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; , , WRIT OF PARTITION.
IN the metier of the proceedings in partition upon
X the Keil Estate of Solomon Brown, late of Exe
ter township, Wyoming County, deceased.
To Hannah Brown, Widow of said Solomon
Brown dej'd., Daniel S. Brown, Catherine S. inter
married with Abel C Thompson. Sarah Eiiaabeth,
intermarried with Elijah Swartwood, Rasselas S
Brown, Clarrissa D. Brown, Myron Brown, and
Hannah Brown above named, testcmentary, Guar
dian of Eva Ann Brown, a minor: lleirs and legal
representatives of said Solomon Brown deceased
Yon and each of you are hereby notified that in
pursuance of a certain writ of partition and valua
tion issued out of the Orphans' Court of Wyoming
County, bearing date the 27th day of November A*
D. 1865, and to me iirectcd to make partition and
valuation to the following described Heal Estate,
to wit t A certain piece or parcel of land, situate in
the township of Exeter, Wyoming County and
Stat of Pennsylvania, and. bounded as follows, —
Beginning at a stone corner on the West bank of
the Susquehanna river, adjoining lands of Thomas
Hadlv, tbence by the lands of said Hadly, South 84
degrees, West 280 perches to a heap of stones,
tbence South 20 degrees, VVest 33 perches to a stone
corner, thence South 77 degrees, East 320 perches,
to an elm tree, [now down] on the bank of the Sus
quehanna River, thence up the same 135 perches
and two fifths of a perch tn the place of beginning,
•autaining one hundred and forty-four acres, and
.• Ave perches more or less
An undivided three quarters part in and to the
follow ing described piece, parcel, or lot of land,"Sit
uate in the township of Franklin, Luzerne County,
and the township of Norfhmoreland, Wyoming Co,
and Stato of Penn'a, bounded and described as fol
lows. to wit: On the North bv land of Heister Keeler
and Ziba Mathews. On the East by lands of Ziba Math
ews, William Myers and Henry Anthony. On the
South by lands of the heirs of Isaac Harris, and on
the West by lands of Levi Howell, Calvin Halleck,
and Asa Keeler, containing one hundred 9nd eighty
four acres more or less, about 40 acres thereof im
proved, with a large three story Grist Mill 36 by
CO feet with three run of stone, and three bolts, el
evators Ac., one Saw Mill, one Lath Mill, four
Dwelling Houses, one Wagon house, two Barns, two
Cow Houses, and apple orchard thereon. About
140 acres lie in Franklin township, Luzerne County.
Including the poo! or dam, and about seven acres of
. improved land being South of the line, dividing Lu
sune and Wyoming Counties, the balance lying and
being in Wyoming County, in said Northmoreland
town-hip, the buildings being on fhtt portion of
•aid tract lying in Wyoming County.
The undivided one fourth part of the following
described piece or parcel of land, situate in Exeter
township, Luzerne County, and State of Pennsylva
nia, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Be
ginning at a corner, in the line between Kingston
and Exeter township, also in line of lands of Isaac
C. Shoemaker, thence along the line •• f Isaac C.
Shoemaker, North 54 degrees, Wet 100 perches to a
•tone corner in line of lands of Daniel Vanscoy,
thence along lands of Daniel Van-coy, South 3q
degr ees, East 21l perches to a comer in the line of
land of the Pennsylvania Coal Company, and of
Fuller and Rexford and of John Scovel, South 54
degrees, W st 100 perches to a corner in the line
between Kingston and Exeter township, thence
along said township line. North 36 degrees, West
271 perches to the place of beginning containing
169 acres and 60 perches, strict measure, being the
•ame land conveyed by the heirs of the late John
Goodwin dee'd, by deeds beariug date the 7th day
of Dec. 1863. to Abel C. Thompson and I. B Shiffer
The interest of said Solomon Brown dee'd being an
•quitable undivided one fourth part thereof
An inquisition will be held by me upon the above
mentioned and described Real Estate, on Tuesday,
the 9th day of January n-xt, A D. 1866, to enquire
mad ascertain whether partition of the Real Estate
•hove deserihed to and among the heirs and legal
representatives of said Solomon Brown dee'd. can be
made thereof u ithout prejudice to or spoiling the
whole, and if such partition thereof cannot !>e made,
then to value and appraise the said Real Estate, as
in the said writ commended.
The inquest to make partition and valuation of
•aid Real Estate, will meet at the Dwelling House
on the first described ptece or parcel ot land, situate
in Exeter township. Wyoming County, on Tuesday
the 9th day of January next, at II o'clock in the
forenoon, and continue in session until all the Real
Estato above described has been examined and par
tition or valuation made as commanded in said writ.
At which time and place, you and each of you, are
hereby notified and requested to attend if you ihink
pre per. AHIRA GAY. Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, ) •
Tunk. Nov. 27. '65 ]
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
?|'ORK ? ?
HAVE YOU SELECTED A SUIT ?
HAVE YOU SEEN THE CHEAP PANTS ?
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW STYLES ?
DO YOU WANT A BUSINESS SUIT ?
DO YOU INTEND TO MAi.RY ?
DO YOU WANT A WEDDING SUIT?
CALL AND SEE A. G, STARK !
CALL AND SEE A. G. STARK !
AT F. M. BUCK'S STORE,
Where you can be ft ted to any kir 1 of Garment
you want—well made -no '•slopshop," Perfect
<ut end Latest Styl-.
All purses and tastes can be suited at
Bridge Street, Tufrkhannock, Pa.
We have removed our place of business to the
rooms formerly occupied by J. B. Sturdevant, in
Stark s Brick Block, over the Wyoming National
Bank, third Floor, where we have increased facili
ties for taking
CARTES DE VJSITE,
IVORY TYPES, &c, &c.
We have spared no expense in obtaining the
I® ■mrket, and challenge'any one to produce better 1
pictures than we can.
All kitMg of colored work done at the shortest no
tice and in the best style of the art. Also all kinds
of copying done from old pictures, from card to life
tall and examine. Satisfaction guaranteed.
HERMANS A CULLING WORTH.
Tunkhannock, Nov. 22 1865
The Co-partnership, heretofore existing between
v. Burr A Son, is this day dissolved by mutual
The books and accounts of the late firm are left
lu the hands of C. Burr for settlement and collec
tion, who will still continue to carry on the Tannins
business ot the old stand
The Harness Business
on b J Wm H. Burr, who, confident
Meshoppen, April 29th, 1866. Wm " BU * R
WATCHES & JEWELRY,
• 1,000,000, WORTH I
To be disposed of at ONE DOLLAH each, with'
out regard to rulue, not to be paid for
until you kaow what you are to
BY A, H. KOWEN & CO.,
(Agents for the Manufacturer*,)
No 36 Beekioau Street, New-York,
Read the following list of Article* to be sold
for ONE DOIA.AR !
100 Gold Hunting-Case Watches- •• each $125 00
100 " Watches, various styles-••• " 7500
200 " Ladies' Gold Watches " 50(0
500 Silver Watches. each <25 00 to 40 CO
1 000 Elegant Silver Plated Castor
Stands - 20 00 to 50 00
1 000 '' " " Fruit A Cake
Boskets 15 00 to 25 00
2,500 setts of " " Tea Spoons- •• 800to15 00
2,500 setts of " 11 Forks 800to15 00
2,000 Goblets, engraved 400 to 800
3,000 pairs of Table Spoons 500 to 800
3,000 pairs ol Salt " 300 to 500
4.500 magnificent Napkin Rings 400 to 950
8,000 pairs of Pendant Ear Drops
(assorted colors) 5
3,300 sets of Ladies Jewelry, imita
tion Ivory 500 to 10 00
2.500 GoldjLoekets, engraved backs,
watch face, perfect imitation
Ladies Watch 10 00
10,000 Ladies' Back Combs, rich AJuni
qu#patterns 500 to 25 00
6,000 Latest style vest A neck
chains* 1 500t020 00
5,500 Gent's California diamond
piDs--. " 500 to 20 0
i 4,000 California diamond eardrops " 5 00 to 10 00
i 3,000 Miniature Revolving Pins*. " 5 00 to 10 00
2,000 California Diamond and 0
| ■ enamelled Gent's scarf pins
new styles *' 5 00 to 10 00
! 2.000 Masonic and Emblem pins-. " 3 00 to 10 00
I 2,500 Gold Band Bracelets engraved '* 3 00 to 2000
I 3 000 Jet and Mosaic Brooches-.•- " 300to10 00
i 2.000 Cameo Broochss " 500t020 00
! 3,000 Coral Ear-Drops " 4 00 to 600
' 2.000 Ladies' Watch Chains. " 800to15 00
j 6,000 Gent's Pins,a splendid assort't" 200to10 00
i 4,000 Solitaire Sleeve Buttons-**. " 300to10 00
i j? 000 Studs and Sleeve Buttons, in
| sets, ' 300to10 00
5,000 Sleeve Button*, plain. A en
graved 200 to 800
10,000 plain and engraved Rings*. 2 50 to 10 00
8,000 Lockets, richly engraved - ••• " 200to10 00
15,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, new and
latest styles - ••••••••••••• " 6 00tol200
5.00 Ilandsome Seal Rings " 300 to 800
| 2.000 Sets Bosom Studs •' 250 to 600
i 1.000 Gold Pens and Gold holders "1500 to 25 00
2,000 Sets Jet and Gold Tirs and
Ear Drops, latest styles, very
rich " 600to10 00
2 000 Gold Thimbles. Pencils, Ac-• " 400 to 600
10,000 Gold Pens, and silver cases*. "500 to 300
10,000 " " Ebony holders-- ' 400ts 5 00
The method of disposing of these goods at ONE
DOLLAR each is as follows :
Certificates, naming each article and its value,are
placed in sealed envelopes and weilmixed. One of
these envelopes will be sent by mail to any address
on receipt of 25 cents
On the receipt of the Certificate you will see what
you are going to have, then it is at your option to
send the dollar and take the article or not. Pur
chasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond
Ring, or any set of Jewelry on our list tor ONE
DOLLAR, and in no case can they get less than
j One Dollar's worth, as there are no banks. The
price of Certificates is as follows One for 25 cents;
five for 81 ; eleven for 92 ; thirty for <5 ; sixty
five for $lO ; one hundred for sls.
The dislributim is conducted fairly, and all have
an equal chance of obtaining the valuable prises by
purchasing the Certificates- We guarantee entire
satisfaction in all cases.
Agents wanted to whom we offor special terms
and premiums. Send 25 cents for one Certificate
and our circular with terras-
A. 11. ROWEN&CO.,
36 8.-ekman Street, N. Y Box 4270,
09 AID AFTffl MAY 25, A IE! DAILY
LINE OF STAGES,
WILL RUN FROM
MESHOPPEN TO TUNKHAIOCK
DEPARTING-, will leave the
North Branch Hotel at Meahoppen
at 10 o'clock A, M., and make a con
nection at Tunkhannock, with stages
for PITTSTON and WILKES
BARIiE, and with stage to connect
with the Night Express Train on the
D. L& W. li. R, Passengers by
this line will arrive at
New York, Philadel
RETURNING, Trill leave Tunkhannock'on the
arrival of stages connecting with the Passenger Mail
Train, in the evening, making a connection a t Me
shoppen with stages lor Towanda and other points
Arrangements have been made for the carrying'of
all EXPRESS PACKAGES, which will be promptly
and carefully delivered.
Horses and Carriages on hand at all times to for
ward Passengers to any point between JJeshopp and
P. S.- Having leased the above line of stagts
and horses of D. Ilankinson with the mail Line
from Tunkhannock to Wyalusing in connection with
M. A. Ellis, we are now prepared to forward pas
sengers through at reduced rates. Being thankful to
customers for past favors they respectfully solicit
a contiouance of the same,
Meshoppen July 19th 1965.
FINK 1, E &" LVON
new patent kotary feed
rhe following facts demonstrate that these Ma
olines comprise the HIGHEST DIPROVEMKNTS in TEH
SEWIKG MACHINE ART. vix—
1. Each MACHINE is guarantoed to give better satis
faction than any othsr Sewinfi Machine in Market
or money refunded.
2. They have taken many of the HIGHEST PRBMIDII
at the most important EXHIBITIONS and FAIRS
ever held in the Unitee States.
3. They make the LOCK STITCH alike on both sides—
thus saving more than half the thread and silk
used in the raveling ridge seams of the loop-stitch
and single thread Sewing Machines.
4. They are adapted to the widest range of heavy
and light sewing.
5. They have no rattling wires, or delleate at
tachment to keep in repair.
6.tThey require no taking apart to clean or oil and
no "Lessons" to set, needle regular tention to
Please call and examine and demonstrate as
yourself, or send lorciKCULAR with samples of sew
FINKLE ALYON M. 8, CO.
No. 538 BROADWAY. NEW YOK*.
Ladies & Gentleman!
The Subscriber begs tears to inform his Custom
ers and the Publto in general, that he has just re
turned from NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA,
with the most
COMP LTE ASSORTMENT
ever offered in this town.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Enrols, (Dunks, /anrq (Boobs
of ali descriptions
BOOTS efts SECO S
CLOTHING FOR MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR.
He is also opening at present AN ELEGANT
"QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS" being
his motto, he invites all in want of "THE BEST
GOODS FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE,"
to give him a call, and warrants to give satisfaction
Tunkhaunock Pa. Oct, 18,1865.
To the Ladies !!!
MRS. T. A. MILLER CO.,
HAVE JUST OPENED NEXT DOOR BELOW POST OFFICE,
on WARREN STRIET. anew
MIT .T .IJJERY SHOP.
where can be found the best assortment of Millinery
goods in Wyoming County. Having selected their
goods themselves and exclusively for
and as their stock consists of articles too numerous to
mention, they would invite the ladies to call and
examine for themselves before buying elsewhere;
BONNETS MADE OVER AND RE
PAIRED ON SHORTMOTICE.
Dresses cut, fitted and made, all on the most rea
Tunkhannock, Oct 11th, 18g5.
FALL AND WINTER
returns her sincere thanks to the Ladies of
and Vicinity, and would inform them that she nas
removed to her new Store—first door east \of Wright
k Co's Banking Office, with greater facilities than
heretofore enjoyed- Having just returned from the
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY,
she can and will offer superior inducements to every
customer. Arrangement* have been completed for
FASHIONABLE DRESS AND CLOAK-MAKING
in all its varieties,
DRESS TRIMMINGS, ORNAMENTS,
BUTTONS, BELTS, BUCKLES,
and a full assortment of FANCY GOODS kept con
stantly on hand.
Tunkhannock, Oct, 11 1965.
A LA MODE,
LATEST FROM NEW YORK
MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN
again informing her friends, and the ladies gen
erally that she Las received, and is still receiving
a new and well selected assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Consisting of HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS
FLOSSES, FEATHERS, LACES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all amoks usually
found in a
She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in
her line, before purchasing elsewhere. Mrs 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 latest and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
MRS. A. G.STARK.
Tunk . Oct. 11th 1865
CARRIAGE £& BUGGIES.
The Subscriber, a practical workman of long ex
perience, is now finishing off a large lot of new Car
riages and Buggies, at his Carriage shop
Eqnal, if not superior, in Workmanship. Quality,
of Material, and finish, to those turned out at any
other shop u> tha country. Those wisning to buy
<£tll anb (Bromine Cl)fm.
TRIMMING AND REPAIRING,
Done on short notice and in a workmanlike style.
Tnnkkaaaeek, Aug 24, '65,
HEW JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT.
MR. A. ATTTODDABD,
late of Pittston, a practical workman of extensiv
experience, offers his services to the citize as ol Wy
oming County as a
CLOCK AND WATGH-MAKER. AND REPAIRER.
The highest recommendations as to skill, iu bis
profession, can be found at any time ; and his work
will always show for itself.
SHOP, OPPOSITE WALL'S HOTEL, lN
where he will always be found and prepared to do
the most difficult jobs in his line, and repair the
most valuable Watches and Jewelry in a manner
equal, if not superior to any man in the country.
N B.—Satisfaction given on all jobs, or money
A. A, STODDARD
Sep2o,t. 1865. vsu7tf,
Harness ! Harness ! /
The Subscriber informs the citizens of Wyoming
County that he has opened a
NEW HARNESS SHOP,
In Tunkhannock, at the stand formerly occupied by
T. Hart, where he is prepared to furnish them with
DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS,
COLLARS &c,. &c.,
made of the very best material and in the best
LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES.
PT REPAIRING AND PIECE-WORK done on
notice and in tho most substantial manner.
THE GREAT CAUSE,
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope, Price
A Lecture on the Nature, Toeatment, and
Radical Cure of Seminal Weakness, or Supermator
rhee., induced by Sell-Abuse ; Involuntary Em
missions. Impotency. Nervous Debility, and Imped
iments to Marriage generally ; Consumption, Epil
epsy, and Fits : Mental ana Physical Incapacity,
Ac. By ROBT J. CULVERWELL, M. D., Aithor
of the "'Green Book," Ac.
The world-renowned author, in this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that
the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effec
tually removed without medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies instruments
rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of cura at
once certain and effsctual, by which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition may be, may enre
himsell cheaply, privately, and radically. This
Lecture will prove a bcon to thousands and thous
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, on receipt of six cents, or two poststamps.—
Address the publishers.
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.
1 27 Bowery, New York, Post Office box 4,586
New Clothing Store
ss&ffig Mm SSW3
HATS AND CAPS
B©©TS AN33H ©Eg,
A GREAT VARIETY.
ALL NEW GOODS AND FOR SALE
H. L. HARDING.
NICHOLSON. Pa, 1865
mm HAS FALLEN.
AND SO HAS
O. S. MiUs'
STOVE AND TIN-SHOP
where every thiDg ih the line of hij trade can bo
had at the
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at hi. Shop,tb. l.t
est and most improved Patterns of
with all the FURNITURE and FIXTURES complete.
Roofing & Guttering
in all its branches, attended to on short notice and on
PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONE
O S. MILLS
funkhaanoik. Apr. 12th, 1863 v3-n!3. '
ANEW PLACE TO BUI
Well Made Clothing,
now opening at F, M. BUCK'S Store, under the su
A, Gr. Stark,
Business Coats, Over
Coats, Pants, Vests
direct from a leading MEW YORK CLOTH
ING HOUSE, and will be sold for a ima.'l per
oentage over CITY WHOLESALE PRICES
This assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING
will enable our citizens to select a suit of clothes
at home, and we are determined that there shall no
longer be aDy necessity for sending orders out of
Call and examine the assortment now opening.
A. G. STAKE, Ag't.
The Subscriber having purchased of Mr. C. M
ROOD, the rooms recently occupied by him as
has removed there his stock of Goods, from "Starks
Brick Block" and with various other additions, is
prepared to supply the public with anything in his
line, at a
SMALLER ADVANCE UPON COST
THAN ANY OTHER MAN DARE
His old customers need not oe toia they will be
dealt by fairly, and honorably, while as many new,
as shall see fit to favor hiin with their patronage,
shall have no reason to regiet having aided in sus
taining an institution where goods can always be
bought for their true value, and
NOME BUT GOOD ARTICLED KEPT,
His stock consists in part of a general assortment
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS-
Nuts Fruits and Candies,
Tobacco and Snuff,
AND FRUIT CANS,
BOOTS SHOES, STONE AND
TIN WARE, HATS. CAP, KEROSENE
OIL, AND PI'RE CIDDR VINEGAR,
FARMING UTENSILS, PATENT PAILS. WOOD
EN PAILS, POWDER AND SHOT,
and an endless variety of
Ac. Ac., all of which will be seld for cash, or ex
changed for anything that farmers have to sell,
Tunkhaunock, July 20, 1865.
N B -CASH PAID FOR BITTER. LARD,
EGGS FURS, SKINS, PELTS, Ac.
v4n4B O L.
Mexico ! Mexico !
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Twenty-year Coupon fionds in sunts
of SSO, tf/00, $.500, and $/.000.
INTEREST SEVEN-PER CENT., PAYABLE IN
THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Principal ind Interest Payable in
$J0,000,000 to be Sold at SIXTY
CBXTS on the DOIIAft,
In U. S. Currency, thus yielding an interest of
TWELVE PERCENT. IN GOLD,or SEVENTEEN
PER CENT. IN CURRENCY, at the present rate
of premium on gold.
THE FIRST YEAR'S INTEREST ALREADY
The Moat DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
IMMENSE TRACTS OF MINING AND AGRI
CULTURAL LANDS ; SIXTY PER CENT, of
PORT DUES, IMFO-STS, and TAXES, in the States
of TAMAULIPAb and SAN LUIS POTOSI ; and
the PLIGHTED FAITII of the said States and the
GENERAL GOVERNMENT are ALL PLEDGED
for the redemption of these Bonds and payment of
THE SECURITY 13 AMPLE,
*3O in U. S. Currency will by a 7 per ct. Gold Bond
*6O in U. S. " " " it
*3OO in U. S. " " • it
*6OO in IT. S. " " •
LET EVERT LOVER OF REPUBLICAN INSTITUTIONS BUT
AT LEAST ONE BOND,
Circulars forwarded and subscriptions received by
JOHN W CORLIES A CO., and
J. N. TIFFT, Financial Agent of the Republic
of Mexico, 57 Broadway, N. Y.
Subscriptions also received by Banks and
Bankers generally throughout the United States.
The Cheapest and Best.
OVER 150,000 OF THESE WELL ESTABLISHED
BEWING-MACHINES HAVE BEEN SOLD.
, FOE CIRCULAR, LADIES' ALMANAC, AS.
AGENTB WANT Eli.
Address WHEELER A WILSON
Winy- VirhlM fo.
I 704 Oh'Atntft Street, PhßedelpWi.
i ' i
NON-RETENTION OR INCONTINENCE OF
URINE, IRRITATION, INFLAMATION OR
ULCERATION OF TIIE BLADDER OR KID
NEYS, DISEASES OF THE PROSTATE
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CULUS, GRAVEL OR BRICK DUST DEPOS
IT, AND ALL DISEASES OF THE BLAD
DER, KIDNEYS, AND DROPSICAL SWEL
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Fluid Extract Buchu
In affections peculiar to females, is uncqualed by
any other preparation, as in Chlorosis or Retention,
Irregularities, Painfulness or Suppression of Custom
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Those suffering from Broken-Jown or Dslicate
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may be the attack of the above disease, it is sore to
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