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Kutißlng Time of Trains, June
asrK~!t^riivTwm *¥ LEAVE SOUTHWARD
Passeu- I Aceoiu- I
mvir"*Ulfer. I £r. mods- |
won. i ttou. j
P..IH P.M.,. I A.M. P. M, j
YOD'CHO Groat r/cud.. 7.40 2,20
r,SS 6,21 New Mil ford ~-59 2.45
*I.OO 6.00 'Montrose 6,20 3.15
12 25 6.38 llcpUnttom 6,4J .3,50
11)80 456 r ac'oryvilte 9,24 5,15
W\S 4,40 Abington 9.40 540
tW) •4 32 Clark'* Summit 9.4S b.OO
WlW> *C KAN TON 10.20 630
Jt/M '3 42' Greenville 10,40 P.M.
Pps. t ' 3,29 Difrinlng 1 •• • • Jc!
WyH. 3,17 Moscow 11,02
_ .... 254 tfouMiboro 11.26 •••• so
" .... 240 Tobyhantia 11.40 K
.... 297 Oakland 12.17 •• •• -
£ ■••• 1.46 Henry villa • 12.33 -.••x.
.... 1,35 Sp'ragueville 12.43 •••• 5
W 1,63 Water Gap 1,08
fh*.*** 12.35 Delaware 1,50 ••••5
12,10 *Manunka Chunk-. 1.55 ••••
-••• 12 02 Bridgeville 2,. 4
.... 11.38 Washington 2,2* ■•••
• ••.• 11,20 New Hampton 2,45 ••••
-i. A- M. *Cbange for Phil.- I'M.
The Passenger Tt aitt Northward
Leaves New Hampton on the orrival of the Mail
Train which leaves NEW YORK nt 8.10 A. M., and
MANUNKA CHUNK on the arrival of the Train
which leoves PHILADELPH IA. (Kensington De
pot} at 7T5 A. M . At SCRANTON this Train
nvakes cloae connections with trains on the LACK*
A WANNA a BTOOMSBURG and DELAWARE A
HUDSON Railroads, and at (treat Rend with the
Mail Train ou tise Erie Railway going West..
Tno Passenger Train Southward
T,B*TCB Ore it Rend after the arrival of the Cincinnat
Evftress trom the West, connectiug at sVranton
with Trains on thp Luckawanna and Bloomsburg
an 1 Delaware and llu Is >n Railroads ; at Mauunka
Cnunk with the train for Philadelphia, and at
New jFt mp'ori with Train.- for Ve.v York, the Le
high Valley, Harrisburg. Ac. Passengers by this
Traftt arrive in New York at 5.50. in I'kiladolpeia
st 6j30, and in Harrisburg at 8 20 P. M.
The Accommodation Train
N Tthward, connects at Great Ren-1 with the Iav
Express going West, hv whi'-h passengers arrive at
Itbocn and Syracuse the sani® day.
Southward, haves Great Bend after the arrival of
the New Yoik Express going East.
Ail Pa-senger Trains on the Erie Railway
st< pat Great Bend.
WATTS COOKE, Supt.
R A. HENRY, Gen. Tkt Agect.
GEN. M'CLELLAN'S REPORT.
A JC II E A P F. D 1 T 1 ON .
We HXTC now ready, in cheap book form (paper
rovers,) GKX JfcC LULL AX'S RtronT, as originally
tratfSmltted to the War Department, by him As
this is a document of the most extraordinary pubii
interest', it ought to have universal circulation. It
ought to he read by every man, woman and child
n the country. It is supplied a3 follows at 'his
1 2 copies R J.OO
2& copies .T ,<>o
SO copies ©,OO
Single copies. 30 cents-
I'ostage, single copy ffO.ftfi
" 2 copies OK
1 ' II)
"" I 1
'• 12 " 28
•' ZZ '• s<i
" SO " , 1.1(1
Which in ail eases must lie prepaid.
STOREY A WORD EN,
A LA MODE.
THE LATEST FROM NEW YORK.
MRS. A. (4. STARK, TAKES TN
agn n informing beT frien is, and the ladies gen
rally,T"hat she has received, and is still receiving
large*and.weil seleite i assortment ol
AND SUMMER ( DS,
" J if* '
Cvnuilipga/f UATS. BONNETS. RIBBONS,
FI.OSSF.R, I F.A iIIF.RR, FACES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all art 1 s usually
found in a
Al. ILL! Ni: RY S T ORE.
She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in
her liu s, before purchasing elscwhc.c. Mrs Btark
i-an be found at the house formerly occupied by Hen
ry Stark in tho borough of Tunkhannock, ready and
willing to serve all who may favor her with a call.
o"* .-Ceured the scrvioes of an cxperienteed
and at all times will be prepared to Fit and Make
Dresses tn the latest and most approved manner.—
Soli •fnfig your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
Tout®, Res; eetfully.
MRS A G STARK.
Anril 27, 1864
T H E
CAMPAIGN AGE. 'J
TIIE PUBLISH Kits OF
T II E- P H I I. A 1> K L P II I A A G K , j
Will a Cainpiigu Sheet fcr the Democrati - J
.n-l Conservative masses
D villbe printe lon a large sheet of ffno white
pap.-r at such rate® a* will bring it within the
•ai-1, of aIL It will support the nominees of the
Rem >c.v.tie National Convention, the full proceed
Gig® of which wtU be published in its columns. It
will HobUtfc advocate the itghts of the white man,
s- Ife irlc.-ielv sustain nil the constitutional rights
o. tho e tikdli, no matter from what ijuarter they
tti iv be •
i' iii -tnnm mr will be issur l about tho sth of
Angu.t. Ttws whole nuinbor will be thirteen fol- |
lowing each other weekly, until the Procidentia
elccTinn, tho result ol'ißieh will he contained in !
the final number Democrat!, and Conservative i
flubs. County Committees, Agents ami al inter- i
sStedYn'the cause arc invited to co-ope rate in th- j
in ulati a of
THE CAMPAIGN AGE.
'4 he CAMFAItiN AGE. ot Thirteeu Numbers
UtJWMf CoI'LES for the series, .-50 cents
T-* CLUBS ot not less than 2: to one address 45ets I
k •": h -
L 4a Cwbs of not lc than 50 to one address 45 i
Cash nfost neeoinpany esckorder, and NO VA i
VIATION WILL BE MADE IN ANY CASE
■ m RRUM THE ABOVE TERM? L
Orders should be sent in immediately to
GI,OP*Hit K.N N ER & W£|,KH
laO fhestußt ineeL
p ] •
_ , . O'UU- s
fit m WIS- MAMES.
Our LETTER A. FAM MACHINE '
in fast gaining ft world-widedeputation. it is be
yond doubt the beat and rheajiest and most beiiutiful
of nil F:itntl7 Sewing Machines yet offered to the
public N'n other Family Sewing Machine has so
: manv useful appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell- j
ing. Tucking, (lathering, Uuaging, Bi aiding? Em- I
broideffng. Cording, and so forth No other Family I
' Sewing Machine has so much capacity for a great '
• variety of work It will sew all kinds of cloth, j
and with all kinds'of thread. Great an i recent iin- (
! provemonts make our Family Sewing Machine'most
\ reliable, and imift durable, and IBOS< certain YJ :TC
| tion at all rates of speed. It makes the interlocked
stitch, which is the hest stitch known. Any one, ev
en of the tnoststrdinary capacity, can see, at a gl .roc.
how to use the letter A. Family Sewing M hine
Our Family Sewing Machines &re finished in chaste ,
ant! exquisite stylo
The F'olding Case of the F'funilv Machine is a I
piece of cunning workman-hip of tin? tnost useful j
, kind. It protects the machine when not in use, and i
1 when about to be operated may be opened as a spa- 1
| cious and substantial table to sustain the work.— |
While some of the Cases, made out of the choicest j
woods, arc finished in the simplest and chastest man- :
ner possible, others are adorned • r.d embelished in
the most costlv and superb m-.nners.
It is absolutely necessary to see rh' Family Ma
j chine in operation, so as to judge of its groat capaci
ty and beauty,
j It is fast bee tning as popular for family sewing i
; as our manufacturing machines are for manufaetur- ,
The Branch Offices are well supplied with silk, j
twist, thread, needles, oil, Ac., of the very best qual
Bend for i PAMTULET.
TIIE SINGER MAN! FACTURING COMPANY. !
158 Broadway. New York.
J g' Philadelphia OHice. 81 O Chestnut St.
C l j Agi-.. in Tunkl,n,k. i
mim r £ mm
THE subscriber has just received at his shop, over
Hatik mson's Ftore, in
and will constantly kiepon hand all the latest
MPROVED COJKiSj SFVSS
Among which are the "CALORIC," MINER, and
"FN ION"' patterns, with IMRLOR ST-'dVES and
Heaters of every description, which he offers for
2F£.O£VCj/57" ,"lp£t3 '•
at prices that will defy competition
Bis stoves arc bought directly of the Manufactur
ers at ALBANY, WILK.iSIiAP.RE. PROVIDENCE
and S( I'.AN'foN. lie is therefore enabled to sell
them at a small advance on the original cost
Copper ? fare.
till kinds on hand and made to order Also
PIP, WAGOV BO XS, VN DM,I (it;, j
SHOES' POX SAI.E.
" The popular Cooking Stove,
For st (i u e it,
(Elevated oven) is now for the first, offered at
S2O for S inch, $25 for 9 inch,
REPAIRING AND JOBBING |
neatly and promptly done.
Mcshoppen, Dec 17th, IS62—v2nl9ly.
TIIE SUBSCRIBER HAS HAD IN SUCCESSFUL
operation, for several years, a
W ¥T © ;p ¥?,
J±. T Q"W TV JD A- ,
where all of the most approved and rare kinds of
TJH7IT dr ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Can be obtained.
Being eonv. need from experience '.bar his 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 by
his agents to most of the townships of Wyoming Co ,
and asks only that his specimens tuay he examined
and his method of dealing be tested.
AP orders by letter or otherwise, for Trees, vinos or
pp nt> will be promptly attended to.
t.oßl-ly. D IIARKINS.
HARDWARE & IRON
HUNT SRO'S & Blajß
OW OFFER FOR SLE
IRON," STEEL. NAILS AND SPIKES, MINE
RAIL. RAILROAD SPIKES, ANVILS,
BELLOWS, PLAIN A CONVEX
( U.L U'AKR VNTEI>.)
TU BS, SPOKES. FELLOES. SEAT
SPINDLES. CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL
BOTTS, NT rS, WASH
GRIND STONES; I;
PARIS, CEMENT. •
HAIR SHOVELS. WHITE LEAD
GLASS, Ac., Ac., j-_
DOORS AND BLINDS
ON 11 (NT) TN ASSORTM ItfST c
AND MANUFACTURED FO ORDER I
.; rT - . V
LFATUEFIi AND FINDINGS, 1 "
rrrs>*4 Vfrt ;s#3
PLACE TO BUY
STOV ES !!
■ y yT I \
IS AT THE
sTOVE, TIX.COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WARE
WHERE MAY HE FOUND a large an.l w 11 se
lected a>*urtmeut cf the nn.<? :j pr-• vei patterns
consisting of COOKING. PARLOK and HE ATI NO
STOVES, for wood or coal, and wi 1 be sold at low
We would cull the attention of the publie, an I
| fanners in parti-ulnr. to our NEW LEVATED
I OVEN COOKING STOVE, for wood or c al,
which for economy, durability and neatness of lesign
! cannot be surpassed. It is made with extra HEAVY
j TOPS, COVERS and VEXIIELATED CENTRES,
and with front doors to slide. The oven and flues
j arc unusally large, ranking it
! SUPERIOR TO AN % STOVE OF THE
ever brought into this market. It cannot fail to
, ivt good satisfaction. Those in want of a
I hould call and examine it before purchasing else
TIN, f;O'PPE?, & SHEET
of all kin *. ZINC. STOVE PIPE, IRON WARE,
always en band.
Merchants supplied with goods on reasonable
terms guttering in 1 all kin Is of jobbing
will tio pivcr ptlv attended to
OLD COPPER. PEWTER. RAGS and
l*oN. Wool and LI MllEl!, MIIXGLE", ait
most kin <s of produce taken in ex-bongo for g-.ods
Thankful forpasl patnn-ige. we respectfully invite
all in want of anything in our line to give u a call
■■Live and let live." Quick sales and small proli.s
is our motto.
E. F. SNOW A CO
Ni<-hq|?on Sept.- P6.3.
Worth of (J O O it s
ARRIVING AT THE
A T MILL TOWN,' I'A.
Now is your time to jturshase
BOOTS Si SHOES'
HATS it (APS.
And a Variety of other Articles too
Numerous to mention,
Cheaper Than Ever
Has received direct from the cities of
PHILADELPHIA I NEW YORK,
The Largest, Cheapest and Best
Fall and Winter Goods
iPurchased entirely for Cash; ever offered in MTLL
TOWN, which he is selling at
UNCO M MON LO W PKI CES!
His iS'tock, wliich he intends to
keep always Full, einbracese very
thing wanted by the People in this
Place, and customers can at all times
rely on getting the rticles they may
want at Satisfactory Prices. tis
not to be undersold by any, and asks
the Public to call and examine his
STOCK. e would ask the LDJES j
ot call and Examine his Assortment of
LADIES' CRESS GOODS!
A X I) V A X C Y A ltTlChl' S , '
OF VVHU II HE II \S the FIRST CHOICE.
His stores at F.WTON ENTRE and
IIWAUKIE —making three in all,
ire also in full blast, thereby ena
bling liim ti keep up a complete is
ortmeut in 9aeh.
C SBERUM op
Nnv °a. ,1563 „
BICfETI MOWII 113 T FJffl
Firmer? should secure omvofthese excellent Ma
chines at once as the supply is limited and we
confident thnf the defnand* for the above Mrhin<s
will he great the coming season a# h" BUCKEYE,
it Ihe best" Machine mw in use. mi l is the heat sdapt
t>Yto rmth hiflv, an t Uneven gruand. is the- most
larable nil I i managed with tfc- greatest care of
II ofber machine." now inuae.
Fur further particulars addra*
JOIIXU. ITO>I. >;.?
. VHF. X;ATF?T r)BWS
jftOM EUR OPE
Is fullv confirmatory of former reports that THE
I DUTCH HAVE POSSESSION OF HOL
It is also authoritatively announced that
o SS*. UNZEills
! has exclusive possession of the
STOVE AND TIN-SHOP
where erery thing in the line of hi? trade can he
had at the
L 0 WES T LI VING PIl OF ITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at hi? Shop, the lat
; est and most improved Patterns of
i PASIO2 ST 0 f IS,
' with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete
' Roofing & Guttering
in all its branches, attended to o t short notice and ou
j REASONABLE TERMS.
PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CIIEAPI Y DONE
0. S. MILLS
> funkharino, k. Nov 4. ISG3. v3-n!3.
Ma ufacture oi IVoolen Goods !
! I CHAPTER 1
j The Manufacture of Woolen Goods, both in the
• household and in the factories, has become of great
i port inee on account olMla tunning at present our
principal article? of clothing. The nature of our cli
i mate make it ncccessary, and the scarcity of Cotton
has greatly increased the value of wool ami Fabrn-ks
made iruui it • and being engaged iu the husine s of
making Ciurh and Flumiei, and also oil Carding,
and (loth Dressing, we hi* • thought a few remarks
. with reg ud to handling Wool, and the pi.,per pro
. cess of Manufacture might hc,f service to the coun
try, and a benefit to ourselves
I The fir.-'t pieces.- with the farmer who intends to
j m ike his wool into rolls for spinning an 1 weaving
s at home, after washing an I sh-aring, i- assoriin - the
utilities. This we t a not.expect a farmer to jl
crfectlv as a regular manufacturer, tnu 1 ; irv , u „
s h r will approximate toy It) and be amply pai l
or the lira le pains required, by hiving an even
thread arid smoother fabric. Ihe fleece should be
whole and bespread out on n table —the coarsest
wool will befourd on the skirts ol the fleece, and
can easily be di.-tinguiehed bv looking closely to the
fibre Two qualities from oadh fleece will perb i|s
be close enough for ordinary purposes, but as the
sheep in our'country differ much iu their gr.s les of
, wool —the coarse put of one may do to go with
fi er part of another, and th 's make three or four
qualities our of the lot 1; "it is going to the manu
factory or to market, the fleece shoo! 1 not he torn
but after removing the tag-locks, sh uld bend led up
coup ic'ly. skin out side Not less than one pound
' I oflanl, fresh butter or oil sh ai l be sent with every
(en pounosof wool going to the carding machine.
The ni x' thing of importance is of eotir o to be
well carded, tor "hi- h we will be entirely responsi
t.le. but in the natter of spinning and vetting, we
have another caution to ;1 ,1,|, in less the yarn is
evenly '.woste I. and beat up evenly in tie loom, the
■ li.'h "brink" um venly : n fuilitig —DO iking s titte pht
ces wide and others narrow, and if the finisher suc
ceeds in pressing out the wrimdes, the cloth will re
sume it" contortion again when ru idc into a gar
uent, and the mechanic is sometime" wr.tig.ulh
i I line t for a coat s becoming lantern jair d on,
man's Back. It is easily avoi nd by giving t't a
wlieei n equal nninl c r of turns to a given length of
thr, ad .riuwi out Wc find this difficulty increasing
of late years, and have ,o, n e to th,- c nelu-ion that
if some of the spinners do not keep better tiiiie„n
their pianos than on their spinning w heels, we should
hate dreadfully to listen f.. their iiiusle.
As every inomcnt f labor should be employed to
the best advantage ami every ounce of in ■ fori I be
appropriated tj the t>est puroose, <>n account <f our
war, we propose to write some other ,-h piers on our
branch of business after (hi- is read .sufficiently to be
remembered, and sh. 11 endeavor to do our work
nice enough for a baltuortl skirt or a doctor's coat,
an i make trow<ers stout enough to last a farmer
through a year 5 -campaign at h at.
INGHAM .1 WRENCH.
HOME FACTOKV, CAMTTOW N, RitAiiFonnCoMay 2.'T4
! JRf S ® EA N € T :
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE I ! !
Taken ut this office, on nil kinds of Town and
t'ountry pm|rtr, at the MOST ttfisovAßi.E TKRUK.
and for any time ft,on THREE MONTH. 0 l'ti
FIVE YEAR- - either
WITH or niillOFT l'REMIf!>l NOTES
Is the company reliable 7 Will it promptly p,r
its honest losses 7 arc the important inquiries wit'll
ill Insurers. We answer:
THE LYCOMING CO INSURANCE COMPANY
HA" BEEN IN OPERATION
FOR TWENTY-THREE YEAR.S.-IT HAS
A WELL SECURED CAPiATL OF
OVER 2 400,00 IT PAYS FROM
SGO, TO 5125,00. LOSSES
ADJUSTED AND PAID.
EACH INSURER IS FURNISHED
WITH AN AUTHENTICATED ANNU
NUAL STATEMENT OF*EXPENDITURES j
AND OPERATIONS OF THE COMPA
NY TH E COMPANY IS CONDUCTED ON i
j JUS T AN D EQI"IT A 15 L E PR 1 NCI PLES. i
j TIIE CHARTER IS PERPETUAL. I
Reference* ITirt. \Vm. M. Piatt. Hun. A. K I
j P khsm, Henry St-Ak and Samuel Stark lis,j.s. of 1
thi* County : Saver Jt Bros, of Susquohanii t, and
| jeorge M iiollcnbaek and other? of Lttserne Count ■
; *ho insure in ami have been paid losses by .this
HARVEY SICKLER, Agt. j
JISIiTI OF C3FA3IMSHIP
The Partnership between 0. L liAT.LSTEAD
•t StjN, is thi*, day dissolved hy mutual o. nsi-nt.
The note." and accounts will be left in the hands of
0 L II illstead t• • settle and can be found at the
store foruieily occupied by O. L. U.Uistead & Son,
with SOHJC one to attend to the SAME.
O I. HALLSTEAD,
If P. lIALLSTEAD. \
NiihuDon. July 27th ISO 4.
The iiusia.'*s will be continued by Ilenrv P. .
Hallstead anl Lotii; Ilauiuicl, under the name auj '
; firm of
!" HALLSTEAD & MMMEL, !
who will be plowed to retain the patronage of all
who nve patromy.e i the old firm, and wiifbe ploas j
cd taseo any who tnay favor us with a eull.
V T o tiro prepared to furnish EXI'RY I NOTCH -
MU.NTC fit TflOSli IIAVr.Ni} PRODUCE TO
THSPOSF. OF. wilt pay the HIGHEST CASH
IT.ICE for the sama.
HALLSTEAD A HAMMEL !
• . TaPr r i~th ]|tf4 t.
; The Latest Style
-of- ■ r~
: BPP.TYG & STTYnriHI
hare just been received at Hie establishment of
i Tioga Street, opposite the Post-office, where wi
j be found Imoies. Chitieu Mi-scs. and Boy's FLATS
, HATS, and CAPS; HEAD-DRESSES, RIBBONS
FI.ttWERS, and TRIMMINGS, an i everything in
the line of Millinery, which will be fold at the loiref.t
Repairing promptly and neatly done. Ladies
; please call and examine for themselves
Tunkbaim ifk.Oct 3 1R62 v-2nl I —lvwil
INT E5 "OT
# A >4 'i M
hn m 1 11 f
- ANi) -
The subscriber has just opened a new Furniture
Cabinet and Ch .ir Manufactory in Tunkbannock,
next door to C. M. Koon's grocery store— where are
kept on hand and manufactured ro order:
i'A RLE" of all -ives. patterns, and at vies
CHAIRS Cane-seat, Flag-bottom, an 1 ■ omuion.
P.I RE U Sot all styles, sizes and tnices.
BEDS! LADS. Cottage and nnmon.
CKN ri:E TA PI!" W >p h "T.A X r>s. 800 K
CA-'ES, and indeed every thing whi.-'n can be found
in the largest furniture establishment? in the country,
which he will sell at prices as low as they can he
' oughr !a ar.y town eotside of the cities. Being sat .
ist'ed that he can compote, both in workmanship am}
prices with any establishment in 'be country, he so
licits the public patronage
REPAIRING of all kind.- done iu a neat, substan
tial and workmanlike manner.
N. 15.—01 d cane-seat chairs, new-seated and re
UNDERTAKING.—Having a Tfcar-e of hit own
and having had much experience, he will attend t
this department of the business on short notice an
in a satisfactory manner.
.Tulv 16,.15G2. —vln49ly
A Large Stock just Opened
M AI L PA I'Ell.
V. AIJ. PAPER.
W ALL PAPER.
AV N 1)0VV SHADES.
WIXDO A SHADES.
OF ALL STYLES.
CLOTH SHADES Willi BORDERS
CEO I II MI A DK< WI I H BORDERS.
FIX'I I KKs AND ROLLER",co.MPI.ETE
FIXTURES AND ROLLERS COMPLETE
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN ( URI'AINs.
EM IIROI DELED MUSLIN CURTAINS
EMBROIDERED Ml SLIN CURTAINS.
A Large Stoek of White Goods:
DOTTED Ss\ iSS Mb "LIN
RI2A I* ALFA AN l)H IPS KII)
gVnd a Laree ,St ck >t"
N ;l i ] s ,
Z nc, Linseed Oil,
Glass, Putty, Dour-Locks,
and a general assortment of
BUI E3 S' HAH n RE.
1 ■"t •
i islt, of all kinds.
lor a.l kinds ot Grain.
Tunkh tnnoek, March. 9th 18G4.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
The Cheapest and Hest.
OVER 130.000 OF THESE WELL ESTABLISHED
SEWTNG-MACHINLS HAVE BEEN SOLD.
4S-FSXD rop. Circvlah. I.\T)rr?' Auttix vc, Ac.
Address WHEELER & WILSON
8< U'itto-Machitte Co.
704 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED ?- .
BUCBAs's EXfil.tsn SPECIFIC PII.LS euro
o."" iit an lOdays, the wor?t care? of *PHV"CSIIKSS
tap.tency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weakt.eos
la? tntty, and all Urinary, Sexual, and Nerv -
AfFecti ;tis, tin in ittcr from what oause producedu!
Price,-One Ib.llar per box. Sent, postpiid, by m.til
on receipt of au order. Address,
JAMES S. ISUTLFR,
Station D. BibleJfuuw> i
sM-J.n M A
■; r. S. 7 30 Loan
The Secretary of the Treueu.y gives notie* the
suberiptions will be received for Coupon Treasury
notes payable three years from Aug IStb 1864
with MII -anu .1 interest at the rate ol seven and
three three-tenths per cent per annum,—principal
i bflth to ~e in lawful money
lheenotesw.il he convertible at the optjto'. of
(be hoider at maturity, into sir p er cent. g t Id bear
! intr bonds, p.iyalde not less than live nor more than
I Th" u 83 the ""venmient
may elect fhey will he issued in denomination!
of *SO. *IOO. mO 81.000 aq 95,000. and aM sub
of'fifty do 1 Jars' ° f ,ome
The notes will o transmitted to the wnera free
of transportation charges as soon after the receiptor
the original Certificates of Deposit as they can be
As the notes draw interest from August 15, per
sons making deposits subsequent to fb it date must
pay the interest accrued frour date of note todate of
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dollar
and upwards for these notes at any one time will b
1 allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per cent,
which will be paid bv the Treasury Department up
i on the receipt of a bill for the amount, certified to
- by the officer with whom the deposit was made No
- deductions for commissions must be made from the
t SPECIAL ADVANTAGES OF TlflS LOAN,
i Ir is A NATIONAL SAVINGS BASK, offering a higher
rate of interest than any other, and lite best securing
Ar.v savings bank which pays its depositors it* l : S.
Notes, consider that it is paying in the best circula
insr medium of the country, and it cannot pay in
anything better, for its own assets are either in gov
ernment securities or iu netes or bonds payable" in
It is equally convenient as a temporary or pelira
nent investment. Ihe notes can always te sold for
within a fraction of theirf.ee and accumulated inte
rest. and art the best security with banks as collate
rals for discounts.
CONVERTIBLE INTO A Six PER CENT 5-20 Got.n BONO.
In addition 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 not less than nine
percent, premium, and botore the war the premium
on six percent, L.S. tocks was over twenty per
cent, It will i,e seen that the actual profit on this
loan, at the present market rate, is not less than ten
percent, per annum.
lis EXEMPTION EKOII STATE OR MUNICIPAL TAXATION
but asi le from all the advantages we have enu
mornted,a special Act of Congress exempts all bonds
and Treasury notes from local taxation. On Ihe
average, th s exemption is worth about two percent,
per annum, occording to the rate of taxation in va
; rious parts of the country.
Disbelieved that no securities offer so great in
ducements to lenders as those issued by the govern
- Uic i.t In oil other forms of indebtedness, the faith
oral.lilt, of private parties, or stock companies, or
st p-rate con. in unities, only, pledged for payment,
I while the whole property of the countr 4s held to
secure (he discharge of ali the obligations of the
• I'liited (Slates.
Wiiiio the goremnrent offers the most liberal
j terms tor it - loans, it believe dthat the very strong
est a P'-'.vl will bo to the loyalty and pitiiotisni of
> the people
Duplicate ee.tificates will be issued for all de-
P"sits. ]he pirty depositing must, endorse upon
the '.riL'inal certificate the denomination of notes
required, and whether they are to be issued in blame
, or payable- to order When so endorsed it must be
left with the officer receiving the deposit, to be for
warded to th Treasury Department.
eui ; ■ ,ij lions will be received by the Treasurer of
the I'nite I States, a. Washington, the several As
sistant Treasurers and designated Depositaries, aad
> FIRST AND SECFND NATIONAL BANKS OF
1 SCUANTON, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OE
j and by nil National Banks'which are repositaries of
■ public in ney, and
j ALL i.F i'ECTBALE BANKS AND BANKERS
tbr 'Ughout the country will give further iniorrnatiou
! a d
j AFFORD EVERY FACILITY TO SUBSCRIBERS
\ SEWLFC, I MPROVED |
The greatest improvem nt yet in the Sewing Ma
cbine art. A <uriMtv worth seeing,
i i'lease send, for circular with sample of sewing.
LH(-e Improved Ma eh in ssiive ONE HI NDOED PER
CI n't ot thread and silk, and make the LOCKSTITCH
alike on both sides.
They require no instruction to operate perfectly
except " the printed directions-"
No hangs iu sewing from one kind of goods t
And no taking apart to clean or oil.
Our NEW MANUFACTORY is now complete with all
ts m ichtnery and tools entirely new, and is already
j rapidly turning out Machines which for BEAUTY and
PERFECTION of FINISH are not surpassed by aDy
manufacture in the world.
N I! Should anv Machine prove unsatisfactory
it can be returned and money refunded.
Agents wanted in counties not canvassed byeui
FINKf.R .Si I, YON. s. !H. CO.
No 538 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
April 13 1563. v3-n35-
TO accommodate pers us wishing to go by pub
conveyance from this place to any section, or r
urn, the undersigned continues to run a
an 1 from Fatoryville Depot, leaving his hot
o •! oik. a. iu., arriving at Factory villa ja timof
threat Bcnb, Srrantott, tlftn-^ork,
Returning, leaves Factorvville on tho irriv
of the New York, Philadelphia and Acc amoda
tion Ti iin from Great Bend, arriving in ' inkhaa
nock at 7 o'clock, p in.
N.I —All Express matter, packages and >odswil
be conveyed to nnd from the Depot, at " asonablo
ates: the proprietor holding himself resj nsihte for
he ssto delivery of all such entrusted to bis care.
Towanda stare arrives nt this hotel at 12 o'clock, .
in. Returning, leuves at 3 o'clock, p in
Stages for Pittston, .Wyoming, and Wilkesbarra
cave on the arrival of the Towanda stage, aad re
urning connect wth the same.
Montrose stage leaves on Tuesdays, Thursdays a
Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, a. m., connecting at Afontro
with stages for Birghaiuton, kc Returning, conn k
with stages for Pittston, Towauda, Ac
Persons wishing to he called for at their rtsidenc
wili be accommodated by leaving their names atd
( hotel of the proprietor.
! senllorsos and carriages W readiness t© ferer*
grn St f J