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1865 HEAD 1865.
HAND TO YOUR NEIGHBOR.
TII riiuiiifiu HI.
Til OULT DEMOCRATIC DJILY MOMIWf JOURNAL
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GLOSSBRENNER <fc WELSH,
430 CHESTNUT STREET,
MATRIMONIAL— LADIES AND GENTLE
MEN ; if JOQ wish to marry you can do so by ad
draesiug me. I will send yon, without money and
witheut pnoe, valuable information, that will enable
l°* „ "w? 7 h PP'ly and speedily, irrespective of
*ge, wealth or beauty. This information will cost
yon nothing and it you wish to marry. 1 will eheer-
Au Strictly confidential. -
reward util D? 4 ' 1 ™ Mn£ by return mail, and no
SARAH B. LAMBERT,
Y4-n4O-3.n0 " York
>i ni '
(fflTift sf CsmptroUirof tljcCEorrtßrn
WASHINGTON, February 23d. 1865.
WHIRIAS. by sat if. fac troy evidence presented to
the undersigned, it has been made to appear thai
"The Wyoming National Bank of Tunkhasnock,' 1 in
the Borough of Tnnkhannock. in the County of Wy
oming, and State of Pennsylvania, has been duly
organised under and according to the requirement!
of the Act of Congress entitled "An Act to provide
a National Currency, secured by a pledge of Uni
ted Stares bonds, and to provide for the circulation
aod redemption thereof," approved June 3, 1864.
and has complied with all the provisions of said
Act required to be complied with before commenc
ing the business of Banking under said Act:
NOW, THEREFORE, I Hugh McC'ullocb, Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that ' The
Wyoming National Bank of TunkllanDock" in the
Borough of Tunkhannock, in the County of Wyo
ming, and State of Pennsylvania, is authorized to
commence the business of Banking under the Act
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, witness my hand
and seal of offiea this Twenty-third day of Febru
| ry, 1865.
;SKA I. J COMPTROLLER OF THE CCRRENCT.
Take notice,!hat [ ha\e applied to the Honorable,
the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas for the
County of Wyoming, for the benefit of the Insolvent
laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and
they have appointed Monday, the 17tb d iy of April
next, at II o'elock. A M to hear me and my Credi
tors at the Court House, in the Borough of Tunk
hannock, when and where you may attend it you
Maf- h I3tb, 1863. PATRICK DUFFY
ERRORS OF YOUTH,— A gentleman who suffered
for years fi om Nervous and Genital Debility, Night
ly emissions and Seminal Weakness, the result • f
youthful indiscretion and came near ending his
day# in hopeless misery, will for the sake of suffer
ing man, send to any one afflicted, the simple means
i used by him which effected a cure in n few weeks,
after the failure of numerous medicines. Send a di
rected envelope and stamp abd It wilt cost you noth
Address EDGAR TREMAINE,
Station L 12Sth St.
New York City.
CONSUMPTION --A valuable tfeatise by a Retired
Physician, on the nature of Consumption and its
various stages, together with rules for self-treatment
price 10 cents, including postage, and simple pre
scriptions which hare cuied thousands will be sent,
free of charge, to any ono applying. It will cost
you nothing, ami may be the means ofsaving
jour money aud perhaps your life. Send an
addressed envelope to
STEPHEN HAMLIN, M. D.,
New Yerk City.
LOVE AND MATNIMCNT. —Any Lady or Oentlorr.v
sending uie nn a.idresse t, ehveiope and stamp riil
receive full directions for gaining the affections of
the "opposite sex. andwhich will enable them to
marry happily, irrespective of wealth, age or
beaut v. Address
MRS MARIE I.EMOILLE.
Harlem P. Q„ **
New York City.
W HISKERH : WIIISKEHS!
Do you want Whiskers or Moustaches ? Our Gre
; cian Compound wtil force them to gro/ on the
! smoothest face or chin, or hair on bald heads, in Six
i Weeks. Price, 51.00, Sent by mail anywhere
closely sealed, on receipt of price.
Address, VVAKN'EK A CO.. Box 138. Brooklyn,
LUMBER TAKEN UP.
W M.DtsWITT Esq.
SIR : The following is a
list of Lumber taken ' up by me at Tunkh:.nnock
Borough Wyoming County Pa. on the North Branch
of the Susquehanna River—on Saturday, the 18th
March, 1865—with the marks thereon.
About 5,500 ft, of white pine boards, one inch
About 5.000 ft. of them 16 ft. long ; and 500 ft.
12 ft. long,
The number of feet on each marked with red
You are requested to enter this statement upon
your Docket and cause the same to be advertised
according to law.
Tank Pa. March, 22,1865,
LUMBER TAKEN UP.
J. G. DAVIS Esq.
SIR The following is a list
of lumber taken up by me at Meshopi-en Wyoming
Co. Pa. en the North Branch of the Susquehanna
River, on Saturday, March ISth, iS6s—with the
Abont 5,000 ft. of white pine inch Boards. About
3,500 L. thereof, sixteen feet long ; and the remain
der twelve feet long.
The number of feet on each board, marked with
Thelet;ers 'S, B. P." marked with chalk OD
three or four boards.
You are requested to enter this upon your Docket
and to advertise the same according to law.
J. A. ELLSWORTH.
Meshoppen, Wyoming Co, Pa,
March 22, 1855,
The undersigned having been restored to health In
a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having
suffered several yeiirs, wi ha severe lung affection,
an i that dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to
make known tohU fellow sufferers the means o
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used,(free of charge,)with the directions
for preparing and using the saute, which they will
find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi
tis, Chonghs, 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
U, be invaluable ; and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remody, as it will cost them nothing, and
may prove a blessing.
Parties wish ig tho prescription will please ad-
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
▼4-a2B-3mj. M A Co,
STILL IN THB FIELD
Announces to the Ladies of Tunkhannock and vicini
ty, that she has just received a fine assortment o
Spring and Slimmer 1
at her rooms opposite Wm. Piatts-office,where can be
found in great variety, all the
- OF- -
BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, HEAD DRESS
ES, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, TRIMMING
HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS,
and everything in the lire of Millinery and Fane
Goode, which she wijl sell at the lowest cash price
13F* REPAIRING promptly and neatly dene*
ak. May 10, 1865
The undersigned, havhig been appointed Mercan
ile appraiser for the County of Wyoming, for the
year 1865, hereby certifies the following to be a
correct list of Retailers in Foreign Merchandise
with their names, class and rate in the sorera
Townships to wit; -
CLASS NAMES RATE
12 E. Merritt 912,50
13 Stereos A Taylor 10,00
" Bunnell A Brother, 10,00
12 Gardner A Son 12,50
12 E Frear A Co. 12,60
12 U. A S. C. Mithewsoa 12,60
13 W. Briggs A Son 10,00
13 John Wells 10,00
14 J. V Carpenter 7,000'
13 Amos Beemer 10,00
13 Chauncy Sherwood 10,00*
14 Peter McQueen 7,00
14 11. Hitchcock 7.00
15 G. n. Burgess 7,00
13 J. T. Jeonings A Brother 10,00
13 Wm H. Barnes 10,00
14 Henry Love 7,00
14 Wm. Jennings 7,00
12 Sterling A Lpotnis 12,50
13 D. Hnnkiuson 10,00
14 Jacob Hallow 7,00
12 Williams A Birge 12.50
12 H. P. Ilallstead 12,50
14 N. P. Wilcox 7,00
14 Billings A Squire 7,00
14 E Nichols 7,00
14 S- L. Tiffany 7,00
13 H Keeler 10,00
13 Howard A Winters 10,00
14 Wm. C. Garey 7,00
11 T. L. Ross A Co. 15,00
12 Mott A Wright 12,50
14 John Weil 7,00
14 Samuel Stark 7,00
14 C. P. Millef 7,00
14 E. Wheelock 7.00
lfr Geo. Leighton 700
14 T. B. Wall 7 00
14 C. M. Koon 7.00
15 R. ROM 7,00
14 Hiram S Graves 7,08
13 F C. Bunnell 10.00
13 G. W. Furman 10.00
14 F. W. Zimmerman 7,00
An appeal will be held at the Court Home, on
Thursday, June first, 1565, for all who may feel
I aggrieved by said assessment.
PAUL CLAYTON. Mercantile Appraiser.
~ A LA~MO
THE LATEST FROM NEW YORK,
MRS. A. O. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN
aga-n informing her friends, and the ladies gen
erally that she has received, and is still receiving
a new and well selected assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Consisting of lIATS. BONNETS. RIBBONS
FLOSSES, FEATHERS, L' C HEAD
DRESSES, . and, in short all A.t.C es usually
tound in a
She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in
her line, before purchasing elsewheie. Mra Stark
can be found at the house formerly occupied by Hen
ry Stark 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 Fit and Make
Dresses in the latent and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your culls before purchasing elsewhere, we
MRS. A. GST ARK.
Tunk . May 10th 1865
.fine of images,
Auburn 4 Corners.
The s bscribers are running a New Daily Line of
Stagg, on the above route.
Passengors from Auburn 4 Corners start from that
place at three o'clock A. M arrive at Bacon's
Hotel in time for breakfast, and to take the EX
PRESS train for NEW YORK and PHILADEL
PHIA, or the Accommodation Train going north
and west. Start from Nicholson Depot on arrival
of Express and Accommodation trains Like supper at
Bacon's Hotel and arrive at Auburn 4 Corners the
GOOD HORSES MD HACKS,
andobliging and attentive Drivers on the line.
Mar 22. 1865. S. D. BACON
STEVENS & MAY.
iflurblf on & (oraoe Stones
OE EVERY DESCRIPTION*
MAN TLEPIECES.TABIE AFD STAND TCPS- POSTS
TILING, fit C..
FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
CEMETERY LOTS FENCED AND FIT
TED UP TO ORDER.
M Ma" T " S ' 1 SCRANTO.N PA.
LOST at Terytown, in the Susquehanna river, on
the 24th day of March, an eld leather pocket-book !
tied up with a shoestring, containing money, in the
neighborhood of 9120 or 9130.The finder will be en
titled to the above reward, by returning the pocket
book and money to the subscriber, at Tajvsnda,
Bradford Co. Pa, JOHN BEfDLEMAN.
Goods Sold at an
The Subscriber has just returned
from Philadelphia and New York,
with a very large and well selected
In all its branches,
and Guods for
In short, everything belonging to
a First Class Dry Goods Store.
Having bought Goods at the very
lowest market, ' SMALL PROFITS AND
QUICK SALES" being my motto, I am
UNDERSELL THE LOWEST.
I invite my friends and Customers,
and the Public generally, to examine
myGoods. JOHN WEIL.
GOLD HAS FALLSNF.
AND SO HAS
o. s. Mills'
STOVE AND TIN-SHOP^
where every thing it, the line of his trad" can be
had at the
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at h's Shop, the lat
est and most improved Patterns of
with ail the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete.
Roofing & Guttering
in all its branches, attended to on abort notice and on
H E-!> uflL. 3C J T*
PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONE
O S. MILLS
funkhanno k, Apr. 12th, 1963. v3-nl3.
E. & II,T, ANTHON Y A CO,,
Manufacturers of Photographic Ma
WHOLESALE AND RELAIL,
501 BIIOADJFAY, N. Y.
In rdditim to our main business of PHOTO
GRAPHIC MATERIALS, we are Hendquirtere for
the foil iwing. vix •
■i in sTinrii
Of th se we have an immense a3so*fmcnt, including
War Sceies, American and Foreign C ties and
Landscnpes, Groups, Statuary, Ac. Ac, Also, re
volving Sterescopes, for public or private exhibi
tion. Our catalogue will be eont to any address on
receipt of Stamp.
We were the first to intioduce these into the Unit
ed States, aud we mam facture immense quantities
in gieut vanety. ranging in price tr m 50 cents to
#5O. Our ALBUMS iiive the reputation of being !
superior in beauty and durability to any others
They will be sent by mail, free, on receipt of price,
E3TFINE ALBUMS MADE TO ORDER-
CARD PHOTOGRAPH ?*.
Our Caiftlogucwbrn YPmcaso rhik FIVE THOU
SAND different s Kae "kub oe additions are
continually being made) of Portraits of Eminent
Americans, Ac., vis : about
100 Major-Generals, 550 Statesmen,
200 Brig.-Generals, 130 Divines,
275 Colonies, 125 Authors,
100 Lieut.-Colonels, 40 Artists,
250 Other Officers 125 Stage,
75 Navy Officers. 50 Prom'nt Women,
156 Prominent Foreign Portraits,
1 00 COPIES OF WORKS OF ART,
including reproductions of the most celebrated En
gravings, Paintings, Statues Ac. Catalogue sent on
receipt of Stamp. An order for One Dozen PIC
TURES from our Catalogue will he filled on the re
ceipt of #l,BO and sent by mail, FREE.
Photographers and others ordering goods C. 0.
D. will plea e remit twenty-five percent of the
amowi their order.
E A H. T ANTHONY 6i CO
Mannjacturers of Photographic Materials,
501 BROADWAY NEW YORR.
The prices and Quality of our Goods cannot Jail ts
Nov 9 1863* 12mos
We wish to engage good, a-tive and enterprising
agents everywhere to introduce and sell articles
needed in every family. From five to twenty dol
lars can be earned every day with little effort.—
Send an addressed envelope and stamp for a circu
TRIPP A CO.
422| Broadway ,
New York City.
U. S 7-30 LOAN.
Ttte sale of the first series of 9300 000,000 of the
7-30 Loan was completed on the 31st of March, 19-
65, The sale oj the aeoood series of Three Hur
dred Millions, payable three years from the 15th
day of Jane, 1865, was began on the Ist of April.—
In Me short space of thiry days, over One Hun
dred Millions of this series have been sold— leaving
| thie day less than Two Hundred Millions to be dis
posed of. The interest is payable semi-annually in
currency on the 15th of December and 15 th of June
by Coupons attached to each note, which are read
ily cashen anywhere. It amounte to
One cent per day on a 960 note,
Two centa •• 44 " SIOO ••
Ten 44 44 " 4 * ftSOO *
20 4 - 44 "•1000 44
• 1 4 44 4 s "SftOOO 44
More and More Desirable.
The Rebellion is suppressed, aod the Government
has already adopted me asures to reduce expendi
turea as rapidly as possible to a peace footing, thus
wiihdrawing from market as borrower and purcha s
This is the ONLY LOAN IN MARKET now
offered by the Government, and constitutes the
GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF THE
The Seven-Thirty Notes aro convertible on their
maturity, at the option of the holder, into
U. A, 5-20 Six per cent,
Which are always worth a premium.
Free from Taxation.
The 7-30 Notes cannot be taxed by Towns, Cities
Counties or States, and the interest is not taxed un
less lus of the owner's income exceeding
six hundred dollars a year. This fact increases their
value from one to three per cent, per annum, accor
ding to the rate levied on other property.
Le?s than 9200,000.000 of the Loan authorised by
the last Congress are now on the market. This,
amount, at the rate at which it is being absorbed
will all be subscribed for within two months, when
the notes will undoubtedly command a premium, as
has uniformly been the case on closing the subscrip
tions to other Loans It 'now seems probable that
no considerable amount beyond the present series
will be offered to the public.
In order that citizens of every to vn an ! section of
the country may be afforded fac'liti., for taking the
loan, the National Banks, State Barks, end Private
Bankers throughout the country have generally
agreed to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers
will select their own agents, in whom they have con
fidence, and who only are to be responsible for the
delivery of the notes for which they receive orders.
SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, Philadelphia.
SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RECEIVED by the Wyo
myomtng National Bank at Tnnkhancock ; at the
Second National Banks at Scraoton, Wilkesßarre
Towanda and Pittston.
: THE"NINTH NATTONALIANK
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
CAPITAL* OOO,PAID IN,
FISCAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
AND SPECIAL AGENT FOR JAY COOKE' SUBSCRIPTION
Will deliver 7-30 Notes, Free of
hy express, in 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. T. HILL. Cashier. J. U. ORVIS, President.
PROCLAMA T I O N!
TO THE LADIES !
Both Married aud Single.
THE OLDFST REGULATOR FOR FEMALES.
DR. CHEESE MAN'S FEMALE PILLS
Will immediately relieve, without pain, #1! disturb
ance of the periodic discharge, whether arising trom
relaxtion or suppression. They act like a charm in
removing the pains that accompnny 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 unpleasi nt and dangerous effects of
an unnatural condition of the sexual functions. In
the worst cases of Fluor Alb'is. or Whites, they ef
fect a speedy cure
DR. CHEESEMAN'S FEM ALB PILLS
Have been uaod 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 he taken
mithout producing a PECULIAR RESULT.—
The condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the result, MISCARRIAGE, Such is the irresist
ible tendency of the medicine 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 oniy Medicine that MARRIED AND SIN
GLE LADIES have relied upon for many years, or
can rely upon now. BEWARE OF IMITA
TIONS ! These Pills form the Finest Preparation
ever put forward, with IMMEDIATD and PER
SISTENT SUCCESS. DON'T BE DFCEIV
ED. Take this advertisement to your Druggist,
and tell him that you wdnt the BEST and most
RELIABLE FEMALE MEDICINE IN THE
WORLD, whieh is comprised 7a
DR. CHEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS !!!
Tbey hsve 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, containing from 50 to
Pills sent by mail, promptyl , by remitting the
price to the Proprietors, or aDy authorised Agent, 1
in current funds. ' i
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
HUTCIIINGS A HILLYER, PROPXIITOR'I,
81 Cedar Street, New York,
ET Sold la Tun*bannock, by J. W. Lyman, in
Montroee, by Able Tnrrell, in Soranten by L. B.A
B, C. Fuller, in Faetoryville by all Druggieta.
WATCHES Sl JEWELRTf
• 1,000,000, WORTH I
To be disponed of at ONE DOLLAR each, wth
out rega r d to value, not to be paid jar
until you kaow what you are to
BY A, H. ROWEN A CO.,
(AgcpU forth* Manufactures#,)
Wo 30 Oeckman Street, New-Yerk,
CST Head the following list of Article# to be toM
fcr ONE DOLLAR 5--
100 Gold Hunt'imp-Case Watch** *a*k 8126 Otf
100 " Watches, various styles" 75 00
100 ' La-lies' Gold Watches--••- " 50 00
500 Silver Watches. each 020 00 to 35 00
6,000 Latest style rest A neck
chain* * * 500t020 00
5,500 Gent's California diamond
pin* " foBto2o 00
4,000 California diamond eardrop* u 5 OOto 10 00
3,000 Miniature Revolving Pins-. " 5 OOto 10 00
2,oooCalifornia Diamond sad
enamelled Gent's scarf pin*
new styles •* SOOIoIOOO
2,000 Masonic and Emblem pins-* " 3 00 to 10 00
2,500 Geld Band Bra6eleta,engraved *• 3 00 to 2000
3 000 Jet and Moaaio Brooch*#-••• " 300 to 1000
2,000 Cameo Brooches ..." 50©t020 00
3,000 Coral Ear Drops " 4 OOto 600
2.000 Ladies' Watch Chains. " 800to15 00
6,000 Gent's Pins,a splendid assort't" 200to10 00
4 000 Solitaire sleeve Buttons---- •' 300 to 1000
£,OOO Studs and Sleeve Buttons, in .
sets, " 3 OOto 1000
5,000 Sleeve Buttons, plain. A en
graved •' 200 to 800
10,000 plain and engraved Rings •• 2 50 to 10 00
8,000 Lockets, richly engraved -... u 209t010 00
15,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, new and
latest styles - " 600t012 00
5.00 Handsome Seal Rings " 300 to 800
2.000 Sets Bosom Studs •' 250 to 600
1.000 Gold Pens and Gold Holders " 15 00 to 26 00
2,000 Sets Jet and Gold Ptrs and
Ear Drops, latest styles, very
ric'i " 600to10 00
2 000 Gold Thimbles. Pencils, Ac-• " 400 to 600
10,000 Gold Pers, and silver cases-- " 500 to 3 00
10,000 " " Ebony holders-• ' 400 to 600
This entire list of heavtiful and valuable good*
will be sold for ONE DOLLAR each. Certificate* of
all the above articles will be placed in euTUlop**,
and sealed. These envelopes are sent by mail. ae
ordered, without regard to choi e. Oa the reoetpi
of the certificate ycu will see what you are to ha**,
and then it is at your option to send the Dellu and
take the article, or not.
Five certificates can be ordered for 81 ; eleven for
82 ; thirty f>r 85 ; sixty five for 810 ; and one bma
dred for 815. We will send a single Certificate oa
the receipt of 25 cents for one certificate and ourcir
cu'ar with terms.
A. H. ROWEN ACO.,
36 Bcekman Street, N. T. Box 4270,
Ayer*s Ague Cure,
FOR THE SPP.EPTCCRE OF
erinittent Fever, or Feer ft*d
Agiie, Remittent Fever, Chill Fe
ver, Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodi
cal Headache, or Bilious Headache,
and Bilious Fevers, indeed for the
whole class of diseases originating
in biliary derangement, caused by
the Malaria of miasmatic coun
FEVER and .Ague is not the oe.ly consequence of
tho miasmatic j-bisoto A great variety of dis
orders arise from its irritation, in malarious district*
among which are IS'euraJgia, Rheumatism. Gouth
ITeadache, Blindness, Toothache, Earache, CateArha
Asthma, Palpitation. Painful Affection of Uu
Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels, Colic Par
alysis, and Derangement of the Slomachl all of
which, when originating in this "Cunis 1 ' e*dels,llbe
poison from the blood, and tbusenres them all aliks
t is not only the most effectual remedy ever di so o
ered for this class of complaints, but it is the cheap
est and moreover is perfectly safe. No hares cam
arise from its use, and the patient when cured is left
as healthy as if he had never had the disease. Can
this be said of any other cure for Chills and Fever
It is true of th : s. and its importance to those afflicted
with the complaint CJMiot be over estimated. So
sure is it to cure the Fever nnd Ague, that it nay he
truthfullv said to be a certain remedy. One Deal
er complains that it is not a good medicine to sell,
because one bottle cures a whole neighborhood.
Prepared byJ.C. AVER A CO., Lowell Mas*
and sold by Satnl. Stark Tunkhannock. end ell deal
ers in medicine everywhere
FINKL E & I, VO N '
NEW PATENT ROTARY FEED
The following facts demonstrate that lhee Ma
cbi.iei/comprise the HIGHEST IMPR'OYSIERTS I* Til
SEWING MACHINE ART. vis.—
1. Each M ACHINE is guaranteed fp GIVE better satis
faction than any othsr Sewinfi Machine in Market
or money refunded.
2. They have taken many of the HIGHEST rmvicii
at the most important EXHIBITIONS and FAIR*
ever held in the Unitee States.
3. Thev make the LOCK STITCH alike on both side*—
thus sa/ing more than half the thread and silk
used in th raveling ridge seams eftbe leep-stitefc
and single thread Sewing Machines.
4. They are adapted to the widest Tango of heaw
and light s< wing.
5. They have no rattling wires, or delieate ut
a hrnent to keep in repair. d
6.tTiiey require no taking apart to clean or oil and
po • Lessons'' to set regula teniioa or
Please call and examine and demonstrate fey
ngurself, or send lor CIRCULAR with sample*of sew
FINfcLE A LtO* M* S. CO
No. bsS BROAD WAV NEWYORK
LAD IVSPM IS S" E S V A'NVVIHIO REN'S
St. Nicholas Block, 503 Broadway
(roruierly of ''GRNIN'S BAZAAR,")
Under whose Superindence the above Department!
are conducted, is pleased to annouuee to her former
patrons and the Ladies of New York genarally, hM,
in connection with the numerous ARTISTES under
her direction, she is prepared to furnish, promptly,
ftrtirs, fflrw an) Chilton'* ©ntfit
int] (0 <srbrr,
LADIES' 'UNDER LINEN.
Offine Quality, Kept in Stock, ready for immedi
Paeticular attention given It
A Card 'to InvalldL
A Clergyman, while residing in South Ametfea
a* a missionary, discovered a safe and simple rem#*
dyforbe Cure of N-jrvoua Weakness, Early Decay,
Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Osgane, and
the whole train of disorders brought on by bmsefal
aud vicious h ib:u. tri-e .t number* bare beuu al
ready cured oy tins uoole remedy. Prompted hy a
desire to benefit the afflicted and nnfqrtnnate I will
send th* recipe for preparing and using this medicine
in a sealed envelope, to any cue who needs it. Free
Please inclose a post-paid envelobe, addressed to
JOSEPH T. INMAJT, * \
STATIOF D. BIBIK Hour,"
New York CHy.