th • in.;..n that they were
• •hit-fly iin ai'-riiohe mixtuu- jain in.fehtt.-Ci to my
friend 11-hert maker. U,,,.. f., r the removal of
TLI;- I r < LICE by prop, r TEST*, ana fi.r ENFOURNGEMENT
to try turin. wh n suifnirn; from great and longcon
fanned The use of three bottfcs of these
liitters, nt the I.rgiiiiiingof the j.r sent year, was
followed by evident relief, ami rcstorn tion to n de
gree of b "ID y an i mental vigor which I bid not felt
: I six IUOMLS 1 I-E. NIL i J... 1 almost -tr-j .ired of
reg.-imng I the, j ,yo :H (,'od and MV fiietdfor
directing IN ♦<> 11,.. ~-O_TIF th. M
PHILAU A, June 23,1561. J NBWTM Baoonr.
DISEASES GF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER,
IU \ ONTIG or Aged, HALE OR Ffiualc,
Speedily removed, and the patient rc- wred to health.
DEL ICA TE C HIL D/? EX,
| Tlio.-e Mtfleriiig fr.nii HAH ASHUS, v. is:m., nwav
I with SMrcely any flesh on tht ir I nes, are cured in A
j very >lu.it time: one bottle in su b case% wfa have
• a most sutpvistng effect
| Having suffering ehiMreii IIJ above, in ; wishing FO
I raise them. ill never regret the day they comiaenc
• ED with thc-c Litters
1.11 EH Ai; V M EX. ST V I)E NTS,
I And those working hai i with tin ir I rail SHOUT I al
ways KEEP a bottle ot UO LIA P, LT, ITCRS MR
! theui, „> they will TIN I mi; h eoeiir f loin its u. C, to
J poth nun lan 1 ...I Jy, i,I ig< R.: IANIAN T not depressiug.
IT IS NOT A LULL OK M IHI LAXT,
AND LEAVES NO PROSTRATION.
ATT£HTiOV'7sOLBS£SSI
ANU 11113 Fill KM). OF SOLIIIEUS.
Yl'c call attcrtion of all havirg v -t it r.nsov frierds
in tiie nniiy :.i the taol that " IIOOFLAND S Ger-
J man Bitters wilt .n:'.' nine tenths ofthe diseases in
Utte In Mi" list, pul li bed almost daily in the news*
p.t|>en=, on the arrival . f the -it:, it u : be nntice i
; tli it a cry large proportii n are suffering ftfnmdebii
ity. Eva rv < as.-, f that h i I van I e reauilv cured
by Hnoflaud's German liitttra. We have mi boit*>
ti-.ii in stating th .t, if th Rirters were fr. tiv used
: among our 1. 1: r-. II ■ FS OF liws might be saved
that otherwise would HE ! ■.
Iho pio; r etorsfir.' :!y re living thankful letters
I from sufferers u the army and bospitala, who have
lectin*,.;. J ? i-e sli U i.v the u>v of these Pilterr.
vent to them by their frivu !-
CLIVAUR op COUNTERFEIT®.
; SEC fhat F!. S .-PI I - M. .JACKSUN''
: is I N the WRXTFPER f ich BultUt.
RRIA-S prr Ilutilr *J rrr.FS,
OR Hall L)V>'. I M SLOO,
Should Tour no-IRCD drug .tst nut liato THE articlo
; do not be put off by any el' rtie intoxicating pie; ar J-
J t '" , ? 'hat may bo • fere lin ill p| I, but ;" nj to as
an Iwe v!.i lot...trJ, as tit pa itoi, bvexporss
Prineipal Otlicc arid Manurnrtorv,
BO.SS) AS CHS Tr.rr.%
JONES & . EVENS,
(Stieec-sors to C M JMX,O.\ .*
r*t opviciors.
• * */* 1 5 R•' At- ITS AND IT .-ultra it GV
c.v totm .U