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you responsible for it until all arrearages are aid.
Capt. A. B. Mott, returned to this place a
day or twojiince, his term of service having expired
The Ice has left the river at this place, and has
collected in largo quantities, a few miles down tho
The Draft we notice by our exchanges has been
made in several districts in this State. It is said
that it will be ma le for this county, during the
present week —if it has not already been made.
Still they Go,--Scores of young men who dredd
conscription. are leaving our County, daily, to en
list and fill the quotas of districts where large boun
ties are given. Those who voted for a continuance of
the war, should hot have waited for this. The 'loy
alty" which ie me isu el by grfcjnoajks is likely to
Marble Yard—We invite attention te tbe card
of Stephens and May, Marble dealers and man ifactur*
ers at Scrautou. Those wishing to procure tombstones
monuments, table and stand tops, tn antols Ac,, will
find theni prepared to fill any oider at short notice
and on tbe most reasonable terms-
Our Modern war preachers who are in favor
of continuing the war until slavery is abolished—
became as they say ; '-it is a great sin after hav
ing accomplished the'.r object with regard to it, will,
to bo consistent, inaugurate a war with gaos arid
sword against baptism, I'resbyterianisui, catholic
ism, or any other ism which the stronger party may
regard as contrary to their notions of christianity.-
The Sa vio r, accord ing to these men must have been
very inefficient minister, to have gone about p-cach
ing peace, when, by fire and sword, he should have
extirpated both sin anl sinners.
11. SICKLER Esy, EIUTOR op N. B DEMOCRAT.
DEAR SIR: —My attention has just been called,
to an article in *.hi last week's issue of the Repub
lican, headed; "Selection of Jurors," which seems to
interest mo personally. 1 feel myself compelled
therefore, to n.-k a small space in your paper for a
reply. The article referred to, soe ms to have been
written for partizan or political ends, and so far as
it partakes of that character, T h.tro noth ing to say,
as I leave the discussion of all sue li questions to !
other and abler bin Is. Mr. Avery sceuis to con- >
aider it his duty to incorporate into "Jury Drawing" j
grave and serious charges against me, and as I 1
think an unwarrantable attack on mv business.
Tho assailant comes stealthily and assassin-like.to be
sure, which always proves the more dangerous anl
damaging. And in order to alarm and astound the
tax payers of the goo 1 County of Wyoming, he re
views and sets to new music, the stale cry of the
"Jerry Densiuorc Case." and charges thatl was, anl j
am, in collusion with the authorities of tbe i
County to Swindle the honest taxpayeis. Foor Jer , j
ry Deusmorc ! how long is his ghost to haunt tjjo ;
imagination, and affright the fancy of my friend,
Avery? I know not how well pleased the dignita
ries of rthe court may be, under the charge of funn
ing out to me or any one elso the patronage of the
court; but I will say for myself, and challenge con
tra' fiction ; that I never any arrangements, |
f r bargain with the offi'-or nf any court, or any other
officer, or with any pcrsfin not an officer, either di
rectly or indirectly ; neither did I ever try to make
any, to ail to the patronage of tny Hotel. All I
Jcnow about the Jerry fDeusmore case is ; that the
order came to mo from judicial authority, to provide
rooms to be u-c.l ex lusivrly for the eating, drinking
lodging, and deliberation of the jury in the case
aforesaid, and was informed by the officer, makin"
known the order, that this was necessary to subserve
Abe ends of justice. I obeyed the mandate, threw
open to their usa the whole suit of Parlors on the
lower floor, put up extra beds for their accommoda
tion. furnished their meals separately, us well as
all other things demanded tor their comfort. And'
all at additional expense ; and made the bill a half I
a dollar per day less, than those having cognizance
of the matter, and knowing its cost, directed me to
charge. As to the politi a! complexion of the jurv
I never had a thought; did not then know what "it
was, neither do I now, care—and from what I kpew
of the tax pavers ot the County, I believe they,
without distinction of party, are willing that 1
should be fully reimbursed for co=t and trouble. So I
much for the "Jerry Densmoic Case " As to tbe i
<itlc given my House, of "Democratic House "II
have nothing to say, feeling sure that all who are j
/wests of mine, will bear me witness, that politics I
•firms po jcirt of jny dish served up at my table, j
I never think or inquire as to tbe party views of my
guests, and 1 count among my friends and g i ests,
men of all parties, aud of every sbado of political
opinion. I claim for myself the right of thought,
speech, and action, on all public questions. But
mv House is neither Democratic, RcpubCcan nor
Abolition. The motto of my Hotel is "Pro Bono
Publico," and while I keep it, no effort of mine
faUI bo wanting, to entitle it lo that appellation.
I can hardly conceive what inducement my neigh
bor could find, to make this libellous and unwar
rantable attack upon me and my business 1 havo
always endeavored to regulate iny intercourse with
bun, in a manner to demand different treatment at j
his hands, and certainly, if he is driven to such ex- i
pedients to sustain his party, its prospects in Wyo
ming County, must be poor, indeed.
Your friend and fellow citizen.
„ THOMAS B. WALL.
Tunkhannock, Wyo. Co- Pa.
The Subscriber will have a public sale on the 17th
consisting of two bay Horses, Harness, Grain, Farm
ing tools, household furniture, Ac.
. G. HENSLER
rZt®l?r n i e " iKncJ - harin " beon appointed by the
auditor toT m °. n l,|ei " ° f W y° min S County, an
the North ,; BtriJUtc ,he money paid into Court by
of Msemblv of D A Ch M o n , al Con, P an y- under the act
thereto, among the j i' 1858 T 'j l ® Bu PP ,eracn ts
tend to tbe dutiesof Judgment Creditors, will at
in the Boroueh ot T„ ' L appolf,tmcnt ' at hi "
the ?d day o? Arr n Sr- at,n, ' ( k ' Pfl ' on Thursday.'
which time and?£ t ™ °' d ° ck P ' M ' '
•ppear and present their claim,Tn ,ntnre9ted can
p. debarred free, ™i„, J * W
Teelhaimock .March V'b'j" ITOS ' Audi, " r
©(Tirr sf i£oniptroiltrcftl)r (£ nrrcnct}
WASHINGTON, February 23d. 1865.
WHEREAS ,by satisfactroy evidence presented to
the undersigned, it has been made to appear that
l 'The Wyoming National llank of Tunkhavnock," in
the Borough of Tunkhannock, in the County of Wy
oming, aM State of Pennsylvania, has been duly
organized under and according to the requirements
of the Act of Congress entitled "An Act to provide
j a National Currency, secured by a pledge of Uni
ted States bonds, and to provide for the circulation
; and redemption thereof," approved Juno 3, 1864.
! and has complied with all the provisions of said
Act required to be complied with before commenc
| ing ihe business of Banking under said Act :
I NOW, THEREFORE, I Hugh McCulloch, Comp
! trofler of the Currency, do hereby certify that ' The
I Wyoming National Bank of Tunkhannock" In the
j Borough of Tankhannock, in tho County of Wyo
■ ming, and Sfate of Pennsylvania, is authorized to
, commence the business of Banking under the Act
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, witness ray |gnd
and seal of office this Twenty-third day of Febru
j ry, 1355.
( SEAH ] COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
WHISKERS 1 WHISKERS!
Do you want Whiskers or Moustaches ? Our Gre
cian Compound will force tlieru to groon the
| smoothest face or chin, or hair on bald heads, in Six
j Weeks. Price, SI.OO, Sent by mail anywhere,
• closely sealed, on receipt ot price.
Address, WARNER A CO.. Box 138, Brooklyn,
WHISKERS ! ! !—Those wishing a fine set of whis
! kers, a nice moustache,or a beautiful head of glossy
hair, will please read the card of TIIOS, F. CHAP
MAN in another part of this paper.
Whereas letters testamentary to the Estate of
Hon, P. Lemon, late of North Branch, deceased,
have been granted to the subscribe.-, All persons
I indebted to the said Estate are requested to make
immediate payments, and those having demands
against the Estate of aaid deceased will make the
I same known without delay to,
E C. VINCENT,
JUIIN PFOUTS, i Exocutorr -
Ilazleton Luzerne Co., Pa.
DISSOLUTION OF CO
Tho Partnership between Ilallstead and llatn
mell, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe
notes and accounts will be left in the hands of
11. P. Ilallstead to settle.
H. P, HALLSTEAD,
LCI IS 11AKMLL
Nicholson, Feb. 9th, 1565.
The business will be continued by 11, P. HALL
STEAD who will be pleased to retain the patronage
of all who have patronized the old firm and will
be pleased to see any who may favor him with a
11, P, ILALLSTEAD,
' Nicholson, Feb.Dtli 18C5.
DISSOLUTION OF CO
The Co-partnership heretofore existing under the
firm name o' II- L. HARDING A Co. his this day
boen dissolved by mutual consent. All persons in
debted, will please call on H. 8. Harding, at Hali
te id's Store, au 1 settle uo without deliv.
11, L HARDING A Co.
Nicholson, Feb, 7th. 1865.
Whereas lett ers of Administration having been
granted to tbe subscriber, upon the estate of Carles
W. Ferris late of Mehoopany township deceased
All persons having demards against said estate are
requested to present them duly authenticated for
settlement; and all persons indebted are requested
to make immediate payment.
Mehoopany Feb. 7th, L'6s.
HELEN D 7ERRIA,
COURT OF APPEAL.
Notice is hpreby given, that tho Commissioners
of Wyoming Covnty, will hold a court of appeal at
their office in the Borough of Tunkhannock, for the
several townships in said County, commencing on
Monday, the 13th iy ot Mircta, 1363. antj all per
sons who may feel aggrieved on account of their tax
esjfor ttie year 1865., may attend aud be heard.
MARCH 13th lSbh.
Braintrim, Clinton, ani Baton townships.
VPX.rp 14th, 1965.
Exeter, Falls, Forkstn and Lemon,
MARCH loth, 1865,
Mehoopauy, Meshoppen, and Monroe.
MAHCH 16th, 1565.
Norrh Branch, Kcrthmoreland, Nictclson.
MARCH 17th, 1865.
Overfield, Tunkhannock T. I'. Washington, "Wind
March ISth, 1865, Turikhannjck Borough.
By order of the Coinmiss loners,
Commissioners Office, Tunk. Bo'r, Feb 14, 1865*
YV'M, F, TEHRV, Clerk,
The undersigned having been restored to health in
a few weeks, by n very simple remedy, after having
suffered several years, wi'h a severe lung affection,
and that dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to
make known to his fellow suSerers the means
To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of the
prescription used,(free of charge,)with tie directions
for preparing and using the same, which they will
find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi
tis, Choughs, Colds. Ac. The only object of the ad
vertiser in sending the Pres ription is to benefit the
afflicted, and spread information which h conceives
tc be inimluable ; and he nopes every sufferer will
try bis remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and
may prove a blessing.
Parties wish ig the prescription will please ad
ltev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
v4-n2B-3mo. M A Co,
WHEELER & WILSON'S
The Cheapest and Best.
OVER 150.000 OF THESE WELL-ESTABLISHED
BEWING-MACHINES HAVE BEEN SOLD.
J®-Swn> FOR CIRCULAR, LADIES' ALMANAC, Ac.
r Address WHEELER & WILSON
Setrinrp- MarJi i fa,
704 Ctostnut Street, Philadelphia.
STEVENS & MAY.
garble anb (jfraor Stows
OE EVERY DESCRIPTION*
MANTLEPIECES.RBLE AND STAND TOPS- POSTS
FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
CEMETERY LOTS FENCED AND FIT
TED UP TO ORDER.
M. M.FV. EVEES \ SCRANTO.N PA.
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION.
WATCHED CHAINS JIAMOSD BISSS.&C
ONE MILLION DOLLARS !
All to he Sold for One Dollar each ! !
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE.
Not to be paid for until you Know
What you are to Receive.
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES.
ALL TO BE SOLD FOR 81 00 EACH.
250 Gents' Gold Hunting-case
Watches 850 to §ls 0
250 Ladies' Gold End Enameled Case
Watches 35 " 70
500 G'-nts' Hunting-Case Silver
Watches 35 " 70
200 Diatnon 1 Rings 50 " 100
2,000 Gold Vest and Neck Chains 15 " 30
3J GO Gold Oval Band Bracelets 4 " 8
5.0(10 Chased Gold Bracelets 5 " 10
2.000 Chatelaine Chains and Guard
Chains 5 2*o
7,000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4 " 10
2.000 Lava and Florentine Brooches 4 " 6
5,000 Cor il,Opal and Emended Brooches 4 '' 8
5 000 Mosaic, Jet, Lava, and Florentine
Ear Drops 4 " 8
7,500 Coral. Opal, and Emerald Ear
Drops 4 " 6
4.000 California Diamond Breastpins 2 50 " 10
3.000 (fold Fob and Vest Welch Keys2so " 8
4 000 Fob and Vest Ribbon Slides 3 " 10
5,000 Sets of Solitaire Sleeve Buttons,
Studs etc. 3 " 8
3,000 Gold Thimbles. Pencils, etc 4 " 7
10.000 Miniature Lockets 2 50 " 8
4,000 '• " Magic Spring 3 " 20
3,000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, etc 2 " 8
5.000 Plain Gold Bings 4 " 10
5.000 Chased Gold Rings 4 " 10
10.000 Stone Set and Signet Rings 2 50 " 10
10.000 California Diamond Rings 2 " 10
7,500 Set Ladies' Jewelry—Jet fjind
Gold 5 " 15
6,000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry—Cameo,
Pearl, etc 4 '• J5
10,000 Gold Pens, Silver Extension Hol
ders and Pencils 4 " 10
10,000 Gold Pens and Gold Mounted Hol
ders 3 * 8
51 OOGoI 1 Pens and Gold Extension Hol
ders ft u JO
5.000 Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups 5 " 56
3.000 Silver Castors IS • 50
2,000 Silver Fruit and Cake Caskets 20 '■ 50
Messrs. T. A II GAUGIIAN A CO , 116 Broadway
New York, extensive MA\C FACTITRERS AND IMPOR
TERS of all the leading and most tasliionabl sfiles
of WATCHES AM) JEWELRY, desiring
to increase their business to an unlimited extent,
have resolved upon a CJreat 'lift Distribution
subject to the regulations following :
CERTIFICATES, naming each article and ill valdS
are placed in SEALER ENVELOPES, and well mixed.
One of these edvelops will he sept by mail to
addres® on receipt of '26 cents
ALL ARTICLES SOLD ATONE DOLLAR EACH
1 WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE !
On receipt of tho Certificate you will see what
you are going to have, and then it is at your option
to r end tho dollar and take the article or not. Pur-
I chasers may thus obtain a Gold AVatch, Diamond
Ring, or nny Set of Jewelry on our list for ONE
DOLLAR, and in no case can they get less than One
( Dollar's worth, as there are no blanks, The price
of Certificates is as follows :
One for 26 cents ; five for SI : eleven for $2 ;
thirty for S6 ; sixty-five for S'O ; one hundred for
AGENTS will be allowed ten rents on every Certi
ficate trdered by them piovided their remittance
amounts to One Dollar. Agent? will collect 25 cents
for every Certificate, and remit 15 cents to us, either
in cash or postage stamps.
T. .1 H. GAUGIIAN A CO.,
116 BROADWAY, NEW YORK-
The Lady's Friend.
Most households suffer great inconvenience from
BAIN. SNOW, IX.Sr, and COLD entering their
dwellings under tho outside doors. The ladies are
Annoyed with Soiled Carpets,
COLDFEFCL, and STCK CHILDREN from the
COLD DRAFT under the door, and DL'STY FUR
NITURE. We have the pleasure of altering to the
A Sure and Effectual Remedy for all these
Patent Metalic Weather Strip.
Which elicits the admiratson of ali who bave wit
The attention o the public is invited to this little
invention Its Simple, Durable, and Effective,
an<l is W0 RT Hi DOUB LE its cost every year in its
SAVING of Furniture, Fuji and Doctor's Bills.
IT CAN BE APPLIED TO ANY DOOR or
FRENCH WINDOW, is without springs or compli
cated machinory to get out of repair is the only
strip that can beremoved at pleasure and is in ov
ery sense of the term.
The Thing that all Hosekeepers Wan
The Subscri er having purchasod the right for
these strips vvi I furnish A fit them for those wishing
them at short notice and on reasonable terms.
The highest testimonials of their utility can be
given by all who have thein in use. No outside
door should be without them.
Tunkhannock, Pa. Feb- Ist, 1865
FOR RATS, 'MICE, ROACIIES, ANTS, BED BUGS
MOTHS IN FI RS WOOLENS, AC,, INSECTS ON PLANT
FOWLS, ANIMALS, AC,
Put up in 25c. 50c. nud -SI 00 Boxes. Bottles, and
Flasks. §3 and 45 sizes for Hotels, and Public in
"Only infallible remedies known."
„Free from Prisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their h. les to die."
Wholesale in all large cities.
J jfSold by all Druggists * Retailers everywher
L&\ !! BE WARE ! ! ! of 11 worthless imitatio
!3PSee that "COSTAR'S n name isach Box, Bott
nd Flash, before you buy.
I3TAddress HENRVR. COSTA
1 Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y.
fc^~ s °l d by J. Lyman, y Co., wholosale Retal,
|3T Agent, Turkhannock,
WM. M. PIATT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Of
in ficeßrich Stark'Dlockga St.. Tunk •
annock, Ia- 6 '
WATCHES, GRAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, &C
--OSE MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH!
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
One Dollar Each'f
Without regard to Value! Not to be paid
for until you know what you are to receive ! !•
Splendid List of Articles 11 All to be
Sold for fine Dollar Each ! ! !
250 Gents' Gold hutingcase Watchessso to $l5O each
250 Ladies' Gold and Enamelled hun
ting case Watches 35 " 70 "
500 Gents' hunting case Silver
Watches ..-35" 70"
200 Diamond ltings 50" 100"
500 Gold Vest and Neck Chains-• 4" 30 "
3000 Gold Oval Ban I Bracelets 4" 8 "
5000 Jet and Gold Bracelets 6 " 10 "
2000 Chatelaine Chains and Guaad
Cha : ns • ••5" 20"
7000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4•' 10 "
5000 Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooch
es < 4" 8 "
3000 Gold, Cameo, and Pearl Ear
Drops 4 " 8 "
5000 Mosaic. Jet, Lava, & Flr'ntine
Ear Drops 4" 8 "
7500 Coral Opal, and Emerald Ear
Drops 4 " G '•
4000 California Diamond Breast-pins2,so •' 10 "•
3000 Gold Fob and Vest Watch-keys 2 50 " 8 •'
4000 Fob and Vest Ribbons-slides 3 10 "
5000 sets Solita'ro Sleeve-buttons,
Studs, Ac 3 ' 8 ••
3000 Gold Thimbles. Pencils, Ac-•• • 4 " 6''
10000 Miniature Lockets 1,50" 10 '
4000 Miniature Lockets Magic
Spring 20 *' 20 '•
3000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac 2•' 8 "
5000 Plain Gold Kings 4 " 10 "
SUOO Chased Gold Rings 4'• 11"
10000 Stone Set and Signet Rings 2,50 " 10 ••
10000 California Diamond Rings 2" 10 -
7500 sets Ladies' Jewelry—Jet and
Gold 5 '■ 15 "
6000 sets Ladies' Jewelry—Cameo,
Pearl, Opal, and other stones 4 " 15 '•
10000 Gold Pens, Silver extension hol
ders and Pencils 4 " 10 ''
10000 Gold Pens and Gold mount d
Holders 6*• 16 1
5000 Gold Pens and Gold extension
Holders 15 $5 '•
5000 Ladies' Gilt and Jet Buckles 5 " 15 '•
5000 Ladies' Gilt and let Hair Bars &
Balls s•' 10 "
5000 Silver Gollcts and Drinkiug
Cups 5 " 50 "
3000 Silver Castors 15 • 50 "
2(700 Silver Fruit, Card, and Cake
Baskets 20 " 50 "
5000 dozen Silver Tea Spons 10 •' eO doz
10C00 dozen Silver Table Spoons and
F>rks HQ •' 40 "
ARK AN DALE Si CO., Manufacturers'
Agents, No, 167 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Announce that all of the above list of goods will be
sold for One Dollar each,
In consequence of the greOt, stagnation of trade in
the manufacturing iisjricts of England, through the
war having cut off the supply of cotton, a large
quantity of Valuable Jewelry, ori-inally intended
for the English market, has been sent off for sale in
this country. AND MUST BE SOLD AT ANY
SACRIFICE! ITider these circumstances, ARRAX-
I>ALE A CO.. acting as agents for the principal
European manufacturers, have resolved upon a
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBI TION, subject to the fol
lowing regulations :
Certificates of the various articles are first put into
envelopes, sealed up, and mixed ; and when order
ed, are taken out without regard to choice, and sent
by mail, thus giving all a (air chance, Ou receipt
of the certificate, 3 7 0u will see what you are to have,
and then it is at your option to send the dollar and
take the ar'i. Ie or rot. Purchasers may thus ob
tain a (fold Watch, Diamond King, or any Set of
Jewelry on our list for OSX DOLLAR.
Send 2.5 Cents fitr Certificate.
In all transactions by mail, we shall charge for
forwarding the Certificates, paying jtostage, and do
ing the business, 25 cents each, which must be in
closed when tlie Certifiest * is sent for. Five Certi
ficates will be sent fir SI, clefen for 5"2, thirty for
85 sixt -five tor 810, and a hundred tor 815."
AGENT*,--We want a;ents in every regiment
and in every town and county in the countfv, and
those acting as such will be allowed 10 cents on
every Certificate ordered by thetn, provided their
reuiittanne amounts to one dollar. Agents will col
loct 25 cents for every Certtticate, and remit 15 cts.
to us, eith r in cash or postage stamps.
ARK AN DALE Si CO.,
107 Broadway, N. Y,
SCOTT Se li .VLDWIN'S
LADIES. MISS E S AND C HiLO REN'S
St. Nicholas Block, 503 Broadway
MRS. E. WINTLE.
(Formerly of "GBSIS'S BAZAAR,")
Under whose Supcrin.lence tho above Departments
are conducted, is pleased to announce to her former
patrons and the Ladies of New York genarally, that,
in connection with the numerous ARTISTES under
her direction, she is prepared to furnish, promptly,
fabies, illincs anb (Djil&rcn's (Outfit
iiti) to (Oriwr,
LADIES UNDER LINEN.
Offino Quality, Kept in Sifick, ready for immedi
Radicular attention given to
© & US A 3*7 J& © 338 AH X.
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES
PAID FOR GRAIN AT
GROVE iBII MILLS"
in Lemon Township.
TBEADORK A. JACKSOX, the Leasee of these Mills.
v practical Miller of long oxperience, thankful for
past favors, hopes by giving bis personal attention
to the business to merit a continuance of the same.
FLOUR and FEED of ALL KINDS constantly on
hand and for SALE.
satisfactorily and expeditiously done.
THEO. A JACKSON.
The Subscriber having' permanently located
Harrisburg. Offers for sale,
A HOUSEAND LT
situate in the Borough of Tunkhannock. The
House is well finished nnd in good repair with small
Barn, out houses. Grape-arbor, Fruit trees Ac. there
on. The Lot contains one half acre and is pleasant
ly situated on the principal street leading through
Price, reasonable and terms Easy.
For Particulars Apply,to Harvey Sick lor of unk-.
bannock Pn : or address tho undersigned atTHarris
bnrg Feb. Ist 1866, GEO. J. BOLTON
Orplia ns Curt Sale.
0 The undersigned Guardian of the Minor children
If Nathan Sturd -rant, Dec'd, will expose to sale by
"üblic vendue. >n the lOthday of March, 1565, at
ne o'clock P A. at the premise* hereinafter de
cribed all th t certain lot of land situate in Falls
township, bounded north by lan 1 of Morris Stnrde
vant, East by public road lending from Falls to
Clinton Corners, on the South and West by land of
Hiram Evans, Chauncy Sherwood and Samupl Dai
ly Jr., with one Saw Mill and Dwelling House
thereon, containing about two acres, with the ap
purtenances, Ac , late the estite of said Nathan
Sturdevant, now deceased
U. S. 7-30 LOAN
By authority of the Secretary of the Treasury, the
undersigned has assumed the General Subscription
Agency for the sale of United States Treasury Notes
bearing seven an hreo tenths per cent, interest,
peraftnum, Known as the
S EVEN-THIRTY LOAN.
These Ncftefc'nre issued under date of August 15th.
1864' and arc payable three years from that time,
in currency or art convertible at the op ion of the
U. jl, 5-20 Six per ceut,
These 3onds are now worth a premium of nine per
cent, including gold interest from Nov, which
makes tjife actual profit on the 7-30 loan, at current
rates, including interest, about ten per cent, pet
annum, besides its exemption from State and muni
cipal taxation, uhich adds from one, to three per
cent, iti)re according to the rate levied on other
property. The interest is payable semi-annually by
coupons attached to each note, which may be cut off
and sent to any bank or banker.
The interest amounts to
<Ni! cent per day on a BSO note",
Two cents " " " SIOO "
Ten " *• " " $.700
20 • " " "Siooo
Si '* " "SSOOO "
Notes of all the denominations named will-be
promptly furnished uyon receipt of subscriptions.—
THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
now effered by the Government; and it is confidently
expected that its superior advantages will make it
6BEAT POPULAR LOHN OF THE PEOPLE.
Less than 8200,000,000 remain unsold, which will
probably be disposed of within the next 60 or 90
days, when the notes will undoubtedly command a
premium, as has uniformly been the case on closing
the subscristions toother Loans.
In order that citizens of every town and section of
the country may be afforded fae'lities for taking the
loan, the National Banks, State Barks, uid Private
Bankers throughout the country have generally
agreed to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers
will select their own agents, in whom they have con
fid-nee, and who only are to be responsible for the
delivery of the notes for which they receive orders.
St nscrtiPfiox AGENT, Philadelphia.
Si BoCRirTIOJiS WILL Bis RECEIVED by the First
and Second National Banks at Scranton, Wilkes
Barre and Towanda
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
CAPITAL., S.IOOO 000, PAID IN,
FISCAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
AXD SPECIAL AGENT FOR JAY COOKE 7 SEFSCBIFTIOX
Will deliver 7-30 Notes, Free of
by express, 111 all parts of the country, and receive
in payment Checks on New York, Philadelphia, and
Boston, current bills, and all five per cent, interest
notes, with interest to date of subscription. Orders
sent by mail will be promptly filled.
This Bank receives tbe accounts of Bank and
Bankers on favorable terms ; also of individuals
keeping New York accounts.
J. 1. HILL, flashier. J. L . OR\ IS, President.
proclama TIO N I
TO TIIE LADIES !
Roth Married and Single.
THE OLDFST REGULATOR FOR FEMALES.
DR. CHEESE MAN'S FEMALE PILLS
Will immediately relieve, without pain, all disturb
ance of the periodic discharge, whether arising trotn
relaxtion or suppression. They act like a charm in
removing the pains that aceompnny difficult or im
moderate menstruation, and are the only safe and
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 unpleasmt and dangerous effects of
an unnatural condition of tho sexual functions. In
the worst cases of Fluor Albus, or Whites, they ef
fect a speedy cure
DR. CHEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS
Have been used OVER A QUARTER OF A CEN
TURY. They are offered as the only safe means of
renewing interrupted menstruation, but Ladies must
bear in mind that there is one condition of the fe
male system in which the Pills cannot "be taken
milhout producing; a rECULIA.R RESULT
The condition referred to is PREGNANCY
the result , MISCARRIAGE, Such is the irresist
ible tendency of the medicme to restore the sexual
functions to a normal condition, that even the pro
ductive power of nature cannot resist it THEY
CANN OT DO HARM in any other way.
D R. CHEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS
Are the on]y Medicine Mat MARRIED AND SIN
OLE LADIES have relied upon for many years, or
can rely upon now. BEWARE OF IMITA
TIONS I These Pills form the Finest Preparation
ever put forward , with IMMEDIATD and PER
SISTENT SUCCESS. DON'T BR DFC'EIY*
ED. Take this advertisement to your Druggist,
and tell him that you want the BEST and "most
RELIABLE FEMALE MEDICINE IN THE
WORLD, which is comprised in
DR. CHEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS !!!
They have received, and are now receiving the
sanction of the most eminent Physicians in Amer
EXPLICIT DIRECTIONS with each Box —the
price, One Dollar per Box , containiug from 50 to
Pills sent by mail, promptyl , by remitting the
price to the Proprietors, or any authorized Agent,
in current funds.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
HUTCHINGS & IIILLYER, PROPRIETOR'S,
81 Cedar Street, Aew York.
Sold in TunKhannock, by J. W. Lvraan. in
Montrose, by Able Turrell, in Scranton by L. S.Jt
E. P Fuller, in Factoryville by all Druggists
GEO S.TUTTOW, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Tunkhonnock, Pa. Office in Stark's Brick
lock, Ttoga street
FINKLE Sl LYON'S
NEW PATENT ROTARY FE?D
the following facta demonstrate that these Mt
chinea'comprise the HIGHEST IMPROVEMEXTS IX TB
I SEWING MACHINE ART. viz.—
I 1. Each MACHINE isguarantoed to give better satis
faction than any othsr Sewinfi Machine in Market
or money r funded.
2. They have taken many of the HIGHEST PREMIUM
at the most important EXHIBITIONS and PAIM
ever held in the Uuiteo States.
3. They make the LOCK STITCH alike on both sides—
thus sarirtg more than half the thread and silk
used in th raveling ridge seams of the loop-stitsk
and single thread Sewing Machines.
4. They are adapted to the -ridest range of
and light sc wing, h *, r f
5. They have no rattling wires, or delicate at
tachment to keep in repair.
6 . They require no taking apart to clean or oil, and
no • Lessons'' to set "needle, regulate teniion or
Please call and examine and demonstrate for
ngursclf, or send ior CIRCULAR with samples of ssw
FINKLE & LYOJT .*• S. CO
No. 538 BROADWAY NEW YORK
E. & H,T, ANTHONY & CO,, '
Manufacturers of Photographic Ma
WHOLESALE AND RELAIL,
501 BROAD WAY, N. Y.
In addition to our main business of PHOTO
GRAPHIC MATERIALS, we are Headquarters for
the foil iwing, viz •
ms® i o mm
Of th se we have an immense assortment, including
War Scenes, American and Foreign Cities and
Landscapes, Groups, Statuary, Ac. Ac, Also, re
volving Sterescopes, for public or private exhibi
tion. Our catalogue will be sent to any address on
receipt of Stgirp.
We were the first to introduce these into the Unit
ed States, and wc manufacture immense quantitiea
in great variety, ranging in price tr m 50 cents to
850. Our ALBUMS have the reputation of being
superior in beauty and durability to any others.
They will be sent by mail, free, on receipt of price,
I3TFINE ALBUMS MADE TO ORDER-
CARD PHOTOGRAPH P.
Our CatiiloguewbrnYPmcaso rhik FIVE THOU
SAND different s Kae "kub oe additions are
continually being made) of Portraits of Eminent
Americans, Ac., viz : about
100 Major-Generals, 550 Statesmen,
200 Brig.-Generals, 130 Divines,-
275 Colonies, . 125 Authors,
100 Lieut.-Coloneis", 40 Artists,
250 Other Officers 125 Stage,
75 Navy Officers. 50 Prom'nt Women,
156 Prominent Foreign Portraits,
1 06 COPIES OF WORKS OF ART,
including reproductions of the most celebrated En
graving?. Paintings, Stafues Ac. Catalogs sent oa
receipt of Stamp. An order for One Dozen PIC
TURES from our Catalogue will be filled 612 the re
ceipt of ail,SO and sent by tnail, FREE.
Photographers and others orderrug goods C. 0.
D. will plea e remit twenty-five per cent of th*
ainowi their order.
E & If T ANTHONY & CO.
MannJactUrers of Photographic Materials,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORR.
The prices and Quality ofcar Goods cannot Jail tct
Nov 9 1863 12tnov
FOR TIIE MILLION !
Pens to Suit the Hand, and Prices to Suit
The Best Gold Pens in the World 1
On receipt of the following sums, we will send, by
mail, or as directed, a Gobi Pert or Port?; selecting
the same according to the description, namely.
Gold Pens, in Silver Plated Exten
sion Cases, with Pencils.
For 81 No. 2 pen.; far 81.25. No. 3 peri'; for 1,50,
No. 4 pen ; for 83 No. 5 pen; for 82,25 No. 6 pen
These pens are stamped IMPERIAL PEN,
and are well finished and fine writing GOLD PENS,
with good aridum points, although they are unwar
ranted and cannot be exchanged.
WARRANTED COM) f ENS.
Our name (AMERICAN GOLD PEN CO. N.Y.,) is
stamped on a Hour first quality Pens, and the points
are warranted for six monts; except against acci
dent. Our second quality Pens, arc stamped THE
NATIONAL PEN, with the initials of our firm (A,
G, P. Co ,) and aro carefully made, having the
same points as our first quality Pens, the only great
difference being in the quality of the Gold.
Gold Pens' Ist and 2d quality in
Solid Silver Extension Cases
For 82,00 a No. 1 pen lit quality, or a No. 2 pen
For 82 25 a No. 2 pen Ist quality, or a No-3 pen
2d qua lity
For 82 25 a No. 3 pen Ist quality, or a No 4 pen
For S3 50 a AO 4 pen Ist quality, or a No. 5 pen
For 84 50 a No. 5 pen Ist quality' or a No. 6 pen
For 85 50 a No. 9 pen Ist quality
The same Gold Pens, in Solid Silver
Gold-Plated Ebony Desk Hold
ers and Morocco Cases.
For 82 25 a No. 3 pen Ist quality, or a No. 4 pod
For 82 50 aNo 4 pen Ist-quality, or a No. 5 pen
For 83 20 a No. 5 pen Ist quality, or a No. 6 pen
2d quality j
For 84 00 a No. 6 pen Ist quality. For| 85 58 a
No 7 pen For 86 75 a No. 8 pen. For 812-
00 a No. 12 pen ; all first quality.
Our pens rank throughout the country as equal if
hot superior to any Gold pens manufactured. Nrit
only for their writing qualities but durability ail d
elegant finish. The greatest carc is used in thei r
manufacture, and none are sold with the slightest
imperfection which skill can detect. .
Parties in ordering must specify the name, num
ber and quality in all instances and whether stiff
or limber,- course or fine
A discount of 12 per cent, will be allowed on
sums of s}s, if sent to one address, at one time ;
15 per cent, on 825 ;20 per cent, on 840.
All remittances by mail, REGISTERED, are at our
risk- To all who enclose 20 cents extra for regis
tering, we guarantee the safe delivery of the goods.
Circulars of all our new styles, with Engravings
of exact sizes, and prices, sent upon receipt of stamp
if desired. Pen i repointed for 50 cents, by mail.
Stationers aud Jeweler? arc requostod to corres
pond with us as we can offer them great induce
AMERICAN GOLD PEN CO..
v4-n26-3 mos No 200 Broadway, N,Y*
I>R. .T. C. BROKER .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Wottld respectfully announce to the citizensof Wy
ming. that he has located at Tunkhannoek where
he will promptly attend to all call? in the line of
t 'i r Will bo found at boine on Saturdays of