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aiming Tiraw of Pnxsengefr Trains, June
.1 -'I. IH.
■ BuBTBWAStf. 1' L4ATI MUfiIWAKD 3
m- | fHist j j f'tiMt- Act*) a;- I
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. M. P. M. j !A. M, P. M, | j
v 0(f 6.40 Crest Bend 7,40 ' 2.2 d
1.35 Ij.fl Stfr $ foftl ?.sy 213 .;
1.00 -fiTJO M.adrom 8,20 :; 15 ; I
12 23 5,34 !i 'phdttoia 34i 3,50 i
31,50 s,ii> Ni-hoimn 9,00 4,25 i
11 '' > 4". l la ryviUe- 9.24 5.15 ]
10 .'5 4.10 AMiigtiiti 9.40 5'49 I i
30,10 4N2 PUrk' Summit 9.43 6.09 ,
10.10 4.10 S,'R.UTUJi 10.20 6,:>0 j
AM 3,42 (I;.yrrille-• • • 10.49 P.M. ,
co ■••• 3,29 Dunuiiic 10.52 i
"4.--. 3,!7 M.,—w ••••• 11,02 '"3u
• 2.49 Tcbrhxna* 1t.40 he
- t 2'J Fork* 11;5V £
► 102 OnkUnd 12,17
_ .... 1,35 SpragueVille 12.43
3 •••• 124 Stroudsturg 12,54 -•••♦ 55 ;
qe ... 1.93 Water Gjap 1,08 ••••■£.
* .... 12,47 Mounr Botbcl 1.24 ••••>
L, .... 11.35 J|cli-*iro- 1,50
.... 12.10 'Mpmuuka Cbuuk*. 1.55
• ••• 12,02 BrrigevUTe-••'• ••• • 2.' 4 V.
•••• U. 54 Oxford 2.15 ■■••J
1 IAS Washington 2,28 •••• I
.... 1 New Hampton 2,45
A* M.'Change for l'hil.•• P M. ••••
The Passenger T1 al 11 Northward
Leaves Now Hampton om the orrivat of the Mail |
fraiu whicii leaves NEW YORK atß.lo A. M., and j
I4ANUNKA CHUNK on the arrival of the Train ■
vhich leave? PHILADELPHIA. 'Kensington Do
-10I) at 7*15 A. M. At SCRAXTON this Train i
■takes close connection? with trains on the LACK* J
1 WANNA A BTOOMSBUBG and DELAWARE A
IUDSON Railroad?, and at Groat Bond with the
Hail Tram on the Eric Railway going West.
Tne Passenger Train Southward
weaves Great Bend alter the arrival of the Cineinnat !
l.tpress trom tlie West, connoctiug at Sorunton j
vilh Trains ou the Lucknw.-inna an I Blnmnsburg i
.n<l Delaware and lluls in Railroads ; at Manunka '
.'nunk with the train for Philadelphia, and at ;
Vew Hampton with Trains for Ye* York, the Le
igh Valley, nlrrisburg, Ac. Passenger? by tliis
rain arrive in New York at 5.50, in Philadelphia !
•t 6,30, aul ia liarrisburg at 8 20 P. M.
The Accommodation Train
tforlhwarA,'Connects at Great Dend with the Day '
-Jxpress going West, by which passengers arrive at
th*ea and Syracuse the same day.
Southward, leaves Great Bend after the arrival of
he New Y'oik Express going East.
£7ff* A" Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway
top at Great Bend.
WATTS COOKE, Supt.
R A. HENRY, Gen. Tkt. Agent.
CHICAGO TIMES, j
GEN. ' lI'CLELL N'S REP RT.
A CHEAP EDITION.
Wc hare now ready, in cheap book form (patter
uovors,) Ge* McCEELLAN'S REPORT, as originally;
transmitted to the War Department, by hint As j
this is a document of the most extraordinary publi • .
Interest, it ought to have universal circulation. It
ought to be road by every man, woman and child
in the country. It is supplied as follow? at Mtis
1 2 copies 53,00
2. copies .1,00
SO copies. 9,00
Single copies, 30 cents-
Postage, single copy RO.Ofi
" 2 copies Oti
4 " IO
" O '* 14
12 " 2H
' 25 '• 5 0
" 5 O " , 1,10
Which in all coses must be prepaid.
STOREY A WORIJEN,
CHICAGO 111. i
A LA MODE.
THE LATEST FROM XK'.V YORK.
MRS. A. c;. STARK, TAKESPLEASURE IN
aga n informing her friends, and the ladies gen
erally, that she has received, and is still receiving
large and weil selected assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Consisting of II ATM, BONNETS, RIBBONS,
FLOSSES, FEA THERM, I,U ES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in abort all art i e usually
found in a
MILL! YE BY 8 T 0 B E.
She solicits a call front all requiring GOODS in
her line, before purchasing elsewhe.e. 31rs Stark
can be found at the house formerly occupied by Hen
ry Sterk in the borough of Tunkhannock. ready and
willing to serve all who may favor her with a call.
We have secured the services of an experienced
and at all times will be prepared to lit and Make
Dresses in the latest and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
April 27, ISG4
T II E
TUB PUBLISHERS DP
THE PIIILA I) EL P 11 1 A AGE,;
Will is<ae a Campaign Sheet for the Democratic '
and Conservative ina?ses.
It will be printed on a large sheet of lino white
paper at such rate! ns will bring it within the
each of all, It will support the nominees of the
Democratic National Convention, the full proceed
ing? of which will be published in its columns. It
will boldly advocate the lights of the white man,
and fearlessly sustain all the constitutional rights
of the citizen, no matter from what quarter they
m*v be assailed.
Tne first aumoer will he issued about the sth of
Aiigutt. The whole numbor will be thirteen fol- |
lowing each other weekly, until the Presidentia '
election, the result of which will be contained in '
the fiual number. Democratic and Conservative !
Club?, County Committees, Agents and all inter
•ted in the cause are invited to co-operate in the
THE CAMPAIGN AGE.
The CAMPAIGN AGE, ot Thirteen Numbers.
Sinalk Copirs for the series, 50 cents. 1
1* Clubs of not lest than 20 to one address 45rts
I* CLUBS of not less than 50 to one addres? 43
w ,- ra "^order, and NO VA
RIATION VV ti.fid!E MADB IN ANY Ct 'V
FROM THE ABOVE TERMS. "
rdero should be gen tin iuiitediateiv to
QLOMBRENNEB & WETJH
HO t'heetuui street, ■
5: fsf' pth.law a trwtU.-wi..-. rcptati ¥ r,. Jf .?_bc*!
yen .I-c •' te- .r.d A' ipe* 6 1• ? rdwutinß
of ail r"Sewing 'fa- flincs .'Bt off' to
pa! lie- X oVb<" r Sgwif.g Macnicc ha? rov
neat v f.fi.' r SfipLa-OvJi 'or Hctumtrg, liißjtfcg .gll- 1
ing Tu. k itg. dM&eritifi Gu*g t:g, lbnpiifr. EfT- j
br. iering, Cormtig, on 1a fmih. No Eatrdly ;
Sewing )j i< hine has so trnr-'i cap-wity fir i gr- it ;
varittV of work ' I' will *w Of yh th. !
1 with h!; kind? of Hirrj 1. ti-t|iM 'eceftt im- j
pruvetaent? make oar i aaflfb Xiachino most
rehinble. and tao'j siurolde, ami trust eert iin in ac- !
ti it: at all rate? of j -cL It make? the interlocked '.
stitch, which is tl: :t iti' .h k; , Any otic, ev
en of the most ordinary capacity, can ep at a glance, ,
hatv to 11-" tli" i tier A i amiiy Seyvit.g Machine
Ourl'iii:."v 'cwit.g M.-.ci.iti'? rrc f:t. : -tied hi c-lmste
an I extja - ! .'e siyle i
The l ulling t n-c rf tiic Family Machine is a
piece tf cunning v.oj km unship of the umst useful .
kin I. It prote ;h the Nvheri hot in ne, and
wheat about to I r o| ernfed may t c opened 11s a apa
ciou an I subs'anfial table to sustnir th work.— J
While t itn of the Case?, made out of tbe choicest '
Woods are finished in the simplest sod eh*?te?t man- !
cer possible. ot!:;r' s?e adorned tti.d embelished in
lh most co 'y an t superb uiair crs.
It is ttbsolutaly nece s.try to see fit" Family Ma- 1
( htn n operation, so as to judge Of its great capaci
ty tin 1 bounty. 1
it i? fast bee ming as papular far family sewing
:;s our manufacturing machines aro for raanufr.etnr- |
iho Branch otrices are well supplied with silk,
twist, thread, needier oil, Ac., of the very best qual
Send for t I'AMrat.fT.
TIIE SINGER MAXTFACTURING COMPANY. I
453 Bro i iivay, New Yolk. ,
[ tXlice. 14) Chewtnut sfit.
3li:s. CT. .M.vr.str, ) , . . r ,r. t- !
~ , ' j Act. iu runkbannocK.
1> A. BAKPIVKLL, $ 0
g mw® smsa
r p HE mbs-riber has just received at his shop, over
i. ltaiikin-on's Store, in
I and will constantly keep on han t nil the latest
IMPROVED COIN] STVSS
Among which arc the " P.\i ttKIC." MIXER and
i "FX lON'' patterns, with PARLOR SioYESand
Heaters of everv descripiiou, which he offers for
at prices that will <b ty competition
Hi? stovi ire bought dire -tlv "I t!ie Mant'factur
cr.-at ALBAN4 \V I l.lv I SBARRE. PROVIDENCE
nmi SCRANTOX. lie is therefore enabled to sell
them atn s: tall advao e 1 ;i the original to t
TJH S SHEET-IROH,
! all kinds on ii-ind an 1 tut L to order Also
i I*lP, W AGON BO XB. V\" D KM G 11-
KIIOEK FOR SAFE.
The popular Cookin. Stove,
For st (J, u e 11,
! (Elevated oven) i now for the first, offered at
820 for 3 inch. 825 for 9 'nrh,
REPAIRS AND JOSBIRG
neatly an l promptly June.
Meshopj.cn, Dec 17th, IS62—v2nl9'y.
THE si"! sc tuber HAS n ad IXSUCCESSFUL
operrtiou. for several years, a
i ~f'~f l"f IT) O ' n ~T> "\f
ill X) ii & & Ti ±,
JA. O TSJ .T3 YA.,
j where all of the m ixt ai provml ?•! rare kinds of
FRUIT Ar ORNAMENTAL TZIEES
Can lie obt line 1.
Being eottv n-'cd from experience tiiat lii? Tree?
nn 1 Plants will give far better satisfm; 0u to the
Fruit-grower? of Wyoming County th in n.r grown
in other locahtie?. he eonli lently soli, itsthtii patron
He will make annual visit? either in person or by
hi? agents to most of the township? of Wyoming Co",
and ask? onl v that his specimen- mly be examined
and his method of dealing be tested.
Al' orders by letter oroiherwi?e, for Trees, vines or
pi' nts will be j iomptly attended to.
i.o3i-ly. D HARK INS.
HARDWARE & IRON
HUNT BED'S & StniE
OW OFFER FOfi SLE
1 IRON, STEEL, NAILS AND SPIKES. MINE
RAIL, RAILROAD SPHfES, ANVIJ.S,
BRLLOAVS. PLAIN A CONVEX
MER ED HORSE
! WROUGHT IRON,
C A RREN
(ALL WAR RAM EI )
lions. .-!•■ KES, FELLOES SEAT
SPIN DLLS. < A RRIAG E SPRINGS, AXLES ,
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL
BoTTS. NUTS. WASH
IIAIR. SHOVELS. V HITK LEAD
GLASS, Ac.. Ac.,
DOOHsf AND BLINDS
ON If AN D IN ASSORTMENT
AND MANUFACTURED 'lO ORDER
LEATHEER AND FINDINGS,
>l3-' LES. 1
Mrek 24. IM3 Ib3S- '
PLACE TO BUY
To AT Till!
STOT F. TIX.CUP VELL AN]>.B FL 1' FT-1 RON WA RE
WHERE MAY F.K FOUND al irge anl well. se
lected as..>r;mem of the inuat approved patterns,
consis'ing of COOKING, PARLOR and HEATING
; STOVES, for wood or coal, ami will bo sold at low
| We would call the attention of the puMie, and
farmers in particular, to our NEW . IjEYAI&D
! OVEN COOKING STOVE, for wood or ctal,
which for economy, durability and neatness of design,
cannot be surpassed. 1: is made with extra HEAVY
TOPS. COVERS nod VENTI!.FATED CENTRES,
1 and with front doors to slide. The oven and flues
: are unusully large, making it
! SUPERIOR TO AN V STOVE OF THE
ever brought into this market. It cannot fail to
give good satisfaction. Those in want of a
hould call and examine it before purchasing else
TLX, COWF.P, & SHEf.7-
~f all kill Is. ZINC, STOVE PIPE, IRON WARE
Ac., always on hand.
Merchants supplied with goods on reasons hit
terms Roofing, guttering and all kiuda of jobbing
1 will be promptly tteiid>*d to.
Ol,r> BRASS, COPPER, PEWTER, RAGS ant
IRON, WOOD and LI'MRER, SHINGLES, an>
most kin Is <if produce taken in exchange for goods
j and wares
Thankful for past patronage, we respectfully invitf
j all in want of anything in our line to give u- a call
j -Live an I let live." Quick sales and small profits
j is our uiotto.
E. F. SNOW A CO
Nicholson Sept.- 863.
Worth of Goods
ARRIVING AT THE
AT MILL I'A.
Now is vonr time to purshase
11ARD1V AR E,
BOOTS & SHOES'
II ITS & C APS
| Ami a Variety of other Articles too
Numerous to mention,
Cheaper Than fleer
J lias received direct trom the cities of
PHILADELPHIA & NEW-YORK
The Largest, Cheapest and Best
Fall and Wint Goods
j (Purchased entirely for Cash, over offered in MILL
TOWN, which he is selling at
UNO Al MON LOW P I CE S
His Ntoek, which he intends t(
keep always Full, enihracese very
! ! thing wanted by the People in this
Place, and customers can at all timet
: rely 011 getting the rticdes they ma\
want at /Satisfactory Prices. eif
not to be undersold by any, and ask*
the Public to call and examine his
STOCK. c would ask the L I)IPJS
ot call and Examine his Assortment oi
LADIES' CRESS GOODS!
| A N D F A N C Y A HTICL I■ S ,
OF Wlllt II IIE 11 IS the FIRST CHOICE.
; His stores at EWTON f.NTUE an I
ILWAUKIF. — making three in all,
ore also in full blast, thereby ena
bling him to keep up a complete is
-1 ortment in each.
C. SHERWC or
Nov 75 a. .1863
The undersigned having been appointed by the
Court of Common Plea? of Wyoming County an An.
ditor fdt*tribufe the fund arriving from tiie Sheriff's
sale of th a Real Etta'e of J.inae* W (Grey, will at
tend to tba' duty at bis office in Tunkhaonfu-k Bor
ough on Ssturdav. August 13th. A. D: J904 at ]p
o'clock A. .M*; at w'aich time and place rII perc on<t
ar< e quired • pepsaut i'uir claims or be debarred
rowi coming in upon said Toad.
Jnbr DDk 1164 lierrev Bfk!#r,
F. W. I ft- H) Bomls.
Thesg Dondji ace issued under t'ua Act of Congress
of March Bth/iS64, Which previdee that all Bou'J
iasucl under this Act shall be EXEMPT FROM
TAX ATION by or under any slate or municipal an- j
tfe'rity. .Subifrijuions to these Bunas are received '
in United States notes or notes of National Banks, j
They are TO BE REDEEMED IN COIN, at the!
j pleasure of th Government, a; any period nut lets
| than ten nor mere than forty years from their date
i and until their redemption FIVE PER CENT IN- j
j TRUEST WILL 11E PAID IN COIN, on Bonds of j
i not over one hundred dollars annually end ou ua j
! other Bonds semi-annually. Tho interest is payable ■
ott tbe fir.-t days •of March and September in each |
Subscribers will receive either Registered or Cou- j
jon Bon Is, as they may prefer. Registered Bonds j
i are recorded on the books of the I . S. Treasurer,
; and can be transferred only on the owner's order, — j
• j Coupon Bonds are payable to bearer, and are more
convenient for commercial uses.
.Subscribers to thivloan will have the option of
i hiving their Bonds draw from MarCh Ist. by j
j j paying the accrued interest in coin—(or in United j
v ! States or the notes of National Banks, adding fifty .
I | petcentj front premium,) or receive them drawing
} I interest from the di to of subscription and deposet— !
as theses Bond are
' Exempt from Municipal or State Tixatlon, '
| their value is increased trom one to three per cent !
j I per annum, according to the rate of tax levies in j
! various parts of the country.
3 At the present rate of premium on gold they pay !
Over Eight per Cent Interest
: in currency, nn<l ore of equal convenience as a per- •
; manent or temporary investment.
0 I It is believed that no securities offer so great in- ,
j ducements to lenders as the various descriptions of j
, ! |\s Boi 1-. In all other forms of indebtedness, tne j
! faith or ability of private parties or stock compa- j
j nies or separate communities only is pledge i tor.
j payment, while for the debt of tho I r.itc l States I
* the wbtle property of the country, is holdcn to so- j
I cure the p \7lncnt of both principal and interest In ,
1, I coin.
j These Bonds may he subscribed for in sutns from j
5 I SSO up to an}' magnitude, on the same terms, and j
j I arc thus made equally available to the smallest len- j
1 ! der and the largest capitalist They can be convert- j
"" ! od into money at any moment, and tho holder will '
~ have the bene-t of the interest.
1 It may be useful to state in this connection that
, the total Funded Debt of the United States on
which interest is payable in gold, on the 3d day of
_ March, 1864. was 8768, 963, 000. Tho interest on
this debt tor tho coming fiscal year will be $ 15,927,
1'26. while the customs revenue in gold for the eur-
| rent fiscal year, ending June 30th, 1854, has been j
so far at the r.l'o of over 5100.000.000 per annum
It will be seen that even the present gold reve
nue of the Government are largely in excess of the
as wants of the Treasury for the payment of gold in
terest, while the recent increase of the tariff will
doubtless raise the annual receipts from customs on !
the same amount of impartations, to $l5O 00!,',000 j
Instructions to the National Banks acting as loan j
agents were not issued from the United State . rcas i
urv until Mnrrh 26, but in the first tlneo weeks of ;
April the subscriptions averaged IUOIO thau TEN
MILLIONS A WEEK
Subscriptions will be received by the
First National Batik of Philadelphia, Pa-
Second National Bank ef Philadelphia, l'a. I
Tho National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa
- ASI) lIY ALI, NATION AL IUNKB
i whien are depositaries of Publi, money, and all
, I RESPECTACLB BANKS AND BANKERS
' throughout the country, (acting as agents of th \
j National Depositary Binks) will furnish lurth"r
1 information on application anl
, ! AFFORD EVERY FACILITY To SUBSCRIBERS
CAVYTt K "Y* T* "V "ivr % TXT o
X XoAa Led XX XX I
i'ROM EUk OPE
(* | Is fully confirmatory of former reports that TH E
I*l T< II HAVE I'tISSEkMBN OF HOIi
L It is also authoritatively announced that
o. s?. IX/Eills
has exclusive possession of tho
~ STOVE AND Tl'l-SliOP
where every thing ii> tho line of his trade ean he
bad at tho
0 LOWEST LIVING PROFITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at his Shop,the lat
g est and most improved Patterns of
s s TASLCH ST B?SS,
with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete.
Roofing & Guttering
! in all its branches, attended to on short notice and on j
, J REASOSA It G E T E R MS, |
i PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONE |
0. 8. MILLS i
j runkhanno.k. Nov 4,1863. v3-nl3.
j WHEELEII & WILSON'S
TJte Cheapest and Tiest.
OVER 150000 OF THESE WELL-ESTABLISHED
SEWING MACHINES HAVE BEE*' SOLD.
iBSffiZXD roa CIBCULAR, I.APIXS' ALMASAC, ic.
ACL ITS WANTED.
Addreaa WHEELER & WILSON
Sowing-3Tarhtne Co. t
704 C*etfut Phlt4lphifl. !
SWWNrG &' SI Ai VfKB
I MILLIVE I GOODS.
have just been reoeuod at the es'abllshment of
LOU I SAL EPBUFW.
: on Ti"ga Street, opjisite the !'• st-office, where wil
be found Ladies, (linlren. Misses, ni, J Boy's FL/M'T
! nATS, and CAPS; HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBONS,
i FLOWERS, and TRIMMINGS, anl cveryt/P"K >n
the line of Millinery, which will be sold at the louift
! Cask Pri-es.
Repairing promptly and ncitlv done. Ladies
please call and cxaminefor themselves.
T unkhUnopck, Oct 3 18iI2—v'2nll lywil
| 3\T "
G JX. I R.
x " " -
The subscriber has just opened a new Furniture
1 Cabinet and Choir Manufactory in Tunkhnnnock,
j next door to C. M. Komi's grocery store —where arc
1 kept on hand and in inufuet ured to order:
TABLES of all sizes, patterns, and styles.
CHAIRS Dane-sent, Fl g-bottom, and common.
BURKAUSi.I 11 st iks sizes, and ni ices.
BEDS'I FADS. Cottage and common.
CENTRE TABLES WORK STANDS, BOOK
; CASES, and indeed every thing v 'uh h an he found
j in the largest furniture establishments in tLe eountrv,
! which he will sell at prices as low as they can be
: bought in any town outside of the cities. Being sat
j isfied that he can compete, both in workmanship and
prices with any establishment in the country, he so
licits the public patronage.
REPAIRING of all kinds lone in a neat, substan
tial and workmanlike manner.
N. B.—Old cane-seat chairs, new-seated and re
UNDERTAKING - Having a Ilearyn n f his own.
j and having had muoh experience, he win sttr n .J to
this department of the bir-iricrs on short notice, and
in a satisfactorv manner.
July 16, l c 62.—vlitdPly
A Large Stock just Opened
!T. L, ROSS GO'S.,
V. AI L PATRR.
V. \1 L PAL'KR.
WAI L I'AI'KH.
WINDOW SII \ DFS.
WINDOW SUA DPS.
WINDOW SIIA DPS.
j OT ALL s I'YI.ES.
CLOTH SUA IT KS WI ill IJor.I'KRS
CLOIII SUADF.S WITH UORDKUS.
I FIXTURES AND ROLLERS, COMFLKTE.
I FIX i t RLS AND Ko|.i,i,;;s CoMPI E IT
S EMUROIPEULD MIJsLIN CT'R i'A IN> .
j KMIIiiOI DERI.D MUSI.IN CURTAINS'
j EMBROIDERED .MI SLfX CURTAINS
j A Large Stock of While Goods;
>WI.-> Ml ls
DOTTED Swiss MUiLIN.
fiEAI, AI.IIX \ N 1)1? E'S KID
: And a Largo Stock of
Z.ne, Linseed Oil,
Glass, Putty, Door- Locks,
and a general assortment of
BUI LERS' HAS i RE.
Fish, of all kinds.
lor a.l kinds of Grain.
Tunkharmock, March, 9th 1864.
FOR RATS, >Mtrr, ROACHES, ANTS, BEH Bros
MOTHS IN Ft RS Wont < NS, ,VC„ INSECTS OS I'LA.NTS
FOWLS, ANCTALS, JE.
Put up in 25a S(E nud *1 00 Boxes. Bottles, and
Fhisks. S3 and 35 .or Hotels, and Public in
"Only infallible remedies known."
..Free from Prisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"L Is eouie out of their holes to die."
Wholesale in all large cities.
by all r>iuggi?.ts a Iletjiler* everywhere 1
Lfe*"! • ! BEWARE ! ! ! of nil worthless Imitation
[ that "COSTAR'S name is on each Box. Bottl
am' Flask, before you buy.
KPT Adores. IIESRT R. COSTAR
£ g s "Principal BEJAT 452 Broadway, N. Y.
tySold byj. Lyman,f C\, w kalesalt KfT,
U. S. 7-3© Loan
j Thf Secretary I the Trpasu. yg'tves notice that
subsrjpfion.s W!!i b reet hei ?.,r Poupon Treasury
notes, three years from Aug Intfc, tflfrf,
with yemt-anual interest at the rate of seven and
j three three-torthj per 'cent annum,—principal
: and interest both to be paid in lawful money.
I These notes will he convertible at the optima of
the holder at rftaturisy. into six per twit. geld hear
! ing bonds, payable not less than live nor more than •
twenty years Iroin their rfuta, as tin? Government
| may elect. Tlicy will bo issued in denominations
' <'f 3100. BGOM >I,OOO *IOOO. and All sub
j scrip'"'Oii- must l.e for btty dollar* or some multiplo
' of fifty dollars
The notes will etr Ito the .wnors free
. of transport.i tirm futfges as soon after the receipt of
jj the originul Certif ates of Deposit as they can bo
A? the notes draw interest
sons mukin/deposits u ! tint date' must
■ pay the interest accrue 1 from date of note todatc of
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dollar*
and upwards Tor these notes tit ftny orte time will be
, all"we 1 a com mission of onfe-qua rter of one per cent,
wbi di will be pitd bv the Treisnry Department up
on the receipt of ,v hii! for the amount, certified to
by the offc er wftli whom the deposit was made No
<!- tactions for com mission? must bo made from the
. dvpnsi l *. ■_
RPECrAJ. ADVANTAGES OF TIUS LOAN.
Ir is a Natw.nal Saving* Dank, offering a higher -
I rate of interest than any other, au 1 the. besttccurituf
Ar.v savings bunk which pays its depositors in U. it.
I Notes, consider that it is paying in the best circulo
j ing medium of the country, and it cannot pay it*
anvthing Letter, for its own assets are cither in gov
ernment securities or in netes or bonds payable in
I government paper.
I It is equally convenient as a temporary or pelnia
! nent investment. The notes can always tie sold for
I Within a lrarti .n of their i vce and accumulated inte
i rc.-t, nod are the best security wilh banks as cullato
i rals for discounts.
| C-invkutiblb into a.Six itr cent 5-20 Gold Bond.
In ad-.lition to the very liberal interest on the
notes for three years, this privilege of conversion is
' now worth about three per cent, per annum, for the
' current rate for 6-20 Bonds is hot less than nine
' per rent, premium, and before the war the premium
ton six pureen - , 1. stocks was ovor twenty pur
; cent, It will be seen that the actual profit ou this
' loan, at the present market rate, is not less than ten
' percent, per annum.
Its fixkmptl"n Fitoif StaTk nnMcxtcu'Ai. Taxation
But aside from all the advantages we have enu
merated,:! special Act of Congress exempts all bonds
I and Treasury note.; Jram local taxa/ton. On the
average, th s exemption is worth about two percent.
]>er an a am, oec-irding to the Tate of taxation in va
, ! rious part* of the country.
It is believed that no securities offer so great In
' ducenicnts to lendtrs as lh< se issued by the gi.vern
■ .merit. In all other forms of inde'tedness. the faith
| or ability of j.riv .to p.irti. s. or stock companies, or
, seperate communities, only, pledged for payment,
| while the whole property of the csouutr • is held tor
I secure the discharge of all the obligations of tho
While the govomnrenf offers fho most liberal
j terms lor its 1 . ins, it believe ulhnt the very strong
est aep'.i! will be to the loyalty and patriotism of
Dupli. ite tifi.-at<>3 will be issued for ail dc
j po-i;s. The party depositing must endorse upou
the original itieate the denomination of notes
required, and whether they arc to be issued in Liunx
jor payable to order When so endorsed it must be
__ | left wi'h tiic officer rcce ving the deposit, to be for--
" , warded to ill ■ Ticasury Department,
i fculne-.'ip:i ju.- will be receive! by the Treasurer of
the I'Biiod Suits, at Washington, the several As—
| (sisturit Treasurers and designated Depositaries, and
,bj the .
'> FIRST AX7> SFCf \I) NATIONAL BANKS OF
" SCKAN ir'UN, I IK> 1' XV fIONAL BANiv >E
j an 1 by a'! Nati r.al Banks which art repositories of
• public in oiev, at"l
i ALI. ULSPECTL ILK BAN US AND BANKERS
throughout the c • • try will give further information
! a d
AJ I'OIID EVERY 1" \CILITV TO SFBSCRIBEIIS
| The greateit itnpn vem* ni yet iu fho Seuißf Ma
( eh'.no art. A i uriosity ivor'h seeing.
i'ieasc sen ! fort ir with sawpfo of sewing.
Ihe se Improved Nla.Lin s save on: m.M'ion i-r:rt
rt nt of thread an 1 silk, and make the Lockstitch
;• ' a ike on both -i les.
Theyrequiri no instrm-ti"n to operate perleat'.y
except '• the print- i dire ti.jiis*"
j No . hange in s wing from one kind of goods to
And no taking apart to rle.in or oil.
Our N r :w Mcn; factory is now complete wish all
its ma hit >ry and b N entirely new. ah 1 is already
rapidly turning out Machines which for ni:ai rv sin 1
FEtiFKCiion of finish are not surpassed by any
; manufacture in the worid.
N B.—Should any Machine prove unsatisfactory
j it ean be returned and money refunded.
Agents wanted in counties pot canvassed by out
i own agents.
FINKLF, ik I.VON. S. >f. CO.
No. 538 BROADIFAT, NEW YuRK
April 13 1833, r'i-nl>s
- Traveling Public!
I 'T'O aceommodafc persons wishing to go by pub
J. conveyance from this place to any section, or r
J urn, the undersigned continues to run a
i t W M 4 f
Iwd % Jsi ,J
j and from Fa-toryville Depot, leaving his hotel
: o'clock, a. in., arriving at Factoryville in time f
, Trains to
j (Drcdt penb, llfui-ljotk,
Returning, leaves Factoryville on the arriv
j of the New York, PhiUd-lphia and Ace a mod a
: tion 'li iin from threat Bend, arriving in . inkhaa
] nock al 7 o'clock, p tu.
N. I —All Express matter, pu kages and x jod. aill
bo cvuveyed to an 1 from the Depot, at as-unable
rates; the proprietor holding himself reap nsible for
| the safe delivery of all such entrusted to hi? care.
Towanda stage arrives at this hotel at 12 o'clock,
in. Ileturu'tig, lea.os at 3 o'clock, p m
Stages for Pittston, Wyoming, and Wilkesharre
eave on the arrival of the Towanda stage, aad re'
| urning connect whii the same.
Montrose stage leaves on Tuesdays, Thursdays a
Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, a. m., eorncctiug at Montro
( with stapes for I'inghanifon, Ac. Refit ing, connca
with stages i< r Pitts' in, Towanda, Ac.
j Persona wishing to be called for at their residen
will be nceo tninodatfd by leaving their panics ntt
hotel of tha proprietor.
Horses and carriages ia readinass tufarward
smgurv at all tir.
T. 1 WALT,