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N<> one, on merely c<-ii versing with a fish
ever succeeded in drawing bira out.
A man's boots'sometimes becomes tight
through absorbing water—the man, neVei.
II bruuk* aie, is jot ts call 'bt ni, tl.e must
joyous things in nature,what are ti-ey always
"murmuring" about '?"
A man that everybody knows to be a liar
may perhaps be excused (or lying. It seems
to do him a vast deal ol good, and uobudy
At a crowded lecture the other evening a
young lady, standing at the door of the
church was addressed bv an honest Ir.sh
"Indade, Miss, I should be glad to give you
a sate, but the empty ones are all full."
An old bachelor is a travelor on life's rail
road who ha 6 entirely faded to make the
Winched says the people down in Alabama
are so hard pressed for eggs, thvt they have
to set their turkeys on Carolina potatoes.
Miss Dobbs says the sweetest line she ev
er read, was her Simon's name written in
molasses on the front stoop.
Don't beat your carpets, poor numb things
at all events, it's cowardly to strike them
when they're down. If they deserve punish
ment call in a polictman and let him take
' Come till America, Pat,'' writes a son of
the Eemerald Isle to his friend in Ireland ;
"'tis a tine country to get a livin' in. All
ve have to do is to get a three-Cornered b->x,
fill it wid bin KS and carry it till the top of a
four-story building, and the man at the top
does all the work."
The following ate among the notices pui
up at a petroleum town in Westera Pi-nnsy I
rania : "2u> talking with the chambermaid"
—''Fare as high as any other house"—'"Not
responsible for boots left in the hall"—"No
A clergyman, at the examination of the
y nig scholars of the Sunday ScltOo!, put the
following question : " Wny did the cluhlri.ii
of Isiael set yip a gulden calf?" "B cause
they had not money enough to set up an < x,"
was the pupil's reply.
"Mamiua," said a little fellow whose mother
had forbade his diawing hor.-es and ships
on the mahogany sideb< ard with &harpnail,
"mamma, th-B,ain't a nice liou->e."
"Why so?" was the reply.
"Because at Peter Sickei's we can cut tie
sofa, and pull out the hair, and ride the shov
el and toigs over the carpet ; but .art we
don't have any lunai all."
DISTRESSING ACClDENT — Ycsterevv, wrh ;
joyous spirits, and in georgeou* array, I sal
lied forth with charming Clara, f-r a dashiog
promenade. Ah ! what strants ufuiagicpow
er swell the chords of youthfnl pride, as one
treads the walks of fashion with a beauty by
his side. Clara, with a grace bewitching,
seemed to trip on fairy feet, and each passer
turned to view us sailing grand I v up the bu
sy street; thrilled my hiart with adoration
for my fond aff. ction'R queen, beating time to
mystic rustling of her crinoline. Snddenl\
my charmer faltered, as if shocked by some
great ill, while the anguish of her feature*
seemed my inmost 601.1 to chill ; lightly ph
my arm she languishes, and I cried in anx
ious fear ;
"Speak once more, darling Clara. Tell me
what's the matter, dear ?"
Methought her gentle form grew lesser by
the collapse of her gown, as %lie sighed in
trembling accents :
"Lore, my skeleton is down !"
Tins POET'S BEDFELLOW. — In alafely pub
lished work by Dr. Brown,of Edinburg, Scot
land, we find ihe Inflowing anecjole of the
poet Campbell : From Tweedsmuir we walk
ed by the Bield. the old inn, where M< ff.lt's
carriers baited or slept j and could not help
recalling a story pf ' Humphrey Clinker "
Campbell, the poet, in his young days, had
walked this far, and got snng into hiR bed
after his tumbler of toddy, when there was a
knock at his door. "Come in and behold,
with a candle in htr hand, ttood the pretty
maiden who Jind given htm his supper, in her
short gown and petticoat.
"Pleaw, sir, could ye tak' a netber inter
yer bed ?"
"With all my heart," said the imaginative,
susceptible poet, starting gaily up.
ye,-*ir, for the M-ffait carrier's
just come in a' wit. and there's no single ith
Up came the huge and reeking man ; exit
the dainty little woman.
iMMttft rr, SM I
?FALI7*G THE BEST or IT—A Yankee out
walking in Virginia, at Wheeling, while t
himself a talking, experienced a f-eling—
si range, painful, and alarmin' !—fr m his
head to his knees, as he sudden'j discovered
he gnyered oVr wtttj ! They rest
ed drf his eyeh'D, and r etched up->n Ms nose
they tfolon-zt d his ppMvd face, and swirmcd
ujonhis clothes. They explored upon his 1
swelhng nostrils' dived dpep into his ears . j
they crawlled upon his trower,at d fi'ledhis
eves with tears ! Did he yell like a hyena ? •
Did he holler like a loon ? Was he scarf, J
and did he cot and run. or dM ihe crittor;
svonn ? Ne'er a one ! He wasn't scarf a I
note: tie-Pvv swooji-j ntir hollers ; W he |
hired fffevi in a nail key tight, art# s< Id
for two dollars I j
WAft? BJ I
M enand Wo 111 c 11
'' • • *t / • J■' ; :
; to call, and examine for themselves,
! the new ami splended stock of
SPRING & SUMMER
THE HEAD QUARTERS
for Good bargains.
Hallstead Cz Howe.
M ; ■ •.
j Have just opened a large and well
selected stWk of goods at the store
formerly occupied by O. L. llallstead
& boo at
! NICHOLSON DEPOT
i where can he found the handsomest
j and cheapest stock of gods in the
j country, consisting of foreign and do
: ... R
Clolhs, Cassimeres, Muslins, Sheet
ings, Ticking, alico's Delations,
Flannels,• and all kinds of
Mourning Goods. Alpaccas,
Black Silks, Ginghams,
Balmoral and Skeleton
Skirts, Canton Flan
nels, ankeen, and
' Carpeting of till kinds
f I ail muse <>f Rhyme Inspire mv song,
gV nd lend to me thy soaring wing,
j while I plod, the th-ughtl.-ss throng
J J ed on by some false God or Kirg,
UJ eek. in vain, the plane to find,
X hat satisfaction gives hum in kind,
Each strives tho favored goal to seek,
A nd stru -gling on with might and in in.
XX elves deep in earth, o'er oceans swe. P
-1. nd follows mammon's motly train,
tN ealh whose yr'kie<l palace lies
t estruetMn-to her votaries.
earken wea-yone, let wisdom speak.
V " ft sh c-'s lrnted. now she vows;
> orlh of your uioaey -Jo yon seek ?"
E re it's toblate, go to IIALRTKAP & HOWL'S
HATS & CAPS
Notions $ Varieties
Neckties, Collars, Hand
kerchiefs, //air Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, Gum. Kihbon
and Cords, Tape, Crotchet braid,
worked collars, fancy head
dresses tidy cotton, carpet
binding combs, fancy
soaps, Carpet bags,
trunks, Valises, Ulll
jof all kinds, such 1; ails, Cinges,
Screws, Door Latches and Knobs,
Locks and (J UTLEBY ol every de
; script ion
A bo Dyes Drugs, Faints, Varnish
es Fish i' iaxs?ced and i-enzine Oils,
G.ass, Putty, etc.
I ; y rv
ftueeiis & Glassware
CI a'l kinds. Stone and Earthenware.
A large .Stock of
Composed of sugar, coflVe, teas, rice,
corp Macca roni, Barley,
ii'g powder. 111 'bi-'s. s -vps. c in ties,
tobacc.., and segars, salt, fish, meat,
•Atso, a large varietvof
Boots and Shoes,
for Men, Womm and Children
Jr*?" AW kin ' of Grain and Oonn ?
try Produce taken in exchange tor
•' **• o l•* J J t /. ' • t |
Call and see for yourselves and we
ssure you good b rga'ns.
11. P ITALLSTEAD,
J. E HOWE. , . 1
Nicholson June 28, 18C5
LAVivi WESTERN 11. K
£7 •A j 1 ylt, 111 /*■ 1' IQ /t 4 /
Summer Arrange met t 1865,
WESTWARD | JiAsTVABD.
Morning Evep'g | stations J Moro'g I Evening
Tr;iin | Tn : n j ■ | Trio •• J Train
A.> 1 | IV M. | IA. M. |l M.
900 400 >!ev York 520 10-30
11.25 7.05' New Hampton • ••• 235 827
11 42 7.22. WnsJJington 2.19 811
11 54 7.34 Ox nril ' 207 800
K l2 05 7.45 liriJgpj idle 156 7.50
.'l2 30 8:20 plawtre. 1.42 7.4(1-
<l2 55 8.45 Water (lap 102 700 _
5 1.22 858 Stroudsburg 12*43 6.13a
-33 910 Spiagueville '2 37 638 5*
s: 144 9#' IfroryviTlr 12.27 b.29 -
? 2.00 935 Oakland it. 11 6.14
T 218 952 Fork*-.- 11.53 5.29 A 2'B
2'B 10.11 '( obvhan-i II 34 541
K 25210 21 Gi>ui Istmro 11.20 5^
~ 3.15 1046 Moscow .057 5 (.7**
(L 3.27 10 58 Dunning 1' 47 4.55 v.
\..3 40 GietnyjPe-•-•-** • 10 35 ••••
4.42 Clark' Summit-9 38 • •••
45012 15 Al'ington 9.30 350
5."6 12 31 Fawtorvvilto 914 335
52612 5] Nicholfon B.'o 3.12
548 ltd li< phottoiu 832 257
6.10 136 Montrose ......... 810 236
631 156 N'-w Milt'ord • • ••• 7.49 217
650 2l > Great Bend 7.30 2..00
P, M. A JI A, M P M
The MORNTNG TIM IN from New York eon
• eats at MAM'NKA Cll1 T ' K with ;ho ti ain leav
ing Philadelphia ( lv<-n-ing'on Depot) tit 7 30 'V iu
ami at GREAT REND with the through Mail Train
on the Erie Railway with s'eeping car attached,
stopping af all the principal on that road,
and arriving at Roffb, at 6 10 ■>, m
Til EVENING TR \(N*- from New York rnn
neitsat MANt'XKA CHUNK with the train leav
ing Fnil-idalphia (Ken-ingto Lepot.) at 330 p. Nt
at (iREAf REND with the Night Express on the
Erie Railway, west, arriving at Buffalo at 1:42 p
The MORNING TRAIN from Great Brnd enn
nects th re with the Cincinnati Extress ob the Erie
Railway from the W t; at M tuttnk ■ t'hu k with
a train for -philadel- hia in I intormeiliate stations,
arriving in Philadelphia at ri 30 p. in.' an 1 nt New
Hampton with a train for Fasten. B°thl"heni. Al
tentown, Re eling an.) Harrishurg, arriving at Ilar
risbnrg t 8-3(1 n. m.
The EVENING PR \TN from Great Ren-l con
nects there with the N-w Yo-k Express <>n the Ex
press en the Eric Rai win- from the West ; at Mi
nnnka Cinini- with a train which runs to Kclvi.lere
wher it lies over until 6 "'clock the next morning,
and at Neijf II inipt'vn with an Express Train f.r
A -stcji, Ret&l hem. AMeiitowtt, Rending and Har
At iSCRA v TOX, connections are in ide with
trains on the Lacknwan ft an? Rliomshnrg Bail
ro mto and frcyrt Pitts'on, Kitig-t p. IVjlJtpsl) gre.
Berwick, Rl-'omshnrg. Dirtvllle. Xnrthuniixwl an 1
llurishurg aud intermediate stat : on, and with
raitis on the Del iware and Flu lson Railroad to
•nd from Curbondale and intermedi-te stations
WATTS COOKE, Sunt.
R A llrxt.r, Genera! Ticket Agent ji-29tf
EYE AM> EAit IMIMAHY.
>()n the Square, I hrec Doors from Steele's Hotel.)
WI I K SRAIIH I'., IV\.
THIS INSTITUTION is now opened and fur
nished in the most costly style. Reception,
Private and Oper ting Rooms are large, convenient
nd well adopted Tim Surgi a apartmont contains
die finest collecfion ot in-'ruineuts in the country,
in I thus his faculties will enable htm to meet any
•n I all emergencies tn practice lie will operate
ipon all the various forms of BLINDNESS. fata
•act, O eluon of the Pupil, Cross Ev s Closure of
he Tear Dueta, Inversion of the Eyelids Pterygium
fc- <li. An I wiil tre.it all forms ot Bor s, Eve
iraiiil- i l.i is. I>|..icetics of Ihe Cornea, an I Scrof
iliois diseases of the E e together with all he dis
•ases to which the Eye is subject.
DEAFNESS- li ill treat all the diseases common
0 the organ Discharges froth the E ir. Noi-es in
"It • E .r, Catairh, dim -ullya' hearing, total Deaf
at ss even wlo ic the Dium is destroyed. Will in
' icrt an artificial one answering nea ly all the put
siS's of flu- natural.
DISEASES OF THE THROAT.-All diseases
oiiiinofi to the Throat and Noe will he treated
GENERAL S( RGERV.— He will operate upon
luh feet, II iir Lip, Cleft I'd! ite, Juniors. Cancers,
Enlarged Tcn._ils, Ac. l'asti.- operations by hent
mg new flesh into deformed parts and general Sur
gery ot whatever charae er it may present.
HERNI A (or RI PEUKK) —He will petfrrm "Ln
iiias operation for the radical (cotnpl te) euro of
lleuiia. this is unquestAinahly a perfect cure, and
is done wi h little ot* i*> psin. -<)ht* of ri itiv hnn-
Ired operated upon in Boston there has been no
tailures, it having iuet the perfect approbation of
ill who have suHmift'-d to if.
ARTIFICIAL EVES—Wi I I insert artificial Eves
giving ilieiu tin- motion arm exprcsion of the natur
al rhey are inserted with the least pain,
IIEDGRRHOI.DL, (Pies) -This troublesome dis
ease is readily cured. Those suffering from it will
do well to call.
Dr l p Lie tjnff visits Wilkog-IJarre with a viexv
of building un a p rnianent Institute for the treat
inenf of th Eye. Eiran t General Surgery. The
-xperiehce o more than a quarter of a eenturv in
IJo-pifal and genera! practice, he hopes, will he a
ulli -ient guarantee to those who may be dis| osed
6ROYESTEEN & CO.,'
attention of the public an I the trad is invi
-1- ted to our new scale t octave tosewood piano
fortes wit)eh for volume and purity of tone are uuri- J
vailed by Soy hitherto offered in this market, They
contain all the woder'n i aprovements. Frene'i Grand
action, harp pedal iron frame over-strung brass, Ac.
in I s I A iu-tru nent being in i la under the person il
supervision of Air. J. 11 Grovcstcen, alio has had ft
| ra tu al experience of over 30 years in their inaiiu
taeture.is fully warranted in every particular.
received t'i- highest reward of
fi ~\T 4' ; > a T Y rlt J I rr pAO it
U V JL.AL l O X JJLhi IS.
• : * * .. . . • '
TH ECELESH ATEB
WORLD' F AI R
i s , rr:/.T..25r b-i:
tiiuore, I.oston and N w .y„ rk . lin .j !lls „ ,
Aya lu.it,t.'/ r .f,e suoeesaive rears. ,h
gold and silver nmd ,|s from both ot which can be
seen at our w T" room. * ■ * ■
'• V th** intro lu-ti-.n of improvements we m ken
still i.i ; n V ,.erto<o Piano forte an.l bv mm,.fa f.riu**
large v. wnh a sfrhf.ycash system, are enabled p.
offer these nstruments at a price which will
PRICKS - No. 1. Sever, Octßve, round corners
Fo-ewood plaiw case. 8275.
T''_ r ' n " l *rNet Gn'sh. in Current Fupjs,
I Ges np.ive circulars sent free. A ■ '* *
"A. A C " 48
v4-n46-lyar AA C,
-V '• •
i The Grocery nnd Provision Store, on Stark'
i Brick .-orner, latoty owned hy T B Wall, has been
! purchased by tue uu.lersigne i, and will be kept as a
SSOCIBYI3 PIOVISIB9 STORE.
His stock comprises
TEAS SUGARS COFFEESALERATUS,
GINGER. NUTMEG. SPICE*:. RAIMNS,
FIGS, PRUNE**. DRIED BEEF. SMOKED
J HALIBUT, CRACKERS, CHEESE. COD
iFI * 11, MACKEREL, HERRING, and all
| rfther articles usually found in an es.ablishtnent of
j the kind, which wiii bo sold at
i hll K, AND l.ljl' LIVE PRICES.
K ANsLEPt ROSS.
Tunkhannock, Juno 2b, 1865.
DK. TA L ID ITT'S HILLS.
( A KT/r D Y ?PE PTI C,)
Composed id I,ict.ly CiucoiHiaud Extracts
Ir< itn i • 1 '*'
Of the greatest meaieiu.il value, piepar.-d from the i
01igin.1l prescriptions "ot the celebrated Dr. TALB.TT, i
aud used by Dim w th reuiark ible success foe twenty
ycjrs. An iid.illiblc remedy in'all
' DISEASES OF TIIE LI V'ER,
OR AW pi A IXOI MKVT OF TH K
Digest iv v Orgran ,
DlarrMma Dyspepsia, Scrofula, .Jaundice,
Hiliousness, Liver Cumplaiiit.
The well-known Dr. MOTT says of these Pills :—"I
bwt' ust-d the forn.ul.i t'roin which -our Pills are
made, in tuv practice for over 12 years . they huv-
I th.- finest effect upon the Liver not Digestive Or
gan- of any medicine in the world, and are the most
perfect Purgative which has ever yet been made by
anybody. They are safe and pleasant to take, but
powerful to cure. Their penetr.it ng properties
stimulate the vital netivtti* sof the body, remove
1 the obstructions of its organs, purifying the hlo I,
j and expel disease. They put go out the foul hutnor
' which breed and grew distemper stimulate sluggish
jor .li.-ordered oigans into their natural action, and
| inpart a healthy tone with strength to the whole
I system. Not onlv do tliev cure the every day corn
j plaints o everybody, but also formidable and d in
! genius diseases and being purely vegetable are free
| from any risk or bom No person who bis onee
j used flieSe Pills will cv r be uiihout them."
Thq\- ,To4te pure blood and remove all impurities
! trou 'He vsteni hen.-e are a positive cure for
FEVRRs, IIICADK 111., I'II.ES, >IER
LURIAL Dl** A>l> AND HEREDI-
I IIIY HUMORS,
DOSE —For adults, run Pill iu the morning: for
children 8 years, half a l'ill
' V'" Prue One Dollar per Box. supplied, or
sent hy Mail, post phid. toanyvnrt of the United
Stiitts or ('anadason rceipt of price. No Gen
uine irithoat the facsimile signature of V Mott
V. MUTT TALB'ITT & C 0.,
No. 62 Fultou St., New York.
v 4 n4l ly.
HARDWARE & IRON
HUWT EEC'S & EIAIR
NOW OFFEIt FOIt SALE
(RON. STE'-'T., NAILS AND SPD ES M NE
RAIL, KAILRPAD SPIKES. \N 1 a,s
BELLOWS. PLAIN A C< N-'EX
11 OR * E-S H 0 ES. HAM
MERED 110 lS E
HFBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAT
SPINDLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES.
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL,
BUTTS, NETS. WASH
HAIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
r G LASS, Ac., Ac.,
DOORS AND BLINDS
ON II A.N DIN ASSORTMENT
AND MAX EE ACT! RED 3 O ORDER
LEAI LiEEli AED FINDINGS
FAI/tB.-i Iv'S SALES.
xrr.nti.n ~trch 26. IBb3 vln33-
FRUIT AND ORNAMKNTAI
Si In* it Its, Vines, &c
We, tbe subscribers, take tins
method of informing the public that
we are prepared to furnish first das. Nursery Stuck
at original prices betore 'he war
The Stuck embraces thy REST FRUITS of all
kin ts, and . hoi.-est SlllU BS and VINES, that caii
be grow* in this latitude, eo prising
Apples, Pears, Plums, Quinces,!
' oberries. Apricots, Nectarines, Cra- I
A pples, Gooseberries, Currants, Rasp- j
berries, Mulberries, Rhubarb or Wine
Phi t. Grapes, Flowering Shrubs, I
Evergreens, and Ornamental Trees
an Flowers, till varieties,
All ftr-ler* front all parts of Wioming ind ai'ja
cent Counties will receive sp-cial attention. i
Thvy would call p rtu-ular attentim to the r ns
sortmenr of GRAPES an I small Fruit,. Mn ,j to
fact that they ,nn furnish everything as low !lS any
otncr reli ibie deali-r
P..H Office address, Provi lene* Luzerne Co., Pa.
MAG EE A SMITH
lILNRY MAUEE. Vjf M. SMITH j
• The subscriber has just opened a new Furniture
Cabinet and Chair Manufactory in Tunkhannoc-k,
next door to C. M. Koon's grocery store— where are
kept on hand and manufactured to order:
TABLES of all sixes, patterns, and styles.
CIIATIIS Cane-seat, Flag-bottom, aud common.
Bl KEACS of ail "styles, sizes, and nriees.
BEDSTEADS, Cottage and common.
CENTRE TABLES, WORK STANDS, BOOK
CASES, and indeed every thing which can be found
in the largest furniture establishment*, in the country,
which he wilt sell at prices as lew as they can be
bought in any town outside of the cities. Being sat
isfied that he can compete, both in workmanship and
prices with any establishment in the country, lie so
licits the public patronage.
REPAIRING of all kindsdone in a neat, substan
tial and workmanlike manner.
N. B.—Old cane-seat chairs, new-seated and rc
END K RT A KlNG.—Hiving a
Hearst of his own
and having had much experience, be will atten 1
this department of the busine-s on short notice and
in a satisfactorv manner.
July 16, 1962.—v1n!91y
A Large Stock just Opened
T. L. ROSS CO'S.,
WAI L PAPER.
WINDOW SHAD ES.
WINDOW SHADES .
OF ALL STYLES.
CLOTH SHADES WITH BORDERS
CLOI II SH ADES WITH BORDERS.
FIX II RES AND ROLLERS,COMPLETE
FIXTURES AND ROLLERS COMPLETE
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN CURTAIN'S.
E.MRRO DEIIED MUSLIN CURTAINS*
EM BRO. DEKED MUSLIN CURTAINS.
L trge Stock of White Goods:
DOTTED .8 WISS ATf ?LIN.
B A T.MORA L SKIRTS,
REAL. Ab LXANDKLS KID.
! An<l a Large Stock of
a i Is,
Z no. Linseed Oil,
Glass, Putty, Door-Locks,
and a genera assortment of
Fish, of all kinds.
for a.l kinds of Grain.
Tunkhannock, March, 9rh ISG4.
GrIT -A ■x* SALgE,
WATCHES & JEWELRY,
S 1.000.000, WORTH :
Tu hr. (imp ><d ,if at ONE L) 1.1.AK each, with
out regwti to Culue, not to be pant jur
until you /mow what you ure to
BY A, 11. LTOWEN A* CO.,
(Agents for the Manufacturers,)
No SO Beektnau Street, New-York,
Read th * following list of Articles to be sold
for ONE DO!.I.\K
109 Gold Htinting-Cnse Watches■ •• -each 6125 00
100 " Watches, various styles-•• • " 7500
100 " Ladies' Gol l Watches " 50 OC
500 Silver Watches. each S2O 00 to 35 00
6,000 Latest style vest & tie* k
vh iius 5 00 to 20 00
5,500 Gent's Caliiornia diamond
pins " 500fn20 00
I 4,900 California diamond eardrops " 5 OR to 10 00
3,000 Miniature Revolving Pins** " 5 00 to 10 00
2,060 California Diamond and
enamelled Gent's scarf pins
new styles *' 5 00 1.1 10 00
2 000 Masonic and Emblem pins-. " 3 00 'o 10 00
2.500 GolJ Band Bracelets engraved '* 3 00 to 2000
3 000 Jet and Mosaic Brooches-••• " 300 to 10 00
2.000 Cameo Bronchos " 500t020 00
3.1 00 Coral Hai Drops " 4 00 to 600
2.000 Ladies' Watch Chains. " 800to15 UU
6.000 Gent's Pins.a sjilcn.till asort't" 200'o10 00
4,000 Solitaire leeve Buttons-•• • •' 3COIOIO 00
£.OOO Studs and Sleeve Buttons, in
sets, " 300to10 00
5,000 Sleeve Buttons, plain. & en
. graved 2Doto BOQ
10,000 plain and engraved Rings-* 2 50 to 10 00 J
8,000 Lockets, ri.-hly engraved •■ • • " 200to 10 ifc'
15,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, new and
latest styles " 600t012 00
5.00 II indsome Seal Rings " 300 to 800
, 2.000 Sets JBoß'im Studs- • •* 250 to fi 00
101 0 Gohi Pens and Gold holders 15 00 to -5 00
! 2,000 Sets Jet and Gold Pms and
Ear Drops, latest styles, very
ri 6 .00 to 10 00 1
I 2 000 Gold Thimbles. Pencils, & ■■■ "
, 10.(100 Gold Pet a, and srilvei eases.. " 5 tOOftI 3'do t
j 10,000 " " Ebony holders-• ' 400t55 00 ,
j This entire list of beaivtiful and valuable goods
will he gold for O.NK Dor.t.An each. Cer ificates of ;
all the above arti*-ls will be plafed in envelopes, I
and sealed. These envelopes ire sent by uiai l . as (
ordered, without reg.ird to ehoi-e. On the receipt
of the certificate v n will see what you are to have, '
and then it is at vnur option to semi the DoHm aqd
take the article, r not.
Five certificates can lie ordered for $1 /.eleven for
82 ; thirtv f r $5 ; sixty five for $lO ; arnf one hun
dred Cor 815 We wi'l sen I a single Cer'ifi.-ate on
the receipt of 25 cents for one certificate and ourcir
cu'ar wrh I<TS * J
y A. 11. ROWEN &CO.,
I 34 Beekman V. Y | M 427f,
&HQTEA & B&EESS
CELEBRATED ELASTIC STITCH
| Here u'xcurded <hr highest Pvtm ivms veer
| alt Com fx dilos. a( the f Having
State and C uaty Fails of 1863
| NEW YORK STATE FAIR,
First i'reinium for Fatnlly Machine.
First Premium fur Mai ufacturing Machine,
hirst Preuiitiiu forMucbinu Work.
INDIANA Si ATE FAIR.
, First Premium forNl ichine for all purposea.
First Premium for M ichine Work
VERMONT STATE FAIR.
First Premium (or Family Machine.
P'irst Premium for Manufacturing Machine
! First Premium tor Machine Work. ' '
j ClIIo STATE FAIR,
j F'irst Premium for Machine Work.
IOWA STATE FAIR.
Fiist Prooyitim for Family. Machine.
F ia.st Premium for M mufactu ing Machine.
First Pre in hum for Machine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR. ♦
First Premium tor Machine for all pnrpc t
First Premium for Machiue Work.
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR.
First Preiniuin for Machine for all purposes
F'irst Premium foi M u*hine Work.
MICHIGAN STATE FAIR,
Inst Premium for Family .Machine
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine.
I Eirst Premium for Machine Work,
j PENNSYLVANIA STATE FAIR
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
First Premium for Machine Work,
j OREGON STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine,
i F'irst Premium for Machine Work.
CHI TTENDEN Co. (Yt )Agr'lSoc.
I'i st Premium for Family Ma. hina.
F'irst Premium for Manufacturing Machine
First Premium fer Machine Work -
FRANKLIN Co (N. Y )FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine.
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
! CIIAMPLAIN VALLEY (Yt ) Agr'l Soc,
HAM PDf N Co. (MASS.)Agr'I Sue. >'
Diploma for Family Machine.
Diploma tor M ichine Work.
WASHINGTON CO.(n. y.)FAIR
; First Premium lor Family Machine.
QUEENS Co. (N V. ) Agr'l Soc.
Eirst Premium for F'i'inily Machine.
F irst Premium ior Manufacturing Machine.
First premium for Machine Work,
j SARATOGA Co (N.Y)FA'R.
First Premium for Family Machine.
J MECHANICS' INSTITUTE (Pa.)FAIR
I First Premium for Machine for all purpoe.
First Premium for Machine Work
' GREENFIELD (0)1 NION FATK. '
First Premium for Family Machine.
First Premium for Machine Work.
| CLINTON Co (O)FAIR.
F rst Premium for Family Machine,
j First Premium for Machine AVork.
j MONTGOMERY <?■'.( P.i )FATR.
First Preminm for Machine for all pu-poses.
First Premium for Maceine Work.
AN JOAQI INCo (Cal )FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine.
First Premium for Machine Work.
SAN JOSE DISTRICT (Cal ) FAIR
First Premium f..r Family Machine.
Fsist Premium ior Machine Worn
S jT The aiioce comprises ail the fairs at which
tl.e (*hi>fr A BAKFR MACAINES were exhibited this
y" ' 'I ' AKNF.S, Acent, Mehoop.inv, Pa.
noms. I!) 5 Rma way, Naw Voi k
• 7>U Chest out St. phi.'a iuJplHii
Ciroat Improvement in Sewing Machines u
E M PI R
| smws's&m MABBGAY
Patented February 14th, 1860.
SALESROOM 330 RROADWAY, N. Y.
2CO WASHINGTON STREET. liOSTON.
3 HIS MACHINE, is constructed on entirely new
print-pb so uiecli possessing many rare and
valuililt luipnivemciils. having been examine Iby
tin- most p., fouii I ex. cits, and prtionnced to bo
SIMPLICITY and I'KPPLCTION Comßlsen
It has a straight needle, p. rpend . ular action,
makes 111.. Lor or M,Utile Stitch." whieh will
'Neither ip nor Ravel." and it is alike on both
sou s ; per onus perfect sewing on every description
of m.ten.lf. 0,.. Leather to ,p e finest Nat sook
Muslin, with cotton, linen or silk thread, from the
coarsest to tiv© l>t <*? rinuji>< r
Having n.-ither "Cam nor Cog AVheel," aD( j , h ,
leas, possible friction, it runs as smooth as glass
and is "
EMPHATICALLY A NOISELESS MACHINE !
It requires fifty per cent less power to drire it
lb an imv ot her machine in the market. A girl
twelve years .f age can work it steadily, without
fatigue or injury fo health.
lis stiength and "Wonderful Simplicity" of eon
! sti uciion renders it almost impossible to get out of
order and is guaranteed by the company to give
We respectively invite nil those who may desire
to supply themselves with n .uperior article, to
come Ml I evalnlnc this "Unrivalled Machine."
"v hat/hour's instruction is sufficient to enable
an>/ person to wrk this Machine to their entirt
Rdi<nous and Charitable Institutions xcill be liber
ally dealt yith.
Ag'nfs wanted for all Towns in the United States
where Agents are not a I rem y established. Also for
CYiba, Mexico, Central and South America, to whom
a liberal d,'*' will be given.
T.J. jVIGAKTHIJU & CO. .
a & r„. , j.. |.
PRINCIPLE AGENTS ESTAHLIBAED.
Syracuse, N Y„ John II Fowler, Phil*., Sarmiento
M Gtuth & Co.. Pitisburg, Earnest Axthelm.
v4..461y A A C
F I X K L E L YON
NKW PATENT ROTARY FEED
The following facts demonstrate that these Ma
chinea comprise the HIIIV:ST IMPROVEMENTS IN TMI
SEWIWC. MACHINE ART. vis
1. F.ach MACHINE is gu irantoe I to give better satis
faction than any orhsr Sewinfl Machine in Market
or money rl funded. - i
2. They have taken me.iy of the HTHHEST PREHIPMS
at tbe most important EXHininojfs and FAIRS
ever held in the Unitee States
3. Thev make the BUCK STITCH alike on both sides
thus sa.-ing more than half the thread and gitk
used in th raveling ridge seams of the loop-stiuh
and single thread Sewing Machines.
4. They arc d) td to the widest range of heary
and light wing. 1
5. They have no rattliiig wires, or delicate at
ta.hnient to keep in repair.
6.tThey require no taking apart to clean or oil and
no • Lessons" to set regular teniion t
operetc Machine, ,/o'iT li - ♦>
Bnt * fie mine and demonstrate *•
yourself, or send ior CIRCTLAR with SMwlMof it*
PINKLP. A LYOM M S, Cf
Wo. 538 BROAD WAY MWT*M